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February 6, 2007

How to override a locked-down PC to play Go


Bob Parks, in Volume 5 of MAKE magazine, wrote about a nifty hack by Karl Sigler, a computer security expert, which lets you use a CD he's created to substitute a tiny version of Linux called Hikarunix for the native OS on PCs in cafes, training stations and libraries.

Here's the article.


The CD (top) is $7.99.

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