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Multicat(1)						      General Commands Manual						       Multicat(1)

multicat - Multicast equivalent of Netcat SYNOPSIS
multicat [-i <RT priority>] [-t <ttl>] [-p <PCR PID>] [-s <chunks>] [-n <chunks>] [-d <time>] [-a] [-S <SSRC IP>] [-u] [-U] [-m <payload size>] <input item> <output item> DESCRIPTION
Multicat is a 1 input/1 output application. Inputs and outputs can be network streams (unicast and multicast), files, character devices or FIFOs. It is thought to be a multicast equivalent of the popular netcat tool. Multicat tries to rebuild the internal clock of the input stream; but it wants to remain agnostic of what is transported, so in case of files the said clock is stored to an auxiliary file (example.aux accompanies example.ts) while recording. Other inputs are considered "live", and the input clock is simply derived from the reception time of the packets. ITEMS
Item format <file path | device path | FIFO path | network host> Host format [<connect addr>[:<connect port>]][@[<bind addr][:<bind port>]] OPTIONS
-a Append to existing destination file (risky) -d <time> Exit after a definite time (in 27 MHz units) -i <RT priority> Real time priority -h Show summary of options -m <payload size> Size of the payload chunk, excluding optional RTP header (default 1316) -n <chunks> Exit after playing N chunks of payload -p <PCR PID> PCR PID -s <chunks> Skip the first N chunks of payload -S <SSRC IP> Overwrite or create RTP SSRC -t <ttl> TTL of the packets send by multicat -u Source has no RTP header -U Destination has no RTP header SEE ALSO
aggregartp(1), desaggregartp(1). ingests(1). offsets(1). Read the README file for more information about the configuration of multicat. AUTHOR
multicat was written by Christophe Massiot. LICENCE
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of version 2 of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation. This manual page was written by Remi Duraffort <ivoire at videolan dot org>, for the Debian project (and may be used by others). Multicat 1.0 August 23, 2010 Multicat(1)

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Bio::PrimerDesigner::epcr - A class for accessing the epcr binary SYNOPSIS
use Bio::PrimerDesigner::epcr; DESCRIPTION
A low-level interface to the e-PCR binary. Uses supplied PCR primers, DNA sequence and stringency parameters to predict both expected and unexpected PCR products. METHODS
run Sets up the e-PCR request for a single primer combination and returns an Bio::PrimerDesigner::Result object If the permute flag is true, all three possible primer combinations will be tested (ie: forward + reverse, forward + forward, reverse + reverse) request Assembles the e-PCR config file and command-line arguments and send the e-PCR request to the local e-PCR binary or remote server. verify Check to make that the e-PCR binary is installed and functioning properly. Since e-PCR returns nothing if no PCR product is found in the sequence, we have to be able to distinguish between a valid, undefined output from a functioning e-PCR and an undefined output for some other reason. verify uses sham e-PCR data that is known to produce a PCR product. binary_name Defines the binary's name on the system. list_aliases There are no aliases to list for epcr. list_params Returns a list of e-PCR configuration options. Required e-PCR input is a sequence string or file and the left and right primers. Default values will be used for the remaining options if none are supplied. AUTHOR
Copyright (C) 2003-2009 Sheldon McKay <>, Ken Youens-Clark <>. LICENSE
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; version 3 or any later version. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA. SEE ALSO
Bio::PrimerDesigner::primer3. perl v5.10.0 2009-08-04 Bio::PrimerDesigner::epcr(3pm)
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