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Silver, a 90s Action RPG Lands on Steam for Linux

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"Silver, a corrupt and sinister sorcerer, rules the land of Jarrah with an iron fist. He and his henchmen have abducted the village women as part of a pact with the almighty god, Apocalypse. Now, only one man can put a stop to Silver and his minions. That man is you, David, a promising young…

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Gradio - a Neat GTK3 Internet Radio App

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It's not often that I use internet radio applications, or even internet radio itself, but when a situation arose recently where I was seeking some online radio streams, I also then went delving into seeing what internet radio applications were available on Linux. Running a GNOME desktop, a GTK3 app…

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New Simple Scan Designs Emerge; Seeking Devs to Implement Them

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Simple Scan is one of my personal favourite and perhaps even one of the "essential" apps on the Linux desktop for me. It does what it says on the tin: it's simple and it scans, with a nice preview system and enough options to be decently functional. Some new designs for the app have…

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Xfce 4.13 Development COPR Repo Available for Fedora

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For those wanting to try out the latest development version packages for Xfce 4.13 (which will become 4.14 at the stable release) in Fedora, user 'nonamedotc' has set up a COPR repo to try out. The COPR repo provides packages for Rawhide, Fedora 25 and Fedora 26 and as one can imagine, anything…

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KDE Plasma gets Google Drive Integration

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KDE Plasma and Google Drive users rejoice - you will soon get Google Drive integration in the KDE desktop, allowing you to browse your files in the Dolphin file manager and Plasma Folder View applets. Elvis Angelaccio announced it today on his blog. Apparently it's pretty much ready to go, though…

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NVIDIA Driver with Improved Optimus Support Lands for Fedora 25+

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For those using an NVIDIA powered machine, especially those running Optimus laptops, a new NVIDIA driver stack has landed in the negativo17.org repo for Fedora 25 (and up) users. In a blog post, user "slaanesh" announced the improvements: "The Nvidia repository now contains all the…

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Solus Project Gets New Website, Migrates to New Development Tracker and More

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The fast moving Solus Project that is making some waves in the Linux distribution world has some new shiny things going on. Joshua Strobl, Solus Project Communications Manager has announced them in the latest This Week In Solus. In the 44th installment of This Week In Solus, Joshua details the…

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GNOME Recipes to Receive Interface Improvements, New Recipes and Cuisines

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A few months back we took a look at the new GNOME Recipes app that's currently in heavy development. Matthias Clasen has announced that along with a growing team of developers, some further improvements are on the way, both in terms of user experience and the selection of recipes and cuisines…

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Netflix flicks the 'On' Switch for Firefox on Linux

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In news sure to please all Firefox users who also use the Netflix streaming service, it's now possible to do so without any user-agent tweaks or hacks. It now works out of the box, as Netflix themselves have finally done the necessary changes in the background to make Firefox recognised as a valid…

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GNOME 3.24 'Portland' Released

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A bit over a month following the beta release of GNOME 3.23.91, the GNOME project has now released the latest version of the GNOME desktop, now at version 3.24, codenamed Portland. Some of the new features and fixes include: Calendar: A new week view, plus allowing Drag & Drop events to…

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Kubernetes on AWS Leads CNCF Cloud Native Survey

 itprotoday: By this time next year Amazon will be competing with itself as far as Kubernetes on AWS goes.

How To Install Git on CentOS 7

Git is a distributed version control system, which you can use to track the code changes (versions) while developing software.

Personal Backups with Duplicati on Linux

HowToForge: This tutorial is for performing personal backups to local USB hard drives, having encryption, deduplication and compression.

How to squeeze the most out of Linux file compression

NetworkWorld: Linux systems offer lots of options for compressing files.

Mining cryptocurrency with Raspberry Pi and Storj

opensource.com: Storj uses a proof-of-retrievability system allowing users "rent out" spare disk space and get paid monthly in Storj coin.

How To Count The Number Of Files And Folders/Directories In Linux

2DayGeek: Set of tricky commands that helps you to count files and folders in Linux.

