ConMan is a serial console management program designed to support a large
number of console devices and simultaneous users. It currently supports
local serial devices and remote terminal servers (via the telnet protocol).
Its features include:
- mapping symbolic names to console devices
- logging all output from a console device to file
- supporting monitor (R/O), interactive (R/W), and
broadcast (W/O) modes of console access
- allowing clients to join or steal console "write" privileges
- executing Expect scripts across multiple consoles in parallel
conman conman is a program for connecting to remote consoles being managed by conmand. Console names can be separated by spaces and/or commas. Globbing is used by... conman.conf The conman.conf configuration file is used to specify the consoles being managed by conmand. Comments are introduced by a hash sign (#), and continue until the... conmand conmand is the daemon responsible for managing consoles defined by its configuration file as well as listening for connections from clients.