Oct 112011
 

….I can assure you, if I can’t do it in bash, it doesn’t need to be done…..the other side of the argument was, well, bash isn’t multi-threaded…..hahahahaha …..really??? Run this……

#!/bin/bash
 
set -m # Enable Job Control
trap '' 2 # disable ctrl + c so you can't stop this bitch
rand=${RANDOM} # lets find some big random number
 
let POWEROFTWO=${rand}**2 # and since its not big enough, make it ^2
 
	for i in `seq ${POWEROFTWO}`; do # start HUGE num jobs in parallel
		echo "99999999999^99999999999" | bc
		sleep 1 &
	done
 
# Wait FOREVER for jobs to finish cause you can't stop me now nemo
while [ 1 ]; do fg 2> /dev/null; [ $? == 1 ] && break; done

May 102011
 

This is how to be a 1337 hax0r and install archpwn to a hd, cause you won’t find any documentation on the net for how to do it.  Not only that, but aif is borked.

So, lets get down to business.  Boot a real operating system like….hell, idk, gentoo.  You can do this from the archpwn iso too, but gentoo is easier.  Whatever you do, DO NOT try to boot gentoo from inside of arch linux, the gentoo boot process is way too complex for arch to comprehend.  Just trust me on this one.

Boot up your favorite live cd, like blackVista, mac osx, whatever it is….just make sure its not some other ‘NIX distro or you will forever wish you would have just installed it.  Once you got a shell, fdisk your drive.  STOP IT!!!  You can’t fsck your drive before you fdisk it.

I’m not gonna go through all that shit, everyone knows how to fdisk a drive….and if you don’t, well, the rest of this shit won’t be for you either.  I use a convention sorta like this:

/dev/sda1 /boot

/dev/sda2 swap

/dev/sda3 /

/dev/sda4 /home

/dev/sda5 /tmp

/dev/sda6 /porn

/dev/sda7 /more_pR0n

/dev/sda8 /ur_mommas_porn

/dev/sda9 /me_fkn_ur_momma_vids

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