Well maybe not entirely.
I have cannibalized a few old P3 era PC into 1 'gaming' machine for my son(6). The intent was to let him have his own machine to watch a few videos and to play online games.
The standard fare offered by the likes of miniclip
, BBC kids
, Kids CBC
, BBC - Children
I have Hardy Heron set up, running well, no issues with hardware, it truly worked straight out of the box (well .iso).
Now, I find that Adobe does not provide Shockwave
for Linux. Nor does it appear that they are in the process of creating one. Oddly enough, there is Shockwave for Mac OSX, a variant of BSD, a cousin of linux, so how hard would it be to port it over? Maybe its a conspiracy (where is my tinfoil hat)?
My last hope is this help page
. But this seems like smashing a square peg in a round hole. And I wonder about updates...
I do not have an extra license for Windows, nor do I want to buy one, this is a zero budget build.