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       ttylog - serial device logger


       ttylog [-b|--baud] [-d|--device] [-f|--flush] [-t|--timeout] > /path/to/logfile

       If you are not using the timeout option, you can stop it running by pressing a ctrl-c when
       it's going to the screen or doing "kill -HUP nnnn" (where  nnnn  is  the  process  ID  for
       ttylog) if running in the background.


       This  program  writes  everything  that  comes  from  a serial device like /dev/ttyS1 onto
       stdout. You can specify the device and the baud rate of the device.


       ttylog follows  the  GNU  command  line  syntax,  with  long  options  starting  with  two
       dashes('-').  A summary of the options is included below:

       -h, --help
              Displays a little help

       -v, --version
              Version number of ttylog plus Copyright information

       -b, --baud
              Baud  rate of the device. Available baud rates: 300, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200,
              38400, 57600 and 115200

       -d --device
              The serial device. For example /dev/ttyS1

       -f --flush
              Output buffers are flushed after every write.

       -t --timeout
              How long to run ttylog, in seconds.


       This manual page was originally written by Tibor Koleszar <>, for  the
       Debian  GNU/Linux  system.   Modifications  and  updates  written  by  Robert  James  Clay

                                            2016-06-02                                  TTYLOG(8)