talk,ntalk,ytalk ? from X

talk,ntalk,ytalk ? from X

Post by Rick Mantoot » Fri, 19 May 1995 04:00:00

What d'ya think?


My PC ----->SLIP---> HOST -----------------> JohnDoe's PC

On since Thu May 18 14:59 (CST) on ttyp0, idle 0:01, from
New mail received Thu May 18 16:10 1995 (CST)
No Plan

JohnDoe is on the HOST onsite network.

I just want to "ntalk" to JohnDoe.

I think I need to:

This should contact him but I don't know what he is receiving at his
PC.  I would be interested in trying this with someone to see if it is
possible or if I am just nuts.

Any answers?
Any takers?

Let me know.
Rick Mantooth

Quote: If it was easy, Anyone could do it!


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I've got 1.1.45 installed.

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