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eRedMan  is a pipe redirection manager for eComStation and OS/2. eRedMan is a general pipe redirection utility (like printmon.exe or print2ps.cmd that comes with ePDF). Its equivalent in the Windows world is RedMon. eRedMan is able to monitor multiple pipes and associate one program to each pipe and execute that program, whenever data was written to the pipe. Latest addition is a commandline switch to setup a printer port for Samba i.e. run eredman /setup:smb
 
eRedMan  is a pipe redirection manager for eComStation and OS/2. eRedMan is a general pipe redirection utility (like printmon.exe or print2ps.cmd that comes with ePDF). Its equivalent in the Windows world is RedMon. eRedMan is able to monitor multiple pipes and associate one program to each pipe and execute that program, whenever data was written to the pipe. Latest addition is a commandline switch to setup a printer port for Samba i.e. run eredman /setup:smb
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Latest revision as of 04:00, 3 April 2021

ERedMan
NA.png
Version 0.9.3
Vendor
Author Herwig Bauernfeind
License
Download [1]
Website [2]

eRedMan is a pipe redirection manager for eComStation and OS/2. eRedMan is a general pipe redirection utility (like printmon.exe or print2ps.cmd that comes with ePDF). Its equivalent in the Windows world is RedMon. eRedMan is able to monitor multiple pipes and associate one program to each pipe and execute that program, whenever data was written to the pipe. Latest addition is a commandline switch to setup a printer port for Samba i.e. run eredman /setup:smb