I’m very UNIXy this week.
- Have You Played… Event? Sounds like a simulation of IRC.
- TERRIBLE, AWFUL, NO GOOD, REALLY BAD HEAVY METAL ALBUM COVERS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD. (via)
- The Best Metal on Bandcamp: March 2017. A palate cleanser from the last link.
- Google Open Source Docs. Everyone releases their code, but not their methodology, which is arguably as important. (via)
- Windows disk-loading/code-swapping. I remember this from Apple ][ days; there is no modern equivalent that I can think of.
- The creator of Dwarf Fortress doesn’t really like to play games like Dwarf Fortress. (via)
- Research UNIX V8, V9 and V10 made public by Alcatel-Lucent. (via)
- Related: What’s the earliest UNIX (or unix-like) OS that is both easily available and can run on x86?
- How to learn Unix/Linux and Lesser known but still handy Linux commands. Essentially command line tool education.
- Zero Terminal. Another item for my teeny computer fetish. (via)
Your useful tip of the week: Setting the
root login’s ‘full name’ to identify the machine that sent email. This makes so much sense. (via)