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lart(1M)							      lart(1M)

NAME
       lart  - Luser Attitude Readjustment Tool	- use a	lart to	adjust lusers'
       attitudes

SYNOPSIS
       lart [ -use tool	] [ -bBfFgklp ]	_lusername_

DESCRIPTION
       lart adjusts the	attitudes of those pesky,  clueless  people  who  rely
       upon  their  admins  for	 everything from picking their mice off	of the
       floor to	turning	on their monitors; namely, the luser(8).  Running lart
       with  the  appropriate  arguments will cause the	specified luser	to run
       away screaming in agony.	 Alternatively,	you can	make the luser buy you
       a beer, after killing all of their processes.

OPTIONS
       -use tool      Choose  your  weapon.   If this option is	not specified,
		      the enviroment variable LART is  used.   If  neither  is
		      set,  a default value will be used, which	is set at com-
		      pile time

       -b	      Used to increase the size	of your	lart

       -B	      The BOFH option.	Removes	a users	files  and  kills  all
		      their  processes.	  If  used in conjunction with -p this
		      will also	cause syslog  to  make	entries	 proving  that
		      _lusername_  was	the  second  gunman  behind the	grassy
		      knoll

       -f	      Only fake	luser's	attitude readjustment  session.	  Pro-
		      vided  primarily	for testing purposes.  Mutually	exclu-
		      sive with	-B

       -F	      fsck _lusername_
		       as a raw	device.	 Note that this	option	has  not  been
		      tested, as it is rather difficult	to find	volunteers

       -g	      Graphic  violence.   Uses	 curses	to monitor _lusername_
		      during the beating.

       -k	      Kill.  A rather permanent	option,	and  as	 such  is  not
		      highly  recommended.   Can  only	be  invoked  once  per
		      _lusername_

       -p	      See -B

SEE ALSO
       sysadmin(1), guru(8), luser(8)

				  01 23	1996			      lart(1M)

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