Live broadcast of terminal sessions.
Ever wanted to quickly show what you're doing to some friends? Maybe you're seeing a weird error and would like some help. Or the other way around: some friend of yours is asking for help on something, then you start to ping-pong: you tell a command, he pastes the output, then you tell another, and so on...
The objective of shellshare.net is to provide an easy way to broadcast your terminal live. No signups, no configurations, anything: simply run a command and you're good to go.
Copy and paste the following line in your terminal:
wget -qO shellshare https://get.shellshare.net && python shellshare
If you don't have
wget installed (as in Mac OS X), you can use
curl -sLo shellshare https://get.shellshare.net && python shellshare
You'll see a line saying
Sharing session in https://shellshare.net/r/h2Uont4F8bvZ8VDjHb (your link will be different).
Anyone that opens this link will be able to see what you're doing in your
terminal. When you're done, type
exit or hit CTRL+D.
It requires Node 4.2.x (but should work with earlier versions), npm, Gulp and MongoDB. Considering that these dependencies are installed on your local machine, run:
npm install npm start
This will run the server on localhost:3000. To
broadcast to this instance, use the
--server option of the client, as
./public/bin/shellshare --server localhost:3000
This project is intended for live broadcasts only. If you'd like to record your terminal, check asciinema.org.
Copyright 2015 Vitor Baptista
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