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       knmap - KDE-based interface to the ‘nmap’ facility.


       knmap [ Generic-options ] [ Qt-options ] [ KDE-options ]


       Knmap is a KDE-based interface to the ‘nmap’ facility.

       The  main  Knmap  window provides for the entry of nmap options and the
       display of nmap-generated output.

       This program is a complete re-write of one by the same name written  by
       Alexandre  Sagala.  The  last version of that program was 0.9 which was
       released  on  2003-03-09  and  targeted  the  KDE  2.2   and   QT   2.3
       environments.   Unfortunately  it  does not compile on today’s KDE / QT

       Not to mention that it did  not  cater  for  the  full  set  of  ‘nmap’
       options.   Or,  perhaps, ‘nmap’ progressed whilst that version of Knmap


       All KDE and Qt programs accept some common command-line options.  Knmap
       has no application-specific options.

       --help Show help about options

              Show Qt specific options

              Show KDE specific options

              Show all options

              Show author information

       -v, --version
              Show version information

              Show license information

       --     Indicates end of options

       --caption <caption>
              Use ’caption’ as name in the titlebar

       --icon <icon>
              Use ’icon’ as the application icon

       --miniicon <icon>
              Use ’icon’ as the icon in the titlebar

       --config <filename>
              Use alternative configuration file

       --dcopserver <server>
              Use the DCOP Server specified by ’server’

              Disable crash handler, to get core dumps

              Waits for a WM_NET compatible windowmanager

       --style <style>
              sets the application GUI style

       --geometry <geometry>
              sets  the client geometry of the main widget - see man X for the
              argument format

       --display <displayname>
              Use the X-server display ’displayname’

       --session <sessionId>
              Restore the application for the given ’sessionId’

       --cmap Causes the application to install a  private  color  map  on  an
              8-bit display

       --ncols <count>
              Limits  the  number  of colors allocated in the color cube on an
              8-bit   display,   if   the    application    is    using    the
              QApplication::ManyColor color specification

              tells Qt to never grab the mouse or the keyboard

              running  under  a  debugger  can  cause an implicit -nograb, use
              -dograb to override

       --sync switches to synchronous mode for debugging

       --fn, --font <fontname>
              defines the application font

       --bg, --background <color>
              sets the default background color  and  an  application  palette
              (light and dark shades are calculated)

       --fg, --foreground <color>
              sets the default foreground color

       --btn, --button <color>
              sets the default button color

       --name <name>
              sets the application name

       --title <title>
              sets the application title (caption)

       --visual TrueColor
              forces  the  application  to  use a TrueColor visual on an 8-bit

       --inputstyle <inputstyle>
              sets XIM (X Input  Method)  input  style.  Possible  values  are
              onthespot, overthespot, offthespot and root

       --im <XIM server>
              set XIM server

              disable XIM

              mirrors the whole layout of widgets


       Full  user  documentation is available through the KDE Help Center. You
       can also enter the URL help:/kmap/ directly into konqueror or  you  can
       run ‘khelpcenter help:/knmap/’ from the command line.


       Kevin Gilbert <>


       This  manual  page  was written by Raphaël Pinson <>
       for the Debian system (but may be used by others).

       It was finished by Ryan Kavanagh <> in June 2008.

       Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify  this  document
       under  the  terms  of  the GNU General Public License, Version 2 or any
       later version published by the Free Software Foundation.

       On Debian systems, the complete text of the GNU General Public  License
       can be found in /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL.