Serial console server daemon/client
Conserver is an application that allows multiple users to watch a
serial console at the same time. It can log the data, allows users to
take write-access of a console (one at a time), and has a variety of
bells and whistles to accentuate that basic functionality.
Bryan Stansell (email@example.com)
See the INSTALL file for installation, the conserver.html file for
an overview, and the man pages for specifics.
The latest version can be found at http://www.conserver.com/
Mirrors of the site are at:
I put together the sample configuration files in this directory in hopes
that it would help folks see some of the possibilities of the
configuration file format. Each of the files are syntatically correct,
but have never actually been used.
Each file is basically built upon the previous...theoretically, if not
actually. Hopefully they'll help show some of the cool things you can
do with the con
This is the Conserver FAQ. Any suggestions/corrections/etc should be
directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. The FAQ answers the following questions:
1) What is conserver?
2) Where can I find the software?
3) How do I deal with these serial ports?
4) How can I tell what compile-time defaults were used?
5) What does "conserver: getservbyname: cons
CONSOLE(1) conserver CONSOLE(1)
console - consol
CONSERVER.CF(5) conserver CONSERVER.CF(5)
conserver.cf - c
CONSERVER.PASSWD(5) conserver CONSERVER.PASSWD(5)
CONSERVER(8) conserver CONSERVER(8)
conserver - cons
version 8.1.16 (Apr 10, 2007):
- added 'replstring' substitution option -
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