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daniel_c

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"Linux for PlayStation 2 allows you to run the versatile Linux operating system on a usual PlayStation 2 console. In addition to the Linux kit, you will require a PlayStation 2, 8MB Memory Card and a monitor with sync-on-green capabilities."

gosh there making linux for everything

Edited by daniel_c, 21 June 2006 - 12:44 AM.

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Cool, what will you actually be able to do on it though?
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PS2s original OS is based upon Linux anyway, as is the PS3 they released an official more traditional linux in order to try and get a tax break on the US, it didnt work.
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(refering to Supercalifragilistic) i suppose everything you could do with linux on a copmputer.
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I actually read of some universities reoing the linux OS for there own use and networking a couple hundred PS2s as a big server cluster, pretty clever and its supposed to have decent speeds.
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