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workman(1)                                             workman(1)


NNAAMMEE
       workman - play audio compact discs

SSYYNNOOPPSSIISS
       wwoorrkkmmaann  [  _g_e_n_e_r_i_c_-_t_o_o_l_-_a_r_g_u_m_e_n_t_s  ]  [ --bbCCddeehhnnoovvXX ] [ --cc
       ddeevviiccee ] [ --DD ffiillee ] [ --ff NN ] [ --ll nn ] [ --pp ppiiddffiillee ] [ --ss
       ccmmdd ] [ --VV nn ]

DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN
       wwoorrkkmmaann  is  a  graphical  tool  for playing audio compact
       discs on a Unix/X11 system with a CD ROM  drive.   It  has
       most  of  the features available on standalone CD players,
       such  as  a  shuffle  mode,  programmable  playlists,  and
       elapsed/remaining timers.  But it also has extra features,
       foremost of which is  the  ability  to  store  information
       about  CDs  in a database, then automatically extract that
       information when the CD is inserted later.  WWoorrkkmmaann stores
       the artist's name, the disc title, the names of individual
       tracks, and even remembers which tracks you don't want  to
       hear!  All in an easy-to-use, attractive OPEN LOOK graphi�
       cal interface.

       This man page may be out of  date.  If  you  have  further
       questions,  please  run  workman with the --hh or --??  option
       for some terse help or consult the HTML  documentation  in
       the HTML directory.

OOPPTTIIOONNSS
       generic-tool-arguments
              WorkMan  should  accept  the generic tool arguments
              described in xxvviieeww(1).  The exception  is  the  -Ws
              argument,  which  can cause problems such as the CD
              Info/About/Goodies buttons being whited out.   Note
              that olwm's "Save Workspace" menu option puts a -Ws
              argument in your  .openwin-init  file;  you  should
              edit  it and remove -Ws and the two numbers follow�
              ing it.

              Of particular note is the _-_s_c_a_l_e option, which con�
              trols  the window size.  Use _-_s_c_a_l_e _s_m_a_l_l to shrink
              the window so it takes less screen space.

       _-_g_e_o_m_e_t_r_y _[_+_|_-_]_x_[_+_|_-_]_y
              Set WorkMan's position on the screen.  Do  not  try
              to  use  _-_g_e_o_m_e_t_r_y  to  resize the window; it won't
              work and can mess up the display.  If the Y coordi�
              nate is negative (e.g.  _-_g_e_o_m_e_t_r_y _+_1_0_0_-_5_0) the win�
              dow will be positioned that many  pixels  from  the
              bottom  of the screen and will grow and shrink from
              the top, rather than the bottom; this prevents  the
              controls  from  moving  around when multiline track
              titles are displayed, and is frequently  used  with
              the _-_l _0 option.  Note that the window manager will
              add its title bar and push the  window  down.   Use



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              something like _-_g_e_o_m_e_t_r_y _+_0_-_3_8 to position the win�
              dow at the bottom of the screen.  38 is the  height
              of the olwm border; use other values for other win�
              dow managers.

       _-_d     Don't display any title  information  in  the  main
              window.   This  results  in  a smaller main window.
              The title information can still be seen and  edited
              using  the  CD  Info  popup.   If _-_d is used twice,
              title information will be displayed only if  it  is
              available;  the  default  is to display "Unknown CD
              name", "Unknown artist", and "Unknown  track  name"
              when  the corresponding information is unavailable.

       _-_D _f_i_l_e_n_a_m_e
              Set the location of the CD database file.  This  is
              a  colon-separated  list of filenames.  This option
              overrides the value of  the  WORKMANDB  environment
              variable  and  the  workman.db.shared  resource  if
              either is present.  See the ENVIRONMENT section for
              more details.

       _-_h     Display a summary of options.

       _-_b     Toggle the use of Dismiss buttons on all popups and
              a Quit button on the main window.  Useful for users
              of window managers other than olwm.  On Sun and DEC
              systems, Dismiss buttons are missing by default; on
              HP systems, they are shown by default.

       _-_c _d_e_v_i_c_e
              Use  a device other than the default. View the file
              config.h to find out which is  the  default  device
              for  your  platform.  If there is no default device
              given, the default will be the first  drive  found.
              This  option is useful if the CD drive is on a sec�
              ond SCSI controller, or more than one drive is pre�
              sent on the system.

