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irw(1) [debian man page]

IRW(1)								   User Commands							    IRW(1)

NAME
irw - sends data from Unix domain socket to stdout SYNOPSIS
irw [socket] DESCRIPTION
irw will connect to any Unix domain socket and will print the data that it receives to stdout. If you don't give it a socket name argument it will watch /var/run/lirc/lircd. Useful for debugging. -h --help display usage summary -v --version display version SEE ALSO
The documentation for lirc is maintained as html pages. They are located under html/ in the documentation directory. irw 0.9.0-pre1 October 2010 IRW(1)

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LIRCRCD(1)							   User Commands							LIRCRCD(1)

NAME
lircrcd - daemon to handle consistent .lircrc state among client applications SYNOPSIS
lircrcd [options] config-file DESCRIPTION
lircrcd reads the given .lircrc config file and synchronises the mode that the LIRC clients using this config file (irexec(1), irxevent(1) , etc.) are in. Using lircrcd has to be explicitly enabled in the config file by adding the following line at the beginning of the file: #! lircrcd -h --help display this message -v --version display version -p --permission=mode file permissions for socket -o --output=socket output socket filename OPTIONS
-p, --premission=mode The --permission option gives the file permission of the Unix domain socket lircrcd creates on startup in octal representation. Read the documentation for chmod for further details. If no --permission option is given when the socket is created the default is to give only the user owning the file read and write permissions (0600 in octal representation). -o, --output=socket With the --output option you can select the Unix domain socket, which lircrcd will create. The default is to append a "d" character to the config filename given. SEE ALSO
The documentation for lirc is maintained as html pages. They are located under html/ in the documentation directory. lircrcd 0.9.0-pre1 October 2010 LIRCRCD(1)

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