talk & rusers Linux 1.2.13 Or 1.3.94

talk & rusers Linux 1.2.13 Or 1.3.94

Post by Olivier Dalo » Sat, 27 Apr 1996 04:00:00

Hy everyone !

Here is a little question about the use of talk and rusers :
I try to talk to someone on the net by whether talk or ytalk
and I get blocked while checking invitation on calling machine...

Also when using rusers, I always get a Segmentation fault with
no arguments for instance. It does :
rusers <cr>

blah    blah
blah    blah blah
Segmentation fault

Any clue ?

Thanks for helping

Olivier DALOY
Ecole Normale Superieure De Cachan


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