Sunday, March 28, 2010

Command line humor, it's like laughing at a copier manual.

xxxxxx@Aemaeth:~/Desktop/hamachi-0.9.9.9-20-lnx$ hamachi-init
Initializing Hamachi configuration (/home/xxxxxx/.hamachi). Please wait ..

generating 2048-bit RSA keypair .. ok
making /home/xxxxxx/.hamachi directory .. ok
saving /home/xxxxxx/.hamachi/client.pub .. ok
saving /home/xxxxxx/.hamachi/client.pri .. ok
saving /home/xxxxxx/.hamachi/state .. ok

Authentication information has been created. Hamachi can now be started with
'hamachi start' command and then brought online with 'hamachi login'.

Cool. Lets get started.
xxxxxx@Aemaeth:~/Desktop/hamachi-0.9.9.9-20-lnx$ hamashi start
bash: hamashi: command not found

wat
xxxxxx@Aemaeth:~/Desktop/hamachi-0.9.9.9-20-lnx$ hamashi start
bash: hamashi: command not found

Oh, I think I need to be root
xxxxxx@Aemaeth:~/Desktop/hamachi-0.9.9.9-20-lnx$ sudo hamashi start
sudo: hamashi: command not found

wtf? OH! It's hamaCHI not hamaSHI.
xxxxxx@Aemaeth:~/Desktop/hamachi-0.9.9.9-20-lnx$ hamachi
Hamachi does not seem to be running. Have you run 'hamachi start' ?

There we go. Me and my fast fingers...
xxxxxx@Aemaeth:~/Desktop/hamachi-0.9.9.9-20-lnx$ hamachi shart
Hamachi does not seem to be running. Have you run 'hamachi start' ?

wtf?! I just-- LOL


shart

2 comments:

The Tarquin said...

For some reason that made me think, well, check the man pages:

'man shart'

...

On second thought, maybe not.

Eseell said...

How many times have I done something like this? Too many.