MusE is invoked from the command line by typing in:
Optionally, you can use command line options of the form:
muse <options> <midifile>
<options> : see section xyz? below for details on options. <midifile> can be either a standard MIDI file or a MusE file (*.med, *.med.gz or *.med.bz2).
Command Line Options
MusE accepts some options as listed below:
File Types Recognized by MusE
MusE Configuration File ("~" refers to your home directory aka "/home/tux")
Hidden Project File; stores list of last projects
MusE song file; internal MusE format
midi file; can be imported
karaoke: midi file with additional information; some types can be imported
Stored midi parts, these are an alternative way of storing structures in muse.
Stored plugin presets
Hint: In some versions < 0.6.3 MusE loaded the old configuration from ~/.musePrj or ~/.MusE and because it didn't work then you could have also tried removing or at least moving this files out of the way temporary for testing purposes.