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VBOXPUTTY(8)									     VBOXPUTTY(8)

       vboxputty - a self-dialing/-calling vboxgetty

       vboxputty  -d  device  [-f  config-file]  [-c phonenumber] [-s ring-timeout] [-w wait] [-t
       redial] [-r redial-pause]

       vboxputty [-hv]

       vboxputty is a vboxgetty, not waiting for, but triggering a call. After connect, vboxputty
       is acting exactly like vboxgetty.  vboxputty exits with 0 if a connection was established,
       99 on BUSY.

       -h     display a short help

       -v     display the version information

       -f config-file
	      use config-file instead of the default vboxgetty.conf

       -d device
	      use device (/dev/ttyI*) for dialout

       -c phonenumber
	      the phonenumber to be called

       -s ring-timeout
	      vboxputty will dial the phonenumber and wait ring-timeout seconds  for  the  called
	      party  to  accept  the  call,  if ring-timeout seconds are ellapsed before connect,
	      vboxputty will hangup.

       -w wait
	      after the connection is established, vboxputty will wait wait seconds before start-
	      ing the tcl-script

       -t redial
	      if the called party is BUSY, vboxputty will try redial times to get a connect

       -r redial-pause
	      vboxputty waits redial-pause seconds between BUSY-redials


       Gerrit Pape <pape@innominate.de>

       the vbox-documentation

4th Berkeley Distribution		 13. January 2000			     VBOXPUTTY(8)
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