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HI, under unix, we use "talk" to chat , is it possible to record
the talk to a file for later review?
Thanks.
Shane
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by:rickyr
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Hi....
Before you launch talk, try.........
script -a history.txt
regards
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Hi,

      use ytalk version of talk, I think it has possibility to
allow multisession talk of more then two users and as I remember
it shold also save the current session into file.

Hope it helps

                Regards

                             Radovan

         
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