       _-_s _c_m_d Send a command to a running workman process.  Valid
              values are ssttoopp, ppllaayy, ppaauussee,  bbaacckk,  ffoorrwwaarrdd,  and
              eejjeecctt.   Only  the  first  character  is  examined,
              except in the case of ppllaayy and ppaauussee (which require
              at  least two characters).  mmuuttee and ggoo are aliases
              for ppaauussee and ppllaayy, respectively.

       _-_o     This option prevents the  Solaris  2.1  version  of
              workman  from spawning a background job to keep the
              CD device open.  There is a bug in Solaris 2.1 that
              causes  the  CD  player  to stop when its device is
              opened, unless some other  process  on  the  system
              already  has  the device open.  When this option is
              specified, the CD will stop playing if  workman  is
              exited  then restarted.  When the background job is



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workman(1)                                             workman(1)


              present (_-_o is absent) the eject button on  the  CD
              player does not work even after quitting from work�
              man.   The  background  job  isn't  started   under
              Solaris 2.2 if the volume manager is running.

       _-_l _n   Reserve  some  lines  for  track titles in the main
              window.  If _n is a positive number, that many lines
              of  track  title  will always be displayed, even if
              some are blank.  If _n is zero, the main window will
              grow and shrink to accomodate multiline titles.  If
              _n is negative (the default), the main  window  will
              grow  when  necessary,  but will never shrink, even
              when a shorter title is subsequently displayed.

       _-_e     Check once for the presence of a CD at startup.  If
              no  CD  is present, wait for the user to select the
              square (stop)  icon  from  the  main  window.   The
              default  is  to  check for a CD every 5 seconds; on
              some SunOS versions, the  CD-ROM  driver  prints  a
              message  to  the console every time the tool checks
              for a CD.  After a CD has been detected once, work�
              man  will revert to its default behavior (since the
              driver message only occurs if workman has  not  yet
              found  a  CD  in  the drive.)  Specify _-_e more than
              once to disable checking for  CD  insertion  perma�
              nently.

       _-_X     Exit automatically when the CD is ejected.

       _-_p _f_i_l_e
              Write the program's process ID to a different _f_i_l_e.
              By    default,    the    PID    is    written    to
              "/tmp/.wm_pid-<host>"  to  allow signals to be sent
              more  easily  (see  the  SIGNALS  section   below.)
              "<host>"  will  be  replaced  by  the  name  of the
              machine which workman is running on.

       _-_n     No file locking.  On some systems, workman's use of
              file  locking is a significant performance hit (and
              on older systems,  file  locking  didn't  work  too
              well; on those machines, workman can freeze up when
              it tries to lock the database file.)  Use  of  this
              option is not recommended when several people share
              a database via NFS; if two people save  CD  entries
              to the database at the same time and one of them is
              not using file locking, one  or  both  of  the  new
              entries may be erased or stored incorrectly.

              Apply  Sun  patch  100075  to your system (and your
              fileserver, if  you're  NFS-mounting  the  database
              files)  and  you  probably won't need to use the -n
              flag at all.

       _-_V _n   Set  minimum  volume.   CD-ROM   drives   made   by



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workman(1)                                             workman(1)


              different  manufacturers have different volume-set�
              ting methods.  On the Sun and  DEC  CD-ROM  drives,
              the  volume  settings range from 0 to 255, but only
              values of 128 or greater  produce  any  sound.   On
              some  third-party drives, though, the full range of
              volumes is available, in which case running with _-_V
              _0 is desirable.  The default is 128.

       _-_C     Close  the CD device when the disc is ejected.  You
              shouldn't need to use this option unless  you  have
              unreliable hardware.

RREESSOOUURRCCEESS
       The following resources are available.  All resource names
       begin with "workman.".

       ddbb..ppeerrssoonnaall (string, default $HOME/.workmanrc)
              The pathname of a file containing personal  prefer�
              ence   information   about   CDs:   track  volumes,
              playlists, and the like.  This  resource  overrides
              the WORKMANRC environment variable, if present.

       ddbb..sshhaarreedd (string, default $HOME/.workmandb)
              A  colon-separated  list  of  database files.  This
              resource overrides the WORKMANDB environment  vari�
              able  and  in turn may be overridden by the _-_D com�
              mand-line option.  See the ENVIRONMENT section  for
              more information about using lists of databases.

       iinniittiiaallVVoolluummee (integer, default varies)
              When  a CD is inserted for the first time, or Work�
              Man is started when there is already a disc in  the
              drive,  the  current  volume level is read from the
              drive.   On  some  systems  the  volume  can't   be
              obtained, in which case WorkMan by default will set
              the volume to 100%.  This resource allows a differ�
              ent  initial  volume to be set.  Valid values are 0
              through 100.

