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The RECEIVE command notifies the system that you are willing to accept
communication links, advice, user messages, and system messages.
argument is a keyword, chosen from the list below,
naming the kind of communication you are
willing to accept.
RECEIVE Command Arguments
ADVICE allows both assistance and communication
links initiated by another user's ADVISE or
LINK allows communication links established by
another user's TALK command.
SYSTEM-MESSAGES allows notices of new mail and messages of
interest to all users sent by the operator or
other privileged users.
USER-MESSAGES allows messages sent by another user's SEND
Default - LINKS, SYSTEM-MESSAGES, and
Typing RECEIVE During Attempted TALK
If your terminal has been set to refuse links and another
user tries to talk to you by using the TALK command, both
terminals will give a series of CTRL/G signals (ringing
bells or beeps) indicating the refused attempt. If you give
the RECEIVE LINKS command before these signals are finished,
the TALK command will succeed.
ADVISE for sending commands to another
INFORMATION TERMINAL-MODE for examining your current terminal
REFUSE for refusing communication links,
advice, and system and user
SEND for sending a message to another
TALK for linking your terminal to
another user's terminal
TERMINAL INHIBIT for refusing all types of terminal
communication including links,
advice, system messages, user
messages, and notices of new mail.
1. Give the RECEIVE command to accept communication links from
2. Set your terminal to receive links, at the request (sent via
the MAIL program, not shown here) of another user. Begin a
communication session with this user, during which you give
the RECEIVE ADVICE command also, to allow a demonstration of
the UDP program. Afterwards, set your terminal again to
LINK FROM RENQUIST, TTY 127
@;THANKS, BUT IF YOU LET ME DO AN "ADVISE" I CAN SHOW YOU
@;HOW TO RUN THE PROGRAM BY ACTUALLY DOING IT. OKAY?
@;SURE, I'LL FIX MY SETTING.
Escape character is <CTRL>E, type <CTRL>^? for help
LATTA, MISC:<LATTA> Job 33 EXEC
@;YOU'LL GET A PRINTED LISTING TOMORROW.
@;DO YOU SEE HOW I DID IT?
@;YES, THANKS. GOODBYE.