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Humble Bundle Android 8 Adds 3 More Games

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With now a bit less than 6 days remaining the Humble Bundle Android 8 has now added another 3 games! As of writing, the average purchase price sits around $4.36, so if you haven't already picked up the Bundle, paying more than that average would net you the original 6 games plus the newly added 3.…

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Calibre eBook Management Software 1.16 Released

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As of 20th December 2013, the popular free and open-source ebook management software Calibre has been released in version 1.16, just in time for Christmas! There are a decent number of bug fixes as well as new features that keep advancing the power of this ebook software. Calibre is available for…

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Humble Bundle Android 8 Ready, features 6 Linux games

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The Humble Bundle Android 8 is available for whatever money you wish to throw it's way! Best of all, it includes 6 cross-platform (Linux compatible) games and most likely will add a few more soon, as is the tradition of the Humble Bundles. Games currently in the bundle: Little Inferno Gemini Rule…

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Fedora 20 'Heisenbug' Released

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While facing some delays along the way, today Fedora 20 "Heisenbug" has been released! The Red Hat sponsored Fedora Project announced the release today which features a number of improvements and updates. The release is also dedicated to Fedora Project member, Seth Vidal, who was the lead…

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Mageia 4 Beta 2 Available For Testing

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Mageia 4 Beta 2 is now available for testing! For those unfamiliar with the Mageia distribution, it's a community powered fork of the commercial Mandriva distribution. Mageia was only forked back in September 2010 but has already enjoyed a nice amount of popularity and userbase. See the DistroWatch…

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Ubuntu to stick a fork in Gnome Control Centre

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In a move that will no doubt be unsurprising for anyone that has followed Canonical's moves with Ubuntu over the last few years, it has been confirmed that the Gnome Control Centre will indeed be forked into the "Unity Control Centre" for the popular Linux based operating system. Ubuntu…

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SteamOS Now Available!

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Plus: Steam Machines beta units shipped! Unless you have lived under a very large rock for the last few months, you would surely know of Valve's "Steam Machines" and it's operating system, SteamOS, Valve's own new Linux distribution. We have heard bits and pieces about both the hardware…

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LibreOffice 6.2.3 Office Suite Released with More Than 90 Bug Fixes

softpedia: LibreOffice 6.2.3 is here about a month after the release of LibreOffice 6.2.2 to add another layer of bug fixes and improvements

Install The Latest OpenJDK 12, 11 or 8 in Ubuntu, Debian or RHEL Using Zulu OpenJDK Builds

LinuxUprising: Azul Systems provides tested, certified builds of OpenJDK, under the name of Zulu.

Creating SWAP partition using FDISK & FALLOCATE commands

Swap-partition holds the memory which is used in case the physical memory (RAM) is full .

HTTPie - A Modern Command Line HTTP Client For Curl And Wget Alternative

2DayGeek: Learn how to use httpie tool to make CLI interaction with web services.

How To Remove Plank Shadow On Xubuntu?

Plank is a simple dock application that is widely used by Linux users.

How to Generate a Random Number in Linux

Learn how to generate a random number from the Linux command line.

Echo Command in Linux with Examples

 Linuxize: The echo command is one of the most basic and frequently used commands in Linux.

State of enterprise open source: 5 telling stats

EnterprisersProject: How are IT leaders using open source, and what are their future plans?

Minikube: 5 ways IT teams can use it

Minikube lets you run Kubernetes on a laptop or other local machine.

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DragonRuby Game Toolkit, a cross-platform way to make games with Ruby

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You Died but a Necromancer revived you is good fun in a small package

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Forager is a weirdly addictive casual grinding game that has mined into my heart

Tags: Humble Store, Steam, Adventure, Pixel Graphics, Casual, ReviewI'm not usually one for games that have you endlessly wander around, collect…

Altered, a sweet looking puzzle game where you're part of the puzzle is coming to Linux

Tags: Puzzle, Indie Game, Itch.io, Steam, Coming SoonReleasing sometime this Summer, Altered looks like a rather sweet take on the puzzle genre as…

Steam Play just got two updates with 4.2-3 and 3.16-9, some great stuff included

Tags: Steam Play, Valve, SteamValve and CodeWeavers are doing some great work for Linux gaming, with Steam Play seeing two updates in a single day.…

Sid Meier's Civilization VI updated again, Linux client back in sync for cross-platform play

Tags: Aspyr Media, Steam, Strategy, Humble StoreAspyr Media managed to get the latest update to Sid Meier's Civilization VI for Linux approved and…

Post-apocalyptic roguelite shooter 'Danger Gazers' enters Early Access next week, early thoughts

Tags: Action, Indie Game, Steam, Early Access, Coming SoonI'm honestly not quite sure what to make of Danger Gazers, a top-down roguelite shooter…

Valve released a stable Steam Client update yesterday, some nice fixes in for Linux and Steam Play

Tags: Steam, ValveValve are continuing their polishing effort to make the Steam Client work better, with a load of work from the recent Beta releases…

Silly physics platformer where you swing with your tongue 'Crumble' now has a Linux demo

Tags: Platformer, Indie Game, Steam, Demo, Itch.ioIn the 3D platformer Crumble, you play as a rolling ball with a smiley face and a loose tongue. It…

Rotation looks like a promising and unique top-down shooter coming to Linux

Tags: Action, Indie Game, Steam, Coming SoonI do love a good action-packed top-down shooter but a lot of them do end up feeling a little too similar,…

Two Point Hospital's Superbug Initiative brings a new challenge system, beta now available

Tags: Update, Beta, Simulation, Humble Store, SteamThe Superbug Initiative for Two Point Hospital sees players working together across the world, to…

Rocket League has a new Rocket Pass out with a Weekly Challenges system

Tags: Steam, Humble Store, Sports, UpdateIt seems developer Psyonix is taking more inspiration from Fortnite for Rocket League with their latest…

You can now easily run the Epic Store on Linux with Lutris, Epic suggests applying for a grant

Tags: Misc, Apps, Wine, Epic GamesThanks to some effort from the team behind Lutris (and Wine of course), you can now run the Epic Store quite easily…

King Arthur's Gold, the 2D multiplayer castle siege game is now free to play

Tags: Action, Indie Game, Steam, Free GameWith some silly physics and plenty of fun to be had, King Arthur's Gold has officially gone free to play…

Turn-based tactical RPG Fell Seal: Arbiter's Mark officially releasing April 30th

Tags: Strategy, RPG, Steam, Early AccessFell Seal: Arbiter's Mark from 6 Eyes Studio and 1C Entertainment is getting ready to release in full after…