As everyone knows, generally Linux has never had a strong argument against Windows OS when it comes to gaming. 9/10 people will say they use something like Windows 7 or XP for their gaming (depending on the DirectX version being used/required). Due to the advancements in WINE, we have seen of late a lot of […]
Wine 1.6 has been released. According to the announcement, the new release is a result of 16 months of development efforts and comes with more 10,000 individual changes. The main changes are the new Mac driver, full support for window transparency and the new Mono package for .NET applications support. This new release comes also […]
Well that title is not entirely true. But wouldn’t it be great if it were. There’s a keen market just waiting to be flooded by keen Linux programmers and hackers alike. Those little black or white boxes that make a small appearance in almost any gamers lounge room. Yes that’s right. I am referring to […]
According to NVIDIA there is a major vulnerability in their UNIX/Linux driver that every Linux user should be aware of. Especially now, that most of us play Steam games using proprietary drivers, this is quite dangerous and you should pay attention. Thankfully, this vulnerability was identified by NVIDIA, thus there are no known reports of […]
During the holiday season, we all tend to drop our usual work tasks and take some time out and spend more time gaming. I am guilty of this and have well and truly caught up on lost gaming time over the past couple of weeks.
Linux users continued desire for pure Linux version of Steam, is now met with the official beta version of Steam for Linux. There is definite indication that the native Linux client for Steam games is rapidly moving towards release as most of the Steam games are now including Linux system requirements. To add to the […]