On Sat, Oct 23, 2004 at 02:06:44PM +0100, Chris Higgins wrote:
> It seems to be a shell script compiled into C to obscure it,
> I just don't have the time at the moment to bother reversing
> the process.
>>  apt-cache show shc 'description'
> Description: Shell script compiler
> shc creates a stripped binary executable version of the
> script specified with -f on the command line.
> The binary version will get a .x extension appended and will
> usually be a bit larger in size than the original ascii
> code. Generated C source code is saved in a file with the
> extension .x.c.
kevin, off to hunt down an rpm ior tarball of it...
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