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  Chess Guide - Online Games Information
Chess (the "Game of Kings") is a board game for two players, which requires 32 chesspieces (or chessmen) and a board demarcated by 64 squares.
Chess is one of humanity's more popular games; it is has been described not only as a game, but also as both art and science.
Chess is played both recreationally and competitively in clubs, tournaments, on-line, and by mail (correspondence chess).
www.chess.freegames.eu.com   (1169 words)

 gnu.chess FAQ: GNU Chess and XBoard Frequently Asked Questions
GNU Chess is known to be a bit too aggressive in using its clock time and sometimes lets its flag fall.
AmyBoard is a port of XBoard to the Amiga, by Jochen Wiedmann.
After connecting to a chess server, XBoard 4.0.2 sends an escape sequence to its terminal that is meant to display your handle and the ICS host name (for example, "user@chessclub.com") in the terminal's banner and icon.
www.faqs.org /faqs/games/chess/gnu-faq   (11025 words)

 Chess Software for Linux | Linux Journal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
GNU Chess is the classic chess program which has been around for ages on a number of platforms.
GNU Chess came with my Slackware and Red Hat installations, and I imagine it comes on other Linux distributions as well, so you may already have it on your machine.
GNU Chess can be played in a console or under the X Window System through an interface.
www.linuxjournal.com /article/2510   (1137 words)

 Chess - GNU Project - Free Software Foundation (FSF)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
GNU Chess lets most modern computers play a full game of chess.
This release features simplified chess code and modern data structures, which make it more pedantically accessible, easier to modify, and more understandable for skilled chess experts who are not necessarily programmers.
Chua Kong-Sian is the primary author of GNU Chess 5's precursor program (Cobalt, which maintains a separate but cooperative parallel development path.) Several features have been integrated or written by Stuart Cracraft (opening book code, documentation, ability to play on Free Internet Chess Server etc.)
www.gnu.org /software/chess/chess.html   (185 words)

 Linux and GNU - GNU Project - Free Software Foundation (FSF)
Through a peculiar turn of events, the version of GNU which is widely used today is more often known as ``Linux'', and many users are not aware of the extent of its connection with the GNU Project.
One CD-ROM vendor found that in their ``Linux distribution'', GNU software was the largest single contingent, around 28% of the total source code, and this included some of the essential major components without which there could be no system.
These unexciting but essential components include the GNU assembler, GAS and the linker, GLD, both are now part of the GNU Binutils package, GNU tar, and more.
www.gnu.org /gnu/linux-and-gnu.html   (1471 words)

 LinuxDevCenter.com: Buffer Overflows in RealPlayer and GNU Chess
GNU Chess allows a computer to play the game of chess; it has a terminal interface, but supports other interfaces.
GNU Chess contains a buffer overflow that can be exploited by a remote attacker to execute arbitrary commands if the attacker can send GNU Chess commands.
GNU Chess does not have a network interface and was designed to be run locally on the user's computer and, as a result, was not written with security in mind.
www.linuxdevcenter.com /pub/a/linux/2002/01/28/insecurities.html   (870 words)

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CHESS is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY.
Everyone is granted permission to copy, modify and redistribute CHESS, but only under the conditions described in the CHESS General Public License.
Evaluation: Here is a brief description of the heuristics used in the positional evaluator of the GNU Chess program.
alumni.imsa.edu /~stendahl/comp/txt/gnuchess.txt   (1124 words)

 ATPM 5.09 - Reviews: Shareware Roundup
Chess has been around for centuries, pitting brain against brain on an eight-by-eight grid of squares filled with deception, ploys and stealth chicanery.
One thing GNU Chess will let you do is control how long it takes the computer to think before it makes a move, although the fastest setting is still molasses slow compared to other chess programs.
GNU Chess offers four playing modes (human vs. machine, machine vs. human, human vs. human and machine vs. machine) plus the option to save your game and finish it later.
www.atpm.com /5.09/roundup.shtml   (2023 words)

 GNU Chess   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The GNU Chess 5 series is a completely new chess program that shares no code with versions 1-4.
GNU Chess 5.00 was announced by Stuart Cracraft and Chua Kong-Sian on 10 October 1999.
Although GNU Chess 4 is no longer being developed, it is still of some interest to folks who like to study and compare chess engines.
www.tim-mann.org /gnuchess.html   (206 words)

