use the source Luke
Program resources, like game-levels, cursors, config-files, and
The scripts and programs are all considered public domain, except where
stated otherwise (there are some GPL'd programs here).
- Vaubans Fortress
-- A Doom level of a fortress after 17th-century architect Vauban
-- Another Doom level, this time my own flat.
-- A Doom level shaped to give an illusion of a cyberspace
Cursor et al
- cursor.tar.bz2 (11k)
New Improved Cursor. Bitmaps, BDF and PCF-Font as well. The old
Cursors sucked so much it hurt, and if it hurts, hack. So I hacked the
cursors font. Looks quite nice. Sucks still. I'm waiting for a new
improved Xlib which supports 16bit xpm-animations as cursors. In fact,
the XCreatePixmapCursor() isn't. It should be called
XCreateBitmapCursor(). I hate the programmer of the X-cursor.
A Screenshot (oh well..) of the new Cursor.
- rgb.txt (20k)
The canonical rgb.txt. I missed this some time. Here it
remains for all further needs.
- Eterm.menu (8k)
My (somewhat broken) Menu for Eterm and some Commandline-options.
- profile (8k)
My /etc/profile for bash
- prompts (1k)
A Selection of Prompts
- .muttrc (5k)
My all-new .muttrc.
- .procmailrc (5k)
My .procmailrc featuring some anti-spam rules.
- .vimrc (38k)
Most of it comes from someone else.
- .bookmark.ghx (1k)
A GHX Bookmark-file with most of known trackers.