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vuxctl

Langue: en

Version: November 4, 2004 (debian - 07/07/09)

Section: 1 (Commandes utilisateur)

NAME

vuxctl - vux ogg/mp3 player control interface

SYNOPSIS

vuxctl [commands]

DESCRIPTION

vuxctl is a control interface to the vux program. It provides greater control than the two signals provided by vux itself. See vux(1) for details.

COMMANDS

Most commands are mutually exclusive with other commands. When given on the same command line, only the last of these commands will be honored. vuxctl with no arguments is equivalent to vuxctl help.
start
Invokes vux -x play in the background if no playing vux exists. This command causes all other commands given on the same line to be ignored.
clean
Removes possibly stale files in the vux directory that would prevent vux from running. Files removed are the vuxctl socket and any lockfiles. By default, these are: .vux/ctl, .vux/vux.pid, .vux/scorelist.lock, .vux/agelist.lock and .vux/countlist.lock.
double
Double the rating multiplier for current song. Mutually exclusive with half.
half
Halve the rating multiplier for current song. Since the rating multiplier is an integer, halving the initial rating multiplier of 1 has no effect. Mutually exclusive with double.
up
Increase the rating of the current song using the current rating increase method. Mutually exclusive with down and number.
down
Decrease the rating of the current song using the current rating decrease method. Mutually exclusive with up and number.
number
Change the rating of the current song to number. Mutually exclusive with up and down.
next
Proceed to next song. This does not effect current rating unless up, down or number is also given. Mutually exclusive with previous, forward and replay.
previous
Proceed to previous song. This does not effect current rating unless up, down or number is also given. If no previous song exists, previous acts as replay. Mutually exclusive with next, forward and replay.
forward
Proceed to next random song, ignoring history. This does not effect current rating unless up, down or number is also given. Mutually exclusive with next, previous and replay.
replay
Replay current song. This does not effect current rating unless up, down or number is also given. Mutually exclusive with next, previous and forward.
pause
Pause or resume running ogg or mp3 player and its child. This will only work as a toggle if ps supports the -o option (ps from procps in Debian does.) Mutually exclusive with resume, stop, reload, save, after and history.
resume
Resume running ogg or mp3 player and its child. Mutually exclusive with pause, stop, reload, save, after and history.
stop
Quit vux. Mutually exclusive with pause, resume, reload, save, after and history.
after
Quit vux after the current playing song is finished. Mutually exclusive with pause, stop, resume, reload, save and history.
reload
Reload scorelist. Mutually exclusive with pause, resume, stop, save, after and history.
save
Save scorelist. Mutually exclusive with pause, resume, stop, reload, after and history.
history
Show previous/next history of songs. As stated above, output is generated by vux. Mutually exclusive with pause, resume, stop, reload, after and save.
help
Show summary of options. As stated above, output is generated by vux. This command causes all other commands given on the same line to be ignored.

DIAGNOSTICS

vuxctl will exit 0 if there are no errors. Otherwise, the following exit codes are used:
1
Command failed.
2
Start command was given, but vux.pid already exists.
3
Command given, but no vux.pid exists.

EXAMPLES

vuxctl next
Proceed to the next song without changing the rating of the current song.
vuxctl up next
Increase the rating of the current song and proceed to the next song.
vuxctl 50
Set the rating of the current song to 50.
vuxctl replay
Replay current song.
vuxctl previous
Proceed to the previous song without changing the rating of the current song.
vuxctl up previous
Increase the rating of the current song and proceed to the previous song.
vuxctl double up next
Increase the rating of the current song by twice the usual amount and proceed to the next song.
vuxctl double down
Decrease the rating of the current song by twice the usual amount but continue playing it.
vuxctl double
Double the rating multiplier, affecting the rating change when the song is skipped or played fully.

BUGS

Use the Debian Bug Tracking System for reporting bugs and making suggestions.

SEE ALSO

vux(1)

FILES

/etc/vuxrc
system configuration file
$HOME/.vux/vuxrc
user configuration file
$HOME/.vux/scorelist
default scorelist
$HOME/.vux/*.bak
default backup file; made before saving
$HOME/.vux/*.lock
default lockfile preventing a file save or load while saving
$HOME/.vux/vux.pid
file containing PID of any vux process using -x play
$HOME/.vux/ctl
vux control socket

AUTHOR

This manual page was written by Brian Nelson <bnelson@bloodclot.net>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).
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