Control #twatch from Linux command line

Posted on Thursday, June 16th, 2011 in #twatch by Ian

llauren used Netcat to control his #twatch:

I received my #twatch the other day. I found out that the most basic way to speak to the #twatch is using Netcat (nc). Netcat probably comes as standard with most Linux distros and if it doesn’t, then install it. On a Debian-flavour platform (like Ubuntu)

Via the forum.

This should get pushed to Twitter. Hopefully.

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