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Netpipe is a Linux console utility that redirects its standard input and output streams over a TCP/IP socket connection. When combined with the shell's I/O redirection facilities, netpipe is a powerful tool that lets you pipe data between processes running on different machines.
Example #1 — Transferring a file
Either of these two methods will accomplish the transmission of
Important: Netpipe treats
Example #2 — Compressing a file using another machine
1. On machine with the file (carlos):
2. On machine doing the compressing (rita):
Note that this example has carlos listening on two ports and rita connecting to those two ports, but there are three other permutations of connection orientations that would work just as well.
Again, the important thing is to ensure that
Download netpipe, pre-compiled for Mac OS X: i386
Download netpipe source code (public domain)
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