Net Shell Stuff

Net Shell Stuff

Post by Scott Cair » Thu, 06 Jun 1991 07:56:42

Is it possible to take input from some stdin process and pipe
it over ethernet to another host?    

For example, with tar(1) it is possible to do:

example% tar cvfb  -  20 filenames | rsh host dd of=/dev/rmt0  obs=20b

which would back up a local file system onto a remote host with tape drive.

But would it be possible to something simalar with record(6)?
In other words, I'd like to record something through the local audio
stdin device and pipe it out over the network to another machine's
/dev/audio at the same time.


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1. ipv4: move proc stuff from net/ipv4/af_inet.c to net/ipv4/proc.c

   Date: Tue, 29 Oct 2002 11:42:07 -0200 (BRDT)

        Please consider pulling from:

Pulled, thanks.

I just did a push to Linus, so this will go show up in the next round.
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