Provided by: ffado-tools_2.4.1-0.1_amd64 bug

NAME

       ffado-bridgeco-downloader - firmware download application for BridgeCo devices

SYNOPSIS

       ffado-bridgeco-downloader [OPTION...] OPERATION

DESCRIPTION

       ffado-bridgeco-downloader  permits  firmware  updates  to  be made to BridgeCo (aka BeBoB)
       devices under Linux.  OPERATION describes the action to be carried out.  An  OPERATION  is
       introduced  with  the  GUID  of  the device to operate on.  This is followed by one of the
       following keywords and any arguments required by that keyword.

       display
              Display information about the interface

       setguid NEW_GUID
              Set the device's GUID to NEW_GUID

       firmware FILE
              Download the firmware file FILE to the device.

       cne FILE
              Download the CnE file FILE to the device.

       bcd FILE
              Parse the BeBoB BCD file FILE and display information about the contents.

OPTIONS

       -?, --help, --usage
              Display brief usage information and exit

       -V, --version
              Show the program version and exit

       -p, --port=NUM
              Specify use of IEEE1394 port NUM

       -v, --verbose=LEVEL
              Produce verbose output.  The higher the LEVEL the more verbose the  messages.   The
              some  verbose  messages  may only be available of FFADO was compiled with debugging
              enabled.

       -b, --noboot
              Do not start the bootloader.  Use this if the bootloader is already running.

       -f, --force
              Force firmware download in the event the program doesn't think it's  a  good  idea.
              Use with caution.

       -m, --magic=MAGIC
              A  magic number you have to obtain before this program will work.  Specifying it on
              the command line means that you accept the risks which come with  this  tool.   The
              magic number can be obtained in the source code.

NOTES

       Manipulating firmware can cause your device to stop working.  The FFADO project accepts no
       responsibility if this occurs as a result of using this tool.