xterm +u8 -fn mtx -maximized -T "There is no spoon!" -e cmatrix -bxa -u 3 & sleep .1s && wmctrl -r :ACTIVE: -b add,fullscreen && transset-df -a &
apt-get install cmatrix cmatrix-xfont wmctrl transset-df Need to restart computer for mtx font to work Commands while cmatrix is running: 1 - 9 = Change speed SHIFT + 1 - 7 = change colors Q = Quit Tested in Ubuntu 10.04

By: bugmenot
2012-09-28 04:46:28

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