curious_jp (curious_jp) wrote,
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Release: TranceFinger

Trancefinger is a replacement for the standard unix finger(1) command which drives a "Rez" PS2 "Trance Vibrator" on receiving internet finger daemon requests, in patterns and intensities varying with regard to the request. It has a compile time enabled "stealth mode" ( on by default ) in which it will appear to be a normal finger daemon, albeit a lagged one. The most pervasive innuendo of computer science was thus brought full circle.

Vanilla C source, for OSX and Linux. Includes rudimentary build instructions.

edit: bluh, I had that link wrong all the time.

-- curious_jp
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