Now you know:
The 'completely ridiculous graphical nonsense OS Hollywood tech bullshit' from Jurassic Park that everyone makes fun of when the girl says 'It's a UNIX system, I know this...' and proceeds to holywood-hack her way into Jurassic park's security systems actually IS a UNIX based system and she wasn't lying.
>fsv was partly inspired by fsn, the experimental 3D File System Navigator developed some time ago by Silicon Graphics. This program figured prominently in a scene from Steven Spielburg's hit film, Jurassic Park.
You are a stupid person anon
SORRY: the original is fsn, fsv is for GANOO/LOONUX.
How am I stupid? I just linked the wrong one, the ORIGINAL is:
Whereas the one I linked was for made for Linux.
Listen dumb fuck, I am a sysadmin, I work primarily with linux and windows but there are a few unix systems that I support (AIX, HPUX, Solaris).
Just because you know how the OS works doesn't mean you know how to operate the security system on that OS.
Let's see if I can compile this 15 year old code in OSX.
Macports seems to have it.
Taking ages to install though.