Resources and additional information
--- If your looking for firmware that's not in Fatdog64, you'll want to try here and the manufacturer's web site.
--- Barry Kauler, the creator of Puppy Linux, has a blog here.
--- Barry's web site.
T2 System Development Environment
--- Fatdog's base packages were built using T2 build scripts.
--- If your compiling a kernel and need to know what a config option means look here.
--- Linux and hardware news.
--- This is a first person shooter (FPS). Best free one I've seen.
--- A FPS game, similar to Quake 3, this one is actually GPLed.
--- A FPS game set in the wild west of the 1800s.
Linux Game Database
--- I haven't actually used this much, but it looks good.
The games listed above require no installation, just unzip and play.
They are quite large, in the 500MB to 700MB range. They all use the
GPLed Quake 3 engine so they can run on modest hardware.
ATI and Intel hardware acceleration is supported by Fatdog64 with the
included open source drivers, but you'll get better performance from
the propritary ATI driver if it supports your card. Make sure you check
to see if the version in the pet repository supports your card before installing.
For Nvidia you'll need the Nvidia pet package installed.
There are a few games in the pet repository too.