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IRS(1) FreeBSD General Commands Manual IRS(1)

Accept incoming OBEX and COMM connections on IrDA

irs [
] [
-d device
] [
-l log_file
] [
-m max_speed
] [
-n station_name
] [
-O oport
] [
-s iport
] [
-v verbose_level
] [
-y pty

The irs command accepts incoming OBEX objects and COMM connections on IrDA. It writes the OBEX objects to files or a socket, and connects the COMM connections to stdin/stdout or a pty. It can also accept OBEX objects from a socket and send them via IrDA.
The options are as follows:
Use driver for ACTiSYS IR-220L dongle.
Use driver for ACTiSYS IR-220L+ dongle.
Act as COMM server, accepting COMM connections and connecting them to stdin or a pty.
Specify IrDA device to use.
Exit on disconnect.
Log to file.
Use driver for Greenwich GIrBIL dongle.
Output help message.
Initiate LAP connection.
Use driver for Extended Systems JetEye dongle.
Limit maximum baud rate.
Set station name, defaults to host name.
Act as OBEX server saving objects to file.
Accept OBEX objects on socket and send them.
Use driver for Parallax LiteLink dongle.
Act as OBEX server writing objects to socket. A connection to the specified port is opened for each OBEX object received.
Use driver for Tekram IR-210B dongle.
Set verbosity level.
Redirect stdin/stdout (used by COMM connections) to pty.
Fork and run as daemon.

To hotsync a palm over irda, use the following commands: irs -c -e -y /dev/ptyqf & pilot-xfer -p /dev/ttyqf -b backup-dir

ircomm(1), irobex(1), mkobexdate(1), mkobexmemo(1), mkobexpdb(1), mkobextel(1), mkobextodo(1)

Tommy Bohlin ⟨⟩
November 29, 2001 FreeBSD 12.0-RELEASE

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