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TOPIC: Installing Linux on a Dead Badger

Installing Linux on a Dead Badger 12 years 6 months ago #3342

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Someone had a lot of time on their hands Installing Linux on a Dead Badger.

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Step 5: Install Duppy card security antenna (included with card) in badger. Badgers may be run without security anntenas, but this is not recommended. Insecure badgers may be hacked by anyone with a compatible card and badger bits. Each Duppy card/antenna system is uniquely coded so that a properly installed system will allow only the original user to run the badger.

Step 6: Install your badger's operating system. VüDü is the preferred Linux distribution for badgers and related species (see Step 1). This distro was designed by German software engineers who contributed to the SuSE project before they started up Twisted Faces Software in Jamaica. An alternative distribution is Pooka, which is available for download at However, there is no alpha build for MacOS and Amiga, and some Windows NT users have found that the Harvey utilities built into Pooka may cause sudden, unpredictable invisibility issues.

If the badger isn't responding correctly, you may need to make some configuration adjustments via Telnet; instructions are in the VüDü manual.
Sahir Hidayatullah. Staff - Associate Editor & Security Advisor
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