Provided by: sl_3.03-16_amd64
sl-h - display animations aimed to entertain users who liked to see SL runs on their screen.
sl-h [ -alFe ]
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 :)
-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).
It never shows contents of current directory.
sl(6) was written by Toyoda Masashi <firstname.lastname@example.org>. 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 <email@example.com>. This manual page was written by Brian Ristuccia <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Kenshi Muto <email@example.com> for the Debian GNU/Linux system but may be used by others under the same license as sl(6) itself.