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Re[2]: Using Tor signals on Win32 NT (eg. pseudo-signals)?

Unfortunately,  powershell is not any sort of standalone, and requires
the  entire  .net  framework  be  installed to use it, from what I can


Wednesday, August 2, 2006, 4:45:46 PM, you wrote:

> Hi eric,

> eric.jung@xxxxxxxxx wrote: Open a socket connection to the Tor
> process's control port and send the desired plaintext commands. You
> can't natively open sockets with a windows batch files, but you can
> with Monad (renamed to PowerShell), the new command shell and
> scripting from Microsoft. Although it's marketed for Windows Vista,
> it works with any NT-based OS (e.g., XP, NT, Server 2003, etc) and
> is a free download. WIth PowerShell, you have native access to any
> .NET and/or COM object--including socket wrapper objects.

> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_PowerShell

> Thanks for the info!  I am reading up on PowerShell now and hope to figure it out tonight.

> Thanks for the help, Anogerogeo :-)

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