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tio

Section: Misc. Reference Manual Pages (1)
Updated: June 2018
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NAME

tio - a simple TTY terminal I/O application

 

SYNOPSIS

tio[<options>] <tty-device>

 

DESCRIPTION

tiois a simple TTY terminal application which features a straightforwardcommandline interface to easily connect to TTY devices for basic input/output.

 

OPTIONS

-b, --baudrate <bps>

Set baud rate [bps] (default: 115200).

-d, --databits 5|6|7|8

Set data bits (default: 8).

-f, --flow hard|soft|none

Set flow control (default: none).

-s, --stopbits 1|2

Set stop bits (default: 1).

-p, --parity odd|even|none

Set parity (default: none).

-o, --output-delay <ms>

Set output delay [ms] inserted between each sent character (default: 0).

-n, --no-autoconnect

Disable automatic connect.

By default tio automatically connects to the provided device if present. If the device is not present, it will wait for it to appear and then connect. If the connection is lost (eg. device disconnects), it will wait for the device to reappear and then reconnect.

However, if the--no-autoconnectoption is provided, tio will exit if the device is not present or an established connection is lost.

-e, --local-echo

Enable local echo.

-l, --log <filename>

Log to file.

-m, --map <flags>

Map (replace, translate) special characters on input or output. The following mapping flags are supported:

ICRNL
Map CR to NL on input (unless IGNCR is set).
IGNCR
Ignore CR on input.
INLCR
Map NL to CR on input.
INLCRNL
Map NL to CR-NL on input.
OCRNL
Map CR to NL on output.
ODELBS
Map DEL to BS on output.
ONLCRNL
Map NL to CR-NL on output.If defining more than one flag, the flags must be comma separated.

-v, --version

Display program version.

-h, --help

Display help.

 

KEYS

In session, the following key sequences are intercepted as tio commands:
ctrl-t ?
List available key commands
ctrl-t b
Send serial break (triggers SysRq on Linux, etc.)
ctrl-t c
Show configuration (baudrate, databits, etc.)
ctrl-t e
Toggle local echo mode
ctrl-t h
Toggle hexadecimal mode
ctrl-t l
Clear screen
ctrl-t q
Quit
ctrl-t s
Show TX/RX statistics
ctrl-t t
Send ctrl-t key code

 

EXAMPLES

Typical use is without options. For example:

tio /dev/ttyUSB0

Which corresponds to the commonly used options:

tio -b 115200 -d 8 -f none -s 1 -p none /dev/ttyUSB0

It is recommended to connect serial tty devices by ID. For example:

tio /dev/serial/by-id/usb-FTDI_TTL232R-3V3_FTGQVXBL-if00-port0

Using serial devices by ID ensures that tio automatically reconnects to thecorrect serial device if the device is disconnected and then reconnected.

 

WEBSITE

Visit https://tio.github.io

 

AUTHOR

Written by Martin Lund <martin.lundAATTkeep-it-simple.com>.


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
KEYS
EXAMPLES
WEBSITE
AUTHOR

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