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Can I make Geektool run a game?


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You're going to need to be much more specific than this.

GeekTool doesn't take input - it only handles output. So the answer is probably no unless it displays the results from another program.

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How? I'm a big noob.
Believe it or not...I found this with Google in about 5 seconds:

How To Customize Your Desktop with GeekTool

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