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The main advantage of YTalk is the ability to communicate with any arbitrary number of users at once. It supports both talk protocols ("talk" and "ntalk") and can communicate with several different talk daemons at the same time.
You may also spawn a command shell in your talk window and let other users watch. YTalk supports a basic set of VT100 control codes, as well as job control (BSD support added in 3.1.3)
YTalk YTalk is a compatible replacement for the Unix talk(1) program, which adds a number of features. Mainly, it can talk to more than one person at a time, and it can the two different types of talk daemons out there. For compilation and installation instructions, please see the file `INSTALL'. The gist of it is: ./configure make make install YTalk is free software, which can be fr more»
YTalk(1) YTalk(1) NAME ytalk - A multi-user chat program. SYNOPSIS ytalk [-s] [-Y] [-E] [-i] [-q] [-v] [-h hostname_or_ip] user‐ name... DESCRIPTION YTalk 3.3.0 YTalk is in essence a multi-user chat program. It works almost exactly like the UNIX talk program and even communi‐ cates more»
YTalk: Multi-user talk client For news and updates, visit http://www.impul.se/ytalk/ version 3.3.0 New features: * YTalk now recognizes GNU talk (gtalk) * Much improved VT100 support Changes: * YTalk is now released under the GNU GPL * The X11 interface has been removed since no one was using it and it had grown way too outdated * Unidentified talk clients are now called "BSD talk", more»
Current maintainer: Andreas Kling Originally written by: Britt Yenne Past maintainers: Jessi more»
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