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31. audiosend


audiosend [email@address]

Send an audio recording as an email from a properly equipped workstation (Sun and Sony, with microphones). After prompting for address, subject, and Cc: fields, the program asks the user to record a message, then allows him to re-record, send, or cancel. audiosend is one of the metamail tools for processing nontext MIME mail messages.


32. aumix


aumix [options]

Audio mixer tool. Run without any options or arguments for an ncurses-based interactive mode.

Options

The first set of options sets the volume level of a channel to a percentage of the maximum. Each channel is represented by a single letter or number: v for overall volume, b for bass, t for treble, s for synthesizer, w for PCM channels, c for CD, m for microphone, i for line in, o for line out, l for the main line, x for imix, and 1, 2, or 3 for lines 1, 2, and 3. Passing q as an argument to any of those flags displays their current status. Passing + or will increase or decrease the channel volume by one, and +n or n will adjust them by n.

For example, aumix -c q -l 10 will display the CD value and set the main line to 10%.

Additional options:

-C filename

Use the color-scheme file specified to determine the appearance of the ncurses interface.

-d devicename

Specify the mixer device to be used. The default is /dev/mixer.

-f filename

Specify a settings file.

-h

Display a help message and quit.

-I

Interactive mode: provides an ncurses-based UI similar to alsamixer.

-L

Load settings from the default .aumixrc file.

-q

Query all devices, and display the results.

-S

Save settings to the default .aumixrc file.


33. autoconf


autoconf [options] [template_file]

Generate a configuration script from m4 macros defined in template_file, if given, or in a configure.ac or configure.in file in the current working directory. The generated script is almost invariably called configure.

Options

-d, –debug

Don’t remove temporary files.

-f, –force

Replace files generated previously by autoconf.

-h, –help

Print help message, then exit.

-i, –initialization

When tracing calls with the -t option, report calls made during initialization.

-o file, –output=file

Save output to file.

-t macro, –trace=macro

Report the list of calls to macro.

-v, –verbose

Verbosely print information about the progress of autoconf.

-B dir, –prepend-include=dir

Prepend directory dir to the search path.

-I dir, –include=dir

Append directory dir to the search path.

-V, –version

Print version number, then exit.

-W category, –warnings=category

Print any warnings related to category. Accepted categories are:

cross

Cross compilation.

obsolete

Obsolete constructs.

syntax

Questionable syntax.

all

All warnings.

no-category

Turn off warnings for category.

none

Turn off all warnings.

error

Treat warnings as errors.


34. autoheader


autoheader [options] [template_file]

GNU autoconf tool. Generate a template file of C #define statements from m4 macros defined in template_file, if given, or in a configure.ac or configure.in file in the current working directory. The generated template file is almost invariably called config.h.in.

Options

-d, –debug

Don’t remove temporary files.

-f, –force

Replace files generated previously by autoheader.

-h, –help

Print help message, then exit.

-o file, –output=file

Save output to file.

-v, –verbose

Verbosely print information about the progress of autoheader.

-B dir, –prepend-include=dir

Prepend directory dir to the search path.

-I dir, –include=dir

Append directory dir to the search path.

-V, –version

Print version number, then exit.

-W category, –warnings=category

Print any warnings related to category. Accepted categories are:

obsolete

Obsolete constructs.

all

All warnings.

no-category

Turn off warnings for category.

none

Turn off all warnings.

error

Treat warnings as errors.


35. automake


automake [options] [template_file]

GNU automake tool. Create GNU standards-compliant Makefile.in files from Makefile.am template files and can be used to ensure that projects contain all the files and install options required to be standards-compliant. Note that Versions 1.4 and 1.6 differ enough that many distributions include an automake14 package for backward compatibility.

Options

-a, –add-missing

Add any missing files that automake requires to the directory by creating symbolic links to automake‘s default versions.

-c, –copy

Used with the -a option. Copy missing files instead of creating symbolic links.

–cygnus

Specifies project has a Cygnus-style source tree.

-f, –force-missing

Used with the -a option. Replace required files even if a local copy already exists.

–foreign

Treat project as a non-GNU project. Check only for elements required for proper operation.

–gnu

Treat project as a GNU project with the GNU project structure.

–gnits

A stricter version of –gnu, performing more checks to comply with GNU project structure rules.

–help

Print help message, then exit.

-i, –ignore-deps

Disable automatic dependency tracking.

–libdir=dir

Used with the -a option. Search in directory dir for default files.

–no-force

Update only Makefile.in files that have updated dependents.

-v, –verbose

List files being read or created by automake.

–version

Print version number, then exit.

-Werror

Treat warnings as errors.


36. autoreconf


autoreconf [options]

GNU autoconf tool. Update configure scripts by running autoconf, autoheader, aclocal, automake, and libtoolize in specified directories and subdirectories. This command is seldom invoked manually. It is usually called automatically from other autoconf tools.

Options

-d, –debug

Don’t remove temporary files.

-f, –force

Remake all configure scripts, even when newer than their template files.

-h, –help

Print help message, then exit.

-i, –install

Add any default files missing from package by copying versions included with autoconf and automake.

-s, –symlink

Used with the -i option. Create symbolic links to default files instead of copying them.

-v, –verbose

Verbosely print information about the progress of autoreconf.

-I dir, –include=dir

Search in directory dir for input files.

-V, –version

Print version number, then exit.

-W category, –warnings=category

Print any warnings related to category. Accepted categories are:

cross

Cross compilation.

obsolete

Obsolete constructs.

syntax

Questionable syntax.

all

All warnings.

no-category

Turn off warnings for category.

none

Turn off all warnings.

error

Treat warnings as errors.


37. autoscan


autoscan [options] [directory]

GNU autoconf tool. Create or maintain a preliminary configure.ac file named configure.scan based on source files in specified directory, or current directory if none given. If a configure.ac file already exists, autoconf will check it for completeness and print suggestions for correcting any problems it finds.

Options

-d, –debug

Don’t remove temporary files.

-h, –help

Print help message, then exit.

-v, –verbose

Verbosely print information about the progress of autoscan.

-I dir, –include=dir

Search in directory dir for input files. Use multiple times to add multiple directories.

-B dir, –prepend-include=dir

Search dir for input files before searching in other directories. Use multiple times to add multiple directories.

-V, –version

Print version number, then exit.


38. autoupdate


autoupdate [options] [file]

GNU autoconf tool. Update the configure template file file, or configure.ac if no file is specified. This command is seldom invoked manually. It is usually called automatically from other autoconf tools.

Options

-d, –debug

Don’t remove temporary files.

-f, –force

Remake all configure scripts, even when newer than their template files.

-h, –help

Print help message, then exit.

-v, –verbose

Verbosely print information about the progress of autoupdate.

-I dir, –include=dir

Search in directory dir for input files.

-V, –version

Print version number, then exit.

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