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       hipo - iPod Management Tool


       hipo [OPTION...]


       Hipo is an application that allows you to manage the data of your iPod,
       Hipo is written in C# using Mono, GTK#, the cute ipod-sharp library and
       for  tag  editing  it  uses taglib-sharp.  Hipo is NOT a music playback
       software, for that you can use Banshee, Rhythmbox or Muine.


       Hipo is released under the GNU General Public License (GPL).


              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


       The full documentation for Gnome is maintained as a Texinfo manual.  If
       the  info  and  Gnome programs are properly installed at your site, the

              info Gnome

       should give you access to the complete manual.


       hipo was written by Pedro Villavicencio Garrido <>.

       This    manual    page     was     written     by     Arthur     Loiret
       <>,  for  the Debian project (but may be used by

                                 mars 23, 2007