Thanks for your reply!
If I want to do this in win32 cmd line, how can I do,thanks!
At 2012-11-27 14:23:24,"Martin Lambers" <address@hidden> wrote:
>On Tue, 27 Nov 2012 13:59:25 +0800 (CST), xlzhang wrote:
>> Dear Martin!
>> I want to start the Bino from command line ,and do a
>> interactive control. such as
>> $ bino --read-commands /path/to/script.txt --no-gui
>> $ bino --audio-mute
>> The first cmd is OK, but the second is invalid.
>> Please give some advices, how can I control the bino when it
>> started in the cmd line ,thanks!
>For interactive control, you need to write all commands to a FIFO, so
>that Bino can keep reading them. Example:
>$ mkfifo /tmp/bino-control
>$ bino --read-commands /tmp/bino-control --no-gui
>$ echo 'open /tmp/video.webm' >> /tmp/bino-control
>$ echo 'toggle-play' >> /tmp/bino-control
>$ echo 'toggle-audio-mute' >> /tmp/bino-control
>$ echo 'quit' >> /tmp/bino-control