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IDJC-RUN(1)		      Internet DJ Console		   IDJC-RUN(1)

       idjc-run	- Launch the idjc main application

       idjc run	[-h] [-d {true,false}] [-p profile_choice] [-j server_name]
		[-S session_details] [--no-jack-connections] [-C]
		[-c c [c ...]] [-V {off,private,public}] [-P p [p ...]]
		[-s s [s ...]] [-x {1,2}]

   General options
       -h, --help
	      Show a help message.

       -d, --dialog={true,false}
	      Whether to show the profile chooser dialog.

       -p, --profile=PROFILE
	      Which  profile  to run. Any profile other	than default must cur-
	      rently exist.

       -j, --jackserver=SERVER
	      The named	jack server to use.

       -S, --session=SESSIONINFO
	      See the session support section below for	more details.

	      A	possibly useful	option if you are using	some kind  of  session
	      manager.	On  startup  idjc will not attempt to make any connec-
	      tions itself.

	      No JACK ports will be connected except those listed in the  ses-
	      sion  file. Naturally that means if the session file doesn't ex-
	      ist no connections will be made.

   User	interface options
       -c, --channels=CHANNELS
	      Open the specified channels of a space separated list.

       -V, --voip=MODE
	      Select the specified VoIP	mode.

       -P, --players=PLAYERS
	      Start the	specified players of a space separated list. Valid op-
	      tions are	numeric.

       -s, --servers=SERVERS
	      Start the	specified servers of a space separated list. Valid op-
	      tions are	numeric.

       -x, --crossfader={1,2}
	      Position the crossfader.

       If the ~/.jackdrc file is not present unless otherwise configured  with
       a tool like ladiconf or QjackCtl	idjc will start	but will be configured
       with a sample rate of 48000 which is suboptimal for streaming CD	audio.
       It is recommended to create such	a file by this method within a console
       or use the aforementioned tools which may require installation.

       $ echo "/usr/bin/jackd -d alsa -r 44100 -p 2048"	> ~/.jackdrc

       If you prefer to	start the JACK sound server manually  you  can	do  so
       like this.

       $ jackd -d alsa -r 44100	-p 2048

       Refer to	jackd(1) for further details.

       idjc has	native language	support	and takes account of the LANG and LAN-
       GUAGE environment variables.

       idjc supports Ladish [L0] and [L1] session modes. On the	 command  line
       you  could  specify  --session=L1, --session=L1:session-name, or	--ses-
       sion=L1:session-name:/path/to/savedir. If a save	path is	supplied  IDJC
       operates	 in  session  rather  than  profile mode.  The default mode is
       L0:default which	does periodic saving and also saves at exit.  You  may
       specify an alternate name or a session pathname for L0 mode also.

       When  using  L1	mode  in Gladish if you	choose "Studio/Save Studio" or
       "Project/Save Project" from the main menu idjc will save	the JACK  con-
       nection configuration in	the session file.

       Send your bug reports, feature requests,	general	comments, patches etc.
       to <>

       You will	need to	make an	account	in order to post.

       Report translation bugs to the appropriate translator whose details can
       be found	in the 'Help/About' section of the idjc	main menu.


       idjc(1),	idjc-new(1), idjc-rm(1)

       idjc-ls(1), idjc-auto(1), idjc-noauto(1)


idjc-0.8.16			  2012-02-06			   IDJC-RUN(1)


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