SYNOPSISanyremote2html -w web-port -a anyRemote-port [-i directory-with-icons] [-s 16|32|64] [-r refresh rate] [--width integer] [-d]
DESCRIPTIONThe overall goal of this project is to provide remote control service on Linux through Bluetooth, InfraRed, Wi-Fi or just TCP/IP connection.
anyRemote supports a wide range of modern cell phones like Nokia, SonyEricsson, Motorola and others.
It was developed as a thin "communication" layer between Bluetooth (IR, Wi-Fi)-capabled phones and Linux, and in theory it could be configured to manage almost any software.
anyRemote is a console application, but in addition there are GUI front-ends for Gnome and KDE and this web front-end.
With the help of this interface any device which contains a web browser and
which can connect to the PC with anyRemote by TCP/IP (GPRS, Wi-Fi, ...)
could be used as a remote control.
USAGERun anyremote/kanyremote with "-s socket:<port>" option:
anyremote -s socket:5000 -f <cfg. file>
Run anyremote2html -a <anyremote port> -w <http port> -s 16|32|64 -i <directory with icons>
anyremote2html -a 5000 -w 5050 -s 64 -i /usr/share/pixmaps/anyRemote2html
Run browser on device and connect to http://<ip.of.PC>:5050
For easier use and configuration of anyRemote as well as anyRemote2html, use either kAnyRemote or gAnyRemote.
Further information is shipped with the anyRemote package.
- -h, --help
- Show summary of options.
- -w <web port>
- Use specified port for HTTP server, default is 5550
- -a <anyRemote port>
- Use specified port to connect to anyRemote, default is 5000
- -i <directory with icons>
- Default is /usr/share/pixmaps/anyremote2html/
- -s 16|32|64
- Use specified icon size, default is 64
- -r no|smart|<positive int>
- Set refresh rate for web page, "no" means no refresh, "smart" means variable refresh rate (default)
- --width <positive int>
- Assume screen width is specified value, default is 800
Show debug output