Sigit is a customisable signature creator that can be run either as a daemon or as a normal foreground process. It allows you to have a changing signature. If it's configured correctly, it will also change the information displayed when someone fingers you. It also supports multiple signature files for different newsgroups, and NFS-mounted $HOME shares.
Re: Bzip2 option removed
> If this is true how come it is not
> mentioned anywhere in the manual on the
> GNU page? The only way I can see to get
> this support in is by applying a patch
> to the code.
~> tar --version | head -n1
tar (GNU tar) 1.13.25
~> tar --help | grep "\-j"
-j, --bzip2 filter the archive through bzip2
Seems to me like it's there.... No need for any patch of any kind.
Thank you Leon, for enlightning me. The "Linux Device Drivers 2.ed." was on my list, as the next O'reilly book to buy, now I know I just need it..