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Changelog.txt 19511-Aug-2020 18:13
README 53111-Aug-2020 18:13
tcpconsole_0.3-4_amd64.deb 1049804-Jun-2015 12:57
tcpconsole_0.3-4_i386.deb 996004-Jun-2015 12:57
tcpconsole_0.3-5_amd64.deb 1119021-Apr-2020 15:42
tcpconsole_0.3-5_i386.deb 1064621-Apr-2020 15:42
tcpconsole is an network emergency console for Linux.
 It uses lowlevel Linux specific systemcalls. When your system no longer 
 responds to ssh/telnet logins, you can still connect to tcpconsole (using 
 standard telnet) and get a screendump of the physical console, the 
 process-list, do 'sysrq'-calls (for system debugging and crash recovery) and 
 list the contents of the Linux kernel message buffer (dmesg). The program 
 does not do any fork()ing and as little as possible other resource-allocation.
 Default port is 4095.