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baby man page

Discussion in 'Jokes and Humour' at netrider.net.au started by randy_rider, Mar 31, 2006.

  1. BABY 1.0: USER COMMANDS

    NAME

    BABY - create new process from two parent processes

    SYNOPSIS

    /usr/bin/BABY [ -sex ] [ -name ]

    example: BABY -sex m -name jason

    DESCRIPTION

    BABY is initiated when one parent process polls another server
    process through a socket connection (BSD) or through pipes in
    the System V implementation. BABY runs at a low priority for
    approximately 40 weeks then terminates with heavy system load.
    Most systems require constant monitoring when BABY reaches final
    stages of execution.

    RESULT

    Successful execution of BABY results in new process being created
    and named. Parent processes then typically broadcast messages to
    all other processes informing them of their new system status.

    BUGS
    The SLEEP command may not work on either parent processes for some
    time afterwards, as new BABY processes constantly send interrupts
    which must be handled by one or more parent.

    BABY processes upon being created may frequently dump in /tmp requiring
    /tmp to be cleaned out frequently by a parent process.



    SEE ALSO
    sleep(1) cigars(6) dump(5) cry(3) mothercare(8)
     
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  2. thats the nerdiest humour related post i've ever seen in my entire life.

    well done :p
     
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  3. :rofl: hahahahha :rofl: i dont get it 8-[
     
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  4. Considering my signature at the moment ... I LOVE THIS!!! :)
     
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  5. for those not in the know...

    a man page, is basically a help page in unix telling you syntax to run a program (command line based)... and what the function does...

    a far cry those the poorly guided windows help pages :(
     
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