       ssmmaallllBBuuttttoonnss (boolean, default varies)
              If true, use small (16x16) icons for the main panel
              buttons.   If  false,  use the old 32x16 icons.  If
              undefined, the program will try to use the  correct
              size  depending  on  how big the rest of the window
              is, which can be controlled with the XView "-scale"
              command-line  option or by using a particular font.

       aauuttooPPllaayy (string, default "normal")
              Controls whether or not WorkMan will  automatically
              start  playing a CD when it's inserted.  Valid val�
              ues  are  "never",  "normal",  and  "always".   The
              default  is to play the CD if the personal database
              says to do  so,  or  according  to  the  "Auto-play
              Unknown CDs" setting in the Goodies popup if the CD



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workman(1)                                             workman(1)


              isn't in the personal database.

       rreevveerrsseeTThhrreesshhoolldd (integer, default 2)
              Controls the amount of time a track needs  to  play
              before  the "back" button will return to the begin�
              ning of the track rather than jump to the  previous
              track.  Set it to a ridiculous value like 999999 if
              you always want the "back" button to go to the pre�
              vious track.

EENNVVIIRROONNMMEENNTT
       WORKMANRC
              The  location  of  the  personal  preferences file.
              This file contains information such as the  default
              volumes  of  CDs,  playlists,  and  the  numbers of
              tracks to avoid playing.  It is usually not  shared
              among  several  users of workman, since it does not
              contain any information about the CDs themselves.

       WORKMANDB
              Specifies the location of the CD database  file  or
              files.   Several files may be specified by separat�
              ing them with colons a la the PATH shell  variable.
              For  example,  setting  WORKMANDB  to "$HOME/.work�
              mandb:/home/user2/.workmandb" would  cause  workman
              to   look   first   in  $HOME/.workmandb,  then  in
              /home/user2/.workmandb.  New entries are  saved  to
              the  first  database  in the list; modified entries
              are saved to the database in which they were origi�
              nally  found, or the first database if the original
              one is not writable.

              This variable's value is overridden  by  the  work�
              man.db.shared  resource  and by the _-_D command-line
              option.

SSIIGGNNAALLSS
       WorkMan reacts to the following signals:

       SIGTTOU
              Jump to the next track.

       SIGTTIN
              Jump to the previous track.

       SIGUSR1
              Pause the CD (if it's playing).

       SIGUSR2
              Play the CD (if it's paused or stopped).

       SIGQUIT
              Stop the CD if it's playing.




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workman(1)                                             workman(1)


       SIGEMT Eject the CD.

       These signals, in combination with the pidfile (see the _-_p
       option  description above), allow simple control of the CD
       player from programs or scripts, and are used  by  the  _-_s
       option.

IINNTTEERRFFAACCEE
       Most controls have spot help; hit the Help key over a con�
       trol to find out what it does.  If you don't have  a  Help
       key,  you  can use the  xmodmap (1) command to make one of
       your function keys  act  as  a  help  key.   For  example,
       xxmmooddmmaapp  --ee ''kkeeyyssyymm FF11 == HHeellpp'' would make F1 bring up help
       messages.

       The following is a quick rundown of the controls; for  the
       most part, they're pretty self-explanatory.

   TThhee mmaaiinn wwiinnddooww
       The  main  window contains the basic display and most com�
       monly-used controls.  Moving from top to bottom and  read�
       ing left to right, you'll see:

       The artist's name.

       The  name  of the CD or the title of the currently-playing
       piece of music, if it takes up more than one track.

       The title of the current track.  This may occupy more than
       one row on the screen.

       The  track  selection  buttons.  Click on these buttons to
       select a starting track, or to change to a  new  track  if
       the CD is playing.

       The  track-position  slider.  This is updated once every 5
       seconds while the CD is playing; you can also use it as  a
       sort of jog dial to move around in a track.

       The volume slider.  Up is louder; down is quiet.

       The  main  controls (for lack of a better term.)  The but�
       tons on the top row move  to  the  previous  track,  start
       playing,  and  move  to the next track, respectively.  The
       bottom buttons pause, stop, or eject the CD.  When the  CD
       is  paused,  playing  may be resumed by clicking on either
       the pause button or the play button.   The  "back"  button
       (the upper-left one) goes to the beginning of the track if
       it has been playing for  more  than  2  seconds  (see  the
       RESOURCES section.)

