lart(8)                                                   lart(8)

       lart  -  Luser  Attitude Readjustment Tool - use a lart to
       adjust lusers' attitudes

       lart [ -use tool ] [ -bBfFgklp ] <lusername>

       lart adjusts the attitudes of those pesky, clueless people
       who  rely  upon  their  admins for everything from picking
       their mice off of the floor to turning on their  monitors;
       namely,  the  luser(8).  Running lart with the appropriate
       arguments will cause  the  specified  luser  to  run  away
       screaming in agony.  Alternatively, you can make the luser
       buy you a beer, after killing all of their processes.

       -use tool      Choose your weapon.  If this option is  not
                      specified,  the enviroment variable LART is
                      used.  If neither is set, a  default  value
                      will be used, which is set at compile time

       -b             Used to increase the size of your lart

       -B             The BOFH option.  Removes a users files and
                      kills all their processes.  If used in con­
                      junction  with -p this will also cause sys­
                      log to make entries  proving  that  <luser­
                      name>  was  the  second  gunman  behind the
                      grassy knoll

       -f             Only  fake  luser's  attitude  readjustment
                      session.   Provided  primarily  for testing
                      purposes.  Mutually exclusive with -B

       -F             fsck <lusername>
                       as a raw device.  Note  that  this  option
                      has not been tested, as it is rather diffi­
                      cult to find volunteers

       -g             Graphic violence.  Uses curses  to  monitor
                      <lusername> during the beating.

       -k             Kill.   A  rather  permanent option, and as
                      such is not highly recommended.   Can  only
                      be invoked once per <lusername>

       -p             See -B

       sysadmin(1), guru(8), luser(8)

                            01 23 1996                    lart(8)

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