SW, TESB, ROTJ, Ewoks: The Battle for Endor, The Ewok Adventure & The Star Wars Holiday Special.
I think this is the sentence in the license agreement that convinces people otherwise:
"Please remember, your right to use Solaris acquired as a download is limited to a trial of 90 days, unless you acquire a service contract for the downloaded Software."
Installed Yggdrasil on my awesome new 486, 8 Megs of memory, 250 meg drive with the cool "ftape" tape drive.
Anyway, to shrink its memory footprint, I recompiled the kernel with no networking. When I noticed that there was still networking code in it, I took matters into my own hands and started ripping out all the networking code that remained.
After I compiled and booted THAT, it was noticeably smaller! But stuff like X quit working. Phooey.
ASR-33? Off my lawn, punk. Fancy terminal-connected-to-the-computer boy.
My IBM 029 Card Punch soldiers on and has the added bonus of providing scorecards for cutthroat domino games and bookmarks for when I'm busting massive core dumps. And I can load up bitching programs on the drum.
And it's even "green"! After you're done with one side of the card, you can turn it over and punch the other side.
Count your blessings. A page on the Atari 800 was only 256 bytes.
You are always doing something marginal when the boss drops by your desk.