i was reading an online publication a minute ago
and the author said that he had been messing about
with an "adventure shell". he installed it and ran it
instead of bash or ksh or whatever he was using.
has anyone here used an adventure shell with linux?
personally i think it sounds kinda funky. for those of
you who dont know what an adventure shell is, it just
displays system messages a little differently.
for example: if you type pwd the shell will give you the
you are currently in /home/nocent
northwards is /home
or another one will say:
an undisclosed voice mutters you have $ new messages
instead of saying you have $ new messages.
thanks in advance for any help,
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