How do I broadcast a message to all users in Linux? You can use any symbol, character, or white space in the message. After typing the message use CTRL + D to send the message to all users.
What is the command to send message to all users who are logged-in? The wall command (as in “write all”) allows you to send a message to all users who are currently logged into the system.
Which command is used to broadcast a message in Linux? Wall command in Linux lets you broadcast messages across the terminals of currently logged-in users. You can send messages by typing out the message on the terminal or send a text from a file as the broadcast message.
Which command is used to broadcast a message? Broadcast messages are messages that an operator sends using the MVS™ SEND command or the TSO/E OPERATOR SEND subcommand. The system operator can send messages of general interest to all users of the system or specific messages to individual users.