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I have gone through following link. It's pretty interesting. It gives listing of some funny commands over ubuntu & Linux. I am eager to know about commands like these on mac.

Does any one know commands like on mac ?

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it seems to be a one-man question: why don't you append/join your answers together? – dag729 May 3 '10 at 12:55
@dag, @sagar: in "list"-style questions, it is traditional to put separate answers in separate posts. – quack quixote May 3 '10 at 17:00
oops, sorry! I didn't know that: thank you for the information. :D – dag729 May 3 '10 at 18:16
Very funny guys here @quack quixote♦ & @dag729. – Sagar R. Kothari May 4 '10 at 9:37
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  1. Lord of the rings.

Type following command on terminal.

cat /usr/share/calendar/calendar.lotr

  • Psychotherapist

  • launch terminal

  • Type emacs to launch emacs
  • after launching emacs in terminal press enter only once
  • now press Esc + x ( together & watch that - your cursor has gone to the bottom of terminal )
  • if your cursor is bottom at terminal - type doctor
  • press enter.

  • tetris in emacs

  • Open the finder

  • Open Applications
  • Open Utilities
  • Open Terminal
  • type "emacs"; click enter
  • Press ESC + X at the same time
  • Type "tetris"
  • Play Tetris ! Use the arrow keys to move and rotate the blocks, and press the space to make the blocks fall.

Press Command + Ctrl + Option + 8 for inverse.

For further details watch out following links.

See I got some links.

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