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"apt-get-rekt" Debian package contents
#!/bin/sh
APT_GET_REAL="apt-get.real"
EXIT_FAILURE=100
if [ "$#" -lt 1 ]; then
#No action specified
$APT_GET_REAL #Print default help
echo 'Get rekt.'
exit
else
if [ "$1" = "rekt" ]; then
#Get rekt
#Simulate real apt-get's root requirement
if [ "`id -u`" -eq "0" ]; then
echo "rekt"
exit
else
echo 'E: Need to be root' 1>&2
exit $EXIT_FAILURE
fi
else
$APT_GET_REAL $@
fi
fi
.TH APT-GET-REKT 8 "Version 1.5"
.SH NAME
apt-get-rekt - get rekt with apt-get
.SH SYNOPSIS
.B apt-get rekt
.SH DESCRIPTION
This utility extends apt-get with a humorous command.
.SH BACKGROUND
This is based on the flair of one of the moderators of
.nh
/r/linuxmasterrace
.hy 1
on Reddit.
.SH AUTHOR
Jack126Guy <someanon126@gmail.com>
.SH COPYRIGHT
The program and this manual are released into the public domain under
Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal:
<http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/>
.SH SEE ALSO
.BR apt-get (8)
Package: apt-get-rekt
Version: 1.5
Section: misc
Priority: optional
Architecture: all
Pre-Depends: apt
Replaces: apt
Installed-Size: 1
Maintainer: Jack126Guy <someanon126@gmail.com>
Description: Get rekt with apt-get
This package modifies apt-get to add a new
command.
.
It is a joke based on the flair of one of the
moderators of the subreddit /r/linuxmasterrace.
#!/bin/sh
APT_GET_REAL="apt-get.real"
APT_DIR="/usr/bin"
cd $APT_DIR
if [ -e "$APT_GET_REAL" -a "$1" != upgrade ]; then
mv "$APT_GET_REAL" apt-get
fi
#!/bin/sh
APT_GET_REAL="apt-get.real"
APT_DIR="/usr/bin"
cd $APT_DIR
if [ -e apt-get -a "$1" != upgrade ]; then
mv apt-get "$APT_GET_REAL"
fi
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jack126guy commented Mar 5, 2021

The preinst and postrm scripts manipulate the original apt-get binary directly, and when apt is updated bad things happen. This should be handled with diversions instead.

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