Hey guys, I was just recalling rather fond memories of my time spent learning Ubuntu (not), and one of my favorite little projects I undertook was configuring xscreensaver and Phosphor (I think that was them) to display pieces of the kernel in true techie spirit. Does anyone know how I would accomplish the same effect in Snow Leopard? Here's a link to what I'm talking about. Also a link to how to configure it for Linux. It shouldn't be too hard to get onto SL, right? Any help is appreciated! EDIT*** I know things should largely be the same as they were here, but there are some significant things I must me missing since I cannot get jas's fantastic guide (along with these minor corrections to it) to work on my computer. This time, I do have both Phosphor and the kernel ready, I just need to know how to make the script (or any other script for that matter, if anyone knows one) run properly. I keep getting the error when I run the perl script "syntax error at /usr/local/bin/phosphor-kernel-src.pl line 3, near "while ;" Execution of /usr/local/bin/phosphor-kernel-src.pl aborted due to compilation errors." And yes, I did make sure I have the DATA correction after the while above. And before anyone makes a smart remark, I posted this here because it has much more to do with kernels and things of a Linux nature than an OS X matter. Long story short, I'm attempting to use xscreensaver and Phosphor to create a simple screensaver that displays portions of the kernel code. I'm having problems getting the Perl script to correctly run and I'm not sure what my issue could be. I've tried posting this topic here as well, but nothing's worked yet. Any help is greatly appreciated!