I sometimes termcast, when I'm doing something I think may be interesting.
To see my termcasts
- You need to have IPv6 working. The easiest way is probably via Teredo;
apt-get install miredo.
- Make sure your terminal is at least 80x32 in size. (I sometimes use 127x34 too, so bigger the better.) If you see corruption, try a bigger size.
- telnet darkstar.kitenet.net
Setup your own termcast
The general idea is that inetd runs a script that uses ttyplay to display what I'm doing to users who telnet in. In the meantime, I'm using ttyrec to record it, with screen running inside that, and a tweaked screen setup that tells me how many people are watching. Here's how to set it up.
Get a static IPv6 address. For this, I use a tunnel from SixXs.
/etc/inetd.conf, lightly edited:
telnet stream tcp4 nowait joey /usr/sbin/tcpd /home/joey/bin/termcast-play telnet stream tcp6 nowait joey /usr/sbin/tcpd /home/joey/bin/termcast-play
- For now, I also recommend using my patched version of
ttyrecfrom http://git.joeyh.name/?p=ttyrec.git, which fixes many bugs and makes significant improvements.