TORCS(6) - Linux man page online | Games
Racing car simulator.
TORCS(6) Games TORCS(6)
Rudy Godoy, Bernhard Wymann 1.3.6 TORCS(6)
NAMEtorcs - Racing car simulator
SYNOPSIStorcs [-l|-d|-g|-e] [-s] [-r] [-k] torcs -h
DESCRIPTIONTORCS, The Open Racing Car Simulator, is a car racing simulation, which allows you to drive in races against opponents simulated by the computer. You can also develop your own computer-controlled drivers (also called robots) in C or C++. TORCS is widely used in research and education as base for various projects and experiments. A rich toolchain and documentation is available. TORCS is "Open Source" (GNU General Public License Version 2 or later).
INGAME HELPPress the F1 key to get help in game.
OPTIONS-l list the dynamically linked libraries -d run under gdb and print stack trace on exit -g run under valgrind (requires a debug build for useful results) -e display the commands to issue when you want to run under gdb -s disable multitexturing (for ancient graphics cards) -r run race in command line mode, see FAQ for details -k suppress dlclose for modules (useful to get symbol information with valgrind) -h display usage
SEE ALSOVisit http://www.torcs.org for more information (tutorials, videos, FAQ, tools, addon con‐ tent, etc.).
AUTHORManual page written by Rudy Godoy and Bernhard Wymann.
|This manual||Reference||Other manuals|
|torcs(6)||referred by||accc(6) | nfs2ac(6) | nfsperf(6) | texmapper(6) | trackgen(6)|