You are just walking around waiting for your best friend at his place for <insert reason here> when he tells you to come inside because he has something great to show you. "This better be worth my time" you say eager to <insert verb and noun here>. You look up to see the most beautiful and mind blowing thing you never thought could exist. Those long smooth legs, those curves, the curls of read and those green wonderful eyes. "What is her name?!" you say aroused. "Violette, I bought her yesterday some 15 year old kid said she was junk because he did not know how to use a command line." You stare at those green eyes knowing that webcam is staring back at you, you admire those long smooth legs of the tower stand and those curves of the 1980s computer monitor the machine was hooked up to. Okay, describe to me what the perfect command line operating system would be like and what commands it would have.
I'm partial to WMIC myself, it took a minute to get used to WQL's syntax but I like the object oriented approach it takes. There is a huge trade off for speed of course, but I've learned to be patient.
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Anyways thanks for the translation Grey Wolf. I have not used a linux OS before, or mac just Windows. Just reading on the wmic command not sure what it does yet. Yeah I am an OS noob but I'm learning! Aha. <edit> Oh my lord that wmic tool is fancy! Never seen anything like it if its what I think it is, I never thought MS would add such a powerful command!</edit>
It's a VM but I do have all the install ISO's so I can get the actual thing if I want. I have a win98 if that;s any better. I am at the part where I am thinking of just removing insanity mode because I can't think of anything good. Maybe if I just start working into the fun code things will get better for that feature. I haven't worked on it in a while because I have been spending time with someone <3.
Okay, describe to me what the perfect command line operating system would be like and what commands it would have.
That question made sense, the story before it is what made it confusing. With Unix and it commands and the Linux distros why pose a question to describe our idea of a perfect command line operating system?