Communicating With Users Using ntalkd And ytalk
Daemon News talks about
ntalkd And ytalk.
"When you run the proper talk command and arguments, the talk client will appear on the screen with panes. The top pane is what you would type in and the bottom pane is what the remote user's response will be printed. To exit out of the client, press CTRL+C (or C-c for EMACS users, or ^C if you prefer)."
(Submitted by Noel Thu Jun 6, 2002 )
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