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Pipe data through a socket

 
 
Scott
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      12-03-2005
I have a client/server socket written to perform basic commands. What I am
wondering is if I can have the client tell the server.pl tar to stdout
back through the socket where the client would gzip from stdin.

We the firewall rule sets we have ssh is our only option, but that seems
to add more overhead then we like.

If this is possible does anyone have an example?

Thanks
Scott

 
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