Does anybody know of a linux version where delete button actually securely deletes the file off the computer without having to run a 3rd party program? of not do you know of any programs for linux that can do that but have it replace the delete button or add an option to the right click menu?submitted by /u/Gryphoned
The development of the Epiphany 3.24 web browser continues for the upcoming GNOME 3.24 desktop environment, due for release on March 22, 2017, and a new preview release is now available for public testing.
SalentOS is a Linux distro that easily can put a smile on your face. It is a flexible and accommodating desktop platform that balances demands on system resources with efficient performance.
SalentOS is not well known, but it has much to offer. This distro makes it easy to leave behind whatever other computing choice you currently use.
Founder of the Fedora Unity Project and Fedora Ambassador Ben Williams is proud to announce the availability of another set of updated Fedora 25 Linux ISO images for all the official spins.
The Parsix GNU/Linux development team announced today, February 6, 2017, that the Parsix GNU/Linux 8.10 "Erik" operating system will reach end of life on March 31, 2017.
Hi, I'm trying to find something that I can carry with me specifically to handle sensitive, encrypted data that I don't want on my iOS or Android device. Basically, something like a BlackBerry that is encrypted (but not a closed-system like blackberry). I would just like to run tails to read and send emails and view their attachments. Basically nothing else except some light web-browsing.
I know Lenovo has a few models with LTE built in, but I'm not really looking for another laptop. Unless it was tiny. Like those old Dell Mini 9, I just need a sim slot for my carrier and I'm in business. I'm not really looking for any phones or tablets, because you rarely have root access to those devices. I need encryption to be on for the entire drive, and everything going in/out.
I know you can get Raspberry Pi boards with LTE on board, so that could possibly be another path?s
Thanks for any help or advice. The limit, budget-wise, is around $2000.submitted by /u/tonythemediaguy
Arch Linux is called the simple Linux because it eschews the layers of abstraction and "helper" apps that come with so many Linux distributions. It as close to vanilla Linux as a packaged distribution can get.
Gaming Out in the Open miniconference inspires developers
In 2013, people spent $21.53 billion USD on games and game-related merchandise. And games overtook movies long ago as the most popular form of entertainment. Despite their astonishing popularity, games and game development receive woefully little attention at open source events.
As free and open source devotees, we do our cause a great disservice by ignoring this large swath of the software industry. That's why I was so excited to see linux.conf.au host a Gaming Out in the Open: Open Source and Games miniconference in advance of the main event this year. Organized by Tim Nugent and Eloise Ducky, the miniconf featured 10 presenters, a session of lightning talks, and a "play session" for test driving open source games. The presentations themselves fell into four neat categories.
Looks like Killing Floor 2 may be coming to Linux from Knockout Games
More possible good news today. It seems Knockout Games might be doing the porting work of Killing Floor 2 [Steam, Official Site] for Linux.
I had an email tip about a conversation the one-man porting studio Knockout Games had on Twitter. It seemed to hint that Aaron was porting Killing Floor 2 and it's actually listed on his website now too.
Ellipsis, an action-packed Avoid ’Em Up is now on Linux, it's rather good
Essentially you're guiding a neon-coloured bubble around an arena collecting small circles, but 90% of what you touch in the level will destroy you. It reminds me of Osmos just a little, for being both calming and infuriating at the same time.
The game has a very simple style to it, but even so the level design is fantastic. It will feature different moving objects, some which follow you that you need to keep avoiding. Some parts of a level might have wind that keeps blowing you in the opposite direction you need to go and so on.
Super Pilot, a cool futuristic racing game could get a Linux version
If you like your fast-paced futuristic racers, you may want to know that Super Pilot [itch.io] could gain a Linux version with enough support.
DiRT Rally On Linux To Support Mesa 13's RadeonSI Gallium3D
Last week Feral Interactive announced DiRT Rally is coming to Linux while now they've announced the system requirements.
DiRT Rally isn't shipping until 2 March, but today a Feral representative confirmed the requirements.
- DiRT Rally system requirements revealed ahead of the Linux release next month, NVIDIA & AMD supported
- Albion Online gives more details on the 'Expeditions' PvE mode
Civilization VI Is Shipping For Linux This Week, NVIDIA Support - AMD Works With Issues
Aspyr Media announced earlier today that Civilization VI for Linux is finally shipping this week.
Civilization VI will be shipping for Linux on Thursday, 9 February, at a discounted price of $47.99 per Aspyr Media.
- Early Exclusive: Civilization VI to release February 9th for Linux with a discount, NVIDIA only for now
- The Battlefield-like single player FPS 'Ravenfield' will have a paid version; a Steam Greenlight page is now live