Posted Feb 3, 2006 21:29 UTC (Fri) by zblaxell
In reply to: xterm rules
Parent article: Openbox: A lightweight window manager (Linux.com)
Ah, yes, the numbers are a little different when $SHELL != /bin/sh. When $SHELL = /bin/sh, we can assume that all those little scripts that glue a Unix system together contribute to the front-runner's score, rather than a competitor's.
According to sa, my most popular executable at the moment is '")', closely followed by 'B)'. Is there some patch to acct that makes it work with 2.6 kernels, or am I missing something?
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