Skyla-read Options

-a Alternative path
Write files to this directory when writing to 'path' fails.
Note: The directory needs to be (group) writable by the process owner.
-b baud rate
Supported are 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600 and 115200 bps.
The default baudrate is 115200 bps.
Note: Not all of these speeds are supported by Skyla VB1.
-c
Enable RTS CTS flow control.
Note: Not supported by Skyla VB1.
-d TTY device
The tty is set to RAW, 8N1.
-D
Enable debug.
-g Group Id
When the UID is specified and the GID is not, the GID is set to the UID.
Note: This GID may not exist or may belong to an other user.
-h
Print help and exit.
-i
Ignore stdin.
-l Log file
Log file. The log file is opened in append mode. The file can be shared with other instances of skyla-read.
Log file format: YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss.milliseconds Pid Text
-m Admin email address
Email address to send errors to.
-n File name prefix
File name prefix. The file name is Prefix-YYYYMMDD-hhmmss-ms.txt. When no prefix is specified the TTY name is used. EG: ttyS1-20181224-135557-123.txt
-p Path
Path to output files.
Note: The output files directory needs to be (group) writable by the process owner.
-r Pid dir
Directory for pid files. When no directory is specified it defaults to /run/.
Note: The pid file directory needs to be (group) writable by the process owner.
-s
Strip output. Remove date - time and strings defined in skyskip.h.
Note: Trailing whitespace is always removed.
-u User Id
When the UID is specified and the GID is not, the GID is set to the UID.
Note: This GID may not exist or may belong to an other user.
-v
Print version and exit.
-x
Enable XON XOFF flow control.
Note: Not tested.