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May 03, 2005


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Henry Lowengard

At last! a companion product for my Amiga Mindlight, the hardware portion of the astounding (ca. 1988)
Visual Aurals program!


I think it's a pity that I have to look in all the strange little nooks and crannies on the net to find these interesting programs for linux. Actually, this is the only one of it's kind that I know of for linux.

I have Xandros 4 home edition, 2.6.18 which is debian based. I need to convert that mindguard- into a debian. Do you know if that .tgz file is proper slackware to convert to debian?

From what I've experienced, in general linux people are not interested in such mind control type programs while windows people are, so such programs are numerous for windows.

On the other hand, linux is more like hyperspace while windows in more like a multi-faceted box where users "think" they have it all, so it's difficult to say which minds are truly open.

I looked at the description about the composition of the machines necessary for Mind Guard's operation. Since my PC was custom built in 2006, I'm not sure if it's qualified to use Mind Guard. It has aluminum head sinks, but there's also a lot of steel and copper in there.

How does Mind Guard work with the newer PC's?

Thanks in advance!

Kenzo (lastever.org / kenzodb.com)

Thanks for your important follow-up question!

I hope somebody else looks in this same strange little nook/cranny and provides you with the crucial mind-controlling information you seek.

In the interim, why not switch to an Amiga?

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