Linux commands and what they do
cat - it tlaps your files like a cat
df - it stands for "Dog Friend" it summons a small dog on the corner of your screen that you can pet with your mouse
ssh - what you say to you computer when u want it to be quieter
cd - you can type this command in when you want your computer to play your creedence clearwater revival CD that you've had in the disk drive since 1998
tail - shows u a fluffy fox tail
dmesg - sends your favorite dude an email. The dude you sent the mail to can be configured in dude.conf
uhhh idk thats all for today
@ocean sudo- Soup Dog
Summons and Avalanche rescue dog to pull you out of the snow.... and bring you warm soup
@ocean But it gets worse ... my Linus install has the following completely un-mnemonic programs:
clemantine - plays music
handbrake - rips CDs
bluefish - web editor
kazam - screenshots
Noooo... names should make our life easier.
kill - opens the terminal death note
git - activates british mode
bash - summons doge to bash you in the head with a baseball bat
It's pronounced ʁaʁyʁe.
And written RaRuRe, or R3 for short.
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