Provided by: goban-ss_1.1-2_amd64
goban - Goban screensaver
This manual page documents briefly the goban command. goban is a screensaver program that replays historical games of go (aka wei-chi and baduk) on the screen.
-version, --version Print version information -[no]stealth Stealth mode -display Display to use -[no]color Use color if possible -[no]hiContrast Use high-contrast graphics instead of rendered -adfile Set resource file name -name Name used to look up X resources -fontHeight Size (in pixels) of font (default = 12) -window-id X window id to draw in -root Draw on the root window -stonetime Milliseconds between stones in screensaver (default = 2000) -gametime Milliseconds between games in screensaver (default = 10000) -acceleration Rate of acceleration of stonetime 0=slow 100=fast (default = 50) -game-dir Directory to find games to play -minstonetime Minimum stonetime (limit on acceleration) in screensaver (default = 100) -arena.games Number of games to play in arena test -arena.prog1 Program 1 for arena testing -arena.prog2 Program 2 for arena testing -arena.size Size to use in arena testing -arena.komi Komi for arena testing -arena.handicap Handicap for arena testing -edit Edit SGF file -nngs Connect to NNGS -igs Connect to IGS -screensaver Run as a screensaver -help, --help Show help message
xscreensaver(1) See the README for info about arena mode.
goban was written by Scott Draves <email@example.com>. This manual page was written by Al Nikolov <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the Debian project (and may be used by others). The Debian package is dedicated to the Saint-Petersburg Go Federation and personally to Maxim Podolyak, it's President. November 4, 2010 GOBAN(1)