MAPTRANSFER(1) General Commands Manual MAPTRANSFER(1)NAME
maptransfer - allows easy up- and downloading of Maps for a game server.
maptransfer [<config file>]
Uploading Maps to a Game server can be a tedious process if you want to get the post-upload processing right. MapTransfer tries to automate
this process as much as possible.
This program is the MapTransfer client.
You can give the path to the configuration file as the first command line argument. If omitted, maptransfer.cfg is assumed.
MapTransfer has been written by Michael Ziegler <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
2010 May 05 MAPTRANSFER(1)
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mumble-server-cli - allows calling methods of mumble-server from the shell
mumble-server-cli [options] [<method name>] [<method arguments>]
Each method argument has the form: [<data type: bool|int|float|string>:]value
If you do not specify a data type, string will be assumed, otherwise `value' will be converted to the given type first. The bool conversion
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-s SLICE, --slice=SLICE
path to the slice file. Default is '/usr/share/slice/Murmur.ice'.
-e ENCODING, --encoding=ENCODING
Character set arguments are encoded in. Default: Read from LANG env variable with fallback to UTF-8.
Show verbose messages on stderr
The full documentation for mumble-server-cli is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and mumble-server-cli programs are properly
installed at your site, the command
should give you access to the complete manual.
Mumble-Django and mumble-server-cli have been written by Michael Ziegler <email@example.com>.
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