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Welcome to El Topo's HQ!
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IBM 729V
(Alternate file mirror if the untergrund.net ftp is cranky)
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Amiga stuff hosted here:

- Amaze: Revolutions (music disk 1990) [pout]
- Hemoroids: Street Pack #11 (intro pack June 1994) [pout]
- Illusion: Faces (slideshow 1994, 1MB Chip) [pout]
- Jesters: Sonic Boom (music disk 1991) [pout]
- Phuture 303: Music Pack v1.1 (1994) [pout]
- Saints: Chip pack #01 (June 1994) [pout]
+ Syndrome: Kickdown #5 (mag/intro pack 1995) [pout]
- Termos & Illusion: Veramid (music disk 1994) [pout]

- = OCS/ECS, + = AGA
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MS-DOS stuff hosted here:

* The Humble Guys: Lemmings cracktro (1991) [pout]
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MacOS stuff hosted here:

* Nemesis Productions: Chrystar Demo [pout]
* Nemesis Productions: Flag Day [pout]
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Other stuff:

* My 1337 Windows musicdisk called "Dance Mania" [pout]
* Noise Demo, a Linux demo by El Topo in 2009. [Win32 port] [pout]
* Useful C-1541 disk commands
* cgterm-1.7b2.patch, a patch for the CGTerm 1.7b2 source tree to make the
  program work better with my Swedish keyboard under Xubuntu Linux. Long story
  short, it uses scancode values instead of keysyms. You'll also need
  this xmodmap script for it to work. testkbd.c is also patched so it can be
  used with other keymaps that have problems.
* jsbin, useless JavaScript snippet
* You might also be interested in another pet project hosted here called
  grfxvault.org. The project went to sleep and I didn't bother to renew the
  domain. The images are still here though.
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I HEREBY SALUTE THE 2011 UPGRADE OF THE UNTERGRUND.NET INFRASTRUCTURE! :)
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