Provided by: sl_3.03-15_i386 bug

NAME

       sl-h  - display animations aimed to entertain users who liked to see SL
       runs on their screen.

SYNOPSIS

       sl-h [ -alFe ]

DESCRIPTION

       sl-h displays animations aimed to entertain users who like  to  see  SL
       runs  on  their  screen.  This  is  a  slightly  modified version of sl
       command, but it runs much long to please you very well :)

OPTIONS

       -a     Some trouble happen! You’ll feel pity for people who  need  help
              :-)

       -l     Display mini SL.

       -F     SL  flys!  (Do you know Japanese animation, "Galaxy Express 999"
              ?)

       -e     Allow interrupt by Ctrl+C (Default, as  this  is  so  heavy  and
              violent).

SEE ALSO

       ls(1)

BUGS

       It never shows contents of current directory.

AUTHOR

       sl(6) was written by Toyoda Masashi <toyoda@is.titech.ac.jp>.  The code
       in  sl-h  is  taken  from   a   patch   which   is   distributed   from
       http://www.izumix.org.uk/sl/    and    written    by   Izumi   Tomonori
       <izumi@izumix.org.uk>.  This manual page was written by Brian Ristuccia
       <brianr@debian.org>  and  Kenshi Muto <kmuto@debian.org> for the Debian
       GNU/Linux system but may be used by others under the  same  license  as
       sl(6) itself.