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NAME

       xjremote - CLI remote-control to xjadeo

SYNOPSIS

       xjremote [-fhPquUvV] [-I <mq-queue-id>]

DESCRIPTION

       Xjadeo is a software video player that displays a video-clip in sync with an external time
       source (MTC, LTC, JACK-transport).

       xjremote connects to a instance of Xjadeo and allows a user to tweak the running
       configuration.

       If it can not connect, xjremote will start a new instance of Xjadeo and open a connection
       to it unless the -f is given.

OPTIONS

       -f, --nofork
           disable automatic startup of Xjadeo. Instead xjremote will terminate if it can not
           connect to a running Xjadeo.

       -h, --help
           Prints usage help and exits.

       -I <ipc-id>, --id <ipc-id>
           specify message-queue identifier.

       -P, -P, --noping
           Skip checking for Xjadeo life signs (ping).

       -q, --quiet, --silent
           Suppresses normal output messages.

       -Q
           ignored - xjremote can be used as a drop in replacement for xjadeo -Q.

       -R
           ignored - xjremote can be used as a drop in replacement for xjadeo -R.

       -u, --unlink
           remove existing queues. Unless combined with -f this will launch always a new Xjadeo
           instance after unlinking the queues. Note: active connections are not affected.

       -U, --unlinkonly
           remove existing message queues and exit. If no Xjadeo instance is running this is
           equivalent to -u -f.

       -v, --verbose
           Print additional information.

       -V, --version
           Print version information end exit.

       -W <rpc-id>
           ignored - xjremote can be used as a drop in replacement for xjadeo -W ...

ENVIRONMENT

       If the XJADEO variable is set, xjremote will assume that it holds the path to the Xjadeo
       executable.

NOTE

       Apart from Standard-I/O, Xjadeo can either use POSIX real-time message-queues (MQ) or
       System-V IPC communication. The decision is made when compiling it. Basically GNU/Linux
       uses MQ (but could use IPC as well). OSX only supports IPC and Windows is limited to
       standard-I/O only.

SEE ALSO

       xjadeo(1)

       qjadeo(1)

AUTHORS

       Robin Gareus <robin@gareus.org>
           linuxaudio.org

       Luis Garrido <luisgarrido@users.sourceforge.net>
           luisgarrido.users.sourceforge.net

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright © 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011 Robin Gareus, Luis Garrido