soundmodem man page

soundmodem — Soundcard modem driver

Synopsis

soundmodem [ configfile ] [ -sSRM ] [-v verbosity level] [-c configuration name]

Description

soundmodem is a user mode driver for packet radio using a standard soundcard supported by OSS/Free. It integrates tightly with the kernel MKISS driver (enable CONFIG_MKISS). soundmodem is controlled by a configuration file. The default filename is /etc/ax25/soundmodem.conf. Any other name may be specified on the command line.

Options

soundmodem accepts the following options:

-h
--help Display an overview of the available command line parameters and exit.
-v level
Set the verbosity level. 0 only displays fatal errors.
-c configname
Use the named configuration. If absent the first is taken.
-s
Log messages to syslog instead of standard out.
-S
Disable the use of SIMD instructions (aka MMX, VIS, etc).
-R
Run with realtime scheduling (SCHED_RR). Use with caution.
-M
Lock memory down in RAM; disables swapping soundmodem out.

See Also

ifconfig (8), soundmodemconfig (8)

Author

soundmodem was written by Thomas Sailer, HB9JNX/AE4WA (sailer@ife.ee.ethz.ch).

Referenced By

soundmodemconfig(8).

1 August 2000 SOUNDMODEM 0.2 Linux AX.25 Utilities Manual