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hi..

simple q
..how to broadcast message to all connected
user or to a specific user in solaris 8

thanks
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ayoung1969 earned 80 total points
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Hi,

The easiest way is to use the "wall" command.
This sends a broadcast message to all connected users.
You can use wall to broadcast the contents of a file or it will broadcast whatever you type.
See the man pages for exact usage.....
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tq it works
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