       The  "stop mode" selector.  When wwoorrkkmmaann is done playing a
       CD, it can stop, play the CD over again (the  _R_e_p_e_a_t  set�
       ting), or eject it.  Click the MENU mouse button to select



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workman(1)                                             workman(1)


       a stop mode; or click SELECT  on  the  pull-down  item  to
       cycle through the available choices.

       The  "play  mode"  selector.   This determines the playing
       order of the tracks.  Two selections are always available:
       _N_o_r_m_a_l, which plays the CD from start to end, and _S_h_u_f_f_l_e,
       which plays the tracks in random order.  In  addition,  if
       any  playlists  have  been defined, they'll appear here as
       well.

       A gauge indicating how long the CD has  been  playing  and
       how much longer is left.

       Three  buttons that bring up the About, CD Info, and Good�
       ies popups.

   TThhee AAbboouutt ppooppuupp
       There's not much to say about this; it's the credits  with
       a couple of dumb pictures.

   TThhee CCDD IInnffoo ppooppuupp
       This  popup  is  used  to  enter  information  about a CD.
       Again, from the top:

       The artist's name.

       The title of the CD as a whole.

       A scrolling list of tracks and their titles.  This can  be
       used  to  view the tracks on a CD, or to select tracks for
       editing using the controls below.

       The name of the track that's  selected  on  the  scrolling
       list.   As a shortcut, if RETURN is typed after entering a
       track name, the scrolling list  selection  will  automati�
       cally  advance to the next track.  This allows you to type
       in all the track titles  without  using  the  mouse.   The
       track title can contain several special symbols that alter
       the main window's display.  "//" forces a line break;  the
       text  after  the  "//"  will  be  displayed below the text
       before it.  WorkMan will automatically  split  lines  that
       are  too  big  for the main window.  If a line begins with
       "+", the main window's disc title display is replaced with
       the  text  after  the  "+" (useful for classical CDs, with
       several tracks that are part of the same work.)  If a line
       begins  with  "@",  the  main  window's  artist display is
       replaced with the text after the "@" (useful for  compila�
       tion  CDs  with  tracks by several artists.)  Both "+" and
       "@" may be used alone on a line, in which case the program
       uses  the  title  or artist from the previous track.  If a
       line is empty, the corresponding line  from  the  previous
       track    is    used.    For   example,   a   track   title
       "@Orff//+Carmina Burana////Stetit Puella" will replace the
       artist's  name  with  "Orff",  the  CD  name with "Carmina



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workman(1)                                             workman(1)


       Burana", and display two lines of track title, the  second
       "Stetit  Puella"  and the first copied from the first line
       of title from the previous track.  (If this sounds confus�
       ing,  don't  worry  --  play with it for a few minutes and
       you'll see how it works.)

       The "Continuation" selector.  If  this  is  selected,  the
       current track is a continuation of the previous one.  This
       is taken into account when the CD  is  played  in  shuffle
       mode;  if,  for example, three tracks are part of the same
       piece of music (indicated by setting "Continuation" on the
       second  and third tracks), they will be played together in
       shuffle mode.

       The "Don't play" selector.  If this is selected, the  pro�
       gram  will avoid the track when playing the CD (though you
       can still play the track by selecting  it  directly  using
       the main window's track selection buttons.)

       The default volume setting.  Use this if a particular disc
       or track should be played especially  loudly  or  quietly.
       If  the  slider  is  all  the way to the left, there is no
       default setting and the current volume will be used.

       The default play mode setting.  When the CD  is  inserted,
       the main window's play mode selector will be set according
       to this item.  "From List" will select the first playlist.

       The  auto-play  setting.  If this is selected, the CD will
       start playing automatically when it's  inserted  (even  if
       the main window is closed to an icon!)

       Apply  and Reset buttons.  Apply will save the CD informa�
       tion to disk.  Reset undoes any changes you've made.

       A button to bring up the "Playlists" popup.

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       This  contains  the  controls  for  creating  user-defined
       playlists.   Any  number  of playlists may be created, and
       they can be as long as you like  (until  your  workstation
       runs out of memory, anyway.)  The controls:

       A  scrolling list, from which you can select a playlist to
       edit or maim.

       The name of a scrolling list to create, or  the  new  name
       for the current list.

       A button which creates a new list, using the name above or
       a boring system-generated one if no name has been entered.

       A  button to rename the current list to whatever is in the
       Name field.



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       A button to delete the current list.

