How can I sniff packets communicated through serial port on Linux?
There are a few options:
I tried to use slsnif, but I found that I got an error:
This mailing list item indicates that slsnif only supports the "legacy" pseudo-terminals (
I tried interceptty, and was successful in using it. First I ran it on the port of interest:
Then I connected the program-under-test to the pseudo-terminal
Try using jpnevulator (debian packaged) or slsniff, from http://slsnif.sourceforge.net/
protected by Chris S May 14 '12 at 2:50
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