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hi
some body can tell me how can i send the banner to another person on unix i mean big words
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by:ecw
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e.g.

(echo "Subject: banner\n" ; banner "hello world") | mail oops13@somwher
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by:MorFF
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Find out their tty number, or pty number, and

banner "blah blah" > /dev/ttyno

Cheers - MorFF
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by:oops13
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re hello
morff and ecw this command cant sending to onther person who is sitting to other place
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by:oops13
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re hello
morff and ecw this command cant going to onther person who is sitting to other place but he is logon our unix system
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ringerso earned 50 total points
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to send a banner to the screen of the user dbrwi type the following
banner "text here" > file_name; write dbrwi < file_name
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by:oops13
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thank its work ringeros thank u very much
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