The game you are looking for is called Moria (actually, I have even played a PalmOS version on a T5, and it was playable with a mere stylus).
no one in their right mind would ever use a CPU emulator on a mobile platform OS. It's one of the best ways to completely nuke your battery life, not to mention performance.
Like, er, Transmeta?
That's only partly true. In '94 BSD was even or ahead of Linux in terms of features.
Wrong. As one of the grandparent posts mentions, at that time Linux had shared libraries and compressed kernel, making it much more usable on desktop PCs. I know what I am talking about, I was a 386BSD and NetBSD user then, and for me those features (together with better attitude of the Linux community) were precisely the reasons for migrating to Linux.
Of course, networking at that time was more mature in *BSD. But as for overall system stability, Linux won: around 1994 it was the first UN*X I had that survived running crashme(1) on it.
The reason is very simple: I am not responding to RMS's opinions on Mono.
I am responding to RMS's last post which is pretty much content free, but does contain another personal attack against me.
The allies I refer to are folks like Linus, Eric Raymond, Tim O'Reilly and everyone else that advocates the same ideas, but does not take marching orders from him.
Theoretically? I have been running a dual-seat configuration on my home workstation for about 5 years now.
The value of a program is proportional to the weight of its output.