Mrsh is a tool that uses pipes to allow a system administrator to issue a command on many systems at the same time. The user can select any remote shell command they wish. This tool was designed out of necessity. Mrsh is known to compile flawlessly under RedHat Linux, and Solaris 2.5 and 2.6.
> % % Ah, we didn't accept your
> % % so we're "assholes".
> % Well, now I certainly didn't say
> Ummmmm... from the page you linked
> I had spent several hours getting this
> package all pretty, and it hurt my
> feelings that they didn't feel like
> posting it because they could do it with
> a while loop. So, I still think they're
Oh, sorry, my bad. I really didn't mean it, it
hurt my feelings is all. I'll be taking that page
down soon anyway.
> % I've recorded the saga for all to
> see at the spamd page.
> Ah, we didn't accept your submission,
> so we're "assholes". Well,
> it won't be the first time. :)
Well, now I certainly didn't say that. I do think
you judged spamd unfairly though. I presented
both sides of our conversation on the web page.
It's up to the readers of the page (nobody) to decide.
I completely udnerstand your triviality
policies. I think spamd is a poor example of a
trivial program though. Small perhaps, but not
I'm a huge fm2 fan. Don't misunderstand that...