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IRCOMM(1)		  BSD General Commands Manual		     IRCOMM(1)

NAME
     ircomm -- Connect stdin or	pty to IrDA COMM port

SYNOPSIS
     ircomm [-aAghjprt]	[-d device] [-l	log_file] [-m max_speed]
	    [-n	station_name] [-v verbose_level] [-y pty]

DESCRIPTION
     The ircomm	command	initiates an IrDA COMM connection and connects stdin
     or	a pty to it.

     The options are as	follows:

     -a	     Use driver	for ACTiSYS IR-220L dongle.

     -A	     Use driver	for ACTiSYS IR-220L+ dongle.

     -d	     Specify IrDA device to use.

     -f	     Log to file.

     -g	     Use driver	for Greenwich GIrBIL dongle.

     -h	     Output help message.

     -j	     Use driver	for Extended Systems JetEye dongle.

     -m	     Limit maximum baud	rate.

     -n	     Set station name, defaults	to host	name.

     -p	     Use driver	for Parallax LiteLink dongle.

     -r	     Map newline (\n) to carraige return (\r) in input.

     -t	     Use driver	for Tekram IR-210B dongle.

     -v	     Set verbosity level.

     -y	     Redirect stdin/stdout to pty.

     -Y	     Fork and run as daemon.

SEE ALSO
     irobex(1),	irs(1),	mkobexdate(1), mkobexmemo(1), mkobexpdb(1),
     mkobextel(1), mkobextodo(1)

AUTHOR
     Tommy Bohlin <tommy@gatespace.com>

BSD			       November	29, 2001			   BSD

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