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    Re: Making a cool Hacker/FBI/Matrix/Linux desktop.


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    Re: Making a cool Hacker/FBI/Matrix/Linux desktop.

    i don't get the point of this. is the OP wanting to do this to make it look like he actually knows anything beyond script kiddie level "hacks"? that actually makes you look more like a noob than someone with the default wallpaper/theme.

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    Re: Making a cool Hacker/FBI/Matrix/Linux desktop.

    uh... get a dumb terminal and run copics....

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    Re: Fake Haxor / Hacker shell script

    Quote Originally Posted by blithen View Post
    Wow!!! Amazing! Great stuff Is this under GPL 'cause I would like to use it for a hacking movie my friend and I might do. 'Cause we need something like this.
    For those that arrived late on the thread:

    Script by Mathiasdm
    Released under the Do-Whatever-The-Hell-You-Want-With-It license (i.e. Public Domain). ^^

    Biggest script coming from this and it's own thread:
    Fake "Hax0r / Hacker Activity" bash script
    No known license statement.

    i don't get the point of this. is the OP wanting to do this to make it look like he actually knows anything beyond script kiddie level "hacks"? that actually makes you look more like a noob than someone with the default wallpaper/theme.
    It's fun and if people want to use it for a movie, then it's even useful.
    If people want to use it to look like noobs, then let them do it. Can't hurt. ^^

    uh... get a dumb terminal and run copics....
    What's copics?

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    Re: Making a cool Hacker/FBI/Matrix/Linux desktop.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tundro Walker View Post
    I set my script to go off for 99 "actions" while I went to the grocery store, because I wanted to see, with all the sub-console pop-ups, how long it would take for the parent and all the children to run their course.

    I monitored it for about an hour before I decided to head to the grocery store. When I got back, it had been running for at least 2 hours, and it was still cranking away. I finally killed it, and all 16 of the xterm CLI's it had spawned (!!!). However, I did get a few priceless screenshots out of it, like...



    ...now THAT's what you'd EXPECT to do to a system back-door! ...and...



    (!!!)


    I'm gonna work on that zenity GUI progress meter stuff, and tone down how often these sub-CLI's spawn. I think it'll be a really cool "screensaver" to activate with BrightSide by mousing into a corner while I head out to do something. If only my computer at work used Linux...I could have all kinds of folks freaking out about this when they walk by. LOL!

    PS: I checked out Cappuccino. It looked ok, and I liked how it spammed intricate sentences (using polygen, which I'm going to look into). But it basically takes up the entire screen (even covering panels!), and it's a pain to turn off (there's no exit button or command that I could figure out, even after looking at the man page for it). I like mine better, because it uses the consoles/terminals to give it more of a lean system 'haxor' feel. Cappuccino just looks like a GUI form that's front-ending random compiles (showing a process name, a sub-proc log, and a progress meter...meh)
    for cappuccino, alt/f4
    "it crashed?"

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    Talking Re: Making a cool Hacker/FBI/Matrix/Linux desktop.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tundro Walker View Post
    Here you go...stupidity in action...
    Tundro, thanks for the giggle! The War Games bit and Tribbles killed me.
    Last edited by HousieMousie2; December 13th, 2007 at 04:43 AM.
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    Re: Making a cool Hacker/FBI/Matrix/Linux desktop.

    Quote Originally Posted by n3tfury View Post
    i don't get the point of this. is the OP wanting to do this to make it look like he actually knows anything beyond script kiddie level "hacks"?
    Who cares what the point is? This thread is hilarious.

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    Re: Making a cool Hacker/FBI/Matrix/Linux desktop.

    tundro is well worthy of a thanks.

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    Re: Making a cool Hacker/FBI/Matrix/Linux desktop.

    Just use a dark Fluxbox (or Blackbox or Openbox) theme, and you'll look like a hacker. That's especially true if you don't set up your Fluxbox menu to be full of GUI configuration apps and instead do it all from the command line. Oh, and your command line should be black with white, grey, or green text, not white with black text (which just looks silly).

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    Re: Making a cool Hacker/FBI/Matrix/Linux desktop.

    Quote Originally Posted by mjpolifka View Post
    Hey, don't know if anyone is still around on this thread (which is awesome btw), but have any of you used festival? It's a text-to-speech program that works decently. I was wondering if I could pass things to it from a C program instead of just a bash script. Then when you "logon" to one of these programs, it could say a message.
    Well, if you absolutely must do it in C, below is an example:

    Code:
    /* Copyright (C) 2008 Sam Peterson <peabodyenator@gmail.com> */
    
    /** This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
     * modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as
     * published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the
     * License, or (at your option) any later version.
     *
     * This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
     * WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
     * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
     * General Public License for more details.
     *
     * You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
     * along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
     * Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
     */
    
    #include <stdio.h>
    #include <stdlib.h>
    
    int main(int argc, char *argv[])
    {
      FILE* output;
      if ((output = popen("festival --tts >/dev/null 2>&1", "w")) == NULL)
      {
        perror("Opening pipe failed");
        return EXIT_FAILURE;
      }
    
      fprintf(output, "You are fail");
      fflush(output);
    
      pclose(output);
    
      return 0;
    } /* end main */

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