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NAME

       pccardctl - PCMCIA card control utility
       lspcmcia - display extended PCMCIA debugging information

SYNOPSIS

       pccardctl [-V] [-v ...] command [socket]
       lspcmcia [-V] [-v ...] [socket]

DESCRIPTION

       pccardctl  is  used to monitor and control the state of PCMCIA sockets.
       If a socket number is specified, the command will be  applied  to  just
       one socket; otherwise, all sockets will be affected.

       If pccardctl is executed by root, all commands are available.  If it is
       executed by an unpriviledged user, only the informational commands  are
       accessible.

       lspcmcia is an alias for pccardctl ls, provided for convenience.

COMMANDS

       status
           Display the current socket status flags.

       config
           Display   the   socket  configuration,  including  power  settings,
           interrupt and I/O window  settings,  and  configuration  registers.
           --not yet implemented

       ident
           Display   card   identification   information,   including  product
           identification strings, manufacturer  ID  codes,  and  function  ID
           codes.  Not yet implemented for cardbus cards. Use lspci instead.

       info
           Much  like  the  ident  command,  but  its output is formatted as a
           series of  Bourne-stype  shell  variable  definitions  for  use  in
           scripts.  Not yet implemented for cardbus cards.

       ls  Display extended debugging information about the PCMCIA sockets and
           devices present in the system.

       suspend
           Shut down and then disable power for a socket.

       resume
           Restore power to a socket, and re-configure for use.

       eject
           Notify all client drivers that this card  will  be  ejected,
           then cut power to the socket.

       insert
           Notify  all  client  drivers  that  this  card has just been
           inserted.

OPTIONS

       -V     Show version information and exit.

       -v     Increase the verbosity of the ls  command.   Giving  this
              option twice increases verbosity further.

AUTHOR

       Daniel Ritz - daniel.ritz@gmx.ch
       based upon the original cardctl man page by
       David Hinds - dahinds@users.sourceforge.net