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  • tasos42
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    Very good. I propose though, you should add a flag to output ascii and utf strings without the hex equivalent, this will make sniffing such data much more readable. I used it to debug my project, so i'll add you to my aknowledgements

    Posted 02/14/2014
  • hanspeed
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    very good. but I want it to display what content I send. so I can know if I send the right content from my app. thank you.

    Posted 06/04/2013
  • helloworld_c
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    I needed a different output (pure hex, single line space) and after changing just two lines of code I was there. The power of open source!

    Posted 03/26/2013
  • mj2k
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    Unlike my previous poster indicated this program works well with Unix 98 ptys. Just use the -u parameter (or --unix98 instead).

    Posted 10/21/2012
  • obooklage
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    Very nice with wine also ! : Launch ./slsnif -un /dev/ttyS0 --log dump.log Read /tmp/slsnif_pty -> /dev/pts/5 Set wine by ln -s /dev/pts/5 ~/.wine/dosdevices/com3 Then run windows application set on com3 ! All is dumped in the file. Great- Thx.

    Posted 05/17/2012
  • cmcqueen1975
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    I get an error: Failed to open a pty: No such file or directory It seems that it only works with the "legacy" pseudo-terminals such as /dev/ttyp0 etc, and not the newer Unix 98 pty system. The program needs an update to support this.

    Posted 05/14/2012