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connmand

Section: connmand Manual (8) Updated: 3 February 2010
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NAME

connmand - connection manager

 

SYNOPSIS

connmand [options]

 

DESCRIPTION

This manual page explains the connmand daemon. connmand is used to manage internet connections on embedded devices.

 

OPTIONS

-h/--help
Shows help options and usage information.

-d/--debug=DEBUG
Specify debug options to enable.

-i/--device=DEV
Specify a networking device or interface to manage.

-I/--nodevice=DEV
Specify a networking device or interface to ignore.

-p/--plugin=NAME
Specify a plugin that should be loaded.

-P/--noplugin=NAME
Specify a plugin that should be excluded from loading.

-W/--wifi=NAME
Specify a driver to use for WiFi/Supplicant.

-n/--nodaemon
Do not fork to background.

-c/--compat
Enable compatibility with NetworkManager.

-t/--selftest
Run self-testing routines.

-v/--version
Show version information and exit.

 

BUGS

ConnMan bugs should be filed against the ConnMan project on the MeeGo bug tracker, at https://bugs.meego.com/.

 

AUTHOR

ConnMan was written by Marcel Holtmann <marcel@holtmann.org>, Samuel Ortiz <sameo@linux.intel.com>, and many others.

This manual page was written by Mathieu Trudel <mathieu-tl@ubuntu.com>, for the Debian and Ubuntu projects (but may be used by others).


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
BUGS
AUTHOR

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