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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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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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GOG.com Launches Linux Support, Ahead Of Schedule

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That's right, GOG.com has just announced they are supporting Linux, way ahead of their scheduled dates of around October or November. The launch brings 50 Linux-compatible games right away. GOG.com announced it on their website today, no doubt to the surprise of many. GOG.com says that 100 Linux…

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First Release Of KDE's Plasma 5 Desktop Arrives

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For those looking forward to the next-gen incarnation of the KDE Plasma Desktop, the first release of Plasma 5 has now arrived. A polished up UI, new default desktop theme and high-DPI support are some of the big obvious changes while still managing to maintain the traditional design and workflow.…

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Grim Fandango Remake Coming To Linux

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GNU/Linux gaming keeps on getting better and a recent announcement from developer Double Fine has caused much excitement. The remake of Grim Fandango is coming to Linux, alongside the console exclusive Playstation 4 and Vita versions as well as Windows and Mac! Double Fine initially made the…

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How to display data in a human-friendly way on Linux

NetworkWorld: Many Linux commands now have options to make their output a little easier to digest.

How to Schedule Tasks on Ubuntu 18.04 Using Crontab

Learn how to run programs at a specific time or in a given interval on Ubuntu by using the crontab

How to Install Prometheus and node_exporter on CentOS 7

Prometheus is an open source monitoring system that allows you to collect metrics from any configured target system.

How to limit CPU usage with CPULimit on Ubuntu Linux

 Learn how to limit CPU usage in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.

How To Install Asterisk on CentOS 7

Asterisk is the most popular and widely adopted open source PBX platform that powers IP PBX systems, conference servers and VoIP gateways.

Researchers Reveal Security Vulnerabilities in Tracking Apps

eWEEK: At Defcon, security researchers revealed 37 new vulnerabilities in tracking apps that could have enabled attackers to steal information and track users.

How Netflix Secures AWS Cloud Credentials

eSecurityPlanet: At Black Hat USA, Netflix engineer explains how the streaming media giant uses cloud logs to spot security issues.

Linux 4.18 Benefits from Energy-Aware Scheduling on ARM

ServerWatch: The fourth major milestone release in 2018 for the Linux kernel was officially announced by Linus Torvalds on Aug. 12 with the general availability of Linux 4.18.

5 open source strategy and simulation games for Linux

Challenge your strategic skills and explore new worlds with these five open source games.

Challenge your strategic skills and explore new worlds with these five open source games.

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Boyfriend Dungeon, an action-RPG dungeon crawler where the weapons transform into people is on Kickstarter

Tags: Indie Game, Dungeon Crawler, Action, RPG, CrowdfundingBoyfriend Dungeon [Official Site] from Kitfox Games (Moon Hunters) promises a rather…

Graveyard Keeper from Lazy Bear Games and tinyBuild is out with same-day Linux support

Tags: Humble Store, GOG, Steam, RPG, AdventureGraveyard Keeper is a slightly amusing game that has you manage a medieval graveyard while facing…

Daedalic Entertainment's futuristic thriller 'State of Mind' is out with day-1 Linux support

Tags: Humble Store, GOG, Steam, Adventure, Indie Game, Cyberpunk, Unreal EngineGood stuff from Daedalic Entertainment here as they've released State…

Crazy Justice to finally enter Early Access with Linux support on August 23rd

Tags: Action, Battle Royale, Steam, Indie Game, Early Access, Unreal Engine, Free GameCrazy Justice [Steam, Official Site], the third-person shooter…

First-person grappling-hook platformer 'The Free Ones' is out with Linux support, it's pretty good

Tags: Platformer, Steam, Indie Game, Review, AdventureThe Free Ones is a first-person platformer that sees a slave escape from captivity and it's out…

Top-down 3D action-adventure game Sikanda gives you a shape-shifting weapon

Tags: Action, Adventure, Crowdfunding, Indie GameSikanda seems like a pretty interesting top-down action-adventure, one that gives you a…

Time Traveling Raptors is a 16-bit inspired action-platformer where you're trying to fix the timeline

Tags: Crowdfunding, Indie Game, Action, PlatformerTime Traveling Raptors looks all kinds of nuts, an action-platformer where you're facing people as…

Prepare to set sail as seafaring strategy game 'Nantucket' is now officially supported on Linux

Tags: Strategy, Steam, Humble Store, Indie GameAfter being in Beta since April, Picaresque Studio have now given the Linux version of the seafaring…

Isometric university management game 'UniverCity' has entered Early Access, developed on Linux

Tags: Steam, Indie Game, Early Access, SimulationUniverCity from developer Matthew Collins who develops on Linux is a new in-development university…

The Humble Jackbox Party Bundle is out, some of their games have hidden Linux beta versions

Tags: Humble Store, Game Bundle, BetaA quick tip for those who love their party games as Humble have put out the The Humble Jackbox Party Bundle. To…

Valve may be adding support for using compatibility tools for playing games on different operating systems

Tags: Valve, SteamReddit seems to be buzzing with information from SteamDB (full credit to them for finding it) showing indications that Valve…

The Linux version of Moonlighter should be out soon, in the 'last stage'

Tags: Coming Soon, Action, RPG, Rogue-lite, UnityThe action RPG Moonlighter [Official Site] seemed really interesting with the shopkeeper element to…

TANGLEWOOD is a properly retro puzzle-platformer that's now out for Linux, includes a Mega Drive rom file

Tags: Puzzle, Retro, Platformer, Steam, Indie GameBig Evil Corporation have released their puzzle-platformer that really is rather retro and not just…

2D pixel horror game 'Ellen' is looking for Linux testers of their teaser

Tags: Horror, Steam, Indie Game, Coming SoonIf you love your horror games, keep an eye on Ellen as it looks pretty spooky. Turns out Red Mount Media…

Reynard, an action RPG that mixes in some Tower Defense now has Linux support

Tags: Action, RPG, Indie Game, Early Access, Tower DefenseHyper Fox Studios [Official Site] announced today that their sweet action RPG Reynard,…