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       neard - Near Field Communication daemon


       neard [--version] | [--help]

       neard  [--debug=<file1>:<file2>:...] [--plugin=<plugin1>,<plugin2>,...]
       [--noplugin=<plugin1>,<plugin2>,...] [--nodaemon]


       neard is an NFC (Near Field  Communication)  daemon  for  managing  NFC
       operations  on devices running the Linux operating system. It relies on
       the Linux kernel NFC socket and generic  netlink  families,  and  is  a
       fully modular system that can be extended through plug-ins.

       It  supports  all  4  NFC tag types reading and writing, along with NFC
       LLCP (peer to peer mode) in both target and initiator modes. The Simple
       NDEF  Exchange  Protocol  (SNEP), NDEF Push Protocol (NPP) and handover
       (Wi-Fi and Bluetooth) protocols are implemented as separate plugins  on
       top of LLCP sockets.


       The following options are supported:

              Print the neard software version and exit.

       --help Print neard's available options and exit.

              Sets  how  much  information  neard sends to the log destination
              (usually syslog's "daemon" facility).  If the file  options  are
              omitted,  then  debugging  information from all the source files
              are printed. If file options are present, then only debug prints
              from     that     source    file    are    printed.     Example:

              Load these plugins only. The option can be a pattern  containing
              "*" and "?" characters.

              Never load these plugins. The option can be a pattern containing
              "*" and "?" characters.

              Do not daemonize. This is useful for debugging, and directs  log
              output to the controlling terminal in addition to syslog.

       SEE ALSO

                                 7 March 2013                         NEARD(8)

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