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       concordance - for programming your Logitech Harmony remote control



       For automatic mode:
              concordance <file>

       For manual mode:
              concordance <options>


       This  software  supports programming Logitech Harmony remote controls.  This software uses
       libconcord, which in turn uses libusb, which requires the RAWIO capability. That means you
       probably need root to use it.

       This  software  can  be  run  in  one  of  two modes. If you run it in automatic mode, the
       software will analyze the file to determine what sort of file it is and what  to  do  with
       it.  In  some  cases,  concordance  may  not  be  able to deteremine the filetype; if this
       happens, you should use manual mode.

       In manual mode, you specify what you want to do. For any command-line option that requires
       updating  the remote, a filename is required. In manual mode, you must first choose a mode
       (and only one):


       -c, --dump-config [<filename>]
              Read the config from the remote and  write  it  to  a  file.   If  no  filename  is
              specified, config.EZHex is used.

       -C, --write-config <filename>
              Read a config from <filename> and write it to the remote.

       -f, --dump-firmware [<filename>]
              Read  firmware from the remote and write it to a file.  If no filename is specified
              firmware.EZUp is used.

       -F, --write-firmware <filename>
              Read firmware from <filename> and write it to the remote

       -h, --help
              Print this help message and exit.

       -i, --print-remote-info
              Print information about the remote. Additional information will be printed if -v is
              also used.

       -k, --get-time
              Get time from the remote

       -K, --set-time
              Set the time on the remote

       -l, --learn-ir <filename>
              Learn  IR  commands  from other remotes. Use <filename>. When you selected multiple
              commands to learn on the Logitech website, you can move through this  command  list
              and let the Harmony learn the IR code for each command.

       -r, --reset
              Reset (power-cycle) the remote control

       -s, --dump-safemode [<filename>]
              Read  the safemode firmware from the remote and write it to a file.  If no filename
              is specified, safe.bin is used.

       -t, --connectivity-test <filename>
              Do a connectivity test using <filename>

       -V, --version
              Print the version and exit

       NOTE: If using the short options (e.g. -c), then *optional* arguments  must  be  adjacent:
       -c/path/to/file.  Required  arguments  don't have this limitation, and can be specified -C
       /path/to/file or -C/path/to/file.

       Additionally, you can specify options to adjust the behavior of the software:


       -b, --binary-only
              When dumping a config or firmware, this specifies to dump only the binary  portion.
              When  use  without a specific filename, the default filename's extension is changed
              to .bin. When writing a config or firmware, this specifies the filename  passed  in
              has just the binary blob, not the XML.

              Force.  This  forces  concordance to use the file the way you specified, even if it
              doesn't think that's the kind of file it is. This is necessary for files dumped  by

       -R, --no-reset
              For  config  or  firmware  updates,  do  not  reboot  the device when done. This is
              generally only for debugging.

       -v, --verbose
              Enable verbose output.

       -w, --no-web
              Do not attempt to talk to the website. This is useful for re-programming the remote
              from a saved file, or for debugging.

       BUGS   None known at time of release, but check the website.


       Please file all bug reports in the bugs section of our SourceForge Project page.


       This software is not supported, affiliated, or controlled by Logitech in any way.


       concordance was written by Kevin Timmerman and Phil Dibowitz