ctlportslave(1) Portslave ctlportslave(1)NAME
ctlportslave - terminal server control and monitor program.
ctlportslave [-f [-p password] [-r password]]
This manual page documents briefly the ctlportslave, program.
This program is a management program for the portslave program.
OPTIONS -f act as finger daemon.
specify the finger password.
specify the password to reset a port through the finger daemon.
This program can be run as a finger daemon. Just set it up in your inetd configuration to be listening on the finger port. Then run fin-
ger help@nas to get more information.
This man page was written by Russell Coker <email@example.com>. May be freely used and distributed without restriction.
SEE ALSO pslave.conf(5), pppd(8), portslave(8) http://doc.coker.com.au/projects/portslave/
Russell Coker <firstname.lastname@example.org> 2010.03.30 ctlportslave(1)
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funnel(1) logtools funnel(1)NAME
funnel - split one pipe stream to one or more files or programs
funnel [|] [>[>]file] [|process]
The funnel program will read data from standard input and write it to several output streams.
The | symbol means to copy standard input to standard output.
The > symbol means that a file name immediately follows with no separating spaces, the file will be truncated if it exists or created if it
doesn't. The >> means that the file is to be appended to if it exists.
A | symbol followed immediately by text indicates a command that is to be run by system() and will have all input piped to it.
0 No errors
1 Error opening input
Other errors are 100 + number of commands or files that fail
This program, its manual page, and the Debian package were written by Russell Coker <email@example.com>.
Uses popen (3) for output so that shell expansion gets performed. If you want such shell expansion then you must ensure that you quote the
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