alex_snow at gmx.net
Fri Jun 11 18:51:02 EDT 2004
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also, if you like dungion type games you may want to check out
nethack. I forget the url but it's somewhere on sourceforge.
On Fri, Jun
11, 2004 at 12:00:48PM -0700, Ralph W. Reid wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 10, 2004 at 07:59:58AM -0400, Roy Nickelson wrote:
> > hi,
> > are there any games that work with speakup?
> > Roy
> Here on my Slackware 9.0 system, some games were installed in
> /usr/games. If you are heavily into interactive fiction (text) games,
> you might want to check out the interactive fiction site at
> <a href="http://ifarchive.org">this place.</a>
> If you want to get into online multi-user domains (MUDs), you might
> want to start by looking up
> <a href="http://www.game.org">this place.</a>
> HTH, and have a _great_ day!
> Ralph. N6BNO. Wisdom comes from central processing, not from I/O.
> rreid at sunset.net http://personalweb.sunset.net/~rreid
> Opinions herein are either mine or they are flame bait.
> CIRCLE CIRCUMFERENCE = 2 * _pi * r
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Besides, its really not worthwhile to use more than two times your physical
ram in swap (except in a select few situations). The performance of the system
becomes so abysmal you'd rather heat pins under your toenails while reciting
Windows95 source code and staring at porn flicks of Bob Dole than actually try
to type something.
-- seen on c.o.l.development.system, about the size of the swap space
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