Provided by: libnutscan-dev_2.7.4-11ubuntu4_amd64 bug


       nutscan_get_serial_ports_list - Get a port list name from a range of port.


       #include <nut-scan.h>

       char ** nutscan_get_serial_ports_list(const char *ports_range);


       The nutscan_get_serial_ports_list() function returns a null terminated array of string
       generated from a port range. ports_range may be one of:

       ·   a single character from 0 to 9 or a to z representing a serial communication port
           depending on the operating system. For instance "0" is converted to /dev/ttyS0 and
           /dev/ttyUSB0 on Linux; "1" is converted to COM1 on Windows; "c" is converted to
           /dev/ttyc on solaris...

       ·   a range of character in the form "X-Y". For instance "0-1" will be converted to
           /dev/ttyS0, /dev/ttyS1, /dev/ttyUSB0 and /dev/ttyUSB1 on Linux; "1-3" will be
           converted to COM1, COM2 and COM3 on Windows; "a-c" will be converted to /dev/ttya,
           /dev/ttyb and /dev/ttyc on Solaris.

       ·   a single port name (/dev/ttyS5, COM4...).

       ·   a list of port names separated with comas : "/dev/ttyS0,/dev/ttyS2,/dev/ttyS4" or

       The returned array can be used in a call to nutscan_scan_eaton_serial to get the serial
       device on a system.


       The nutscan_get_serial_ports_list() function returns NULL if an error occured (invalid
       port range) or a pointer to a nll terminated array of string on success.


       nutscan_scan_usb(3), nutscan_scan_xml_http(3), nutscan_scan_nut(3), nutscan_scan_avahi(3),
       nutscan_scan_ipmi(3), nutscan_scan_snmp(3), nutscan_scan_eaton_serial(3),
       nutscan_display_parsable(3), nutscan_display_ups_conf(3)