Linux Easter Egg - Coffee Distributor

(This egg was found on Mandrake but his also in Debian and maybe some other distributions).

To show the Manual pages for the coffee distributor, simply type "man c" in a command line. It will show the Coffee Distributor with the options (such as quantity of milk,with or without sugar). Of course the "c" program doesn't exist.

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Contributed By: Leif Thande on 06-24-2002
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alfaskop writes:
Debian/GNU Linux: bash-2.05a$ man c No manual entry for c
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invude writes:
This is not an easter egg. It is apart of the alt.sysadmin.recovery manpage collection.
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http://www.xs4all.nl/~ekremer/unix/humour/asr-manpages/
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lewis writes:
For Debian install the asr-manpages package.
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DanCo writes:
I just tried this with Mandrake 8.2, and it returned the following line: "No manual entry for c"
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Sciallo writes:
Nope for Red Hat 7.3
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btag writes:
Doesn't work for SuSE 10-OSS either.
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I got the same message as alfaskop, "no manual entry for c" I am using the Darwin Terminal in Mac OS X (based on FreeBSD)
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penguin writes:
I tried it with SuSE Linux 8.0 Professional, and I get the same error. Where does that man page come from?
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it's me JD writes:
so linux is used in coffee machines then?
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