|o||USB devices using udev|
|o||Serial ports using udev|
|o||Serial ports on Windows|
|o||Bluetooth devices using Bluez|
NOTE: 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.|
|Show debugging output for detecting devices.|
|Show version information and compiled in features.|
|Disables scanning of udev.|
|Disables scanning using Bluez.|
|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.
NOTE: 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
Michal Čihař <email@example.com>
2009-2015, Michal Čihař <firstname.lastname@example.org>
|1.37.0||GAMMU-DETECT (1)||February 03, 2016|