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NUKE(8)                                                                NUKE(8)

NAME
       nuke - launch nuclear weapons at mapped USENET sites

SYNOPSIS
       /etc/nuke [-y yield] [-a height] [-hcm] sitename...

DESCRIPTION
       Nuke employs the `missile coordinate' fields in the USENET map database
       and Internet connections to a server interfaced  with  AUTOVON  to  lob
       nuclear  weapons  at  other UNIX sites, specified by name.  The default
       warhead is a single 25KT groundburst tac nuke;  options  support  other
       combinations of warhead size, type and deployment.

       The  -y  option  specifies a yield.  The argument must be a number suf-
       fixed by K or M, for kiloton or megaton respectively.  Yield  arguments
       above 255M are quietly ignored.

       The -a option specifies an air-burst height in meters.

       The -h option specifies thermonuclear (hydrogen) weapons.

       The  -c  option  specifies  cobalt-jacketed warheads for permanent site
       interdiction.

       The -m option, useful with multiple-site nuke calls, invokes code which
       optimizes delivery using MIRVed warheads to minimize launches.

       In accordance with the normal UNIX design philosophy nuke does not pre-
       vent you from nuking yourself.

FILES
       /usr/lib/maps/*          USENET map file database

BUGS
       If a target site has given only nearest-city  coordinates  in  its  map
       entry,  incorrect  targeting  and significant collateral casualties may
       result.

       Heavy use of nuke may cause EMP effects which interfere  with  Internet
       service.

NOTE
       This command is restricted to super-users only.

AUTHOR
       Eric S. Raymond <esr@thyrsus.com>

UNIX                            13 October 1991                        NUKE(8)

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