Banner fills an apparent hole in Linux - that is, that is does not provide a "banner" program itself, while nearly all UNIX systems seem to do so. Banner prints a "banner" on the screen that corresponds to the first 10 characters of a string entered on the command line, in a way similar to what you might see when using Solaris or AIX. There are fancier things out there, but this is nice and simple.
|banner-1.3.2-1.src.rpm||000008181279.9 KB||1216201781about 10 years ago|
|banner-1.3.2.tar.bz2||000007855976.7 KB||1216201409about 10 years ago|
|banner.spec||00000013151.28 KB||1216201387about 10 years ago|