Important information regarding the native Linux runtime for Adventure Game Studio. We’re one step closer!
Canonical (and consequently, the Ubuntu project) is constantly growing. The Ubuntu distribution has grown to be one of the most popular desktop systems out there, garnering millions of users worldwide. Mark Shuttleworth has come out many times with ideas to help boost Free Software in the commercial and private sectors, and Canonical should be applauded […]
So, the day has finally come. For the longest time, I was an Ubuntu user. I’ve dabbled in the Occult of FreeBSD and learned quite a lot. However, I’ve always felt comfortable in a linux environment. It’s just that I feel Ubuntu had gotten worse over the release cycle of 10.04, and Kubuntu has simply […]
What happens when your best friend asks you to try out a Linux distribution for the first time? How do you help them out?
So, I’ve decided to do something REALLY out of the ordinary for me. My friend Steven said that I don’t understand enough about Linux. Fair enough. To completely immerse myself in tech know-how, I am going to use my computer every day…with nothing but a command line. I’m going to program, compile, update twitter, email […]
Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could just buy a computer that never had Windows on it in the first place? Actually, Dell’s been looking into that for some time now…
Have you ever been frustrated with Windows? It frequently shuts down, crashes, and gets a crapload of viruses. Aren’t you the least bit upset that Windows doesn’t do jack, and it’s overpriced? Maybe you want to try something new, but all you’ve heard of is Windows (XP or Vista, they both suck), or Mac/Apple (Which also majorly sucks)
What are you supposed to do? Are you just going to sit there and suffer from a super-shitty Operating System?