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Poltergeist: Pixelated Horror

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  • Poltergeist: Pixelated Horror, A Reverse-Horror Game With Gameplay From The New Guy
  • Wasteland 2 RPG Shows Off New Images
  • Broken Sword series returns with The Serpent's Curse on Vita
  • KDE Games on SoK

Counter Strike: Condition Zero Deleted Scenes

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  • Counter Strike: Condition Zero Deleted Scenes on Linux
  • Glare A Side-scrolling Action Platformer, Coming This Fall
  • Beatbuddy: Tale of the Guardians Demo Available on Steam
  • Updated Stream Packages for Fedora
  • Preorder Football Manager 2014 from Stream
  • You should give Ubuntu and Steam a chance: Evaluation and howto.
  • Wargame AirLand Battle Beta 50% Discount on Steam Might Get Linux Support

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  • Might Get Linux Support, Says Job Offering
  • UNIGINE Is Probably the Most Powerful Gaming Engine on Linux
  • AudioCd. Week 7.
  • Graphic Artist uses GIMP to Visualize KSR’s Red Mars
  • Script Roundup: Move, Hardtime
  • GIMP "Goat Invasion" Builds
  • Use MySQL Utilities for better MySQL administration
  • Sir, You Are Being Hunted Early Access
  • Project Night A Third Person Survival Horror Game
  • Basic Usability Testing at Home - notes from the workshop at Akademy 2013
  • Creating a Cartoon Avatar with inkscape
  • XPRA: Persistent Remote Applications On X
  • Race the Sun Casts Light Upon Windows, Mac, Linux
  • digiKam Recipes 3.15.01 Released
  • LibreOffice Impress remote control via Android
  • How NOT to organize a FOSS workshop
  • Power Of Linux sed Command
  • AppData Proposal, a.k.a. How to make your application appear in the software center
  • Why Football Manager is playable on Linux, but not Windows RT
  • 5 Useful Linux Command Line tricks For Beginners
  • Estranged Is a Bizarre and Interesting Half-Life 2 Mod with Linux Support
  • Full Circle Magazine – Inkscape Special Edition Volume 02
  • Pipelight: A Way To Get Netflix On Linux

Gone Home Review

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Gaming If I were to wander through your house while you were out and thumbed through your mail, your medicine cabinet, your closet or your night stand, what story would unfold? What would the notes, the books and the keepsakes scattered throughout say about you, your values, your fears and desires? Gone Home puts us in the shoes of Kaitlyn Greenbriar, a recent high school graduate who returns to her parents’ home after a year long trek through Europe to find the house empty.

Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs launching Sept. 10

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Gaming Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs, the oft-delayed survival horror title from The Chinese Room, will be available Sept. 10, the studio announced today.

Valve Updates the Original Half-Life 14 Years After Launch

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Gaming The original Half-Life game, the one launched all the way back in 1998 and recently ported on the Linux platform, has just received a major update.

New Humble Bundle to be a breakout hit

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  • New Humble Bundle to be a breakout hit
  • Mac and Linux versions of Strike Suit Zero available now
  • Natural Selection 2 Developers Aim For A September Linux Release
  • GSoC 2013 pushes SuperTuxKart forward
  • Electronic Super Joy Gets Linux Early Access

some odds & ends:

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  • OS X apps run on Linux with Wine-like emulator for Mac software
  • Open Source Code At Heart of Wall Street Programmer’s Bust
  • Building the open source laptop: fantasy to reality
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  • MEGABYTE PUNCH is now available on PC Mac and Linux
  • Hacktivist Richard Stallman takes on proprietary software, SaaS and open source
  • Qt5 on openSUSE (including experimental KF5 packages)
  • SECRETS OF RÆTIKON to launch on PC, Mac and Linux
  • Firefox 23 Adds Features, Security to Open-Source Browser

6 Games Set to Land On Steam for Linux Soon

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  • 6 Games Set to Land On Steam for Linux Soon
  • Unvanquished Alpha 18 Further Boosts Its Renderer
  • Shadowrun Returns to get Linux port, Berlin campaign, and fixes
  • Linux Gaming: A State Of Affairs
  • Point and Click Adventure Sale
  • Get Your '90s Groove On, Shadow Warrior Classic Redux
  • A New Flight Simulator Game Is Flying To Linux

