A set of shell scripts and aliases that improve your shell usage. Automatically prints system status reports when a shell boots up, does basic monitoring, sets useful aliases, can even print an ASCIIfied logo when you log in. Tries to be configurable; you can pick only the stuff you want when you install it and has its own configuration files. Called from your ~/.bashrc file. Easy to uninstall, too:
- (remove the calls to synth-shell from your ~/.bashrc file)
rm -rf ~/.config/synth-shell/
Does not work so well on OSX. Seems to be Linux-specific, regardless of the fact that it uses bash.
A daemon that runs on a *nix machine that simulates a network of other systems (of many different operating systems) for the purposes of catching and monitoring intruders.
The homepage of the man that wrote the Great Worm.
Just like in the movies, type random keys into this web app and it'll print nifty-keen-like-wow source code onto the screen.
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