pipexec on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (Focal Fossa)

Last updated: May 26,2022

1. Install pipexec package

Please follow the instructions below to install pipexec package:

sudo apt update
sudo apt install pipexec

2. Uninstall / Remove pipexec package

Please follow the instructions below to uninstall pipexec package:

sudo apt remove pipexec
sudo apt autoclean && sudo apt autoremove

3. Details of pipexec package

Package: pipexec
Architecture: amd64
Version: 2.5.5-2
Priority: optional
Section: universe/libs
Origin: Ubuntu
Maintainer: Ubuntu Developers
Original-Maintainer: Thorsten Alteholz
Bugs: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+filebug
Installed-Size: 71
Depends: libc6 (>= 2.10)
Filename: pool/universe/p/pipexec/pipexec_2.5.5-2_amd64.deb
Size: 17520
MD5sum: 7c2736b305ea4b6b4d3dc74470a00fed
SHA1: 3e6dc7264977633f2de6260741309abc42ed1457
SHA256: 0e10c11133d36ac9112150a89fc575fba07106372a28cb9e9e2b8adb6b459a30
Homepage: https://github.com/flonatel/pipexec
Description-en: create a directed graph of processes and pipes
pipexec creates an arbitrary network (directed graph) of processes and
pipes in between - even cycles are possible.
It overcomes the short comings of shells that are typically only able
to create non cyclic trees.
pipexec also monitors all its child processes and is able to restart
the whole network of processes and pipes if one crashes.
Therefore pipexec can be used in SYSV-init or systemd configuration to
run a network of processes.
The package also contains two tools 'ptee' and 'peet' which are the piped
version of the 'tee' and 'eet' (reverse tee) commands.
Description-md5: eb226c36765d758f7d2355c388ecff23