THE LAST BUG "But you're out of your mind," It still wasn't perfect, They said with a shrug. As year followed year, "The customer's happy; And strangers would comment, What's one little bug?" "Is that guy still here?" But he was determined. He died at the console, The others went home. Of hunger and thirst. He spread out the program, Next day he was buried, Deserted, alone. Face down, nine-edge first. The cleaning men came, And the last bug in sight, The whole room was cluttered An ant passing by, With memory-dumps, punch cards. Saluted his tombstone, "I'm close," he muttered. And whispered, "Nice try." The mumbling got louder, Simple deduction, "I've got it, it's right, Just change one instruction."
Some terminal utilities seturxvtcolours: Console colour setting script. Set console colours without having to run xrdb, using colour values for rxvt-unicode stored in your xresources file. Usage: Set XRESFILE at the top of the script to whatever you use for your rxvt-unicode colours. Usually $HOME/.Xresources or $HOME/.Xdefaults. Run the script. Note that colours need to be in the form rgb:rr/gg/bb with EXACTLY one space between the : and the rgb: URxvt.color1: rgb:60/55/55 URxvt.foreground: rgb:88/88/88 Except you can also use rgba: for background: URxvt.background: rgba:1010/1515/2020/cccc You can also set the cursor colour: URxvt.cursorColor: rgb:66/66/66 Note that if foreground, background or cursor colours aren't set, they will be ignored. However, if color0 - color14 aren't set, all manner of strange things may happen. =============================================================== 16colours: A perl script that prints out the first 16 terminal colours. Note that this is used by seturxvtcolours. =============================================================== 256colours: A perl script that prints out the complete 256 colourmap.
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