It's pretty sweet, though not as faithful a simulation of a CRT as Trevor Blackwell's fantastic Apple ][ screen saver (in xscreensaver).
(GLterminal is a little broken: after starting it, go to Preferences and select "Renderer: Classic Terminal" to make it go.) (Also, most inappropriate fanboyriffic application icon evar.)
I should also probably mention that the Apple ][ screen saver also functions as a terminal emulator:
- /sw/libexec/xscreensaver/apple2 -text -fast -program tcsh
Other fun things to do with it:
- apple2 -text -program 'cat /usr/src/linux*/README | fold -sw40'
apple2 -text -program 'ping apple.com'
apple2 -text -program 'ps -e'
apple2 -text -program 'od -txCz -w7 /dev/urandom'
apple2 -text -program 'cat /dev/random'
apple2 -text -fast -program 'xemacs -nw -q -f life'
apple2 -text -fast -program 'xemacs -nw -q --eval "(hanoi 5)"'
"Effective January 27, 2006, Western Union will discontinue all Telegram and Commercial Messaging services. We regret any inconvenience this may cause you, and we thank you for your loyal patronage."
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