Serial port logging

Richard Esplin richjunk1 at byu.net
Thu Dec 1 09:58:51 MST 2005


You could also try conserver[1], but for most purposes it is overkill.

Richard Esplin

[1] http://www.conserver.com/

On Thursday 01 December 2005 09:44, Nicholas Leippe wrote:
> On Thursday 01 December 2005 09:13 am, jeff wrote:
> > No, I want them to log all the time.  I don't want to have to be in
> > minicom for this to work.  Idealy, id like to tap into them with
> > something like logger.
>
> Sounds like you want some sort of bi-directional version of 'tee',
> so you could tee the device to a file and leave the other end open to
> connect with the client (screen sounds like it does something functionally
> similar, although with a different mechanism).  I can't think off-hand of a
> way to do this.  I'm sure it's been done before though.  What about regular
> tty loggers?  I know I've seen tools that let an admin log all tty traffic,
> tools which are external to the shell (but since I've never had the need, I
> didn't pay close attention).



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