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I played the good old UFO: Enemy Unknown (XCOM: UFO Defense in the US) in the days of 486 DOS computers, and later on on DosBOX on my Linux box. I then played UFO2000, the battle only - multiplayer remake of the game. UFO: Alien Invasion http://ufoai.sourceforge.net/?page=Home brings the world map back to the game: it is an open-source remake of the original UFO, in Quake 2 - engine powered 3D, with a new alien agenda and lots of more realism. The game seems to have an impressive amount of depth...
So I had the wifi working with bcm43xx, and I had two systems, one amd64 and one i386. I went over to a friends house and updated to lenny on both systems. At the time the i386 system was still almost unusable because of the time it took to boot up, nearly 10 minutes. I changed the 'sources.list' file on both partitions. After a long time running 'aptitude update' and 'aptitude full-upgrade' I got both installations up to a current version of lenny....