ScreenX TV Client is software that enables you to broadcast your terminal to the web. The broadcasted terminal is displayed at ScreenX TV in real time.
- GCC Compiler
- Screen command
- Mac OS X:
brew install screen
sudo aptitude install screen
- Windows: Download and install this via Cygwin.
- Mac OS X:
How to Start
Download source of ScreenX TV Client.
git clone https://github.com/screenxtv/screenxtv-gcc-client.git
Compile the source.
Run the ScreenX TV Client.
Then, fill in the given items to start broadcasting your terminal.
Done! Open the given URL with your web browser and share it with your friends :)
How to Stop/Resume
To stop broadcasting, type
exitin the broadcasted screen.
NOTE: ScreenX TV holds your session for 10 minutes after the
If you'd like to resume, re-run the client program.
Then, the program automatically detects and attaches the session to resume.
- ScreenX TV
- ScreenX TV GCC Client
- ScreenX TV Ruby Client
- ScreenX TV Sandbox
- ScreenX TV News
- ScreenX (Java-based stand-alone Software)
(The MIT License)
Copyright (c) 2012 Tomoya Ishida
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