windows: can't mount more than 26 drives without using UNC paths or mounting to directories
linux: "yes uwu" is a valid command and constantly prints "uwu" to the terminal until the process is killed
the winner is clear
the majority of the man page for
yes consists of copyright info, how to report bugs, and so on
the man page also links to the "full documentation": https://www.gnu.org/software/coreutils/yes
also this comment made me laugh really hard so enjoy
@lynnesbian 2TB of uwu a second
Found it. It's amazing
@BadAtNames we both found it at the same time :L
@lynnesbian "the thing that's checking our throughput is the bottleneck" [screams]
@lynnesbian I think there could still be more potential with using a fictional /dev/yes as an input instead of piping yes into something ^^
most distributions: let's just use puts
GNU, with their galaxy size brain: mmmm, Buffers
@lynnesbian does anyone still use info pages?
@lynnesbian yes uwu
@lynnesbian not true. For example % is recognized as a valid "drive letter".
Try this on the command line (unc works, too):
subst %: %windir%
Doesn't affect the winner, though.
@firstname.lastname@example.org's anti-chud pro-skub instance for funtimes