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laevateinn(6)							   Games Manual 						     laevateinn(6)

NAME
laevateinn - bsnes debugger SYNOPSIS
laevateinn In the file selection dialog a folder containing one SNES ROM with the file name program.rom has to be selected. The name of this folder has to end with .sfc. Otherwise laevateinn quits. DESCRIPTION
laevateinn is the bsnes debugger, intended for developers creating or modifying SNES games. The debugger uses the accuracy profile with perfect-sync enabled plus various debugging hooks (so it's even slower than the regular accuracy build.) Gamepad controls (video window must have focus): Up, Down, Left, Right, Z, X, A, S, D, C, Apostrophe, Return -> UDLR BAYXLR Select Start SEE ALSO
bsnes(6) MAN PAGE AUTHOR
Tobias Hansen February 14, 2012 laevateinn(6)

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ICEDOVE(1)							Linux User's Manual							ICEDOVE(1)

NAME
icedove - Mail User Agent (MUA) and newsgroup/RSS client for X11 derived from the Mozilla Thunderbird. SYNOPSIS
icedove [OPTIONS] [URL] /usr/lib/icedove/icedove-bin [OPTIONS] [URL] DESCRIPTION
Icedove provides IMAP/POP support, a built-in RSS reader, support for HTML mail, powerful quick search, saved search folders, advanced mes- sage filtering, junk mail controls, message grouping, labels, return receipts, smart address book, LDAP address completion, import tools and the ability to manage multiple identities in email and newsgroup accounts. Icedove provides enterprise and government grade security such as S/MIME, digital signing, message encryption, and support for certificates and security devices. USAGE
icedove is a simple shell script that will set up the environment for the actual executable, icedove-bin. If there is an Icedove mail client already running, icedove will arrange for it to create a new mail client window; otherwise it will start the Icedove application. OPTIONS
A summary of the options supported by icedove is included below. X11 options --display=DISPLAY X display to use --sync Make X calls synchronous --no-xshm Don't use X shared memory extension --xim-preedit=STYLE --xim-status=STYLE --g-fatal-warnings Make all warnings fatal Mozilla options -h, -help Show summary of options. -v, -version Print Icedove version. -P [profile] Start with profile. When no profile is given, displays the Profile Manager. May require -no-remote, see below. -migration Start with migration wizard. May require -no-remote, see below. -ProfileManager Start with profile manager. May require -no-remote, see below. -no-remote Don't connect to a running Icedove instance. This option can be necessary in conjunction to several of the options above, that won't have any effect when an Icedove instance is running unless -no-remote is used at the same time. -UILocale locale Start with locale resources as User Interface locale. By default, it is guessed from environment and available locales for Icedove. -safe-mode Starts Icedove in safe mode, i.e. disabling all extensions and showing a bit more debugging messages. -jsconsole Start with Javascript Console -addressbook Open the address book at startup. -compose Compose a mail or news message. -mail Open the mail folder view. -mail URL Open the message specified by this URL. -news Open the news client. -setDefaultMail Set Icedove as the default mail client. -options Open the options dialog. -file Open the specified email file Debugger options -g, -debug Starts Icedove through a debugger (gdb by default). --debugger program Use program as a debugger for Icedove. Implies -debug. ENVIRONMENT
MOZILLA_DISABLE_PLUGINS - when set, totally disables loading plugins. FILES
/usr/bin/icedove - shell script wrapping icedove-bin /usr/lib/icedove/icedove-bin - icedove executable BUGS
To report a bug, please visit http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/ and/or report bugs to the Debian Bug Tracking System, as usual. AUTHORS
The Mozilla Organization http://www.mozilla.org/about.html Christoph Gohre February 27, 2010 ICEDOVE(1)
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