This package makes easy to handle TCP requests on the command-line.
You can both send and receive messages with the portability only Bash can offer.
umq is quite a toolbox – there are several ways you can use it.
Let’s take a server, for example.
The following will create a server and listen on
3000 for all incoming TCP messages.
You can connect and read from the server by using
Pushing data is just as easy:
umq with the histo viewer allows for data to be streamed via TCP to a histogram chart.
See cpu-stream for a preview.
Streaming messages to all users via the
wall program. See wall-server.