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sockin(1)		  BSD General Commands Manual		     sockin(1)

NAME
     sockin -- a utility for piping textual program output into	a UNIX domain
     socket.

SYNOPSIS
     sockin [-t	timeout] socket
     sockin [-d] [-t timeout] socket command arg ...

DESCRIPTION
     When executed without a command argument sockin accepts text on stdin and
     writes it to socket which must be a UNIX domain socket.

     In	the second form, command specifies a command to	execute	for which it's
     input and output will be redirected to socket

OPTIONS
     sockin accepts the	following options.

     -d		 When executing	a command this option makes the	command	become
		 a daemon after	redirecting it's output	to the socket

     -t	timeout	 The timeout in	seconds	to wait	for the	socket to be ready be-
		 fore giving up. The default is	to give	up immediately on
		 failure.

SEE ALSO
     bsnmp-regex(8)

AUTHOR
     Stef Walter <stef@memberwebs.com>

bsnmp-regex		       February	22, 2020		   bsnmp-regex

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