SYNOPSIScolrdx [options] <host> [port]
At least one argument is needed, which is the host to connect to. The default port is 8000 when no portnumber is used.
DESCRIPTIONColrdx is a simple client for amateur radio dx-clusters. In a split-screen display you can type commands for the cluster in the bottom part. Messages from the dx-cluster will appear in the main window. There is also a status line at the top with some basic information.
OPTIONSColrdx needs a callsign in order to be able to login to the cluster.
- -c callsign
- Send 'callsign' when connected (required).
- Display help and exit
- Start colrdx in black and white, even if terminal has color support.
Display version and exit
LINE EDITING COMMANDS
- Goto beginning of line.
- Ctrl-B and Left arrow
- Go one character backward.
- Delete character under cursor.
- Goto end of line.
- Ctrl-F and Right arrow
- Go one character forward.
- Kill from cursor to end of line (and store to kill buffer).
- Repaints the whole screen.
- Ctrl-N and Down arrow
- Scroll Down.
- Ctrl-P and Up arrow
- Scroll Up.
- Reprint current line.
- Delete current line in total.
- Erase last word.
Yank kill buffer.
The scroll buffer can be browsed with arrow keys Up and Down (or Ctrl-P and Ctrl-N), PageUp, PageDown, Home and End keys.
FILESIf ~/.colrdxrc exists, it is sent to the server after logging in. Handy for automatically sending commands.
AUTHORColrdx was written by Joop Stakenborg <[email protected]>. Most of the code was taken from colrconv, written by Tomi Manninen, OH2BNS. It is based on the public domain program ttylink by Dave Perry, VA3DP.