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capiinit

capiinit

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NAME

capiinit - start or stop CAPI-capable ISDN cards  

SYNOPSIS

capiinit [OPTIONS] start | stop | show | status | prepare | reload | activate | deactivate

capiinit [OPTIONS] activate|deactivate cardname

capiinit [OPTIONS] activate|deactivate driver [cardname]  

DESCRIPTION

capiinit is called with one of the following actions:
start
Load all modules and initialize all cards (loading the firmware), which are configured in /etc/isdn/capi.conf.
stop
Reset all cards and unload modules.
show
Show the current configuration.
status
Show the current status.
prepare
Load all modules.
activate
Initialize all cards.
activate cardname
Initialize one card (i.e.: c4-ec00).
activate driver [cardnumber]
Initialize one card.
deactivate
Reset all cards.
deactivate cardname
Reset one card (i.e.: c4-ec00).
deactivate driver [cardnumber]
Reset one card.
reload
Reset all cards and initialize them again.

Firmware files are searched in this order in the following directories: /usr/share/isdn/`uname -r`, /usr/share/isdn, /usr/lib/isdn, /lib/isdn.

There is a sample config in /etc/isdn/capi.conf.

 

OPTIONS

-c filename, --config filename
Use filename as config file (default is /etc/isdn/capi.conf).
-d, --debug
Save patch values for debugging purposes.
-s, --silent
Don't show status information.
 

AUTHOR

Manpage written from C source by Paul Slootman <paul@debian.org>, updated by Matthias Klose <m@klose.in-berlin.de>.


 

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SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
AUTHOR

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Time: 22:01:23 GMT, April 16, 2011