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CDCTL(1)                    General Commands Manual                   CDCTL(1)

NAME
     cdctl, eject, pause — specify commands for autocd daemon control utility

SYNOPSIS
     cdctl [-h] [-d device] [-s socket] [command  ...]
     eject [-h] [-d device] [-s socket]
     pause [-h] [-d device] [-s socket]

DESCRIPTION
     The cdctl is a utility for control autocd(8) daemon.  eject and pause is
     identical to ``autocd eject'' and ``autocd pause''.

     If no command is given, then cdctl enters an interactive mode, reading
     commands from the standard input.

OPTIONS
     The following options are available:

     -h      display the cdctl help information.

     -d device
             choose device for control.

     -s socket
             path to a control socket.

COMMANDS
     The following commands are supported:

     close   Inject the disc.

     cdid    Display the serial number of the cd using the method used by the
             cddb (http://www.cddb.org/) project.

     die     Shutdown autocd.

     disable
             Disable checks of current device.

     eject   Eject the disc.

     enable  Enable checks of current device.

     help    Get command list.

     info    Print the table of contents.

     list    List avaible devices.

     listsaved
             Display list of saved positions.

     load    Load saved position for disc.  Disc identified by cdid.

     lockspeed s
             Lock the highest speed that the drive should use for reading
             data.  The units are multiples of a single speed CDROM (150
             KB/s).  Specify 0 to use unlock the drive's fastest speed.

     next    Play a next track.

     play [first_track [last_track]]
             Play from track first_track to track last_track.  The first track
             has number 1.

     pause   Pause or resume playing.

     previous
             Play a previous track.

     status  Print the current playing status and position.

     save    Save current position.

     speed s
             Set the highest speed that the drive should use for reading data.
             The units are multiples of a single speed CDROM (150 KB/s).
             Specify 0 to use the drive's fastest speed.

     stop    Stop the disc.

     version
             Get daemon version.

     volume [volume]
             Print or set the current playing volume.

FILES
     /tmp/autocd
               default location of a control socket.

SEE ALSO
     autocd(8), acdplay(1)

AUTHORS
     MATPOCKuH <KOT@MATPOCKuH.Ru>

                                August 8, 2002