@SpankieMcGee , they changed the alias of the command from "Sudo" to "please" so, normally you'd say "Sudo shutdown" and it will check sudo's commands and run shutdown, but they used alias so sudo runs by saying "please" which makes it all just seem like your politely asking the program to do things instead of issuing a command
@ Ump89, very helpful thank you
@SpankieMcGee , sudo is the command to basically run things as administrator, by the way.
@ Ump89, you’re*. Disclaimer I don’t actually care about the grammar it’s just a defense mechanism because I’m threatened by the intelligence of those with a grasp on coding language
@Stugots, go hide behind dans skirt then
@Stugots, I got a new phone and when I swipe to type it autocorrects "your"s and "there"s for no reason... Annoying as heck yo
rm -rf /
Please finger *user name* ... sounds a bit better...
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