Provided by: soundmodem_0.9-2_i386 bug


       soundmodem - Soundcard modem driver


       soundmodem   [  configfile  ]  [  -sSRM  ]  [-v  verbosity  level]  [-c
       configuration name]


       soundmodem is a user mode driver for  packet  radio  using  a  standard
       soundcard  supported by OSS/Free. It integrates tightly with the kernel
       MKISS driver (enable CONFIG_MKISS).   soundmodem  is  controlled  by  a
       configuration  file. The default filename is /etc/ax25/soundmodem.conf.
       Any other name may be specified on the command line.


       soundmodem accepts the following options:

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

       -v level
              Set the verbosity level. 0 only displays fatal errors.

       -c configname
              Use the named configuration. If absent the first is taken.

       -s     Log messages to syslog instead of standard out.

       -S     Disable the use of SIMD instructions (aka MMX, VIS, etc).

       -R     Run with realtime scheduling (SCHED_RR). Use with caution.

       -M     Lock memory down in RAM; disables swapping soundmodem out.


       ifconfig(8), soundmodemconfig(8)


       soundmodem    was    written    by    Thomas    Sailer,    HB9JNX/AE4WA