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NAME

       kcemu-remote - A remote controller for the KC 85/4 Emulator

SYNOPSIS

       kcemu-remote command [param1=value1] [param2=value2] ...

DESCRIPTION

       This manual page documents briefly the kcemu-remote command.  This manual page was written
       for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution because the original program does not have a  manual
       page.

       kcemu-remote  can control an already running KCemu by sending commands.  The communication
       is done via the X Window System and is network transparent as long as the X Window Display
       can be accessed.

EXAMPLE COMMANDS

       emu-reset
              Reset the emulator.

       emu-power-on
              Power-On Reset the emulator.

       emu-quit
              Exit the emulator.

       kc-image-load filename=/absolute/path/to/imagefile
              Load  a  program  into the emulator (if the given file is not found a filerequester
              will pop up).

       kc-image-run filename=/absolute/path/to/imagefile
              Just like kc-image-load but tries to start the program after it is loaded.

       floppy-attach filename=/absolute/path/to/diskimage
              The only way to change disk images for now (the user interface  is  not  functional
              ;-)).

       keyboard-replay test=text_to_insert
              Send the text to the emulator.

BUGS

       There  is  no error handling and it's not possible to specify an emulator instance if more
       than one emulator is running.

SEE ALSO

       kcemu(1x), kctape(1), kc2tap(1), kc2wav(1), kc2img(1), kc2raw(1)

AUTHOR

       This manual page was  written  by  Torsten  Paul  <Torsten.Paul@gmx.de>,  for  the  Debian
       GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).

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