On Wed, 22 Dec 1999, Rogier Wolff wrote:
> Petko Manolov wrote:
> > "Mike A. Harris" wrote:
> > >
> > > <SERIOUS MODE>
> > >
> > > id software has just released the source for Quake 1 under GPL
> > > licence according to /. a few minutes ago...
> > AFAIK the source of QuakeII is available too, but i don't know the
> > exact terms it ships.
> > > </SERIOUS MODE>
> > > <HUMOR MODE>
> > >
> > > Since it is GPL, is anyone working on porting Quake to kernel
> > > mode? It would make a nice addon to SYSRQ for example:
> > Splendid. And we should add some extra syscalls as
> > sys_kill_with_shotgun, sys_kill_with_chaingun etc.
> > It will be very funny playing with the Linux kernel.
> No,no,no... We already have many different tools (signals) for this.
> The "-9" is the cannon that blasts the target completely to bits and
> the "-1" is an instant tree that with a looped rope hanging off it,
> wich loops around the head of the target as the tree continues to
> grow, hanging the target. (c.f Asterix and Obelix and those instant
> oak trees)
> the "-2" is a cage that falls over the target, requiring a few seconds
> before it can be opened.
> "-4" makes the target immensely sick in no time...
> The "-19" is a freeze-gun that freezes a target.
> The "-18" is the un-freeze gun, that thaws a frozen target...
> The "-8" causes a gently floating miniature black hole to obliterate
> the target.
> The "-5" is the ghost-catcher that was used in ghostbusters.
> the "-13" is the gun that shoots big lead pipes into targets.
> "-10" causes a big vehicle designed to transport people to overrun the
> "-14" shoots big alarm clocks at the target... (which some targets
> seem to be able to catch wihtout trouble, while others, notably very
> old vi's seem very vulnerable to...)
> "-29" Causes the target to be stormed by scientology supporters
> wanting the target to fill out a questionaire.
> "-27" causes the target to be stopped by teacher from a university for
> an instant exam.
> "??" causes the target to loose all feel of direction.
> "-28" causes the target to be hoisted into the air by mechanical
> "-30" causes the target to be killed by an electric shock from the
> overhanging electrical lines...
"-42" solves every equation done on clusters instantly and ends the
> (*) Try figuring them out without immediately referring to "man 7
Homme R. Bitter *NIX admin, BOFH, MCSE, parttime divine entity.
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