Manual Reference Pages - LUSER (8)
luser - process to control the clueless induhviduals
who (mis)use computer systems, peripheral devices
and system administrators. Word play on "loser" and "user".
luser [-d] [-g<level>] [-s]
luser is the primary tool a system administrator uses to
manage end-user requests. This powerful tool can actually cause
the specified user to perform actions as specified by the flags.
With no flags,
luser deletes every running process owned by
Disk reclamation mode. Remove all files
in the home directory of
Grovel mode. Causes the specified luser to
make an act of contrition to the sysadmin
for past sins. The <level> indicates the
severity of the contrition:
User makes a sincere apology and promises
to never do it again.
User buys sysadmin a large quantity of sysadmins
User signs over ownership of his/her car to sysadmin.
User resigns from the company after writing a long
letter of apology detailing his/her failings.
User commits ritual suicide by sucking on a power strip and
grounding himself to a conduit.
Sysadmins are encouraged to use the -s option as a way to
smarten up the worlds user base. Use the -g option at level 4
outside the confines of the machine room. The more lusers that
witness the act, the better.
Occasionally, the luser may survive the effects of
luser -g4. In that event, a second invocation of the command will usually
prove to be fatal.
Written by Eric L. Pederson <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
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