pipexec on Ubuntu 21.10 (Impish Indri)

Last updated: January 31,2023

1. Install pipexec package

This is a short guide on how to install pipexec package:

sudo apt update
sudo apt install pipexec

2. Uninstall / Remove pipexec package

Please follow the guidance 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
SHA512: 78d23cba5a9e08c55fdb305828aa55dff2c347ec9cbcd5a8eca7198b2f8ba49e5a226f71dce2e1da443e3d87953ef98e3821392ffa8544b03c4c73472e14c79c
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.
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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.
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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