RIG (Random Identity Generator) 1.11
RIG is a program I wrote to replace a particularly poor closed-source unattributed public-domain implementation for MS-DOS.
My implementation of fake is GPL, however its database belongs to whoever wrote the original implementation, or if that person remains unknown then I suppose it lies in the public domain. If you feel uncomfortable with this then please provide a new database. It shouldn't be too hard to create a new one.
Install should be pretty easy, just type "make install". If your system dosen't
have /dev/urandom and you'd like to use /dev/random instead, do
make install CFLAGS=-DDEVRANDOM
What's New in This Release:
· Fix compilation on some platforms. Thanks to many people for noticing these problems.
· Fix problems with the -m and -f options. Thanks to Casey Carter noticing this problem, and to the Debian developers (notably Norbert Veber and Aaron Lehmann ) for proposing a fix.
· Add an entry for Coward, SC.
· Make Biloxi area and ZIP codes match the same physical spot. Thanks to Chris Lawrence for noticing this.