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NAME

       zekr - A Quran study tool

SYNOPSIS

       zekr [options]

DESCRIPTION

       This manual page documents briefly the zekr

       zekr  is  an  open  platform for simply browsing and researching on the
       Holy Quran. It is a Quran-based project, planned  to  be  a  universal,
       open  source,  and  cross-platform  application  to perform most of the
       usual refers to Quran. The main idea is  to  build  an  as  generic  as
       possible  platform  to  accept  different Islamic resources.  Zekr is a
       free GPL software and is available for Linux/Unix, Windows, and MacOSX.

       Quran, is the only sacred writing, which claims to be  a  miracle.   It
       asserts that no one can make something like a Quran sura at all.  (from
       Al-Baqarah: 23, Younos: 38, Al-Isra: 88) If you  need  any  information
       about    common    Quranic    terms   used   in   this   software   see
       http://www.zekr.org/glossary.php.

       Zekr is flexible in adding new plug-ins, themes,  language  packs,  and
       Quran's  translations.   Currently  Zekr  has English, Persian, French,
       German, Arabic, Indonesian, Russian, Dutch, Kurdish, Malay, and Turkish
       built-in  language  packs.   In addition, it includes English, Persian,
       and Russian Quran translations. Of  course  you  can  simply  add  more
       translations to it.

       The  program  is written in Java, on Eclipse IDE, and SWT as the widget
       toolkit.   If   having   any   question   about   zekr,   please    see
       http://www.zekr.org/faq.php.

OPTIONS

       NOTE:  Use  only  one or zero option at a time, otherwise extra options
       will be ignored.  Options:

       -clean <opt>
              Remove cached data or configurations.  opt can be  `view-cache',
              to  clean  view-related  cached data, `playlist-cache', to clean
              playlist cache, `config' to  reset  to  default  configurations,
              `index-me'  to  remove indices for the current user, `index-all'
              to remove indices for all users, or any combination of the above
              options separated with comma.

       -h, --help
              Print this help message.

       -index <opt> <id>
              Index  Quran  text or translation text. opt can be `me' or `all'
              to index for the current user or all users respectively. id  can
              be  the  ID for a translation pack to index that translation. if
              no id specified, will index Quran text.

       -workspace <dir>
              Start Zekr using the specified workspace.  By default ~/.zekr is
              used as workspace.

CONFIGURATION FILES

       /etc/zekr/java_home
              List  of  paths of compatible Java VMs, zekr cycles through that
              list of and picks the first one that exists.

       /etc/zekr/zekrrc
              System-wide  configuration  file,  sourced  by   zekr   to   set
              configuration  variables.   See  CONFIGURATION VARIABLES section
              for futher details.

       ~/.zekr/zekrrc-debian
              User configuration file, sourced by zekr  to  set  configuration
              variables.   See  CONFIGURATION  VARIABLES  section  for  futher
              details. Settings in this file  override  the  settings  in  the
              system-wide configuration file above.

CONFIGURATION VARIABLES

       ZEKR_WARNINGS
              If  this  is  set  to disable, then warning messages will not be
              displayed by zekr wrapper script.

       ZEKR_JAVA_HOME
              Path of Java VM to be used.  Setting  this  variable  skips  the
              search of a compatible Java VM from /etc/java/java_home.

       ZEKR_JAVA_CMD
              Path  of  Java  VM  command  to  be  used. Setting this variable
              overrides the ZEKR_JAVA_HOME setting.

       EXTRA_VM_ARGS
              Extra arguments to pass to the Java VM.

NOTES

       As  of  SWT  3.6,  it  is  possible  to  use  either  the   WebKit   or
       Mozilla/XULRunner backends.

       To   enable   the   use   of   WebKit   backend   with   SWT  3.6,  add
       -Dorg.eclipse.swt.browser.UseWebKitGTK=true   to    EXTRA_VM_ARGS    in
       ~/.zekr/zekrrc-debian.

       To    enforce    the    use    of    Mozilla/XULRunner   backend,   set
       options.browser.useMozilla=true in ~/.zekr/config/config.properties

ADD QURAN TRANSLATIONS

       Quran Translation resources:
           http://www.zekr.org/resources.php.

WIKIPAGE

       For more information about zekr, use zekr's wikipage:
           http://www.zekr.org/wiki/

MAILING LIST

       Join Zekr Google group (and mailing list) by sending a message to:
           zekr-subscribe@googlegroups.com

       By joining Zekr Google group you can ask for solution  of  any  problem
       you  have  with  zekr,  report  bugs,  ask  for  new  features, help in
       developing zekr, contribute in documenting zekr  and  extending  zekr's
       wiki,  translate  zekr  in  your  native  language,  and  prepare Quran
       translations available in your language for zekr.

AUTHOR

       Zekr was originally written by Mohsen Saboorian  <mohsen@zekr.org>  and
       is hosted at http://www.zekr.org/.

       Zekr  was  debianized  by Mohammad Derakhshani <mohammad@zekr.org>, and
       also this manpage was written by him for the Debian project (but may be
       used by others).

                               February 06, 2007                       Zekr(1)



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