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Distribution: Ubuntu 11.4,DD-WRT micro plus ssh,lfs-6.6,Fedora 15,Fedora 16
attaching an OLD two button flightstick two the sound card's gameport and getting it working with nothing more than a recompile of the kernel to supprot joysticks
using a character LCD as a spectrum analyzer for XMMS
i have linux. so there are no foolish wizards which stop me! linux give me the freedom. it always allows me change everything. i think the coolest thing is having a linux system. i really feel freedom.
Cogs, Q3, RtCW and CS all installed and running perfectly would be my gaming achievement, other than that the hardest one i acomplished would be updating the kernel and installing the nvidia drivers....that one took me a few months to get right.