gammu-detect man page
gammu-detect — Gammu device detection
New in version 1.28.95.
Script to detect available devices, which might be suitable for gammu.
This program lists all devices, which might be suitable, it does not do any probing on devices them self.
Currently it supports following devices:
- USB devices using udev
- Serial ports using udev
- Serial ports on Windows
- Bluetooth devices using Bluez
Supported devices depend on platform you are using and compiled in features. You can find out what is actually compiled in by running gammu-detect -v.
This program follows the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (--). A summary of options is included below.
- -h, --help
Show summary of options.
- -d, --debug
Show debugging output for detecting devices.
- -v, --version
Show version information and compiled in features.
- -u, --no-udev
Disables scanning of udev.
- -b, --no-bluez
Disables scanning using Bluez.
- -w, --no-win32-serial
Disables scanning of Windows serial ports.
The output of gammu-detect is configuration file for Gammu (see gammurc) with configuration section for every device which might be used with gammu.
You can choose which section to use in gammu by gammu -s.
When invoked as gammu-detect -d, also all examined devices are listed as comments in the output.
; Configuration file generated by gammu-detect. ; Please check The Gammu Manual for more information. [gammu] device = /dev/ttyACM0 name = Nokia E52 connection = at [gammu1] device = /dev/ttyACM1 name = Nokia E52 connection = at [gammu2] device = /dev/ttyS0 name = Phone on serial port 0 connection = at [gammu3] device = /dev/ttyS1 name = Phone on serial port 1 connection = at [gammu4] device = /dev/ttyS2 name = Phone on serial port 2 connection = at [gammu5] device = /dev/ttyS3 name = Phone on serial port 3 connection = at [gammu6] device = 5C:57:C8:BB:BB:BB name = Nokia E52 connection = bluephonet
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