For more detailed information, please select one of the documentation
sections from the list of links on the left.
Command line usage
phjuke [-f prefs-file] [-x|y|w|h n] [home]
- -f prefs-file
Sets the path to the preferences file. The preferences file is read at
startup and written when you close the main window. It saves your repeat
and shuffle settings, character set information, and other things. The
default is $HOME/.phjuke.
- -x position
Controls the initial placement and size of the window. By default, the
window is positioned off the top left corner of the screen such that the
title bar and left border aren't visible, and is sized just large enough
so the bottom and right borders aren't visible on the Audrey's 640x480
display. If you prefer to have window borders, you can use these parameters.
The -w and -h parameters control the size of the active
portion of the window, not counting the borders. For example, -x 0 -y
0 -w 632 -h 456 positions the window to take up the whole screen on
an Audrey with all window controls and borders visible.
PhJuke will use this directory or PHJ file as the home page; the
browser window will start off displaying its contents. If no home directory
is specified, the starting directory from the last invocation (saved in the
preferences file) is used; if this is the first invocation, the current
working directory is used. If index.phj is present, in the
directory in question, it is used.
If PhJuke is already running, the existing window is opened and any
options are ignored.