Aside from the fact most gaming companies offer support for systems running Microsoft Windows, is there anything about Microsoft Windows’ as an operating system that makes it better suited for gaming? Isnt the main thing holding Linux back is that it has a smaller user base and therefore less is […]

I am a somewhat advanced Linux user, my main computer still runs windows (required for school and not allowed to dual boot and Valorant doesn’t work in Linux), but my other computers run Arch and Gentoo. I am fairly fluent in terminal, and I am decent at problem solving. ​ […]

First off, it no longer matters whether change the terminology is a good idea or not or if it will be actually useful. This post is made in the assumption that the change WILL happen, as Linus himself has already approved it. What I want to discuss in this post […]

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In case there are any XMMS2 users who might be interested in this kind of thing, I wrote an MPRIS bridge for XMMS2 for fun. I wanted to write something in C again, and I wanted an MPRIS bridge so I can see audio playing in my system tray and […]

I’ve recently bought a SSD (ADATA SU650). It won’t format, create new partition table, in Linux, Windows, nothing works. It starts when I wanted to copy Windows partition from HDD to this SSD. I’ve used partitionmanager from KDE. It created parition table and transfered some data (iotop showed some data […]

Hello, I am going into system development in a near future, and am planning on setting a second system (high-end laptop) up with linux for programming. Rumour has it that linux is optimal for programmers (generally speaking). However being new into it, and the various versions out there, I’m wondering […]

Security is one of those things you shouldn’t play around with yourself, unless you know what you’re doing. This is the reason products such as Identity Server has gained such momentum and popularity. However, Identity Server is extremely difficult to configure correctly, and OIDC is also arguably a “hack” on […]

I know I am old skewl… but I love a good magazine – and I look forward to Linux Format hitting my B&N… but man I would love to find a cheaper magazine… Anyone know of any inexpensive ones out there? submitted by /u/hundycougar [link] [comments]

I have recently bought a Raspberry Pi 4 to enhance my NAS performance since my current NAS is on a raspberry Pi 3B. This is how my Network looks like, I ssh from my windows machine to the old pi, and scp big files to the new NAS, I started […]

keep getting these errors when trying to install wine on chrome os linux (beta) dpkg: error processing archive /var/cache/apt/archives/wine-stable-amd64_5.0.1~buster_amd64.deb (–unpack): cannot copy extracted data for ‘./opt/wine-stable/lib64/wine/d3dx9_29.dll’ to ‘/opt/wine-stable/lib64/wine/d3dx9_29.dll.dpkg-new’: failed to write (No space left on device) dpkg-deb: error: paste subprocess was killed by signal (Broken pipe) Errors were encountered while […]

It’s been a while since I used Linux, and since I’m trying to get into security, thought it was very much worthwhile reminding myself. Ok, so I’m only mucking about with chmod at the moment, but I have to start somewhere. Yay, Kali. submitted by /u/PhazonPhoenix5 [link] [comments]

Looking for image-viewer to go through some measurement data. Program should at least support multi-page tiff with float16 and uint16 data inside. And be able to switch between images in directory. ​ I tried sxiv/vpv/pqiv/evince/gwenview but all seems to don’t support something that I need. On windows all the requirements […]

This is a bit of a rant and a bit of a cry for help. I just spent over an hour trying to change my dns settings on a laptop with mint linux 18.04 installed. I have been doing this same thing for years on various systems either through manual […]


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