/dev/null - Funny Design for Linux/Unix Geeks - Black Text

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In some computer operating systems the null device discards all data written to it. This device is called /dev/null on Linux and Unix based systems and is also referred to as bit bucket or black hole in hacker jargon.

This design for well-informed computer users, such as system administrators and programmers, shows the text string “/dev/null” in a monospace font. There are different jocular interpretations for “/dev/null” such as “don’t bother sending complaints” or “go away”. Choose yours!

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Design published: by Ramiro Gómez
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