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       gnomad2  -  transfer  files  between  a  host and a Creative Labs Nomad
       Jukebox, Zen jukebox or Dell Digital Jukebox (DJ).


       gnomad2 [OPTION]...


       Gnomad 2 is a GUI built on top of GTK/GNOME 2, id3lib and  libnjb  that
       makes it possible to transfer tracks and files from/to a Creative Nomad
       Jukebox (all brands) and the Dell DJ.  It  is  designed  much  like  an
       ordinary graphical FTP program, in commander-style.


              A  debug  level  is  a number between 1 and 15, identical to the
              debug level value of libnjb.

              Dynamic modules to load

   Help options
       -?, --help
              Show this help message

              Display brief usage message

              Gdk debugging flags to set

              Gdk debugging flags to unset

              X display to use

              X screen to use

       --sync Make X calls synchronous

              Program name as used by the window manager

              Program class as used by the window manager

              Gtk+ debugging flags to set

              Gtk+ debugging flags to unset

              Make all warnings fatal

              Load an additional Gtk module

   Bonobo activation support
              File descriptor to print IOR on

              IID to activate

              Prevent registering of server with OAF

   GNOME Library
              Disable sound server usage

              Enable sound server usage

              Host:port on which the sound server to use is running


   Session management
              Specify session management ID

              Specify prefix of saved configuration

              Disable connection to session manager

   GNOME GUI Library
              Disable crash dialog


       Written by Linus Walleij.

       This manual page was written by Shaun Jackman <> for
       the Debian system.


       Report bugs to Linus Walleij <>.


       Copyright 2003 Linus Walleij

       This  is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is
       NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR  A  PARTICULAR