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NAME
       graveman	- graphical frontend to	create or copy CDs and DVDs.

SYNOPSIS
       graveman	[ options ]

DESCRIPTION
       graveman!  is  a	GUI frontend for cdrtools (cdrecord, readcd, mkisofs),
       dvd+rw-tools, sox and flac.  It allows you to burn audio	CDs (from WAV,
       Ogg,  MP3  or Flac files) and data CDs /	DVDs, and allows you to	dupli-
       cate CDs.  You can also import M3U and PTS playlists.

OPTIONS
       Command line options will overwrite parameters stored in	 configuration
       files.

       -c, --config <file1[:file2:...]>
	      To  define  the  preference-ordered  set	of extra configuration
	      files to use in priority.	Configuration files  should  be	 sepa-
	      rated with a colon ':'.

       -D, --data <directory1[:directory2:...]>
	      To  define  the preference-ordered set of	extra data directories
	      to use in	priority. Graveman will	load data  likes  themes  from
	      those  directories. Directories should be	separated with a colon
	      ':'.

       -t, --theme <theme1[:theme2:...]>
	      To define	the preference-ordered set of  themes  to  use.	 First
	      valid  theme  will  be  used.  Themes should be separated	with a
	      colon ':'.

       -s, --scan_drives
	      With this	option graveman	always perform drive autodetection  on
	      startup.

       -v, --version
	      Print version informations and exit.

       -V     Print compilation	information and	exit.

BUGS
       Please  report  any  bugs  to http://graveman.tuxfamily.org/bugs-e.php.
       It's often better to attach your	graveman.conf configuration file  with
       bug  report.   You  can	also compile graveman in debug mode and	attach
       graveman	output.

FILES
       graveman	configuration file:

       XDG_CONFIG_HOME/graveman/graveman.conf
       HOME/graveman/graveman.conf
       XDG_CONFIG_DIRS/graveman/graveman.conf

       XDG_CONFIG_HOME,	HOME and XDG_CONFIG_DIRS are  environments  variables.
       First existing file will	be used.

       graveman	data directory:

       XDG_DATA_HOME/graveman/
       HOME/.local/share/graveman/
       XDG_DATA_DIRS/graveman/

       XDF_DATA_HOME, HOME et XDG_DATA_DIRS are	environments variables.	 First
       existing	directory will be used.

SEE ALSO
       cdrecord(1), mkisofs(1),	growisofs(1m), cdrdao(1), readcd(1),  flac(1),
       sox(1)

VERSION
       This document was last revised for graveman! version 0.3.10.

AUTHOR
       Copyright (C) 2005 Sylvain Cresto - scresto _at_	gmail.com - Main coder
       Please	  download     the     latest	  graveman!	versions    on
       http://www.nongnu.org/graveman.

CONTRIBUTORS
       yeKcim -	yeknan _at_ yahoo.fr - Graveman	logo
       Peggy Kutyla - peggy.kutyla _at_	laposte.net - Some icons
       Olivier Rolland - olivier.rolland  _at_	gmail.com  -  Original	"graft
       points" patch
       Wouter  van  der	 Rijst	-  wouter.van.der.rijst	_at_ zonnet.nl - Dutch
       translation, packages, many things
       Please read THANKS file for others contributors.

0.3.10				 02 April 2005			   graveman(1)

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