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roardecnet - Hints for DECnet users or RoarAudio
roard -n [OPTIONS...] ... roarclient --server node:: [OPTIONS...] ...
This manpage lists some hints for use of RoarAudio over DECnet.
If DECnet support is compiled in, there is the option '-n' of roard(1). If you set it the daemon will listen via DECnet. You may use the option '-b' to set the object name. Nodenames given via '-b' are ignored. Example: roard -n roard -n -b ::myobject If you use the default object local clients should find there way to the server. For remote clients or if you use a non default object it is needed to give a server address in a form listent below.
The server address for DECnet is in one of the following forms: node::, node::object, ::object, ::. This is the way to specify a DECnet connection to node node's object object. Both may be omitted to use defaults. Default node name is local hosts node name. Examples: mynode:: connect to mynode ::roar connect to local object roar yournode::yourroard connect to yournode's object yourroard :: connect to default object on local node