colrdx man page
colrdx — hamradio dx-cluster client with ncurses color support
colrdx [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.
Colrdx 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.
Colrdx 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
- Ctrl-P and Up arrow
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.
If ~/.colrdxrc exists, it is sent to the server after logging in. Handy for automatically sending commands.
Colrdx was written by Joop Stakenborg <firstname.lastname@example.org>. 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.