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When you mess with the Amiga computers, especially the original ones created by Commodore, you never stop having fun. To keep them working for a few decades more, there is a need to mess with their electronic components as well.

I wonder how young people would react, if someone told them that the last few days he was kept busy by changing capacitors at his computer. And that’s exactly what recapping is and I can tell you that it’s not easy to do. But as soon as you turn the computer on and see that it works just fine, without any issues, a feeling of greatness fills you from your head to your toes.

The GOG.com is a great website that distribute a lot of computer games, old and new. GOG Galaxy is their desktop application that connects the players with each other and the gaming community. GOG Galaxy is an alternative to Steam and currently is available only for Windows as a beta version. But it runs under Linux just fine, with the help of Wine of ‘course. Read more to see how you can install and use it under your Linux system!

Today I had the opportunity to pass sometime playing with my Amiga 2000. The computer was not even on my desktop, as I recently brought it from the previous home. So I woke up, I made my coffee and immidiately began to set up the computer.