|anna 806d91be53||3 months ago|
Finally, it is here: The gay keymash device driver! It provides an endless supply of lowercase characters from the QWERTY home row in a cryptographically secure random order.
The license already disclaims any warranty, but i would like to make it crystal clear that i literally have no idea how to use a computer. Assume this module will completely brick your system.
You only need the linux headers for your current kernel in
If you install the
linux-headers package (or something with similar name), you should be good.
make sudo insmod keymash.ko
to compile and load the module. If you have DKMS, you can also use that:
sudo dkms install . sudo modprobe keymash
Loading the module will create the file
/dev/keymash, which you can use for all sorts of stuff:
# print a keymash to the console head -c20 /dev/keymash # wipe your root partition and leave a message for the FBI # (this won't ask for confirmation, don't do this) sudo dd if=/dev/keymash of=$(mount | grep '/ ' | cut -d ' ' -f 1) bs=1M # react to your girlfriend calling you cute cat /dev/keymash | nc gay.wife 1337
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