bidilink 0.1

bidilink is a general purpose Unix tool for linking two bidirectional data streams together.

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GPL (GNU General Public License) 
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DEVELOPED BY:
Lennart Poettering
HOMEPAGE:
0pointer.de
CATEGORY:
ROOT \ Utilities
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bidilink is a general purpose Unix tool for linking two bidirectional data streams together. bidilink project extends the standard Unix "filter" paradigma to bidrectional streams.

Its has the following stream drivers:

std: - STDIN, STDOUT of the process
exec:PROGRAM - fork() off a process and use its STDIN and STDOUT
tty:TTYDEVICE - Open a TTY device (like a serial port) as client
pty:[PTYNAME] - Allocate a pseudo TTY device as master
tcp-client:HOSTNAME:PORT - Connect to another or the local host via TCP/IP
tcp-server:[IPADDRESS:]PORT - Listen on a local port and wait for an incoming connection
unix-client:SOCKNAME - Connect to a local Unix domain socket
unix-server:SOCKNAME - Listen on a local Unix domain socket

More drivers are planned, including:

dsp: - Full duplex audio with OSS (Open Sound System)
tun: - Raw network access using the TUN subsystem
tap: - Raw network access using the TAP subsystem

Last updated on May 17th, 2006

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