Rtl_tcp console messages.what the hell?

Hi there!
I’m using rtl_tcp with a dongle but when i connect to the device running
rtl_tcp i get a lot of these messages:

11+, now 1
11-, now 0

.
.
.
.
.
.

what does they mean? how can i avoid diplayng these messages?

Many thanks!

Maybe i’m loosing packets?

On 19 Sep 2012 15:09, Favati wrote:

Hi there!
I’m using
rtl_tcp with a dongle but when i connect to the device running

rtl_tcp i get a lot of these messages:

11+, now 1
11-, now 0

.
.
.
.
.
.

what does they mean? how can i avoid
diplayng these messages?

Many thanks!


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I assume those
are internal debugging messages.

Most Linux applications that use
stderr/stdout for logging purposes can have their stdout/stderr
redirected to /dev/null:

rtl_tcp whatever-parameters-it-takes

/dev/null 2>&1

Then anything it prints out will silently be
discarded.

If you want finer control than that, you’ll have to modify
the source code.

thanks!

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