New Alien Arena Coming Soon

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  • A New Alien Arena Linux Game Is Coming Soon
  • Don't Starve Adventure Game Gets New Characters on Steam
  • Nintendo's Nuclear Option: Free Games for All
  • Nvidia Shield: shipped, praised, critiqued, dissected
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today's leftovers

  • Neverware’s CloudReady Brings a Chromium-Fueled Chromebook OS to Standard Hardware
    I have been a Chromebook user for a while now. I find their ease of use, simplicity, and reliability something that is unmatched by most standard laptops or desktops. As someone who spends a vast amount of their PC time writing words, Chrome OS makes perfect sense. The added bonus of Chrome OS being powered by the Linux kernel makes it all the better. Point in fact… I like the Chrome OS platform so much, I became the proud owner of a Pixel—probably the single most amazing piece of mobile hardware I have ever experienced. But not everyone wants to shell out the cash for such a machine. In fact, some would rather make use of the hardware they already have. That’s where the likes of Neverware’s CloudReady comes into play. However, this relatively new platform isn’t just a tinker's toy. Yes, the claim that CloudReady will turn any hardware into a Chromebook is spot on. However, CloudReady isn’t just for individual users. Neverware is putting this platform to good use for educators, individuals, and even enterprises. That Neverware is taking on the educational system is telling. Primary and secondary school systems across the globe are staring down financial burdens that don’t allow them to purchase new hardware or operating systems. By allowing those same institutions to repurpose aging hardware and turn them into efficient, reliable machines, educators are able to squeeze far more out of less.
  • A64 OLinuXino OSHW Linux Laptop idea becomes more real :)
    Few weeks ago I blogged about the idea to make OSHW Laptop based on Allwinner A64 64-bit SoC. Today we received the first samples of the laptop plastic body. The quality of the plastic parts is very good! As you can see we have already sourced the plastic body, the battery, LCD display, keyboard, touchpad, speakers, camera, microphone and all fittings.
  • What is the best product for my needs?
    I have a project for work that needs a very secure system. I'm looking at using Linux and am wondering what I need to meet my needs. I am new to Linux but have worked around IT personel for years so obviously know a little bit about it. Let me try to explain what is currently being used, the problems with the current system, and what I need out of the future system below.
  • Scale Testing Docker Swarm to 30,000 Containers
    Swarm is the easiest way to run Docker app in production. It lets you take an an app that you’ve built in development and deploy it across a cluster of servers. Recently we took Swarm out beta and released version 1.0. It’s being used by people like O’Reilly for building authoring tools, the Distributed Systems Group at Eurecom for doing scientific research, and Rackspace who built their new container service, Carina, on top of it.
  • Deis Aims to Extend Kubernetes into a Platform
    In just a few short months, Google’s deft move to build an open consortium around its Kubernetes orchestrator has shifted the platform focus away from containers, and onto container orchestrators. Perhaps the biggest indicator of that shift came last week at KubeCon in San Francisco, where Deis — now the brightly polished new division of Engine Yard — unveiled a package manager for workloads called Helm.
  • Intel hatches architecture to make high performance computing an enterprise staple
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    In the bigger picture, China nearly tripled the number of systems on the latest list, while the number of systems in the United States has fallen to the lowest point since the TOP500 list was created in 1993. China is also carving out a bigger share as a manufacturer of high performance computers with multiple Chinese manufacturers becoming more active in this field.

today's howtos

Announcing the general availability of Oracle Linux 7.2

We're happy to announce the general availability of Oracle Linux 7 Update 2, the second update release for Oracle Linux 7. You can find the individual RPM packages on the Unbreakable Linux Network (ULN) and the Oracle Linux Yum Server and ISO installation images are available for download from the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud. Read more Also: Red Hat OpenShift 3.1 Opens the Door for Both .NET and JBoss Middleware Red Hat Rating Lowered to Hold at Zacks Investment Research (RHT)