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Serial port capture

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I am looking for a simple program, similar to Windows Hyperterminal.

The desired feature of a capture program is to capture the steady stream of data from a serial port to a file, then save the file at prescribed times, such as twice a day (once a day is ok). The file with the capture data can not be overwritten.

Anyone can point me in right direction? Web site?

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