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10 Games That You Must Have in Ubuntu

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Gaming Ubuntu isn’t far behind Windows or Mac in terms of providing a mouth watering gaming experience. There are some exciting and totally cool games that are compatible with the Ubuntu OS. So let us take some time to check out the coolest, meanest and most sought out games in Ubuntu.

Linux Users Continue To Pay Most

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  • Linux Users Continue To Pay Most for the @Humble Indie Bundle
  • CoreBreach On Linux Is Ready, May Go Open-Source
  • Announcing the Stop That Hero! Alpha
  • 2D Puzzle Platformer 'Beret' Open Sourced
  • Humble Indie Bundle 4 Adds Bundle 3 Games
  • Indie Arcade Game 'Rotion' Coming Soon to Linux

'No Time to Explain' Season 2

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  • 'No Time to Explain' Season 2 Released for Linux
  • New Titles on Desura
  • Caster now on Desura
  • 10 Indie Games for Linux part 1
  • 10 Indie Games for Linux part 2
  • CoreBreach: New Racing/Combat Game
  • New Linux Game 'Wizorb' Now Available on Desura
  • More Cool 'Native Client' Games You Can Play in Linux
  • Cobalt coming soon! Platformer published by Mojang

Introducing the Humble Deteriorating Bundle!

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Gaming I can proudly say I purchased the first Humble Bundle (the "Humble Indie Bundle"), and I can say I'm glad to have not purchased the last seven. Why?

Blender 2.61 Released

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  • Blender 2.61 Released
  • Announcing OpenTeacher
  • Ubuntu Tweak 0.6 Almost Comes with Unity Settings Support
  • Need A Psychiatrist? Meet Eliza
  • Queue Links in Firefox
  • 'Pocket Legends' and 'Star Legends' Now Native on Linux
  • 'Marble Arena 2' Released with HD Graphics

Next Bundle…

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  • next Humble Indie Bundle
  • End of Year Awards
  • Dungeons of Dredmor Expansion
  • Epic Inventor, New Side-scrolling, Crafting RPG
  • Whats happening in OpenDungeons?

Steel Storm 2 info

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  • Steel Storm 2 info
  • Dungeons of Dredmor Expansion 'Realm of the Diggle Gods' Revealed
  • New Tiny & Big Alpha Trailer
  • Oil Rush Retail
  • P'd Off Penguins

Trine 2 For Linux Delayed

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  • Frozenbyte Delays Trine 2 For Linux Into 2012
  • MegaGlest 3.6.0 Released with New Features and Improvements
  • Gameolith Winter Sale Continues, Offers Savings on Three Top Linux Games
  • Outerra 3D Planetary Engine Will Wow You
  • CoreBreach racing coming to Desura for Linux!
  • New Version Released for Linux Game 'The Platform Shooter'
  • Desura open source info
  • 'Signal Ops' to have Innovative Multi View Point Gameplay

In the Open-Source Doom 3 World

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  • What's Going On In The Open-Source Doom 3 World
  • Kenshi: New Free Roaming RPG for Linux
  • GameMaker coming to Linux
  • Ultimate Edition Gamers 3.0
  • Indie Gem "To The Moon" May Hit Linux Soon
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Security Leftovers

  • Friday's security updates
  • Researchers poke hole in custom crypto built for Amazon Web Services
    Underscoring just how hard it is to design secure cryptographic software, academic researchers recently uncovered a potentially serious weakness in an early version of the code library protecting Amazon Web Services. Ironically, s2n, as Amazon's transport layer security implementation is called, was intended to be a simpler, more secure way to encrypt and authenticate Web sessions. Where the OpenSSL library requires more than 70,000 lines of code to execute the highly complex TLS standard, s2n—short for signal to noise—has just 6,000 lines. Amazon hailed the brevity as a key security feature when unveiling s2n in June. What's more, Amazon said the new code had already passed three external security evaluations and penetration tests.
  • Social engineering: hacker tricks that make recipients click
    Social engineering is one of the most powerful tools in the hacker's arsenal and it generally plays a part in most of the major security breaches we hear about today. However, there is a common misconception around the role social engineering plays in attacks.
  • Judge Gives Preliminary Approval to $8 Million Settlement Over Sony Hack
    Sony agreed to reimburse employees up to $10,000 apiece for identity-theft losses
  • Cyber Monday: it's the most wonderful time of year for cyber-attackers
    Malicious attacks on shoppers increased 40% on Cyber Monday in 2013 and 2014, according to, an anti-malware and spyware company, compared to the average number of attacks on days during the month prior. Other cybersecurity software providers have identified the December holiday shopping season as the most dangerous time of year to make online purchases. “The attackers know that there are more people online, so there will be more attacks,” said Christopher Budd, Trend Micro’s global threat communications manager. “Cyber Monday is not a one-day thing, it’s the beginning of a sustained focus on attacks that go after people in the holiday shopping season.”

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Android Leftovers

Slackware Live Edition – Beta 2

  • Slackware Live Edition – Beta 2
    Thanks for all the valuable feedback on the first public beta of my Slackware Live Edition. It allowed me to fix quite a few bugs in the Live scripts (thanks again!), add new functionality (requested by you or from my own TODO) and I took the opportunity to fix the packages in my Plasma 5 repository so that its Live Edition should actually work now.
  • Updated multilib packages for -current
  • (Hopefully) final recompilations for KDE 5_15.11
    There was still some work to do about my Plasma 5 package repository. The recent updates in slackware-current broke several packages that were still linking to older (and no longer present) libraries which were part of the icu4c and udev packages.