Amateur Packet Radio Node program
The node program accepts TCP/IP and packet radio network connections and
presents users with an interface that allows them to make gateway connections
to remote hosts using a variety of amateur radio protocols.
Copyright (C) 1996-2003 by Tomi Manninen.
This is a simple node frontend for Linux kernel AX.25, NETROM,
ROSE and TCP. It's based on pms.c by Alan Cox (GW4PTS) but has been
heavily modified since. It's probably not very well tested, not
pretty, not very flexible and it is certainly not ready! However
I think it's already somewhat usable.
The installation instructions are in the
node for Debian
This package has been compiled with support for AX.25, NetRom, and Rose
included, and also supports compressed sockets, hence the requirement
This package has installed a disabled 'bbs' service entry in /etc/inetd.conf.
If you want to make the node program available to telnet connections to
port 4000 then run:
/usr/sbin/update-inetd --enable bbs
NODEUSERS(1) Linux Programmer's Manual NODEUSERS(1)
nodeusers - LinuxNode user information lookup program
nodeusers [-a] [-i] [-l]
Nodeusers displays information about current LinuxNode users.
-a Tells nodeusers to use a plain <CR> as end-of-line.
This is usefull if nodeusers is called from
NODE.CONF(5) Linux Programmer's Manual NODE.CONF(5)
node.conf - Linu
NODE.PERMS(5) Linux Programmer's Manual NODE.PERMS(5)
node.perms - Lin
NODE(8) Linux System Managers Manual NODE(8)
node - Node fron
node (0.3.2-7.1) unstable; urgency=low
* Retiring - remove myself from the uploaders list.
This package was debianized by Terry Dawson firstname.lastname@example.org on
Tue, 26 Oct 1999 21:53:35 +1000.
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