"Microsoft may have failed to occupy the stand it booked at this
year's Linux Expo in London's Olympia conference centre, but some
of the company's products did make a showing, even if the company
might rather they had not.
"On the stand of a multimedia-oriented Linux distribution called
dyne:bolic, operating system author and maintainer Jardmil--the
moniker he prefers to be known by--was demonstrating a hacked Xbox
that can be used to offload processing tasks from a mixed cluster
of PCs and Xboxes..."
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