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i am oz

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http://oz.freqlabs.c...tarWarsBoot.zip

Boot with -v to see. ^C skips to GUI. Includes uninstall script.

Credits for the original animation go to Simon Jansen at www.asciimation.co.nz

If there is a demand, I will modify the player to output to stdout when run from a shell instead of launchd. As it is now it will always write to /dev/console.

Any other feedback is welcome as well :)

PS This is totally a gimmick!

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I had to reinstall my os x .. Mavericks 10.9.1 because when i uninstalled the Starwars boot it wont even start.. so thanks hah..







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