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pipe a serial port to a command that blocks? </dev/ttyACM0 nc -l 1234

For practical purposes I have only one shot at testing this, so I wonder how will </dev/ttyACM0 nc -k -l 1234 work when no client is connected. Will the kernel buffer all the serial data, will the ...
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Nested Redirection in BASH

I have a scenario where I want to filter log files. To do this I am wanting to follow the last 10 lines or so of a log file and as new lines are read in, pipe them through an awk program and then ...
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Unix bidirectional pipe on commandline

I've been able to use this linux command to connect Netcat to a serial port: nc -l 80 <> /dev/ttyS0 I would like to be able to log this transaction. My backup plan is to use Wireshark to ...