tcpscript script will open a TCP port to allow anyone to connect to it using telnet and see in real time what you see...
Version: 0.2tcpscript script will open a TCP port to allow anyone to connect to it using telnet and see in real time what you see on the terminal.
License: BSD License
Operating System: Linux
Run "tcpscript", tell your friend to connect, and he will see your terminal. There, "resize -s LINES COLS" is helpful for curses programs in xterm; try to use compatible terminals/emulators. An example use is to use 'vim' in it as a blackboard over phone/chat calls.
Usage: script [-l maxconns] [-p port] [-q] [-t]
What's New in This Release:
· xterm-resize commands are now sent to telnet clients.
· Those using telnet in a xterm will get the proper terminal size at connection and when the server resizes its window.
· 'curses' applications will start correctly at once in this case.
· The server now disables the client's telnet local echo.