On Thu, May 18, 2000 at 03:17:39PM +0100, kevin lyda mentioned:
> apparently there are clones of oneko on lesser os's, but the original
> oneko was an x window app, and no x desktop should be without it.
> search freshmeat or google for it - fun for the whole family.
Is that the one with the demented cat in it ?
> btw, does anyone know of an x application that presented a flying saucer
> that would abduct your mouse cursor and take it to the top of your
Memories of telnetting into SunOS boxes that other people were using X
on, and running it ;) xauth ruined a lot of cool tricks...
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