SYNOPSISaxgetmsg -p <port> -c <mycall> -b <bbs> [-f <listfile>] [-d <dir>] [-v] [-D] [nr1 [nr2] ...]
Axgetmsg connects the BBS and downloads specified messages using compressed forward protocol. Each messages is stored to a single file in the destination directory.
- -p port
- Specifies the AX.25 port name used for communication with BBS.
- -c mycall
- Sets the callsign of axgetmsg.
- -b bbs
- The AX.25 path to the BBS: BBS_call [digi [digi] ...]
- -f listfile
- listfile contains the message numbers for download separated by whitespaces. When the listfile is specified, message numbers given via the command line are ignored.
- -d dir
- Spepcify the destination directory for storing messages.
- Verbose operation.
- Display debugging information.
MESSAGE NUMBERSThe messages are specified by their numbers via the command line or using the listfile. For specifying personal messages the p letter can be added before the message number (e.g. p30981). The difference between bulletins and personal messages is that axgetmsg will remove the personal messages from the BBS after downloading them.
AUTHORIZATIONAfter the successful connect to the BBS axgetmsg attempts to execute the script /var/ax25/auth_agent and redirects its stdin and stdout to the BBS. The BBS callsign is passed as the first command line argument. The script should take actions needed for user's authorization to the BBS. When the script execution fails, axgetmsg continues downloading the messages without authorization.
AUTHORRadek Burget OK2JBG <[email protected]>