Driver Suite for Linux
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dmxconsole [--dmx <device>] [--fkeys <number>] [--js <device>] [--mm <device>] [--ms <device>] [--ps2 <device>] [--mousescale <number>] [<filename>]
dmxconsole is a simple curses console application. You can manipulate dmx channels directly and store them in different cues. Cues are crossfaded.
Use the cursor keys to select a channel. You can increase/decrease its value with the +/- and PageUp/PageDown keys. The spacebar alters between zero and full value.
With the function keys F1-F12 you select a different cue. The new cue is crossfaded into the current cue. You can change the crossfadetime with keys 0-9.
The current set of cues are saved with 's'. The default filename is "default.chn" in the current directory. You can load a file upon startup by adding the filename to the command line. This file is then used to save.
The last change to the current cue can by undoed with 'u'.
MOUSE & JOYSTICK
If you have connected and enabled a mouse or joystick you can select the current channel by moving your mouse. The mouse wheel will act like pressing keys PageUp or PageDown, thus increasing or decreasing the channel value by 16. The right mouse button will toggle the current channel like pressing the space key. If you press the left mouse button while moving the mouse horizontically the current channel value is altered. The middle mouse button will set the current channel to 0.
If you have the lirc daemon running you can control dmxconsole with it. Please append
the distributed lircrc file to your ~/.lircrc file. Then edit
the section dmxconsole and replace the remote= setting with the
name of your IR control and the button= settings with your desired
If you use dmxconsole in a xterm, some function keys (F1-F12) may not work. This is due to the termcap or terminfo system providing wrong keycodes for those function keys. You can either ignore those function keys, use a different terminal program like rxvt or use the linux console.