"The Nintendo DS is an excellent gaming device, but that's not
all you can do with it. The machine's 'hackability' makes the
Nintendo DS a great platform for running open source software and
even Linux, if you want to run a slimmed down version of Linux. In
fact, several nifty open source applications can turn your Nintendo
DS into a rather useful all-around computing device.
"Before you can start loading open source software on your
Nintendo DS, you have to buy an expansion card that adds storage
capabilities to your game console and makes it possible to run
homebrew games and applications..."
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