It's not a fish, and it doesn't live in Nôtre Dame Cathedral...it's just...Humpback. It may have something to do with the fact that the box is mounted behind the screen.
How/where the machine was obtained
Bought used from an auction.
History prior to arriving to UCC
Purchased by the club in February 2009 from Coke sales
UCC machine history
Well, I asked Rufus, but he was playing the game.
In January 2012, Humpback's power supply (which was integrated into the motherboard) died. During its three years in the clubroom Humpback earned the title of "Most Useful Clubroom Machine", and was favored by many, despite not actually being very fast. Humpback was considered so useful that some members even held a competition to see who could stay at the top of the login list, aka the "Humpback-ometer" for the longest. During its final year, the usefulness of Humpback declined, and it began to be superseded by the amazingly powerful Pinball (and later Clownfish).
Current machine tasks
Decommissioned. Will probably be thrown in the bin soon.
Current software configuration
Ubuntu, as drunk in the Congo
Current hardware configuration
Very humpback-like setup. P4 3GHz, 1GB RAM.
Future plans for the machine
To be replaced
[CHZ] for accidentally buying it, [DAA] for setting it up