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[News] GNU/Linux Gamers Gets Great Games Easily, Docky to Improve

  • Subject: [News] GNU/Linux Gamers Gets Great Games Easily, Docky to Improve
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 20 Oct 2009 16:45:50 +0100
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Linux-gamers -Play 33 world class games on Linux without installation

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| One of the strong criticisms leveled against Linux is 
| the lack of  good quality games for the platform. A 
| lot of strides have been made in getting games ported 
| to the Linux platform. One of the attempts to make 
| games playable on Linux caught my attention. It is 
| the Live.Linux-gamers.net project.


The Future Of Docky - Docky Creator Jason Smith Tells Us Why Docky Is Going To Get Even More Awesome

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| Scrolling through the blueprints on the Docky 
| launchpad page also gives up some insight in the 
| sheer awesomeness that Docky will morph into now itâs 
| pandering to itâs own destiny. Iâve summarised them 
| below, but take a look at the official Docky 
| blueprint page for information.


How to copy a live server to enable investigation of a security incident 

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| All you need to create this disk image and copy it 
| over the network to another computer is a Windows 
| version of the common GNU/Linux tools DD and netcat, 
| which are both free and open source. DD creates the 
| bit-image disk copy and netcat will send anything 
| over the network. Of course, you'll need the second 
| computer on the network that will receive the image 
| and has enough capacity for the image. You'll want to 
| put these two tools on safe media -- preferably a CD. 
| This way they are known to be "good" and won't be 
| compromised when used on a compromised system.



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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