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In write mode data to be sent on the serial device(s) is read from a file or stdin in hexadecimal notation. Data is sent on the serial device(s) line by line.
In read mode data to be read from the serial device(s) is written to a file or stdout in hexadecimal notation. It's even possible to pass the data in between the serial device(s). Several options enhance the way the data is displayed.
README ====== This is jpnevulator. What once started as a Jackpot Navigator emulator (hence the strange name) is now a nice serial sniffer and you can use it to send data on a serial line too. It's sort of like a very simple terminal emulator, like picocom. But jpnevulator uses hexadecimal byte values to display and send along the line. Very handy indeed if you are working a lot with serial proto more»
FAQ === This is actually a quiet lousy FAQ with only one question answered. But the truth is that only one question is asked frequently. Q: Your serial tool seems to block my application. What am I doing wrong? A: It's impossible for two GNU/Linux processes to open the same serial port at the same time. Doing so results in undefined behaviour like you just experienced. Jpnevulator was ne more»
JPNEVULATOR(1) User Commands JPNEVULATOR(1) NAME jpnevulator - Just another serial sniffer SYNOPSIS jpnevulator [OPTION]... <FILE> DESCRIPTION jpnevulator is a handy serial sniffer. You can use it to send data on a serial device too. You can read or write from/to one or more serial devices at the same time. In write (--w more»
jpnevulator (1.3.1-1) unstable; urgency=low * New release. -- Freddy Spierenburg <freddy@snarl. more»
jpnevulator (1.3.1); urgency=low * Fixed spelling error in TODO file. * Fixed typo in manual pa more»
TODO ==== This is the TODO file. Some of these things will eventually happen too. :-) Hey, it appe more»
This package was debianized by Freddy Spierenburg <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Sat, 3 Jun 2006 15:34:17 +02 more»
BUGS ==== This file describes several bugs known as of today. There do exist probably some more, bu more»