scan IEEE1394 (firewire/i.link) bus
gscanbus is a little bus scanning, testing and topology visualizing
tool for the Linux IEEE1394 subsystem, with some AV/C support,
especially for controlling Camcorders and VCRs. It is intended as a
debugging tool for IEEE1394 development, but can also be used to
simply check your IEEE1394 setup on Linux.
README for gscanbus
Gareth McMullin <email@example.com>
Andreas Micklei <firstname.lastname@example.org>
18.11.1999 - 11.07.2001
What is this?
gscanbus is a little bus scanning, testing and topology visualizing tool for
the Linux IEEE1394 subsystem, with some AV/C support, especially for
controlling Camcorders and VCRs. It is intended as a debugging tool in
This programe comes in a very bare bone fashion. I didn't put any
document in the initial Debian release. So here are some hints after
receiving a bug report that user cannot fire up this program.
It is a gui program, so there is no command line option. If you can get
this program to show you something on the screen, then it is working.
Otherwise, check your ieee1394 sub-system
gscanbus (0.8-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream release, adopted by the Debian Multimedia Maintainers.
* Add watch file.
* Refresh packaging:
- Switch to debhelper 7, use DH7 short-form in debian/rules.
- Switch to 3.0 (quilt) format.
- Add -Wl,--as-needed to linking flags.
- Update debian/menu file.
* Update copyright information, adopt DEP-5 proposal.
See the GIT history for changes.
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