fortune is a simple program that displays a pseudorandom message from a database of quotations that first appeared in Version 7 Unix. The most common version on modern systems is the BSD fortune, originally written by Ken Arnold.
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Written by: Sam Varghese | Published in: Open SauceLast week marked eight years since Ubuntu made its appearance on the GNU/Linux scene. Since October 2004, there has been a release of this distribution every six months, the initial buzz being very loud and then gradually fading away.
Written by: Sam Varghese | Published in: Open SauceThe Australian government and the Opposition are operating as flunkeys of the US government by voting down a proposal from the Greens to open up the discussions on the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement.
Written by: Sam Varghese | Published in: Open SourceHow does a company harness the efforts of outsiders who want to contribute to its software, without making things too unwieldy and difficult to manage within its own framework?