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canberra-gtk-play(1)					  canberra-gtk-play(1)

       canberra-gtk-play - play a sound event

       canberra-gtk-play [ OPTIONS... ]

       This manual page documents briefly the canberra-gtk-play command.

       canberra-gtk-play  plays	 sound	events	that  are specified by the XDG
       Sound Theme and Name Specification.

   Application Options
       -v, --version
	      Display version number and quit

       -i, --id=STRING
	      Event sound identifier

       -f, --file=PATH
	      Play file

       -d, --description=STRING
	      Event sound description

       -c, --cache-control={ permanent|volatile|never }
	      Specify how canberra-gtk-play manages its cache. permanent  will
	      cause the sample to be cached permanently, volatile to be cached
	      until the cache needs to be freed.

       -l, --loop=INTEGER
	      Loop how many times (default: 1)

       -V, --volume=STRING
	      A floating point dB value for the sample volume (ex: 0.0)

	      An arbitrary property

	      X display to use

   Help Options
       -h, --help
	      Show help options

	      Show all help options

	      Show GTK+ Options

   GTK+ Options
	      Program class as used by the window manager

	      Program name as used by the window manager

	      X screen to use

       --sync Make X calls synchronous

	      Load additional GTK+ modules

	      Make all warnings fatal

       canberra-gtk-play is Copyright 2008 Lennart Poettering.

       This manual page was written by Francois Wendling  <>
       for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).

				  2010-08-01		  canberra-gtk-play(1)

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