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Enlightenment DR 0.18 Released


Just one year after the long-time coming official release of Enlightenment 0.17 (E17), Enlightenment 0.18 has been released! The new release features 242 individual changes and a host of new features and bug fixes. One of the more interesting changes is the built-in compositor has now been merged…

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How to setup a LAMP development environment in Vagrant

 HowToForge: In this tutorial, we will move to next level and will learn more about Vagrant and setting up LAMP development environment in Vagrant.

Vivaldi: A New Web Browser for Next Generation Internet Browsing

 tecmint: Vivaldi is a Chromium/Blink engine based web browser with very appealing interface.

Companies really want Linux-savvy employees and they want them now

 ZDnet: 88 percent of hiring managers report that it's "very difficult" or "somewhat difficult" to find qualified candidates.

Linux-powered programmable cube gets touchy-feely

 Linux Gizmos: On Kickstarter, a "Cuberox" project is seeking funding for its Arch Linux based WiFi- and Bluetooth-enabled cubic PC, with six 256-pixel, touch enabled sides.

4 things you (probably) didn't know you can do with Chrome for Linux

 ITworld: Chrome for Linux provides almost all of the features of a Chromebook

Make a Twitter-controlled desk lamp with open source tools See how a Twitter-controlled desk lamp exemplifies how open source tools help us do amazing things with powerful technologies.

Valve Is Showing That Steam Is Finally Shaking Off the Windows Dependency

 softpedia: If anyone had any doubts about the commitment of Valve to the Linux operating systems, they should be put to rest with the latest SteamOS sale.

Google Boosts Security in Chrome 41

Datamation: Google is paying out $52,000 in security awards as part of the new browser release.

3 open source projects that transformed Hadoop Initially, Hadoop implementation required skilled teams of engineers and data scientists, making Hadoop too costly and cumbersome for many organizations. Latest Articles

Dying Light Massive Patch Due March 10th, And New DLC

Dying Light is due to get a massive patch next week which should have the performance fixes we have been waiting on, a load of free content, and a new DLC too.

It's The Time For Friday Livestream! Join In At 6 PM UTC!

Hey hey hey, it's Friday again which means that it's time to consume bandwidth by livestreaming Linux gaming to you around the world. So let's do just that!

The Wine Development Release 1.7.38 Is Now Available

Wine development team was able to produce a new experimental release today. 1.7.38 bringing many new features and as many as 57 bugfixes.

Adventure Platformer 'The Deer God' Out Of Early Access, It's Good But With Unreleased Potential

We covered the crowd-funded platformer from Crescent Moon Games when it released in Early Access on Steam in December. The game had its full release last week and we've taken a look at it.

GOL Cast: Exploring Virtual Memories In Soul Axiom

Ever thought about recording your thoughts and memories into a computer to relive the happiest moments of your life again and again and again? Well, here we have a game in which we can explore what might happen if such technology was available to us. Let's go see what Soul Axiom has in store for us!

Valve Developed Own Vulkan Driver For Intel, They Demo Dota 2 On Source 2

Valve have been extremely busy, and we are already seeing some fruits of their work. They have written a Vulkan driver for an Intel GPU, showed Source 2 with Dota 2 on it, and they will open source the driver.

Itch Game Store Announces Open Revenue Sharing

It seems pretty standard across stores that they take a bit fat cut of developers revenue, but is aiming to change this.

Steam Now Has Official Hardware Pages On Its Store (UPDATED)

I was wondering when they would do this! Steam Machines, Steam Link, and the Steam Controller have all gained store pages in a new Hardware section on Steam. This should help sales, a lot. UPDATED.

Torchlight II Now On Linux, Old News By A Day, But Here’s My Report

You know since yesterday with our massive SteamOS news post that Torchlight II is now on Linux, but since the dust is settling we have had some time to check out the port, here’s how it runs.

14 Steam Machines Revealed At GDC, Some Thoughts

With GDC being in full swing we’ve had a chance to take a look at 14 different models of Steam Machine thanks to Ars Technica, and the findings are interesting.

Planetary Annihilation Making A Go At Linux Stability, Report Your Bugs

Just a friendly note that Uber Entertainment are wanting feedback on Linux issues in Planetary Annihilation, as they want to make it a great experience.

Lots Of Big Games Confirmed For SteamOS, Torchlight II Now Out, Payday 2, Mordor And More Coming Too

Valve has announced a Steam sale simply titled ”STEAMOS SALE” with interesting games that are already available and games that they claim are heading over to the platform. The list seems to include some quite big titles too!

Zotac Announces A Proper Steam Machine With SteamOS (Updated)

Now it’s getting really interesting! Zotac has announced a proper Steam Machine with SteamOS, and it looks quite nice too. (Updated: See the bottom).

Source Engine 2, Steam Link And More Announced At GDC

This is what we have been waiting for, Valve sent out official word about a number of things! These include Source 2, Steam Link and more.

Mad Max From Avalanche Studios Confirmed For Linux

You like car games right? Well the crazy and amazing looking Mad Max has been confirmed for Linux/SteamOS.