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OWFS(1) One-Wire File System OWFS(1)
owfs - 1-wire filesystem
See the file man1/cmdline_mini.1so.
See the file man1/description.1so.
owfs (1) is the filesystem client of the OWFS family of programs. It
runs on linux, freebsd and Mac OS X, and requires the fuse kernel
module and library. (http://fuse.sourceforge.net) which is a user-mode
Essentially, the entire 1-wire bus is mounted to a place in your
filesystem. All the 1-wire devices are accessible using standard file
operations (read, write, directory listing). The system is safe, no
actual files are exposed, these files are virtual. Not all operations
are supported. Specifically, file creation, deletion, linking and
renaming are not allowed. (You can link from outside to a owfs file,
but not the other way around).
See the file man1/device.1so.
Path of a directory to mount the 1-wire file system
The mountpoint is required. There is no default.
Shorthand for fuse mount option "-o allow_other" Allows uther users to
see the fuse (owfs) mount point and file system. Requires a setting in
/etc/fuse.conf as well.
Sends options to the fuse-mount process. Options should be quoted, e.g.
See the file man1/temperature.1so.
See the file man1/pressure.1so.
See the file man1/format.1so.
See the file man1/job_control.1so.
See the file man1/configuration.1so.
See the file man1/help.1so.
See the file man1/timeout.1so.
owfs -d /dev/ttyS0 -m /mnt/1wire
Bus master on serial port
owfs -F -u -m /mnt/1wire
USB adapter, temperatures reported in Fahrenheit
owfs -s 10.0.1.2:4304 -m /mnt/1wire
Connect to an owserver (1) process that was started on another
machine at tcp port 4304
See the file man1/seealso.1so.
Paul Alfille (email@example.com)
OWFS Manpage 2004 OWFS(1)