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Linux Today – Communicating with other users on the Linux command line

Linux Today – Communicating with other users on the Linux command line

Mar 09, 2020, 11:00 (zero Talkback[s])


(Other tales by Sandra Henry-Stocker)

The wall command (as in “write all”) lets you ship a message to all users who’re presently logged into the system. This implies that the system is probably going a server and that users are working on the command line. While the wall command is usually utilized by sysadmins to ship out notices to users to let ship out data (e.g., that the server goes down for upkeep), it may be utilized by any person.

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