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       freevial - trivia platform for community events


       freevial [OPTIONS] [--database <PATH>] [--skin <PATH>]


       This  page  briefly  documents  the  freevial  command.  Freevial  is trivia-like game for
       community events (idealy to be played with a projector).


       You may need to specify the path to the questions  database  you  want  to  use  with  the
       --database argument. The database can be either folder or a compressed file.

       Additionally, you can choose a different look using the --skin option to tell it where the
       appearance information it should use is located.


       -d, --debug
              Run Freevial in debug mode (this doesn't change much at all).

       -m, --mute
              Disable music and sounds.

       -f, --fullscreen
              Start in fullscreen mode (it can be windowed ingame with F11).

       -l, --locked
              Start in locked mode (game  can't  be  closed  nor  questions  aborted;  unlock  by
              pressing the l-key in the team selection screen).

       -h, --help
              Prints the help and exists.

       -v, --version
              Prints information about the current version and release series, and exists.

       --info-db, --info-database
              Prints  information about the loaded database and exists. This can be combined with
              the --database option.

              Disables all sounds. You can use --mute to also disable the music.

              Disables the music. You can use --mute to also disable sounds.

       --fps  Displays the framerate on screen.

              Tries to use the psyco  module  in  order  to  accelerate  Freevial.  This  is  not
              recommended, as it will need more memory.


       If you find any bug please report it on:


       Freevial  was written by Carles Oriol <> and Siegfried-Angel Gevatter
       Pujals (RainCT) <>.


       Copyright © 2007-2008 The Freevial Team

       Freevial is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the
       GNU General Public License, either version 3 of the License or any later version.

       Freevial  is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; see
       the GNU General Public License for more details.