On Tue, Nov 20, 2001 at 04:04:47PM +0000, John P. Looney wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 20, 2001 at 03:48:50PM +0000, kevin lyda mentioned:
> > if people do something like xhost + on their machines, xeyes -display
> > their.box:0 & is fun. and then there's all the joys a remote machines
> > /dev/audio can bring. i suspect a certain hellbunnie might disagree
> > with that last bit of course...
> Do tell...
# while true;do cat /path/linus.pronounces.linux.au>/dev/audio;sleep 300;done &
> Hey, anyone know the name of that X program that had a little planet in
> the top corner of a screen, wherefrom a little alien would appear,
> periodically, and chase your mouse pointer. If he caught the mouse
> pointer, he'd take it back to his home planet, leaving X
>> *that* is something to confuse people...
well, if it's the one i remember it just grabbed it. you could pull it
back, but it would keep trying to take it. oneko is another good one.
and in uni there was an xproggie that had a guy in a trenchcoat walk
across the screen and flash you halfway across.
i learned about x security pretty early on...
kevin at suberic.net "if you come from brooklyn you can handle just
fork()'ed on 37058400 about anything." --nyc mayor, rudolph giuliani
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