In this guide, i’ll show you some frivolous terminal commands.
Have you evere typed accidentally sl instead of ls ? You’d expect the Error Message : Command not found
If you use Debian Based Distribution,can install the sl package: Steam Locomotive, that show a train run on terminal.
Install : sudo apt-get install sl
Run : sl
Another fun command is cmatrix, that sho a facsimile Hacker Deshtop from The MAtrix Movie
Install: sudo apt-get install cmatrix
run : cmatrix
If you want animated ascii fire on terminal :
Install : sudo apt-get install libaa-bin
Run : aafire
If you want create Text Banner can start by use Figlet:
Install : sudo apt-get install figlet
Run : figlet Testo
FIGlet can also write banners using different styles. First, discover what options are supported with the:
then use one of them , by use the flag -f <FontName> :
figlet -f block Lixux
If you fancy injecting some colour into your banners, install Toilet instead
Install: sudo apt-get install toilet
Filter List : toilet -F list
Then can add Colour an style with command:
toilet -f small -F gay <Testo>
Other similar text-based effects include cowsay, which simply repeats whatever phrase you pair with it, with an ASCII-rendition of a cow
Install : sudo apt-get install cowsay
List available shapes: cowsay -l
Run: cowsay -f <Testo>
You’ll find Linux is littered with Easter eggs, and many of them are found inside commands built into the operating system. Type apt-get moo and hit Enter – you’ll see a (different) cow asking you if you’ve “mooed” today.
The rev command will simply reverse everything you type. Type rev to launch it, then type your text and watch it reversed back to you. When you’ve had enough of adding phrases, press Ctrl+C to quit.