tool for enabling and disabling wireless devices
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Show the version of rfkill.
Show rfkill’s built-in help text.
Listen for rfkill events and display them on stdout.
List the current state of all available rfkill-using devices, or
just all of the given type.
Disable the device corresponding to the given index. type
is one of "all", "wifi", "wlan", "bluetooth", "uwb",
"ultrawideband", "wimax", "wwan", "gps" or "fm".
Enable the device corresponding to the given index. If the device
is hard-blocked, e.g. via a hardware switch, it will remain
unavailable though it is now soft-unblocked.
originally written by Johannes Berg
<johannes[:at:]sipsolutions[:dot:]net> and Marcel Holtmann
page was written by Darren Salt
<linux[:at:]youmustbejoking.demon.co[:dot:]uk>, for the Debian
project (and may be used by others).