 ISS X-Force Database: gnu-chess-bo(7991): GNU Chess remote command buffer overflow   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
GNU Chess version 5.02 is vulnerable to a buffer overflow caused by improper validation of user-supplied input.
By sending a specially-crafted command to the GNU Chess program, a remote attacker could overflow a buffer and execute arbitrary commands on the system.
CVE-2002-0204: Buffer overflow in GNU Chess (gnuchess) 5.02 and earlier, if modified or used in a networked capacity contrary to its own design as a single-user application, may allow local or remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a long command.
xforce.iss.net /xforce/xfdb/7991   (277 words)

 A GNU CHESS Implementation of the Capablanca Deviation
Bill Angel ((email removed contact us for address) s.cais.com) adapted the GNU chess program to play Capablanca's chess, (a chess variant on an enlarged board with two new types of pieces).
Jose Raul Capablanca (1888-1942) was a Cuban chess master who suggested,starting in 1925, certain changes to the game primarily to make it less "bookish" and less likely for play to end in draws.
Chess variant on 10 by 8 board from 19th century England Author: Hans L. Bodlaender and John Gollon Inventor: Henry Bird
www.chessvariants.org /programs.dir/capaprogdesc.html   (748 words)

 Diary for khazad
GNU Chess support was already planned for eboard, but someone concerned with crafty's non-freeness got me adding support for it earlier than I expected.
Well, GNU Chess (in fact, any engine that talks the xboard protocol version 2) support is added to eboard, the changes are already on CVS.
Better than getting a chess engine to win out every GM in the world, a chess engine programmer's challenge should be building efficient/"smart" search algorithms - searching the good positions and discarding fast the bad ones.
www.advogato.org /person/khazad/diary.html?start=8   (1108 words)

 GNU's Not Unix!
Manuals for GNU software are available at several places on the web, including Delorie Software (this looks to be the most comleat), Ohio State, Virginia Tech and Cambridge University.
Most of the GNU tools are a standard part of all Linux systems, There is also lots of other free software (copylefted or otherwise) that has been written, check out the Linux Software Map.
I have been told that the previous Amiga GNU site I had listed is not as up to date.
www.cs.pdx.edu /~trent/gnu/gnu.html   (1008 words)

 FAQ -- GNU Chess and XBoard Frequently Asked Questions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Archive-name: games/chess/gnu-faq Version: $Id: FAQ.html,v 1.114 1999/02/26 08:48:48 mann Exp $ Posting-frequency: monthly GNU Chess and XBoard: Frequently Asked Questions Here is the list of frequently asked questions and answers for the gnu.chess newsgroup, covering the chess-playing program GNU Chess, the chess interfaces XBoard and WinBoard, and a few other chess topics.
Steve Dicks (steve@starswan.demon.co.uk) tells us: You might like to know that I have recently successfully completed a port of GNU Chess 4.0.pl75 to the Acorn Archimedes, and I have written my own graphical front-end to it called ArcBoard (current version 0.05).
The oldest and largest ICS is the Internet Chess Club at chessclub.com, which now has a fee for registered use, but still allows free unregistered use.
omicron.felk.cvut.cz /FAQ/articles/a564.html   (10427 words)

Welcome to the world of GNU Chess, linked to the Web.
Wholesale Chess Sets - chess equipment for tournament players, clubs, and scholastic chess programs.
Chess Sets Shop - All variety of chess sets and chess boards including glass chess sets, marble chess sets, civil war chess sets, wooden chess boards, etc.
chess.delorie.com   (185 words)

 gnu.chess FAQ: GNU Chess and XBoard Frequently Asked Questions
GNU Chess and XBoard: Frequently Asked Questions Here is the list of frequently asked questions and answers for the gnu.chess newsgroup, covering the chess-playing program GNU Chess, the chess interfaces XBoard and WinBoard, and a few other chess topics.
Some precompiled versions are available in the Internet Chess Library; the most recent at this writing is: ftp://ftp.freechess.org/pub/chess/DOS/gch4077.zip.
On some versions of Unix, you may be able to socksify a program that you don't have the source code to by running it with an appropriate dynamic library; see http://www.socks.nec.com/.
www.cs.uu.nl /wais/html/na-dir/games/chess/gnu-faq.html   (11030 words)

 Personal Page of FreeChess
OpenChess is a GNU/GPL chess program for the PalmOS Platform, for color handhelds (3.5 and higher).
Basically, OpenChess is a simple retailoring of the old but famous GNU Chess2 program, from the Free Software Fundation, which was originately designed for DOS/Unix platforms, in alphanumeric mode.
However, there's actually no free/GPL Chess game for PalmOS, like for other platforms; for instance, the famous GNU chess, which has been ported on a lot of different platforms, did not exist yet on PalmOS.
www.geocities.com /sonaltessefr   (277 words)

