Well alot of the consoles had vapour-ware keyboards, the SNES actually had
a mouse. Itr wouldn't be too hard to design a keyboard for a playstion or
dreamcast. Actually the dreamcast will have a keyboard.
Speaking of linux and consoles, while Sega are using a Windoze development
enviroment for their Dreamcast, Sony re using a linux one for the
Don't develop software you want, you'll constantly hack it into
oblivion and when it's finally stable you won't want to use it.
On Thu, 11 Nov 1999, Anton Mc Kee wrote:
> What about the new commodore? The one that has a bulit in modem and comes
> with Lotus smart suite. I suppose all the game consoles have a processor.
> Do they have a port? It's bit a hell of an interface. Imagine trying to
> edit sendmail.cf on a playstation....
>> Anyhow that just my useless two cents.
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