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NAME

       usbmgr - Daemon to load/unload USB modules

SYNTAX

       usbmgr [-Vdnph] [-D n] [-c file] [-t time]

DESCRIPTION

       The  usbmgr  daemon  takes  care  of  loading  and unloading USB kernel
       modules when necessary.

       When USB devices connect to or disconnect from a USB  hub,  the  usbmgr
       works as follows, according to configuration:

       a)     It loads and unloads Linux kernel modules.

       b)     It executes files to setup USB devices.

OPTIONS

       -V     Prints version and exits.

       -d     Debug mode. Implies -n.

       -n     Non daemon execution mode.

       -p     Don’t create PID file.

       -h     Print usage and exit.

       -b     Don’t beep.

       -D n   Turn on debug mode, where n is the debug level.

       -c file
              Specify alternate configuration file.

       -t time
              Specify polling time in microseconds.

FILES

       /etc/usbmgr/usbmgr.conf
       /etc/usbmgr/network
       /etc/usbmgr/preload.conf

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES

       None.

AUTHOR

       Shuu Yamaguchi <shuu@wondernetworkresources.com>

       This   manual   page   was   written   by  Esteban  Manchado  Velázquez
       <zoso@debian.org>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used  by
       others).

SEE ALSO

       dump_usbdev(8), update_usbdb(8), usbmgr.conf(5)