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       madwimax - driver for mobile WiMAX equipment based on Samsung CMC-730


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       madwimax  is an experimental reverse-engineered linux driver for mobile
       WiMAX (802.16e) devices based on Samsung CMC-730  chip.  These  devices
       are currently supported:

       · Samsung SWC-U200

       · Samsung SWC-E100

       · Samsung SWM-S10R (it is built in Samsung NC-10 netbook)

       The driver is completely user-space. It requires libusb-1.0 and TUN/TAP
       driver to work.


       -d, --daemonize
              Daemonize after startup.

              Specify the USB device by VID:PID combination.

       -e FILE, --event-script=FILE
              Specify path to the event script.

              Specify the exact USB BUS/DEVICE (use with care!).

       -f, --detach-dvd
              Detach pseudo-DVD kernel driver on startup.

       -h, --help
              Display help.

       -l FILE, --log-file=FILE
              Write log to the specified FILE instead of the other methods.

       -o, --diode-off
              Turn off the diode (diode is turned on by default).

       -q, --quiet
              Switch off logging.

       -V, --version
              Print the program version number.

       -v, --verbose
              Increase the log level.

              Specify service set identifier, or SSID,  which  is  a  friendly
              name that identifies a particular 802.16e wireless network.


       0      Success

       1      Failure  (syntax  or  usage  error;  hardware  error; underlying
              software error; unexpected error).


       See           the           madwimax           issue           tracker:


       Written by Alexander Gordeev, <>


       Main web site: ⟨


       Copyright (C) 2008-2009 Alexander Gordeev. Free use of this software is
       granted under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL).

                                1 October 2012                     madwimax(8)