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para_audioc

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NAME

para_audioc - communicate with para_audiod through a local socket

SYNOPSIS

para_audioc [--help] [--detailed-help] [--version] [--loglevel=<severity>] [--complete] [--history-file=<filename>] [--socket=<path>] [--bufsize=<bytes>] [--] [command [options]]

DESCRIPTION

The client program to control para_audiod at runtime. It can enable/disable streaming, receive status info, or grab the audio stream at any point of the decoding process.

If no command is given, para_audioc enters interactive mode.

OPTIONS

Common options
The following options are implemented generically and are available for many of the commands.
-h
, --help

print help and exit

--detailed-help

print help, including all details, and exit

-V, --version

print version and exit

-l, --loglevel=<severity>

control amount of logging

values: debug, info, notice, warning, error, crit, emerg

Log only messages with severity greater or equal than the given value. Possible values:

debug: Produces really noisy output. info: Still noisy, but won’t fill up the disk quickly. notice: Indicates normal, but significant event. warning: Unexpected events that can be handled. error: Unhandled error condition. crit: System might be unreliable. emerg: Last message before exit.

--complete

print possible command line completions

If this flag is given, the environment variables COMP_LINE and COMP_POINT are examined to obtain the current command line and the cursor position respectively. Possible completions are written to stdout and the program exits.

--history-file=<filename>

location of the file for the command history list

If para_audioc runs in interactive mode, it reads the history file on startup. Upon exit, the in-memory history is appended to the history file.

If this option is not given, the history file is expected at ~/.paraslash/audioc.history.

Options for para_audioc
-s
, --socket=<path>

path to well-known socket

The default path of the socket is /var/paraslash/audiod.socket.$HOSTNAME.

-b, --bufsize=<bytes>

size of internal buffer

default: 8192

COPYRIGHT

Written by Andre Noll
Copyright (C) 2019 Andre Noll
License: GNU GPL version 2
This is free software: you are free to change and redistribute it.
There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.
Report bugs to Andre Noll