obex-data-server - D-Bus service providing OBEX functionality


   obex-data-server [OPTIONS]


   obex-data-server  is D-Bus service providing high-level OBEX client and
   server side functionality.  It  currently  supports  OPP  (Object  Push
   Profile),  FTP (File Transfer profile) and partially BIP (Basic Imaging
   profile). Supported transports are Bluetooth, USB (client only) or TTY.
   obex-data-server  exposes  it's  functionality  through  'org.openobex'
   namespace in D-Bus.


   -n, --no-daemon
          Do not daemonize the service

   -s, --system-bus
          Use D-Bus System bus instead of the default Session bus

   -l, --log
          Log all messages to syslog

   -d, --debug
          Enable debugging messages

   -v, --version
          Show version of obex-data-server and exit immediately


   This manual page was written by Tadas Dailyda <tadas@dailyda.com>.


   Report bugs to http://bugs.muiline.com (obex-data-server project).

                            18 October 2009            obex-data-server(1)

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