 GNU Chess - Summary [Savannah]
This project is part of the GNU Project.
GNU Chess is a chess program with full source.
It enables you to play against an automated and skillful chess opponent on virtually any computer platform.
savannah.gnu.org /projects/chess   (90 words)

 Playing GNU Chess with XBoard on a Mac
Disappointed by the number of Chess programs for the Mac, I decided to delve into the land of text commands and the much touted UNIX core of OS X (Jaguar 10.2).
This was probably the easier of the two programs to compile and get to work; XBoard was a bit more tricky, but by some good documentation by its author, I played my first game tonight against GNU Chess (not a great game on my part).
Honestly, as long as you follow the documentation for compiling GNU Chess, you are good to go.
homepage.mac.com /cjudson/iblog/C389353176/E2015889702   (453 words)

 Chess Directory > Software > Titles > GNU Chess
GNU Chess - Contains GNUChess Atari, Chess, Computer chess and source code of these for different platforms
GNU Chess version 4.0b5 for Apple Mac - Apple Mac port of GNU Chess.
Official site for GNU Chess by the Free Software Foundation (FSF) - The official web site for the Free Software Foundation's chess program.
www.chess.freegames.eu.com /directory/software/titles/gnu_chess.html   (124 words)

 Chess   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Lets humans play a full game of chess against the computer.
Licensed under The GNU General Public License, Version 2.
Permission is granted to copy, distribute, and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.1 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation; with no Invariant Sections, with no Front-Cover Texts, and with no Back-Cover Texts.
directory.fsf.org /chess.html   (174 words)

 Gnu Chess
This is a great challenging game of chess.
You can choose what colors you want the background, piece colors, and text colors to be.
It even imitates moves that great chess players have played too!
www.sharewarejunkies.com /8gh3/gnuchess.htm   (64 words)

 Free Software Directory: All GNU Packages   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
GNU ghostscript - [The GNU General Public License, Version 2 or later] - 2005-08-25
GNU m4 - [The GNU General Public License, Version 2 or later] - 2005-10-17
GNU tar - [The GNU General Public License, Version 2 or later] - 2005-05-11
directory.fsf.org /GNU   (4169 words)

 SecuriTeam.com ™ - GNU Chess Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
SecuriTeam.com ™ - GNU Chess Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
A security vulnerability in the product allows execution of arbitrary code, due to a buffer overflow vulnerability in the product.
GNU Chess contains a buffer overflow vulnerability that may lead to arbitrary command execution if an attacker is permitted to send commands to GNU Chess remotely via the Internet.
www.securiteam.com /unixfocus/5UP050U6CW.html   (246 words)

 Pocket GNU Chess 2004 on PocketGear.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Very strong chess program with excellent hi-res color graphics.
Pocket GNU Chess 2004 is a very strong ARM chess program which was the original excellent Pocket GNU Chess program but now modified with stunning hi-res color graphics.
The Pocket GNU chess program is actually free but a $2 charge for World Chess Champion, Vladimir Kramnik's best 1500 games in PGN format that also comes with this package means that for the price of a beer you can have a lifetime of enjoyment.
www.pocketgear.com /software_detail.asp?id=15141   (151 words)

 OLD versions of GNU Chess? (And others...)
It doesn't look like anybody has kept a copy of them, and all the old referenced sites have been down for years.
I'd be particularly interested in the very first release, the v1.00 (or whatever.) (And any other early chess program.) It just doesn't look like anybody has kept old chess programs..
I see Sargon's source, the Byte Magazine chess 0.5 program (only recently made available!), MicroChess 1.0 and a few others, but most of the others are just gone.
gamesreviews.net /message313466.html   (229 words)

 XBoard and WinBoard
Chess engines that will run on your machine and play a game against you or help you analyze, such as GNU Chess, Crafty, or many others.
The CMail program (which works with XBoard only) automates the tasks of parsing email from your opponent, playing his moves out on your board, and mailing your reply move after you've chosen it.
You can use XBoard or WinBoard as a viewer and creator for game files recorded in PGN (standard chess notation).
www.tim-mann.org /xboard.html   (288 words)

 eboard   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
eboard is a chess interface for Unix-like systems (GNU/Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris, etc.) based on the GTK+ GUI toolkit.
It provides a chess board interface to ICS (Internet Chess Servers) like FICS and to chess engines like GNU Chess, Sjeng and Crafty.
eboard is Free Software, distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License.
eboard.sourceforge.net   (203 words)

 Info-gnu-chess Info Page
Info-gnu-chess -- Announcements and discussions about GNU Chess
This list is the place for users and installers of GNU Chess to ask for
This list is also used for announcements about GNU Chess and related
lists.gnu.org /mailman/listinfo/info-gnu-chess   (360 words)

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