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NAME

       pulseaudio - manual page for pulseaudio 0.9.5

DESCRIPTION

       pulseaudio [options]

   COMMANDS:
       -h, --help
              Show this help

       --version
              Show version

       --dump-conf
              Dump default configuration

       --dump-modules
              Dump list of available modules

       -k  --kill
              Kill a running daemon

       --check
              Check for a running daemon

   OPTIONS:
       --system[=BOOL]
              Run as system-wide instance

       -D, --daemonize[=BOOL]
              Daemonize after startup

       --fail[=BOOL]
              Quit when startup fails

       --high-priority[=BOOL]
              Try to set high process priority (only available as root)

       --disallow-module-loading[=BOOL]
              Disallow module loading after startup

       --exit-idle-time=SECS
              Terminate the daemon when idle and this time passed

       --module-idle-time=SECS
              Unload autoloaded modules when idle and this time passed

       --scache-idle-time=SECS
              Unload autoloaded samples when idle and this time passed

       --log-level[=LEVEL]
              Increase or set verbosity level

       -v     Increase the verbosity level

       --log-target={auto,syslog,stderr} Specify the log target

       -p, --dl-search-path=PATH
              Set the search path for dynamic shared objects (plugins)

       --resample-method=[METHOD]
              Use     the     specified     resampling    method    (one    of
              src-sinc-medium-quality,  src-sinc-best-quality,src-sinc-fastest
              src-zero-order-hold,src-linear,trivial)

       --use-pid-file[=BOOL]
              Create a PID file

       --no-cpu-limit[=BOOL]
              Do not install CPU load limiter on platforms that support it.

       --disable-shm[=BOOL]
              Disable shared memory support.

   STARTUP SCRIPT:
       -L, --load="MODULE ARGUMENTS"
              Load the specified plugin module with the specified argument

       -F, --file=FILENAME
              Run the specified script

       -C     Open a command line on the running TTY after startup

       -n     Don’t load default script file