Getting started


Provided the package has been installed properly, you simple enter on the shell level:
   trax
The program will execute the command files trax.exec in the installation directory ($TRAX), the user's home directory and the current directory, in this order, before returning control to the user. You can suppress this by starting with
   trax -s
If you just want a single command to be executed at startup you use:
   trax -c "<command>"
for example
   trax -c "time/on"
A list of available commands can be obtained by just typing (at the TRAX> prompt)
   help
You might want to consult the How To ... section to learn more.
Last updated: M.Kraemer,
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