Linoxide: Viber is a cross-platform instant messaging VoIP application
Datamation: Productivity is essential to anyone's day, no matter who you are or where you work
ITworld: The /proc file system brings the processes on your Unix systems into view in some very useful ways, but only if you take the time to cd over to /proc and see all it can tell you.
xmodulo: Working with permissions on Linux is rather a simple task.
ServerWatch: Server and cloud administrators have long had multiple virtualization options to choose from.
LinuxGizmos: The Xen Project's Embedded and Automotive initiative will bring its hypervisor to a GlobalLogic IVI stack combining a fast-boot Android with Linux or QNX.
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A Linux beta has been made publicly available for Gunpoint on Steam for those Linux users who love to test and break software.
Pillars of Eternity now has a backer-beta available, but the Linux (and Mac) versions aren't due for a while yet sadly.
Sanctum 2 got released officially for Linux after being in beta for quite a while. So, it's our job to show you how well it runs and how good the actual game is. Time to protect some Cores!
In a press release last week the developer of indie hit To the Moon, Freebird Games, revealed that their next game, A Bird Story, will be available for Linux on Steam and GOG, among other distribution platforms.
The Witcher 3 for Linux remains officially unconfirmed now even after the front page of Steam itself advertised it as coming to SteamOS.
For those who can't wait for the release of Valve's Steam Machines, this is a guide on how to build your own using parts tested to make sure they play nice together. The guide also doubles up as a cheap PC build for those looking to get the best value for money Linux gaming rig.
Today we have an important announcement to make for you, the GOL community. Before you go reading any further, please remain calm and read the whole article through before making any rushed decisions or leaving comments.
Linux is about to get a pretty deep and serious city builder courtesy of Paradox and Colossal Order named Cities Skylines.
Thanks to a couple of German news site we have learnt today that Spellforce 3 will be heading to Linux. Not surprising is that our new friends at Nordic Games are the publisher.
Ziggurat is a great looking mix of hectic FPS fighting and dungeon crawling, but it has been released with some major issues.
Monsters & Monocles looks absolutely fantastic and they need help on Steam Greenlight in the way of votes. Luckily it will support Linux from day one.
The new Unreal Tournament is shaping up nicely, and one youtuber has popped up a video of 20 minutes gameplay.
Valve are doing their thing again and pushing out a pretty damn big update to the Steam client with a refreshed look and some nifty new features.
AMD are working very closely with the Khronos Group for the next generation OpenGL API, and have even given them access to see what makes their own Mantle API tick.
I really do have to hand it to Virtual Programming for sticking at it despite harsh feedback from a lot of people. The Witcher 2 has another performance improvement beta release.