Re: intent to package rinetd
Speaking of socket type programs, there is a program by
Mr. R. Stevens (the famous unix networking author) called sock which
allows configuration of all the socket flags, and acts as both server and
client sinking or souring packets that are adjustable. Though its been 3
years since I used sock, the 1990 version of the program was not completely
finished as I remember, but it was very useful utility indeed. A lot easier
to use than netcat.
The copyright was either bsd or public domain (if memory serves).
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