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Always turn off hyphenation; it makes .\" way too many mistakes in technical documents. .if n .ad l .nh .SH "NAME" steem \- the Atari STE emulator for Linux/X11 .SH "SYNOPSIS" .IX Header "SYNOPSIS" steem [options] [disk_image_a [disk_image_b]] [cartridge] [tos_image] .PP steem [options] [state_file] .SH "DESCRIPTION" .IX Header "DESCRIPTION" Steem is a Freeware Atari \s-1ST/STE\s0 emulator for Windows and Linux. .SH "OPTIONS" .IX Header "OPTIONS" .SS "Image Files" .IX Subsection "Image Files" .IP "\fB[disk_image_a], [disk_image_b]\fR" 4 .IX Item "[disk_image_a], [disk_image_b]" Optional disk images to be used for the \s-1ST\s0's A: and B: drives. File types supported are \&\s-1ST/MSA/DIM/STT/ZIP/RAR.\s0 If 2 disks are specified, the first will be \s-1ST\s0 drive A: and the second drive B:. .IP "\fB[cartridge]\fR" 4 .IX Item "[cartridge]" Optional name of a cartridge image (.STC) to be loaded. .IP "\fB[state_file]\fR" 4 .IX Item "[state_file]" state file: previously saved state file (.STS) to load. If none is specified, Steem will load \*(L"auto.sts\*(R" provided the relevant option is checked in the Options dialog. .IP "\fB[tos_image]\fR" 4 .IX Item "[tos_image]" \&\s-1TOS\s0 image file to use. By default, this is set in steem.ini and does not need setting on the command line. For most games and applications, the \s-1TOS\s0 image should be the \s-1UK\s0 v1.02 image (tos102.img). .SS "Switches" .IX Subsection "Switches" Options are case-independent and can be prefixed by \-, \-\-, / or nothing. .IP "\fB\s-1NOSHM\s0\fR" 4 .IX Item "NOSHM" disable use of Shared Memory. .IP "\fB\s-1NOSOUND\s0\fR" 4 .IX Item "NOSOUND" no sound output. .IP "\fBSOF=" 4 .IX Item "SOF=" set sound output frequency to Hz. .IP "\fBPABUFSIZE=" 4 .IX Item "PABUFSIZE=" set PortAudio buffer size to samples. .IP "\fBFONT=" 4 .IX Item "FONT=" use a different font. .IP "\fB\s-1HELP\s0\fR" 4 .IX Item "HELP" print help message and quit. .IP "\fBINI=" 4 .IX Item "INI=" use instead of steem.ini to initialise options. .IP "\fBTRANS=" 4 .IX Item "TRANS=" use instead of searching for Translate.txt or Translate_*.txt to translate the \s-1GUI\s0 text. .PP All of these options (except INI= and TRANS=) can be changed from the \s-1GUI\s0 once steem is running. It is easiest just to run steem and play with the \s-1GUI.\s0 .SH "FILES" .IX Header "FILES" .IP "\fB/usr/bin/steem\fR" 4 .IX Item "/usr/bin/steem" Shell script wrapper that sets up the environment for the actual steem binary. .IP "\fB/usr/libexec/steem\fR" 4 .IX Item "/usr/libexec/steem" Actual steem binary. Don't run directly, as it doesn't behave in a very Linux-friendly way. .IP "\fB~/.steem/\fR" 4 .IX Item "~/.steem/" Directory steem executes in. Contains steem.ini and all save-state files, including auto.sts. .SH "AUTHORS" .IX Header "AUTHORS" Steem was written by Anthony and Russell Hayward. .PP This man page and the steem wrapper script were written by B. Watson, for the SlackBuilds.org project (but may be used by anyone)