ytalk

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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. To install this commands are usefull: ./configure make make install YTalk was written and maintained by Britt Yenne up to verison 3.0pl2. That version was released years ago, and there have been no new releases since then, so I (Roger Espel Llima, ) have taken up maintenance, updating the code to work with newer Unixes, fixing bugs and adding new features. YTalk is free software, which can be freely redistributed, used and modified as long as the copyright notices are kept in the source and header files..

Ytalk - Unix Talk - Unix - Compatible - New - Program - Chat - Communications

Published By:Roger Espel Llima

License Type:Freeware

Date Added:25 October, 2010

Version:3.1.1

Price:Free

Downloads:52

Size:82.9 KB

Platform: Linux

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