Ive always had <3 for good ol' Duke Nukem. I had kept the DS port on my card for literally years, but that sukka is damn FAR from being truly playable. With the release of DS2Linux, one of the first things I tried out was eDuke32, and was pleasantly surprised at how good it runs on the DStwo. Good enough I thought it should be shared. While I haven't had any problems (except the audio tends to quit working after a bit on the atomic edition), I gotta say the obligatory Use At Your Own Risk. So, for all pleasure in it, this here is the eDuke32 Dingux port set up to auto-boot on the DS2Linux beta. No fussing with the d-menu GUI to navigate, DN3D just boots when you run the plug. In fact, it doesn't even use d-menu, so it may be better about not corrupting *SD cards. This was made with JUST the basic/needed files for DS2Linux, and a simple edit of LOCAL/sbin/MAIN. Drop the contents of the download to the root of your SD. Fire up your DSTwo, run the Duke3D_Linux.plg (<-merely a renamed dstwoLinux.plg) and get ready to kick ass and chew bubblegum, unless you happen to all be out of gum. button settings Screen View Settings: start+L = zoom/scaled start+dpad = adjust x/y axis in zoom start+R = reset to dstwo menu Game Settings: start/A = choose select/B = back A = fire Y = jump L = crouch B = open dpadL = turn left dpadR = turn right dpadUp = forward dpadDown = back B+dpadL = strafe left B+dpadR = strafe right X+dpadUp = look up X+dpadDown = look down R+dpadUp/dpadDown = change weapon R+dpadL/dpadR = change item eDuke32-Dingux auto-boot Note: there is a drawback/issue if you already have DS2Linux Beta1.0 on you DSTwo. This auto-run method changes the DS2Linux boot path, so the regular z4/z5/whatev CAN NOT be used at the same time as this duke auto-boot. *DS2Linux won't run on a SD formatted with the Panasonic tool. Try it out! What are you waiting for, ..Christmas?