I would like to pipe data from one machine in the command line to another machine over tcp. I guess I could write a socket server but this must already be implemented. For example I could use it to
xz a file and send it over the network to the other side over a specified port, where I could decode and save it:
strarc -c -d:c:/windows | xz -c -z - | magicsend -p 80 -h 192.168.1.100
magicreceive -p 80 | xz -d -f - | strarc -x -d:x:/windows
I would like to do this in Linux and/or Windows with open-source tools. So Linux tools that have a[n unofficial] Windows port are preferable. :)
A working example command line is much appreciated.
(Note that on a Linux example I would do
cat /vmlinuz instead of strarc, sure it's not quite equivalent. ;) )