Netflix streaming is finally working natively on Linux, without the need to trick the website in to thinking that you’re actually running a different OS. Streaming via Google’s Chrome browser is currently working on a few distros including Ubuntu, Fedora and the Ubuntu-based Mint. More distros are expected to be supported over time.
Monday, September 08 2014 @ 06:01 am CST Contributed by: Linegod
KDE allows you to easily customize the look and feel of your desktop by controlling different parts of the visual appearance. The combinations are almost endless so you have to play around with them to find which suits your tastes best. This quick guide shows how to configure every part of the KDE visual appearance
Less than a year after their announcement that they planned to invest a billion dollars in the Linux platform, IBM continues to ramp up their Linux play by rolling out Linux on Power System servers across 54 of the IBM Innovation and Client Centers worldwide. This comes almost two years after IBM announced that they had ported Linux to the Power Server platform.
Sunday, August 24 2014 @ 09:27 am CST Contributed by: Linegod
Command-line utilities like lsof, ps, and netstat may be basic, but they are surprisingly powerful. Many of us still love them and use them regularly.
Wouldn’t it be cool if these tools had Wireshark-like filtering capabilities and the ability to run on any given point in time, past or present – for example when an error happens or when a process exits?
Borderlands: The Pre-sequel will be the first Borderlands IP to release on Linux, according to 2K.
Take-Two Interactive's first leaked the news with their recently released financials, which listed Linux as a platform for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel. We've reached out to 2K, and they have confirmed that it will indeed be headed to Linux this fall.
Working for the Linux Community since 1999; but now we need your help to continue.
Sunday, July 27 2014 @ 10:49 am CST Contributed by: Linegod
The Linux Symposium (OLS) was started in 1999 to provide a highly technical environment for Linux developers to meet, get to know each other and to present technical papers. After 15 years many of us have become good friends and many have moved on to work for the biggest names in the Linux community.