Forum: GNU Radio How to write the payload to a named pipe?

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4f23ce70930197295cbf054e998c79b9?d=identicon&s=25 Brook Lin (Guest)
on 2009-01-22 22:39
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Hi All,

I am doing video transmission using OFDM. At the receiver side, I save
payload to a file, meanwhile, use VLC to access this file to play the
video.
However, VLC stops play the content while it reaches to the end of the
file,
and does not wait for the continuosly coming payload. Is that possible
if I
write the payload to a named pipe rather than to a file and let VLC read
from that to solve this problem? If it is possible, how to write the
payload
to a named pipe?

Thanks,
Brook
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