A Cheap Psychedelic Simulator on Linux @_@
EPILEPSY WARNING: It showcases flashing lights, and hence can cause epilepsy.
- Simply clone the repository, and run the shell script (on Bash (currently))
- If you want to run this from anywhere, make a binary of this script (using
shc), add the path to your PATH variable, et voila!
Arch User Repository
lsd is also available on the AUR, here. You can (also) get the PKGBUILD from here.
-r | --rows : It specifies how many rows of trips you want to print. Pick a suitable number for yourself, depending upon your screen size and resolution.
-w | --width : It specifies the width of the trips. Pick a suitable number for yourself, depending upon your screen size and resolution.
-o | --widthOffset : It specifies the offset of the trips (from where the trips start from). Pick a suitable number for yourself, depending upon your screen size and resolution. Default is 0 units.
-c | --cringe : Produces a more psychedelic effect.
How to build from PKGBUILD
If you have
makepkg installed (it is a part of the
base-devel group for Arch), then you can simply move into this directory, and run
-c : Cleans the redundant binary and source files used to create the package.
After your package is ready, you can install the package using pacman.
pacman -U lsd-...