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[News] GNU/Linux Gaming Makes Computer Magazine Feature Story

  • Subject: [News] GNU/Linux Gaming Makes Computer Magazine Feature Story
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 01 Oct 2009 01:33:15 +0100
  • Followup-to: comp.os.linux.advocacy
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Playing Games In Linux

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| Not everything in open source is serious and 
| technical. Find out how to put some games worth 
| playing on your Linux desktop


GNU/Linux does professional gaming and also... audio!

Free, Native Linux Plug-ins, and How to Use Them 
in energyXT for Linux

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| With Linux growing in popularity on netbooks â 
| and an option like the pre-configured Indamixx 
| solution saving you the work of optimizing and 
| configuring it â itâs suddenly no longer a 
| stretch to imagine yourself a Linux music user. 
| Of course, what you donât want is to wind up 
| without the arsenal of plug-ins to which weâve 
| all become accustomed. There are various ways of 
| hosting Windows VSTs under Linux as though they 
| were native plug-ins; check out dssi-vst (which 
| also enables 32-bit VSTs from Windows under 64-
| bit Linux hosts), in conjunction with WINE. That 
| should probably be the subject of a separate 
| tutorial. (Ardour 3 also promises Windows VST 
| support.)



GNU/Linux Gaming - Vega Strike for All

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| I must admit, even though I will be 50 years old next
| March I still like down time playing games. Over the
| past several years I have enjoyed playing games that
| run natively on my Mandriva GNU/Linux system. I wrote
| an article earlier this year with some of my thoughts
| on the matter of gaming on GNU/Linux: GNU/Linux and
| Commercial Game Developers.

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