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  • Darkest Dungeon Linux port is practically ready, releasing soon

    The Darkest Dungeon developers have said the Linux port is practically done, and we should be able to play it soon.

  • Arma 3 Linux port updated to 1.54 as promised

    Great news! The update to Arma 3 on Linux has landed, bringing us up to 1.54. Not quite the newest, but better than what we had.

    There's plenty of new content and fixes in the 1.54 update you can read up on here.

    It's a huge update, but it's not without issues. I have reported them to VP (the porters).

  • Wine Staging 1.9.5 Improves Compatibility with Microsoft Windows 95, 98, and ME

    A new update of the Wine Staging software has been released on March 8, 2016, which promises to improve the compatibility with older Windows software even further, as well as to fix various bugs.

    Wine Staging 1.9.5 has been seeded to public testers, based on the upstream Wine 1.9.5 software project, and it promises to address many of the issues reported by users since the previous maintenance release, as well as to add better support for many older Windows games and applications.

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Ubuntu and Mint Leftovers

  • Ubuntu 18.04's Automatic Suspend Shows Linux Suspend Can Still Be An Issue In 2018
    One of the subtle changes that seemed to have been made during the Ubuntu 18.04 development cycle is automatic suspend now being enabled by default on desktop systems. Automatic suspend is flipped on with Ubuntu 18.04 desktop after a twenty minute delay of being idle, at least on several systems I've been running the daily Bionic Beaver with this month.
  • Bid “bonjour” to our Bionic Beaver!
    Along with a sneak preview of our official Bionic mascot, it’s a short update this week as we’re all heads-down in bug fixing mode. There are a couple of links to check out if you’re interested in what sort of data we want to collect about hardware and setup, with links to the source.
  • MintBox Mini 2
    Based on the Compulab Fitlet2, the new Mini is just as small as the original MintBox Mini and the MintBox Mini Pro but with much better specifications, better performance and a few more features.

Android Leftovers

  • Android tips and tricks: 10 great ways to boost your phone experience
  • About the privacy of the unlocking procedure for Xiaomi’s Mi 5s plus
    First, you got to register on Xiaomi’s website, and request for the permission to unlock the device. That’s already bad enough: why should I ask for the permission to use the device I own as I am pleased to? Anyway, I did that. The procedure includes receiving an SMS. Again, more bad: why should I give-up such a privacy thing as my phone number? Anyway, I did it, and received the code to activate my website account. Then I started the unlock program in a virtualbox Windows XP VM (yeah right… I wasn’t expecting something better anyway…), and then, the program tells me that I need to add my Xiaomi’s account in the phone. Of course, it then sends a web request to Xiaomi’s server. I’m already not happy with all of this, but that’s not it. After all of these privacy breaches, the unlock APP tells me that I need to wait 72 hours to get my phone to account association to be activated. Since I wont be available in the middle of the week, for me, that means waiting until next week-end to do that. Silly…
  • You Can Now Try Android Games Without Downloading Them
    Tired of downloading games only to realize they suck? Google Play Instant might mean never doing that again.
  • Plex for Android Will Soon Let You Cast Your Own Videos to Chromecast