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Command-line Options

The general usage of the command line options is:

parole [OPTION...] [FILES...]

Here is a summary of all the options, grouped by type. Explanations are in the following sections.

Help Options
-h, --help; --help-all; --help-gst; --help-gtk
Application Options
-i, --new-instance; -n, --no-plugins; -d, --device; --xv; -E, --embedded; -F, --fullscreen; -p, --play; -N, --next; -P, --previous; -r, --volume-up; -l, --volume-down; -m, --mute; -u, --unmute; -a, --add; -V, --version; --display=DISPLAY

Help Options

-h, --help
List the various command line options supported by Parole and exit
--help-all
List all command line options supported by Parole and exit
--help-gst
List all GStreamer multimedia framework options supported by Parole and exit
--help-gtk
List all GTK+ platform options supported by Parole and exit

Application Options

-i, --new-instance
Opens a new instance of Parole
-n, --no-plugins
Starts Parole without loading its plugins
-d, --device
Sets the Audio-CD/VCD/DVD device path
--xv
Enables/Disables the X video extension for the X Window System (true or false, default=true)
-E, --embedded
Starts Parole in embedded mode
-F, --fullscreen
Starts Parole in fullscreen mode
-p, --play
Plays, or pauses Parole if already playing
-N, --next
Plays the next track
-P, –previous
Plays the previous track
-r, --volume-up
Raises the volume of Parole's output audio
-l, --volume-down
Lowers the volume of Parole's output audio
-m, --mute
Mutes the volume of Parole's output audio
-u, --unmute
Unmutes (restores) the volume of Parole's output audio
-a, --add
Add files to Parole's playlist
-V, --version
Prints Parole's version information and exit
--display=DISPLAY
Default X display to use

GStreamer Options

--gst-version
Prints the GStreamer Core Library version and exit
--gst-fatal-warnings
Make all warnings fatal
--gst-debug-help
Prints the available debug categories and exit
--gst-debug-level=LEVEL
Default debug level from 1 (only error) to 5 (anything) or 0 for no output
--gst-debug=LIST
Comma-separated list of category_name:level pairs to set specific levels for the individual categories. Example:
GST_AUTOPLUG:5,GST_ELEMENT_*:3
--gst-debug-no-color
Disables colored debugging output
--gst-debug-color-mode
Changes coloring mode of the debug log. Possible modes: off, on, disable, auto, unix
--gst-debug-disable
Disables debugging
--gst-plugin-spew
Enables verbose plugin loading diagnostics
--gst-plugin-path=PATHS
Colon-separated paths containing plugins
--gst-plugin-load=PLUGINS
Comma-separated list of plugins to preload in addition to the list stored in environment variable GST_PLUGIN_PATH
--gst-disable-segtrap
Disables trapping of segmentation faults during plugin loading
--gst-disable-registry-update
Disables updating the registry
--gst-disable-registry-fork
Disables spawning a helper process while scanning the registry

GTK+ Options

--class=CLASS
Program class as used by the window manager
--name=NAME
Program name as used by the window manager
--gdk-debug=FLAGS
GDK debugging flags to set
--gdk-no-debug=FLAGS
GDK debugging flags to unset
--gtk-module=MODULES
Loads additional GTK+ modules
--g-fatal-warnings
Make all warnings fatal
--gtk-debug=FLAGS
GTK+ debugging flags to set
--gtk-no-debug=FLAGS
GTK+ debugging flags to unset
apps/parole/command-line.txt · Last modified: 2013/11/02 14:43 by ochosi