Transmits a shell session to be shown in real time in various different
computers or terminals.
transmits data in real time to clients via a network connection. Each one of
these clients must run the
program to establish connection and receive the
transmitted data. Clients can connect and disconnect at any given time, but of
course they will only receive the data that is transmitted while they are
connected (just like a radio transmission/reception system).
The gems system is normally used to transmit a console session and show it
in various computers at the same time, but it is also possible to transmit any
other kind of data.
IP address where connections will be accepted.
TCP port. Default: 6666.
Do not accept more than
simultaneous clients. Default: 25.
clients are connected before starting the transmission. This is useful to
ensure that the first
clients will receive all data transmitted. The default behavior is to
start transmission immediately, without waiting for client connections.
By default, the server does not write log messages. This option configures
the destination of logs. The
argument can be `syslog' (to log through
`stderr' (to log through standard error output), or it can be an arbitrary
filename (log messages will be appended to the file, if it exists).
By default, the server executes the
program to take terminal data and transmit it. When this option is used
the server will not run script, and data will be read form standard input.
Specifies the location of the
Show a short help message.
Show version information.
creates this file on initialization and deletes it on exit. PORT is replaced
by the TCP port used.
will not run if this file is already present in the system.