Jacob Nevins wrote:
> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> >It is nice to see if PuTTY can work with unix domain sockets / windows
> >named pipe.
> PuTTY doesn't directly support this.
> However, it does support a "local proxy" where input/output come from a
> process' standard input / output.
> If you can find a command which will connect that to a Unix domain
> socket / named pipe, you should be fine.
> 0.58 supports this on Unix, but on Windows you'll need a recent
> development snapshot for local proxy support.
It is hard to find a tool to attech a named pipe to telnet connection
or STDIO for windows.
As the serial backend is done, I think UNIX domain socket / named pipe
can be easily done by modify the serial backend a bit.
named pipe example:
UNIX domain socket example: