When feeling down, this command helps

sudo apt-get install sl man sl

By: Svish
2009-04-19 15:24:03

What Others Think

I like the train! xD
Tont · 474 weeks ago
Hahahahaha! Beautiful :D
bassu · 474 weeks ago
At work they just turn off the -i for commands so if you mistype you're screwed. I want to get this for non debian.
rayrayisforever · 474 weeks ago
turn off the -i for commands? what does -i do?
Svish · 473 weeks and 6 days ago
linuxrawkstar · 473 weeks and 6 days ago
gladia2r · 473 weeks and 6 days ago
They have this for non-debian -- The RH distros all have it.
ozymandias · 473 weeks and 6 days ago
lool :D
servermanaged · 473 weeks and 6 days ago
what about bb then ?
eastwind · 473 weeks and 5 days ago
cool stuf:)I'll install it on all the pc's
wwoollff · 473 weeks ago
I'd rather just link sl to ls.
despseekingsatan · 445 weeks and 1 day ago

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Any thoughts on this command? Does it work on your machine? Can you do the same thing with only 14 characters?

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