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Originally Posted by jaboua That's one of the reasons they tell you that it's fully possible in knoppix.... what.. the install?...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaboua
    That's one of the reasons they tell you that it's fully possible in knoppix....
    what.. the install?
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    Yeah! You can do mostly the same stuff in knoppix, it's just that you won't have any stage-tarballs on the cd (not in minimal anyway) or some tools like mirrorselect.

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    whoah thats cool... im gonna try that when i try to install gentoo again
    can u play games?! or does the install use all of the resources?
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    Actually, I did'nt try playing games when compiling, but I guess it wouldn't hurt if you played solitaire or something

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaboua
    Actually, I did'nt try playing games when compiling, but I guess it wouldn't hurt if you played solitaire or something
    Or frozen-bubble
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    Quote Originally Posted by budman7
    Quote Originally Posted by jaboua
    Actually, I did'nt try playing games when compiling, but I guess it wouldn't hurt if you played solitaire or something
    Or frozen-bubble
    Xevil is cool too, and really lightweigh, and offcourse works on linux: http://xevil.com/

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    Xevil disclaimer
    Read this DISCLAIMER or DIE!

    O.K., kids... let's get this straight. XEvil is not for meek, peace-loving, "I love you, you love me..." types of people. The fans of XEvil enjoy it because of its shameless displays of blood and violence, of people getting lit on fire, getting shot, being ripped up by chainsaws, getting high on drugs, and burst open by aliens.
    I think I will stick with frozen-bubble.
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    Well, I guess I'm one of those violent peaples then... But I still beleve you should try it, at least once. Endless possibilitys of killing, for example you can fly around with a 1-ton weight and drop it in someones head if you're chopper-boy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaboua
    Well, I guess I'm one of those violent peaples then... But I still beleve you should try it, at least once. Endless possibilitys of killing, for example you can fly around with a 1-ton weight and drop it in someones head if you're chopper-boy!
    Do they have B.G. in there, it might be worth it.
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