[RDD] [Off Topic] Serial Port logger?

Karl Koscher supersat at uwave.fm
Fri Jan 10 14:28:18 EST 2014


Would something as simple as this work?

cat /dev/ttySx >> easlog.txt


On Fri, Jan 10, 2014 at 11:24 AM, Alan Smith <alansmith at flinn.com> wrote:

> Does anyone here use linux systems to also log EAS events to text file,
> and if so, what package do you recommend?
>
> A little more detail:
>
> The group I work for has a fair amount of unattended stations with nothing
> more than an automation system at a transmitter site and an internet
> connection for remote access.
>
> Currently, we usually have two systems at each site-one is our DOS based
> automation, the other a windows machine that acts as a "gateway" so that we
> can remote access the DOS machine.  Also, the windows machine logs our EAS
> events as well.  I am familiar with two separate Windows loggers, once
> called "serial logger service" [original website down] which I greatly
> prefer, but also "EASMON".
>
> I would like to kill 2 birds with one stone if I can and also have our
> Rivendell log EAS events if its possible at these unattended sites.  These
> particular stations are nothing more thank jukeboxes, so the systems aren't
> stressed at all.  I am researching and found a few solutions, but I figure
> its best to ask the experts rather than reinvent the wheel.
>
> Thanks!
>
> -Alan
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