Provided by: bayonne_1.2.15-2build1_i386
bayonne - launch bayonne telephony server.
bayonne [--foreground, -F] [--daemon, -D] [--driver, -d dsoname]
[--priority, -p pri] [--node, -n name] [--test, -t] [--trace, -T]
The bayonne is launched directly and then dynamically loads all modular
plugins that have been requested in the bayonne.conf file. The server
will then initialize the chosen telephony plugin device and wait to
answer telephone calls. Service requests can be made thru the bayonne
fifo interface or via any loaded dso based protocol module. Various
options may be given at startup to change bayonne behavior.
Execute bayonne server in foreground. All logging messages
appear on stderr.
Detach and execute server as daemon. The server will run in the
background as a deamon process and will log all activity through
-d, --driver name
Override the bayonne.conf file and select a specific dso
telephony driver to load and execute.
-p, --priority level
Specify the process priority level for the server. This has the
same effect as using nice.
-n, --node name
Specify a node name for the management system. The defualt is
to use your hostname.
Specify debugging level to use when logging errors and events.
This may only be used from the "build" directory prior to a
Load the dso "trace.dbg" module and run the server in
foreground. This is useful when testing the server in it’s
Enable gui support and gui debugging on the local X server.
This provides a graphical user interface for monitoring the
Enable gui support on a selected X display server. The server
may need to have the Bayonne host enabled in xhost. This
provides remote graphical debugging of a Bayonne server.
David Sugar (firstname.lastname@example.org)