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-'libusbmuxd' makes it really simple to talk to a running 'usbmuxd' and
-hides all the details for you.  There are two function calls:
-This returns a list of all available iPhone-like devices that are
-available for talking to.  The returned array contains the USB
-product_id, hex formatted serial_number of any iPhones/iTouches and a
-non-descript 'handle' for all those devices that are within range (as
-of March 2009, that means a device directly plugged into the
-computer's USB port).
-Once you have found the device you want to communicate with, take its
-'handle' and pass this to usbmuxd_connect().
-This takes a handle, a destination port number and tries to setup
-a proxy a connection.  It returns a file-descriptor which you should
-be able to read(), write() and select() on like any other active network
-socket connection.
-Technical details
-When usbmuxd is running (normally started, or stopped as a result of
-'udev' auto-insertion messages), it provides a socket interface in
-'/var/run/usbmuxd' that is designed to be compatible with the socket
-interface that is provided on MacOSX.
-The structures for communicating over this device are documented
-in the 'usbmuxd-proto.h', but you shouldn't need to view them 
-directly if you are using the library for easy access.
-#include <usbmuxd.h>
-gcc -o leetphone leetphone.c -lusbmuxd