       The tracks in the current playlist.  To  add  tracks,  use
       the  popup menu (which appears when you hit the MENU mouse
       button over  the  scrolling  list.)   The  popup  menu  is
       pinnable,  so  you  can  keep  it on the screen and select
       tracks quickly.

       A button to delete the currently-selected track  from  the
       playlist.

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       This   popup   contains  some  infrequently-used,  perhaps
       frivolous, controls:

       The balance setting.

       The time display settings.  The running times to the  left
       of  the  slider  and  gauge in the main window can display
       either elapsed time (the default) or remaining  time;  use
       these to choose.

       The  auto-play  setting  for  unknown  CDs  (CDs which you
       haven't seen before, or which you saw  before  but  didn't
       Apply  to your database file from the CD Info window.)  If
       this is selected, unknown CDs will be played when  they're
       inserted.

       The controls for the A-B repeat function.  While the CD is
       playing, click the Start button to mark  the  start  of  a
       passage to be repeated; then click the End button when the
       CD reaches the end of the passage.  Click on  the  "Repeat
       section of CD" item to start repeating the passage (and to
       stop, once you've started.)

       The Split button.  This button allows  you  to  split  any
       track  in  two.   Select a track from the main window, and
       use the track-position slider to choose the  split  point.
       Then  hit  the Split button and the track will be divided.
       You can do everything with the new section  that  you  can
       with  a  regular track, including choosing a name.  Tracks
       may be split while the CD is stopped or paused,  or  while
       it's  playing.   This is useful if you wish to mark a sec�
       tion of a song, for instance; you can listen for the start
       of  the  section,  and  hit  Split  as soon as you hear it
       beginning.

       The Delete button.  Use this to put a split-up track  back
       together.   You can't delete the first section of a track.

       A button to scan for index marks.  If  a  CD  already  has
       sections  marked via index marks (usually indicated in the
       liner notes), hit this button to search for them.  Search�
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       CD.  Every time an index mark is  encountered,  its  track
       will be split as if you'd used the Split button.

FFIILLEESS
       $HOME/.workmanrc
              Default location of personal preferences file.  See
              WORKMANRC under "Environment" as well as  workmandb
              (4).

       $HOME/.workmandb
              Default  location  of  CD database file.  See WORK�
              MANDB under "Environment" and  workmandb (4).

BBUUGGSS
       The program leaks memory with XView 3.0 (but not 3.0.1  or
       higher)  due to a library bug.  The leak only occurs while
       the About popup is displayed.

       Due to another library bug, the  program  will  dump  core
       when  the  default volume slider is wiggled back and forth
       under Solaris 2.  (The Sun bug ID is 1097908.)

       There is no way to choose a playlist other than the  first
       one as the default.

       Some  of  the  options and environment variables should be
       done with X resources or a properties sheet.

       The database should have an index of some sort for quickly
       looking  up CDs, since the current linear search can get a
       little slow on big databases.

       Interaction  with  data  CDs,  especially  ones  that  are
       mounted  as  filesystems,  is spotty at best.  The program
       should unmount a CD before ejecting it.

       The CD Info popup's interaction  with  mouseless  mode  is
       annoying.

       If  the  volume  manager  (Solaris 2.2) is running and the
       "eject" program is used to eject the CD, a  message  about
       loading an unnamed CD will appear on the console.  There's
       nothing WorkMan can do to avoid that.

       The program's name is a pretty moronic pun.

AAUUTTHHOORR
       Steven Grimm.  Original author.  Dirk Foersterling.  <mil�
       liByte@DeathsDoor.com>   Current maintainer.  Feel free to
       send comments, criticisms, suggestions,  or  unadulterated
       praise.

       ULTRIX port by Chris Ross <cross@eng.umd.edu>.




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       HPUX  port  by  John Brezak <brezak@apollo.hp.com>.  Note:
       Hewlett Packard supplies this without warranty or  support
       of any kind.

       Linux port by Chris Newbold <newbie@inmet.camb.inmet.com>.

       NEWS-OS port by Tatsuo Nagamatsu <nagamatu@sm.sony.co.jp>.

       BSD/386 port by John T. Kohl <jtk@kolvir.blrc.ma.us>.

       SVR4 port by Baruch Cochavy <bcochavy@iil.intel.com>.

       FreeBSD port by Todd Pfaff <todd@flex.eng.mcmaster.ca>.

       OSF/1 port by R.J. Edwards <rje@escact.ksc.nasa.gov>.










































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