ola_trigger

Section: User Commands (1)
Updated: October 2014
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NAME

ola_trigger - Run programs based on the values in a DMX stream.  

SYNOPSIS

ola_trigger [ options ] <config_file>  

DESCRIPTION

ola_trigger Run programs based on the values in a DMX stream.  

OPTIONS

-h, --help
Display the help message
-l, --log-level <int8_t>
Set the logging level 0 .. 4.
-o, --offset <uint16_t>
Apply an offset to the slot numbers. Valid offsets are 0 to 512, default is 0.
-u, --universe <uint32_t>
The universe to use, defaults to 0.
--validate
Validate the config file, rather than running it.
-v, --version
Display version information
--syslog
Send to syslog rather than stderr.
--no-use-epoll
Disable the use of epoll(), revert to select()
--no-use-kqueue
Disable the use of kqueue(), revert to select()
--scheduler-policy <policy>
The thread scheduling policy, one of {fifo, rr}.
--scheduler-priority <priority>
The thread priority, only used if --scheduler-policy is set.
 

BUILT-IN VARIABLES

As well as being able to assign your own, the following variables are built-in.
config_file
The config file that was loaded.
overall_offset
The offset applied to the config file.
slot_offset
The offset (DMX address) of the slot currently being processed.
slot_value
The value of the slot currently being processed.
universe
The universe being triggered from.
 

SEE ALSO

olad(1)


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
BUILT-IN VARIABLES
SEE ALSO

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