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        tremulous - Tremulous


        tremulous [-h|--help] [-q|--quiet] [+set option value]...


        This manual page documents briefly the tremulous command.
        tremulous is the Tremulous client. It is a multiplayer network game.


        Options passed to the wrapper script:
        -h, --help
               Display a short help summary
        -q, --quiet
               Disable all console output
        Options passed to the Tremulous binary by the +set parameter
        (Note that this is not a full list!)
        cg_drawFPS <bool>
        cg_drawTeamOverlay <bool>
        cg_fov <value>
        cg_lagometer <bool>
        cg_shadows <bool>
        cg_thirdPerson <bool>
        cg_thirdPersonAngle <value>
        cg_thirdPersonRange <value>
        cg_zoomfov <value>
        cl_mouseAccel <bool>
        com_blood <bool>
        com_hunkMegs <value>
        com_maxfps <value>
        com_soundMegs <value>
        com_zoneMegs <value>
        fs_basepath <string>
        fs_game <string>
        r_allowExtensions <bool>
        r_allowSoftwareGL <bool>
        r_customheight <value>
               (Requires +set r_mode -1)
        r_customwidth <value>
               (Requires +set r_mode -1)
        r_dynamiclight <bool>
        r_ext_compress_textures <bool>
        r_ext_compressed_textures <bool>
        r_fullscreen <bool>
        r_ignoreGLErrors <bool>
        r_mode <value>
        For  a full list of available options, have a look at the original game
        manual found on your Tremulous CD-ROM.


        The Tremulous client was originally written by id Software, Inc. and is
        now maintained by the Tremulous team.
        This  manual  page was written by Bruno "Fuddl" Kleinert <fuddl@gmx.de>
        for the Debian project (but may  be  used  by  others).  Permission  is
        granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms
        of the GNU General Public License, Version 2  any  later  version  pub‐
        lished 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.


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