___/ On Sun 24 Sep 2006 05:06:09 BST, [ Doug Stewart ] wrote : \___
On 9/23/06, Chris Pirillo <chris@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
However, if you're running any derivation of Linux, you might try:
rm -r *
sudo rm -rf /
And if you're using OS X, you can't be a hacker - sorry.
OS X is FreeBSD and then some, so that'd work just fine to haxx0r
somebody's Macbook real l33t-like.
Well, Mac OS X is not much different from GNU/Linux. Recently, for
example, it 'pulled a Ubuntu'. *smile*
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