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twitux

Langue: en

Version: 258088 (debian - 07/07/09)

Section: 1 (Commandes utilisateur)

NAME

GNOME - A twitter client for GNOME

SYNOPSIS

twitux [OPTION...]

DESCRIPTION

twitux is a GNOME client for the twitter network. You normally need to invoke no options when running it.

Since twitux uses the GNOME keyring to store you username and password, you need to make sure gnome-keyring-daemon is running in your session before twitux tries to connect to the network. In a regulal GNOME session this will happen automatically, and it's only a concern if you want to run twitux with a different desktop environment.

--load-modules=MODULE1,MODULE2,...
Dynamic modules to load

Help options

-?, --help
Show this help message
--usage
Display brief usage message

GTK+

--gdk-debug=FLAGS
Gdk debugging flags to set
--gdk-no-debug=FLAGS
Gdk debugging flags to unset
--display=DISPLAY
X display to use
--screen=SCREEN
X screen to use
--sync
Make X calls synchronous
--name=NAME
Program name as used by the window manager
--class=CLASS
Program class as used by the window manager
--gtk-debug=FLAGS
Gtk+ debugging flags to set
--gtk-no-debug=FLAGS
Gtk+ debugging flags to unset
--g-fatal-warnings
Make all warnings fatal
--gtk-module=MODULE
Load an additional Gtk module

Bonobo activation Support

--oaf-ior-fd=FD
File descriptor to print IOR on
--oaf-activate-iid=IID
IID to activate
--oaf-private
Prevent registering of server with OAF

GNOME Library

--disable-sound
Disable sound server usage
--enable-sound
Enable sound server usage
--espeaker=HOSTNAME:PORT
Host:port on which the sound server to use is running
--version
2.20.1.1

Session management

--sm-client-id=ID
Specify session management ID
--sm-config-prefix=PREFIX
Specify prefix of saved configuration
--sm-disable
Disable connection to session manager

GNOME GUI Library

--disable-crash-dialog
Disable Crash Dialog

AUTHOR

This manpage was automatically generated from twitux's help output.
De l'atome au noyau, du noyau aux particules, la physique de ce siècle a
effectué une abrupte plongée vers l'infiniment petit. Ses instruments
ont, eux, connu la progression inverse : de plutôt petits, ils sont
devenus géants. C'est au cours des années trente que de nouveaux moyens
techniques ont fait éclater les murs des laboratoires de physiques.
-+- Jeffrey Hughes -+-