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ttysrv - connect to a serial port and log output
ttysrv [-o option] [-s sock] [-l log] -t tty [-b baud] [-p parity] [-w wordsize] [-i pidfile]
ttysrv is the backend for rconsole. It connects to the serial port, handles the log file and waits for connections from rconsole to view what's happening on the serial console.
-t tty Specify which device to connect to. -s sock The name of the socket to listen for connections from rconsole on. -o option Specify any ttyios options to open the port with. Currently only nolocal is supported. -l log The logfile to write to. If not set then no log is kept. -b baud Set the baud rate to talk to the port at. Defaults to 9600. -p parity Set the parity for the serial port. Defaults to none. -w wordsize Set the word size for the serial port. Defaults to 8 bits. -i pidfile The file to write the pid of ttysrv to. If not specified no such file is written.
rtty was written by Paul Vixie <email@example.com>. This manual page was written by Jonathan McDowell <firstname.lastname@example.org> for the Debian project (but may be used by others). May 23, 2006 TTYSRV(8)