Traditionally software packages on Unix/Linux systems had to be installed by downloading the source code, compiling and installing it using the well-known command sequence: ./configure make make install Nowadays, sysadmins and Unix/Linux users can use package managers to install software with the added benefit that these managers also take the pain out of dependency management. Still installing from source is sometimes necessary and I've heard of hardcore sysadmins who actually prefer it. If you are one of those or just nostalgic you may enjoy a shirt or another product with these commands printed in a white monospace font on it.
Please see the respective shop pages for details about available colors, product types and prices. The sizing charts will help you pick the right size for you or the lucky person in case you want to buy a gift.
Design published: by Ramiro Gómez
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