Provided by: baycomusb_0.10-6_i386 bug

NAME

       baycomusb - Baycom USB modem diagnostics utility

SYNOPSIS

       baycomusb  [  -sv  ]  [-D  usbdevfsmountdir]  [-C  configfilepath]  [-d
       busnr:devnr]    [-i    index]     [-I     ifname]     [-t     testname]
       [--drv=usbdevfsmountdir]                      [--config=configfilepath]
       [--device=busnr:devnr]        [--index=index]         [--ifname=ifname]
       [--test=testname]

DESCRIPTION

       baycomusb  is  a  user  mode driver for the Baycom EPP modem family. It
       currently supports the conventional EPP  modem  (using  the  IDT  72xxx
       FIFO’s)  and  the FPGA (Xilinx XCS10) variant. The driver automatically
       initializes the FPGA modem depending on the requested mode.   In  order
       to  keep  the  resident  memory  footprint  small (approx 20kBytes plus
       standard system shared libraries like libc), the initialization code is
       contained  in a shared library called baycomfpga_init.so .  This driver
       is able to automatically attach itself to the kernel network stack as a
       network  interface  (usually  called  ax0).  To do this it requires the
       Linux Kernel MKISS driver (enable CONFIG_MKISS).

OPTIONS

       baycomusb accepts the following options:

       -h     --help  Display  an  overview  of  the  available  command  line
              parameters and exit.

       -v     --verbose   Increases  the  verbosity  of  the  output.  May  be
              cumulated.

       -D     --drv  Specifies  the  mount  directory  of   the   USB   device
              filesystem. The default is /proc/bus/usb

       -C     --config   Specifies   the   config   file.   The   default   is
              /etc/ax25/baycomusb.xml.

       -d     --device Specifies the device by bus number and device number.

       -i     --index Specifies the device by a number.

       -I     --ifname The name of the AX.25 network interface when performing
              final setup (to be used by the kernel driver).

       -t     --test Specifies the test to be performed.

SEE ALSO

       ifconfig (8), sethdlc (8),

AUTHOR

       baycomusb     was    written    by    Thomas    Sailer,    HB9JNX/AE4WA
       (sailer@ife.ee.ethz.ch).