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       alsaplayer [options] [ filename ...]


       This manual page documents briefly the alsaplayer command.
       This manual page was written for the Debian GNU/Linux dis­
       tribution  because  the  original  program does not have a
       manual page.

       alsaplayer is a generic music player that can play back  a
       large amount of file formats.


       These  programs  follow the usual GNU command line syntax,
       with long options starting with two dashes (`-').  A  sum­
       mary of options is included below.

       -d, --device string
              Select   card   and  device  for  the  alsa  plugin
              [default=hw:0,0]; select device file  for  the  oss
              plugin  (you must enter the full path to the device
              here) [default=/dev/dsp].

       -f, --fragsize #
              Set fragment size in bytes [default=4096].

       -e, --enqueue file(s)
              Enqueue file(s) in a running alsaplayer.

       -F, --frequency #
              Set the output frequency [default=44100].

       -g, --fragcount #
              Fragment count [default=8].

       -h, --help
              Print this help message.

       -i, --interface <interface>
              Load <interface> instead of default one

       -l, --volume #
              Set software volume [0-100].

       -n, --session #
              Select session # [default=0]

       -p, --path [path]
              Print/set the path alsaplayer looks for add-ons.

       -q, --quiet
              Quiet operation, no output.

       -o, --output [alsa|jack|oss|nas|sgi|sparc]
              Use ALSA, JACK, OSS, NAS, SGI or Sparc  driver  for


       mikmod(1), mpg123(1).


       This   manual   page   was   written   by  Ivo  Timmermans
       <ivo@debian.org>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may
       be used by others).

                            9 May 2001              ALSAPLAYER(1)
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