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PROGRAM:

NAME


ekg - A Gadu-Gadu compatible client.

SYNOPSIS


ekg [ options ] [ commands ]

DESCRIPTION


ekg is an experimental Gadu-Gadu client.

OPTIONS


-h [--help]
Shows command line options.

-u username [--user username]
Starts ekg with other By default config files are stored in ~/.gg/ (if there is a
non-empty $CONFIG_DIR environment variable, ~/$CONFIG_DIR/gg/ is used instead);
this option gives ability to create subdirectories structure with other setups.

-t theme [--theme theme]
Loads theme from the specified file.

-c file [--control-pipe file]
Creates a named pipe that can be used to control the client.

-o [--no-pipe]
Disables named pipe creation.

-n [--no-auto]
Don't connect automagically. After starting program won't automatically connect to
the gg servers.

-N [--no-global-config]
Don't load global configuration file (i.e. /etc/ekg.conf) after user's one.

-a [--away[=description]]
After connecting sets the status to "away".

-b [--back[=description]]
After connecting sets the status to "back".

-F [--ffc[=description]]
After connecting sets the status to "free for chat".

-d [--dnd[=description]]
After connecting sets the status to "do not disturb".

-i [--invisible[=description]]
After connecting sets the status to "invisible".

-p [--private]
After connecting change to "private mode".

-v [--version]
Prints the client and libgadu library version.

-f name [--frontend name]
Selects given user interface.

11 November 2002 EKG(1)

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