What does Einstein know?

I was playing with the source for debian package "einstein" today and I got the source for it and there were some parts missing. It wasn't a big deal, but it was some fonts that didn't show up in the resources. I just got the source and figured out the game, which is interesting. It is written by a Russian and so it is a little odd and there are some things that are misspelled. The game is supposed to only be solvable by somebody with an IQ greater than 98, but I can solve it so that means that an old guy with the IQ of a squirrel can solve it so that seems to contradict the premise.

If you are doing this from the Ubuntu command line, you would type

sudo apt-get install einstein

and it will show up in the games area for KDE desktop. I like the game and it is certainly more challenging than some. It is worth a whirl if you are looking for some distraction. I was setting up network connectivity for somebody and it serves as a way to get rid of some stress. It is difficult to know whether you are helping or not when you email and IM with people about problems as they either get them solved or give up and sometimes it is not possible to know which it is. It would be nice if somebody would say that it worked or didn't work for the sake of closure.

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