The Null Device

Dreamcast programming info and tools. Given that these game consoles are (a) apparently more readily hackable than PlayStations (for one, you can make a bootable CD for them with a normal drive), (b) run NetBSD and Linux, and (c) are discontinued (and thus likely to be selling cheaply, especially when all the kids want a PS2), they may be worth buying for hack value. Now if someone figured out a way of bolting an IDE hard disk onto one, it would make quite a nifty web server/MP3 jukebox/(insert your own application here).

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