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Re: [vox] X-Box Linux released through Mandrakesoft
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Re: [vox] X-Box Linux released through Mandrakesoft



On Tue, 2002-10-08 at 22:26, Ken Bloom wrote:
> On the subject of Z-Boxes, I tried searching for them on Google, and 
> found this (looks like it was one of google's paid advertisements).
> 
> http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=5744
> 
> Excerpts:
> 
> The rogue OS requires a modded XBox and a USB keyboard and mouse 
> connected to the Xbox by a Xbox-USB adaptor, which, say the Project 
> posse, can be easily built by most users.
> 
> Microsoft has been targetting X-Box hackers and modders recently, 
> shutting down a nice little entrepreneurial outfit 
> <%20http://www.theinquirer.net/Default.aspx?article=5725> in Hong Kong. 
> The company had no statement to make on the development at press time, 
> other than to say that modding an X-Box voids its warranty.

Oh dear...:(. Just wanted to apologioze to the list, my humor earlier
wasn't appropriate...

What is the warranty on an X-Box? Anyone know?

Matt


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