interceptty is a program that sits between a serial port (or other tty-style device) and an application, and logs everything that passes through it. It is designed to let you see exactly what's going to your serial port. It can also act as a logging serial-to-Ethernet client or server.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: A nasty /dev/ptmx permission bug when running as root was fixed. A few features useful for when running as root were added, including changing UID and GID, chroot, and setting specific permissions on the pty.
Release Notes: In this release, more portable pseudo-TTY code now allows interceptty to run on newer Linux kernels, OpenBSD, and Solaris, and will make it easier to port to other platforms.
Release Notes: This version adds several new types of backends and frontends. New backends include a network client, Unix socket client, the input and output of a program, or directly using file descriptors prepared by a cooperating program. New frontends include a network server, Unix socket server, or directly using file descriptors prepared by a cooperating program. The Unix socket server is compatible with newer versions of VMware.
Release Notes: An options parsing problem has been fixed
Release Notes: A fix for a problem with an incorrectly parsed command-line switch, a number of cosmetic changes, and a fix for an incorrect copy of license file COPYING included with older distributions.