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XMMS2-MDNS-AVAHI(1)					      General Commands Manual					       XMMS2-MDNS-AVAHI(1)

NAME
xmms2-mdns-avahi - announces XMMS2 via mDNS SYNOPSIS
xmms2-mdns-avahi DESCRIPTION
XMMS2 is a redesign of the XMMS (http://xmms2.org) music player. It features a client-server model, allowing multiple (even simultaneous!) user interfaces, both textual and graphical. All common audio formats are supported using plugins. On top of this, there is a flexible media library to organize your music. xmms2-mdns-avahi is the Avahi mDNS announcing client for XMMS2. xmms2-mdns-avahi is designed to announce the presence of an accessible XMMS2 TCP socket if one is available. xmms2-mdns-avahi offers a _xmms2._tcp service if, and only if, the XMMS_PATH_FULL enviornmental variable contains a TCP socket. This allows clients that support mDNS discovery to easily locate and connect to this xmms2d(1) instance. ENVIRONMENTAL VARIABLES
XMMS_PATH_FULL A complete list of URL paths separated by ';' pointed to the xmms2d(1). See IPC SOCKET in xmms2d(1) for details of possible values for this variable SEE ALSO
xmms2(1), xmms2d(1), http://xmms2.org HISTORY
The XMMS2 Project was started by Tobias Rundstrom and Anders Gustafsson. It is developed with their lead by a small group of contributers from all over the world. AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Alexander Botero-Lowry <alex@foxybanana.com> XMMS2-MDNS-AVAHI(1)

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XMMS2-LAUNCHER(1)					      General Commands Manual						 XMMS2-LAUNCHER(1)

NAME
xmms2-launcher - XMMS2 daemon launcher SYNOPSIS
xmms2-launcher [-l file] [-P file] [-v] [--] [XMMS2D_OPTION] ... xmms2-launcher -h DESCRIPTION
XMMS2 is a redesign of the XMMS (http://legacy.xmms2.org) music player. It features a client-server model, allowing multiple (even simulta- neous!) user interfaces, both textual and graphical. All common audio formats are supported using plugins. On top of this, there is a flex- ible media library to organise your music. xmms2-launcher starts xmms2d(1) in the background. The main feature is that it does not exit until the IPC system of XMMS2 is available, meaning that as soon as the xmms2-launcher process has exited successfully xmms2d(1) is ready to accept commands. OPTIONS
Unrecognized options and options occuring beyond pseudo-option -- are passed to xmms2d(1). -l file, --logfile=file Write log to file instead of the default log file location. -P file, --pidfile=file Write the pid of xmms2d(1) to file. -v, --verbose Make xmms2-launcher verbose. -?, -h, --help Show short help information and exit. -- Options beyond this marker are passed to xmms2d(1). XMMS2D_OPTION See xmms2d(1) for a list of options and their effect. FILES
Below CACHEDIR is $XDG_CACHE_HOME/xmms2 on UNIX if the XDG_CACHE_HOME-environment variable is set. Otherwise it is $HOME/.cache/xmms2 (UNIX except Darwin), or $HOME/Library/xmms2/logs (Darwin). CACHEDIR/xmms2d.log The default location for storing log output of xmms2d(1). ENVIRONMENT
XDG_CACHE_HOME The location where the XMMS2 logs are located by default. SEE ALSO
xmms2d(1), http://xmms2.org/. HISTORY
The XMMS2 Project was started by Tobias Rundstrom and Anders Waldenborg. It is developed by a small group of contributers from all over the world. AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Alexander Botero-Lowry <alex@foxybanana.com>. It was reformatted by Erik Massop <e.massop@hccnet.nl>. XMMS2-LAUNCHER(1)
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