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unix-socket-client I was messing around with memcached, which has an option to run a local daemon using a unix socket rather than binding to a tcp port, and was looking for a program that could interact with it like telnet could with internet hosts, but couldn't find any, other than a non-standard patch to netcat, which wasn't installed on the needed machine, so I created this. The client works by sending stdin to the socket and printing data read from the socket to stdout. A simple server is provided for testing. It will run a given command for each connected peer. It is only capable of handling one peer at a time. Install by running make. Copy the executables whereever (into your $PATH for instance).