pasystray man page

pasystray ā€” PulseAudio controller for the system tray

Synopsis

pasystray [options]

Description

pasystray enables control of various PulseAudio server settings from the X11 system tray. Clicking the tray icon will display a graphical menu, allowing the user to:

Mouse Bindings

Status icon:

Source/Sink menu item:

Playback/record stream menu item:

Optional Pulseaudio Modules

pasystray can make use of the following PulseAudio modules:

These modules may need to be loaded, using e.g. pactl(1) or pasystray itself.

Remote Sinks/Sources

In order to detect remote sinks/source, as well as enabling module-zeroconf-discover locally, module-zeroconf-publish must be enabled on the remote server.

Remote Server

As with most PulseAudio-aware applications, the environment variable PULSE_SERVER may be set to the address of a remote host in order to use pasystray to control the server running on that host.

Options

This program follows the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (`-').

-V, --version

Show the program version.

-d, --debug

Print debugging information.

-m, --volume-max=N

Set the maximum volume (in percent).

-i, --volume-inc=N

Set the volume increment.

-n, --no-notify

Disable all notifications.

-a, --always-notify

Enable notifications for all changes in pulsaudio.

--include-monitors

Show monitor sources.

See Also

pulseaudio(1), pactl(1).

Homepage: https://github.com/christophgysin/pasystray

Info

November 9, 2013