Sugarplum Mary? That's me!
I was just playing with this here terminal and learning some Linux!
It's a great intro to the Bash terminal.
If you get stuck at any point, type
hintme to get a nudge!
Can you make it to the end?
The North Pole 🍭 Lollipop Maker: All the lollipops on this system have been stolen by munchkins. Capture munchkins by following instructions here and 🍭's will appear in the green bar below. Run the command "hintme" to receive a hint.
Many of the terminals at KringleCon are designed to help you get acquainted with a specific technology or tool. In this case the Bash command shell and some common shell commands. The Answers section below provides a copy/pastable overview of each of the commands. All entries link to explainshell.com which provides a detailed explanation of the command and its parameters.
- Perform a directory listing:
- Find the munchkin inside the munchkin:
- Remove the munchkin in your home dir:
- Print the present working dir:
- Find the hidden munchkin:
find . -iname *munchkin*
- Find the munchkin in your command history:
history | grep -i munchkin
- Find the munchkin in your env vars:
env | grep -i munchkin
- Head into the workshop:
- Find which toolbox the munchkin is in:
grep -iR munchkin *
- Run the
chmod 755 lollipop_engine; ./lollipop_engine
cdinto electrical and rename
cd electrical/; mv blown_fuse0 fuse0
- Make a symbolic link named
fuse1that points to
ln -s fuse0 fuse1
- Make a copy of
cp fuse1 fuse2
- Add MUNCHKIN_REPELLENT into the file
echo MUNCHKIN_REPELLENT > fuse2
- Find the munchkin somewhere in
find /opt/munchkin_den/ -iname *munchkin*
- Find the file in
/opt/munchkin_denthat is owned by the user
find /opt/munchkin_den/ -user munchkin
- Find the file created by munchkins >108 Kb and <110 Kb in
find /opt/munchkin_den/ -size +108k -a -size -110k
- List running processes to find another munchkin:
ps ax | grep -i munchkin
- Use a command to have the only listening port display:
- Interact with this server to retrieve the last munchkin:
- Stop the
You did it - great! Maybe you can help me configure my postfix mail server on Gentoo!
Hey, wouldja' mind helping me get into my point-of-sale terminal?
It's down, and we kinda' need it running.
Problem is: it is asking for a password. I never set one!
Can you help me figure out what it is so I can get set up?
Shinny says this might be an Electron application.
I hear there's a way to extract an ASAR file from the binary, but I haven't looked into it yet.