Adobe? Please? A Linux port for PhotoShop already. All this effort wouldn't be required if Adobe started just supporting Linux!
PhotoShop link: https://github.com/Gictorbit/photoshopCClinux
If getting error message "package aria2c not installed", run this command: sudo apt-get install aria2
● Music on this video by: 'Homie Cat'
● Track Name: 'My Sacrifice'
● Official "Homie Cat" SoundCloud - https://soundcloud.com/homie-cat
Valve (Steam, Gabe Newell) needs to see this! Linux distro-agnostic dynamically linked binaries via ELF hackery (aka 2021: The Year of the Linux Gaming Desktop).
This deserves wider attention from developers solving certain classes of cross-distribution portability issues.
These techniques aren't novel; several times in the past linker and loader level abstractions were mentioned when making binaries portable between Linux distributions, specifically the ELF-declared interpreter.
Andrew Kelley spent time investigating it, making tooling and documentation for the game developers, doing it all.
It's not like right on familiar to Windows developers or game developers in general, Linux developers. This class of techniques provide the requirements without very big packages of dependencies.
The executable just works. Would be nice if we had something like this for Unity, Unreal and Godot.
They dive into the topic of browsers. Browsers are a crucial part of any PC experience today whether corporate or on the desktop. Yet, the competition for alternatives to Chrome are growing smaller by the year. In this episode they dive into some new offerings and ask the question what Firefox could do to take back some of the browser market.
Later in the show, they’re also covering how open-source is now set to take over the telecom industry . . . thanks to Facebook? Plus they've also got their famous tips, tricks and software picks.
Xlivebg is a system for live wallpapers under X11. It's both a framework for making it easy to create live wallpapers, as well as a set of bundled live wallpapers.
Another live wallpaper application for Linux is Komorebi: https://github.com/Komorebi-Fork/komorebi
In this video Leszek Lesner shows you a port of Sailfish OS based upon Ubuntu 20.04 made for x86_64 laptops (with Intel and AMD processor).
You can find version 0.2 here: https://github.com/sailfish-x86/rootfs/releases/tag/v0.2
The forum thread about this project here: https://forum.sailfishos.org/t/sailfish-x86-linux-distribution-for-x86-64/4298/7
More documentation here: https://docs.sailfish-x86.yeheng.org/en/latest/
Purchase Sailfish X from Jolla Shop: https://shop.jolla.com/
If you want, you can support the creators even more by purchasing from free as in freedom game store ITCH: https://chaosmonger.itch.io/encodya or Steam: https://store.steampowered.com/app/1137450/Encodya/
Neo Berlin 2062. Tina – a nine-year-old orphan – lives with SAM-53 – her big clumsy robot guardian –in a rooftop makeshift shelter in Neo-Berlin, a dark megalopolis controlled by corporations. Tina is an urban jungle kid, who has learned to live alone, scavenging from city dumpsters and eking out a living from scraps. Her funny robot is always with her, programmed to protect her no matter what.
One day, the little girl discovers that her father left her an important mission: to finish his plan to save the world from grayness! Tina and SAM embark on an incredible adventure across different realities full of bizarre robotic creatures and grotesque human beings. Through puzzles and exciting dialogues, they’ll find out the true meaning of being alive.
The sweetness and creativity of Studio Ghibli, the setting and atmosphere of Blade Runner and the humor and game style of Monkey Island: these are the ingredients that inspired ENCODYA, a point-and-click adventure game set in a dystopian future.
"Trying Linux For The First Time.. I LOVED IT!"
Subscribe his YT channel and give tips on Linux: https://youtu.be/_h1uJ2iUa1k
Cyberpunk 2077 running on Linux using VulkanD3D and Proton - the Linux distribution used here is openSUSE Tumbleweed
Support Switched To Linux via MERCH: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/switchedtolinux/men+new+apparel?q=P75
Here he'll will setup a Raspberry Pi to share a computer screen to a television. A walk through these steps:
1.) Install Noobs
2.) Setup Raspberry Pi OS
3.) Install and setup Steamlink
4.) Enable Steamlink for Autoboot.
By George Kiagiadakis.
PipeWire has been making a lot of progress lately on providing a drop-in replacement audio server that unifies the PulseAudio and JACK APIs. Recently, it was announced that it is ready for general testing and at this rate it should be ready to be distributed as a replacement of PulseAudio in 2021.
Looking in the future, though, we need to ask ourselves... how can PipeWire improve the user experience? Does it actually bring any value to end users that have never heard of JACK before? Does it bring any changes?
In this talk, George is going to give an overview of how a PipeWire-enabled system looks like and behaves at the moment and then take a glimpse in the future, looking at ideas, which are already being worked on, that could revolutionize the user experience in an environment as complex as the desktop - with your help!
* Explore the dark cyberpunk world of ENCODYA in 2.5D with 2 playable characters.
* Over 34+ non-player characters bring the world and story of ENCODYA to life.
* More than 100 locations to discover and explore.
* Over 4000+ lines of dialogue tell an immersive story.
* Randomization of some puzzles for a unique experience.
* Cinematic Cut Scenes.
* Amazing art and sound design.
* The original soundtrack creates a thrilling atmosphere.
* Professional dubbing actors lend their voices to the characters.
Here to save us all? Does Microsoft ♥️ Linux?
Tom Murosky is an American Linux related content creator. Snaps are a universal app packaging solution for Linux (next to Flatpak). Manjaro 20.04 Lysia has been released and it comes with excellent integration for snaps and flatpaks, and some other good stuff.
Source: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/switchedtolinux/ (SUBSCRIBE!)
Linus Torvalds once visited Google to share his thoughts on git, the source control management system he created in 2005. This Finnish student also created one Linux. He moved from Finland to USA in 1998.
In 3 minutes and 25 seconds Joey Sneddon of OMGUbuntu https://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2020/04/ubuntu-20-04-video brings you up to speed on what’s new in Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (Long Term Support), from speedier new start-up times to some sought-after new settings.
Where to get it as the release happens: https://ubuntu.com/
Video by a Linux enthusiast Leszek Lesner.
This man said it out loud and other things related quite spot on.
Other sources mentioned: www.youtube.com/watch?v=_XcoWKoubjE - Jason Evangelho's interview with Alan Pope of Canonical.
Linux for Everyone www.youtube.com/channel/UCd4XwUn2Lure2NHHjukoCwA
A tactical combat game with a unique time manipulation mechanic. A never before seen combination that combines the tactical depth of turn-based games with the exciting action of real-time games. Based on The Kalevala which inspired one J.R.R. Tolkien heavily.
Wishlist on Steam now: https://store.steampowered.com/app/899310/Iron_Danger/
Action Squad Studios (Fin) / Daedalic Entertainment (Ger).
FULL 80 minute video interview by Jason Evangelho / Linux For Everyone podcast of Destination Linux Network.
Some people in the Linux community have strong opinions about Snaps for example. Popey explains the reason for the decisions behind Snap and snapd, and you might probably even experience a change of opinion about them! Snaps are for one designed to diminish the not so safe PPA-usage.
All software have bugs and bug reporting to make everything even better is essential.
Alan Pope (Canonical) who works for Ubuntu, shows how easily it's done in practice. Create a a snap-package for your app; uniting Linux distributions.
Alan Pope's channel on YT: https://www.youtube.com/user/popeydc
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In support of Linux, a free computer operating system. There are many Linux OS's and they are called distributions or "distros". Each have their own vision / purpose so there's Linux for everyone.
The most popular one seems to be Ubuntu from Canonical Ltd.