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Randomsig is a program that creates a .signature file in your home directory as a named pipe. This pipe will produce a random line each time it is read from. This is useful for generating random signatures in email messages and the like. The program can also be run in safe mode where it will simply update the a text .signature file every so often according to how you've configured the program.
released on 26 September 2001
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