Command Line Options
Following is a list of recognized command line options. Note that, in the case of multiple options, they should be in the order -r, -c, -m, -o, -g, -d, -k, -a and -f.
- -r name
- Select the radio with identifier name. See above for a list of radio names and modes currently supported.
- -c channel
- Select the memory channel channel and set the radio frequency, mode and offset to its contents.
- -m mode
- Set the radio mode to mode. See above for a list of mode names valid for various radios. The mode names are specific to each radio type; not all radios support the same modes.
- -o offset
- Set the frequency offset for the following -g option to offset kHz.
- -g frequency
- Set the radio frequency to frequency in MHz if less than 1000 and in kHz otherwise.
- Display the current radio frequency, mode and offset. This is designed for use in shell scripts to confirm or log the results.
- Begin program operation in keypad mode.
- -f filename
- Read commands from the file filename.
- Enable the audio codec (Sun workstations only).