1135. Every so often, a t-shirt seen at OryCon sticks with us for being wicked clever smart funny. See our winner for OryCon 27 here. This one will similarly stick with us:
chown -R us ./base
A translation, for those who don't speak one of the many Unixy OSs out there:
- chown is a command that allows you to change ownership of a file or directory.
- -R is a command line switch that means recursive, and tells chown that if the thing to be chowned is a directory (folder) to also chown everything in that folder and in the folders it contains.
- us is the user name of the user we want to change ownership to.
- ./base is the name of the folder.
The translation, of course: All Your Base Are Belong To Us. Who says the joke is dead?