Compiled from a thread on rec.arts.sf.tv.babylon5.moderated. I think this was inspired by the fact that ksh sounds a lot like kosh. -Ed
Every time yo try to execute a file, it rms it with an echo "Permission denied: you are not ready to execute this file."
When you try to check your quota, it comes back, "Never ask this question!"
Whenever you try running 'tail' on a file, it just shoots back, "It will all end in fire."
When you finally do get kosh to start up a process, it dies.
Another problem you might have is getting kosh to shut down. Exit, logoff, Control-D do not work. Opening another window with a different shell and trying to kill it results in:
sh% kill -9 kosh As long as you are here, I will always be here.
Do not worry about this however, since nobody ever listens to Zathrash.
Only problem is that it seems to cause your computer to take up other users' space on the file server.
Alternatively, it sometimes prints an error message "Strange things walk in sector xxxx, they must walk alone" after something about ants.
If you install a Miscrosoft product on your computer while its running narnsh, it starts a process called 'natoth -shonkar', which repeatedly prints "Deathwalker!" on the screen and deletes the offending files.
And you need the 150 000 character password just to log in.
And all that time you have to say that Windows NT could do the job.
If you type an invalid command, instead of "command not found", you get "..all you had to do was to admit you were wrong and I was right and everything would've been fine"
Is aware that it will someday become 'root', after init() dies.
Never boots past run level one, even though there are six levels.
Has been known to create a fake user id and 'chown' thousands of files to be owned by this pseudo-user.
Will not execute the command 'kill -9 narnsh', no matter what you try.
When you type 'kill -9 *', marcush is the only process left still running.
With all the other shells available, marcush seems like a waste of disk space, but is included to please the UK users.
Please mail me if I forgot anyone.