I am trying to take the input from a serial port and write it to a file and also then read the file and send it back out the serial port to the host computer. A coworker suggested using the "tee" command but I can't find a good example/wrap my mind around the command. Is it possible to do this with "tee"? it seems that tee can only do one command, like cating a file to a different place, but not cating the port then writing to the document then reading the document and then sending it over the port. Or am i just not understanding the basics of the "tee" command.
In the above, example it presents the text in STDOUT and writes it to
So considering bash shell, your example could be-
So if serial-port is 20002 then the above command would look like