Saturday, October 13, 2012
Last weekend, I made a handy little command line utility called "unlog" (Udp Network LOGger). You can find the source here. Once installed (and added to the path), just type unlog, if you want a timestamp or not, the port and then the file. Then, unlog sits on that port and writes all of the UDP packets it gets to the file of your choice. This might be handy for debugging UDP based ROV control applications or really just anything related UDP.
Sunday, October 7, 2012
This is just an interesting little bash script that somebody may be able to make use of. If you want any explanations regarding the script, you can either ask me in the comments or use Google (I'm new to bash so it probably will be more helpful that I will be).
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