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       st - simple terminal


       st  [-aiv]  [-c class] [-f font] [-g geometry] [-n name] [-o iofile] [-T title] [-t title]
       [-l line] [-w windowid] [[-e] command [arguments...]]

       st [-aiv] [-c class] [-f font] [-g geometry] [-n name] [-o iofile] [-T title]  [-t  title]
       [-w windowid] -l line [stty_args...]


       st is a simple terminal emulator.


       -a     disable alternate screens in terminal

       -c class
              defines the window class (default $TERM).

       -f font
              defines the font to use when st is run.

       -g geometry
              defines       the       X11       geometry      string.       The      form      is
              [=][<cols>{xX}<rows>][{+-}<xoffset>{+-}<yoffset>].   See   XParseGeometry(3)    for
              further details.

       -i     will fixate the position given with the -g option.

       -n name
              defines the window instance name (default $TERM).

       -o iofile
              writes all the I/O to iofile.  This feature is useful when recording st sessions. A
              value of "-" means standard output.

       -T title
              defines the window title (default 'st').

       -t title
              defines the window title (default 'st').

       -w windowid
              embeds st within the window identified by windowid

       -l line
              use a tty line instead of a pseudo terminal.   line  should  be  a  (pseudo-)serial
              device  (e.g.  /dev/ttyS0  on  Linux  for  serial port 0).  When this flag is given
              remaining arguments are used as flags for stty(1).  By default st  initializes  the
              serial  line  to  8 bits, no parity, 1 stop bit and a 38400 baud rate. The speed is
              set by appending it as last argument (e.g. 'st -l  /dev/ttyS0  115200').  Arguments
              before the last one are stty(1) flags. If you want to set odd parity on 115200 baud
              use for example 'st -l /dev/ttyS0 parenb parodd 115200'. Set the number of bits  by
              using for example 'st -l /dev/ttyS0 cs7 115200'. See stty(1) for more arguments and

       -v     prints version information to stderr, then exits.

       -e command [ arguments ... ]
              st executes command instead of the shell.  If this is used  it  must  be  the  last
              option  on  the command line, as in xterm / rxvt.  This option is only intended for
              compatibility, and all the remaining arguments are used as a command  even  without


       Break  Send a break in the serial line.  Break key is obtained in PC keyboards pressing at
              the same time control and pause.

       Ctrl-Print Screen
              Toggle if st should print to the iofile.

       Shift-Print Screen
              Print the full screen to the iofile.

       Print Screen
              Print the selection to the iofile.

       Ctrl-Shift-Page Up
              Increase font size.

       Ctrl-Shift-Page Down
              Decrease font size.

              Reset to default font size.

              Paste from primary selection (middle mouse button).

              Copy the selected text to the clipboard selection.

              Paste from the clipboard selection.


       st can be customized by creating a custom config.h and (re)compiling the source code. This
       keeps it fast, secure and simple.


       See the LICENSE file for the authors.


       See the LICENSE file for the terms of redistribution.


       tabbed(1), utmp(1), stty(1), scroll(1)


       See the TODO file in the distribution.

                                             st-0.8.5                                       ST(1)