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Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers Generating line number Post 302212984 by zaxxon on Wednesday 9th of July 2008 01:44:58 AM
Post a snippet of the input and desired output. My telephatic powers are a still a bit down that early in the morning without a cup of coffee Smilie
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MOVIXMAKER-2(1) 					User Contributed Perl Documentation					   MOVIXMAKER-2(1)

MoviXMaker-2 - Easily create customized eMoviX/MoviX/MoviX2 disc images SYNOPSIS
movixmaker-2[.pl] [--version|--help] [--verbose] [--debug] [--nogui] [--nodelete] [--boot-help-lang=Language] [--menu-lang=Language] [--subtitleFonts=FontSet] [--tv-region=Region] [--remote=RemoteControl] [--keyboard=KbLayout] [--movix=MovixSrcDir] [-o=OutputFile] [-t=TempDir] [-b=BootLabel] [--loop=NbrOfLoops] [--random] [--nodma] [--eject] [--reboot] [--shut] [--extra-genisoimage-options="opt1 opt2 ..."] [--extra-mplayer-options="opt1 opt2 ..."] [--unwanted-mplayer-options="opt1 opt2 ..."] DESCRIPTION
MoviXMaker is a simple Perl command line utility or a GTK+-2/Gnome2/GladeXML interface to create customized eMoviX/MoviX/MoviX2 ISO files. It includes disk image customization possibilities such as : - boot help language, subtitle fontset, boot label selection. - you can specify [e]MoviX[2] parameters such as : movix/mplayer menu language (language), keyboard layout (kb), tv region (region), remote control (remote), loop, random, shutdown (shut), reboot, eject, dma, extra_mplayer_options and unwanted_mplayer_options. OPTIONS
All options that may be abbreviated to uniqueness can use a single dash. --version Displays MoviXMaker-2's version and exits. --help Display help messages [similar to this help] then exits. --verbose Verbose genisoimage output. --debug Debug mode (kind of movixmaker-2 verbose). --nogui Do not display the graphical interface. --nodelete Don't delete temporary directory. --boot-help-lang=Language Specify the language of the CD boot help messages. --menu-lang=Language Specify the MoviX/MPlayer menu language. --tv-region=Region Specify the tv region among: ntsc, ntsc-j, pal, pal-60, pal-nc, pal-m, pal-m60, pal-x, secam. --remote=Remote Specify the remote control among: hauppauge, haupserial, hauppauge2, logitech, pctv, abit, realmagic, grundig_tp720, kingman_code_026. --subtitleFonts=FontSet Specify which font set will be included in iso image. -k KbLayout, --keyboard=KbLayout Specify the keyboard layout to use. -m MovixSrcDir, --movixDir=MovixSrcDir Location of the *MoviX* directory. -o OutputFile, --output-file=OutputFile Name [with full path!] of the output iso image. -t TempDir, --tmpDir=TempDir Directory that will contain the temporary files. -b BootLabel, --boot-label=BootLabel Make *MoviX* boot with your favorite label (new default boot label). --loop=NbrOfLoops Don't delete temporary directory. --random Don't delete temporary directory. --nodma Make *MoviX* run with DMA turned off (fixes old-HDs issues). --eject Make *MoviX* eject the CD once it finished playing. --reboot Make *MoviX* reboot the PC once it finished playing. --shut Make *MoviX* poweroff the PC once it finished playing. --extra-genisoimage-options="opt1 opt2 ..." Extra options for genisoimage. --extra-mplayer-options="opt1 opt2 ..." Extra options for MPlayer. --unwanted-mplayer-options="opt1 opt2 ..." Options you want to be sure MPlayer will not use. AUTHOR
Pascal Giard, <evilynux@yahoo.com> COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2003, 2004 Pascal Giard <evilynux@yahoo.com> This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MER- CHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA. SEE ALSO
Gnome2(3), Gtk2(3), Getopt::Long(3), Config::IniFiles(3) perl v5.8.8 2007-09-02 MOVIXMAKER-2(1)

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