Visual Disk Test (VDT) - the unofficial google shell. - the unofficial google shell. Goosh 0.5.0-beta #1 Mon, 23 Jun 08 12:32:53 UTC, Google/Ajax Welcome to - the unofficial google shell. This google-interface behaves similar to a unix-shell. You type commands and the results are shown on this page.
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