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ncpd



SYNOPSIS

       ncpd  [-V]  [-h] [-v log-class] [-d] [-e] [-p [host:]port]
       [-s device] [-b baud-rate] [long-options]


DESCRIPTION

       ncpd is the daemon which handles the serial link  to  your
       Psion.   It listens at port 7501 for local connections and
       provides basic PLP/NCP services for plpnfsd and plpftp and
       other  front-ends.   It  auto-connects  to the psion, even
       after unplugging/switching off therefore it can run always
       in background (if you have a spare serial-device)


OPTIONS

       -V, --version
              Display the version and exit

       -h, --help
              Display a short help text and exit.

       -e, --autoexit
              Exit  automatically, if the device is disconnected.
              Furthermore, use the current  tty  as  I/O  device.
              This option is intended for starting ncpd on demand
              using mgetty's auto-detect function. (A  patch  for
              mgetty is needed for that).

       -v, --verbose=log-class
              Increase the logging level of the program. the pos­
              sible values for log-class are:

              nl     Set NCP debug level to LOG

              nd     Set NCP debug level to DEBUG

              ll     Set Link debug level to LOG

              ld     Set Link debug level to DEBUG

              pl     Set Packet debug level to LOG

              pd     Set Packet debug level to DEBUG

              ph     Set Packet debug level to HANDSHAKE

              m      Set overall debug level to verbose

              all    Turn on all the above logging on.

       -d, --dontfork
              Do not background the daemon.
              tion. If the word auto is  specified,  ncpd  cycles
              through  baud-rates  of 115200, 57600, 38400, 19200
              and 9600 baud. Default setting is auto.


SEE ALSO

       ncpd(8), plpnfsd(8), plpprintd(8),  plpftp(1)  and  sisin­
       stall(1)


AUTHOR

       Fritz  Elfert  Heavily  based  on  p3nfsd by Rudolf Koenig
       (rfkoenig@immd4.informatik.uni-erlangen.de) and plp_1_7 by
       Philip  Proudman (phil@proudman51.freeserve.co.uk) Patches
       from Matt Gumbley (matt@gumbley.demon.co.uk) Man  page  by
       John Lines (john+plpman@paladin.demon.co.uk)

plptools 0.12               2002/07/16                    ncpd(8)

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