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       knetwalk - A game for system administrators


       knetwalk [Qt-options] [KDE-options] [options]


       KNetwalk  presents  the  player  with  a  rectangular grid containing a
       server, several clients, and pieces of wire.  The object of the game is
       to rotate these elements until every client is connected to the server,
       and no wires are left unconnected.  Optionally, you can try  to  get  a
       high score by minimizing the number of rotations needed.

       Left  clicking  on  a  square  rotates it counterclockwise, while right
       clicking rotates it clockwise.  Middle clicking on a square  marks  the
       square  with a blue background and prevents you from rotating it unless
       you middle click again to unmark  it;  this  can  be  very  useful  for
       marking squares which you know are in the correct orientation.


       --help Show help about options.

              Show Qt specific options.

              Show KDE specific options.

              Show all options.

              Show author information.

       -v, --version
              Show version information.

              Show license information.

       --     End of options.


       --display <displayname>
              Use the X-server display ‘displayname’.

       --session <sessionId>
              Restore the application for the given ‘sessionId’.

       --cmap Causes  the  application  to  install  a private color map on an
              8-bit display.

       --ncols <count>
              Limits the number of colors allocated in the color  cube  on  an
              8-bit    display,    if    the    application   is   using   the
              QApplication::ManyColor color specification.

              Tells Qt to never grab the mouse or the keyboard.

              Running under a debugger can  cause  an  implicit  -nograb,  use
              -dograb to override.

       --sync Switches to synchronous mode for debugging.

       --fn, --font <fontname>
              Defines the application font.

       --bg, --background <color>
              Sets  the  default  background  color and an application palette
              (light and dark shades are calculated).

       --fg, --foreground <color>
              Sets the default foreground color.

       --btn, --button <color>
              Sets the default button color.

       --name <name>
              Sets the application name.

       --title <title>
              Sets the application title (caption).

       --visual TrueColor
              Forces the application to use a TrueColor  visual  on  an  8-bit

       --inputstyle <inputstyle>
              Sets  XIM  (X  Input  Method)  input  style. Possible values are
              onthespot, overthespot, offthespot and root.

       --im <XIM server>
              Set XIM server.

              Disable XIM.


       --caption <caption>
              Use ‘caption’ as name in the titlebar.

       --icon <icon>
              Use ‘icon’ as the application icon.

       --miniicon <icon>
              Use ‘icon’ as the icon in the titlebar.

       --dcopserver <server>
              Use the DCOP Server specified by ‘server’.

              Disable crash handler, to get core dumps.

              Waits for a WM_NET compatible windowmanager.

       --style <style>
              Sets the application GUI style.

       --geometry <geometry>
              Sets the client geometry of the main widget.


              Start in novice mode.  In this mode, you get a 5x5 grid.

              Start in normal mode.  In this mode, you get a 7x7 grid.

              Start in expert mode.  In this mode, you get a 9x9 grid.

              Start in master mode.  In this mode, you get a 9x9 grid laid out
              on a torus, so that a wire leading off one edge can connect to a
              wire on the opposite edge.