Oh My Fish! Make Your Shell Beautiful

ostechnix: Oh My Fish is a Fishshell framework that allows you to install packages which extend or modify the look and feel of your shell.

How to enable Nested Virtualization in KVM on CentOS 7 / RHEL 7

Nested virtualization means to configure virtualization environment inside a virtual machine.

Create a free Apache SSL certificate with Let's Encrypt on CentOS & RHEL

LinuxTechLab: Let's Encrypt is a free, automated & open certificate authority that is supported by ISRG

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Sci-fi roguelike 'Xenomarine' has a huge update with 40 new alien types

Tags: Steam, Itch.io, Roguelike, Early AccessXenomarine [Official Site, itch.io, Steam] feels quite a bit like playing a 2D roguelike version of the…

Sweet 2D RPG 'LandTraveller' updated with a ton of new content

Tags: Indie Game, Early Access, Steam, RPGLandTraveller [Steam, Official Site], the sweet indie 2D RPG featuring kemonomimi (people with…

Bystander, a game that looks similar to Papers, Please adds Linux support

Tags: Steam, Early Access, Indie Game, SimulationBystander, [Steam] a game about making sure people follow the law that seems a little like Papers,…

Party Panic adds a board game mode in a free update, looks like good fun

Tags: Steam, Casual, Action, Indie GameParty Panic [Steam, Official Site], the online and local-multiplayer party game just had a big update which…

ARK: Survival Evolved is currently broken on Linux, water apparently fixed and ARK: Aberration released

Tags: Steam, DLC, Sandbox, SurvivalStudio Wildcard have finally released an official fix for the broken water in ARK: Survival Evolved [Steam] on…

The release trailer for Finding Paradise, the follow-up of To the Moon is up

Tags: Steam, GOG, Humble Store, Coming Soon, Adventure, Indie GameFinding Paradise [Steam, Official Site] is due to release with same-day Linux…

The End Is Nigh for Linux gamers is now out of beta on Steam

Tags: Platformer, Steam, Indie GameDid you get a little worried at the start of that headline? Fret not, as it's about the game 'The End Is Nigh' and…

The GOG winter sale is on, you can grab Grim Fandango Remastered for free

Tags: GOG, Game SaleTime for some more awesome deals Linux gamers, as the GOG winter sale is now officially on. You can grab Grim Fandango Remastered…

Open-ended puzzle game 'Opus Magnum' from Zachtronics has left Early Access

Tags: Puzzle, Indie Game, SteamZachtronics certainly know their puzzle games like SpaceChem, TIS-100 and now their open-ended puzzle game 'Opus…

Battle simulation game where you create units 'Hyper Knights: Battles' is now out

Tags: Steam, Indie Game, Simulation, Casual, ReviewIn Hyper Knights: Battles [Steam, Official Site] you make your own battles and your own units and…

Grass Cutter, a super cheap and silly casual game about cutting grass that's actually not bad

Tags: Casual, Indie Game, Steam, ReviewNeed a super cheap time filler? Grass Cutter [Steam] seems like a reasonable game to add to your backlog that…

The Ultimate Trivia Challenge might be a good choice for a party

Tags: CasualThe Ultimate Trivia Challenge [Steam, Official Site] is a game that will test your knowledge about various subjects, it has Linux support…

The Rocket League 'Frosty Fest' event is now live

Tags: Sports, SteamFrom now until January 2nd the Rocket League [Steam] 'Frosty Fest' event is live allowing you to earn some special items. If…

The Linux-powered Ataribox will be available to pre-order on December 14th

Tags: HardwareI'm quite unclear on just what's going on with the Linux-powered retro console, but the Ataribox [Official Site] is going up for…

Bad Pad, a hard-rock comedy platformer with a lot of promise has Linux support

Tags: Steam, Indie Game, Platformer, Early AccessBad Pad [Steam, Official Site] is a comedy platformer that's currently in Early Access that seems to…