sysrqd is a small daemon for managing Linux's Sysrq system over a network. It is designed to be very responsive even under heavy load and to be somehow reliable. Authentication is made by clear password.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: A crash in authentication triggered by using nmap or similar software was fixed.
Release Notes: This version is more solid regarding swap moving. A bug in the authentication process was fixed.
Release Notes: This release will never go to swap (always stays in RAM). A file has been added to bind to only one IP address instead of any.
Release Notes: A problem with the pid file was fixed. daemon() is used to fork correctly in the background. An unused TCP port is used to listen.
Release Notes: This release adds syslog support. It forks in the background and writes a PID file.