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The new Linux Rain is Here... well, sort of, almost

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You might have noticed that The Linux Rain has taken on a whole new look. If you had of tried the beta version of The Linux Rain the new look would look very familiar. So, are we now running a whole new shiny CMS (content management system)? Well, not quite. Not yet anyway. Here's why. It's a whole…

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The 'New' Linux Rain Beta Is Now Live!

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The "Beta" version of the upcoming new site for The Linux Rain is now live and ready for your perusal and testing. While it is a beta and by no means entirely complete or set in stone, it is more than usable and already reached feature parity with the current site. It is live and reachable now at…

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A New Redesigned Website Coming Soon For The Linux Rain (Beta)

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That's right folks, there's some changes afoot here at The Linux Rain. A CMS migration and redesign of the site is in the works right now and a beta version will be available shortly! The change comes on the back of me feeling that a change in CMS (Content Management System) was needed in order to…

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A Linux Rain Update - Nope, not dead

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For any of those who may be following this site's progress recently during it's quite short life, thus far, you may have noticed the rate of articles has slowed dramatically. And in fact, the last week or so has nearly been a standstill. Fear not however - we are not dead. Quite simply, as this is…

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Start-Up StackEngine Promises Automation for Docker Container Apps

 The VAR Guy: StackEngine, which says it is building solutions for automating the deployment and maintenance of container-based virtual apps such as Docker's, has announced seed funding.

Android DBMS adds bidirectional sync

 LinuxGizmos: ITTIA has added bidirectional sync to ITTIA DB SQL for Android

Using GNOME Boxes to create and access local virtual systems on GNOME 3.14

 LinuxBSDos: GNOME Boxes is a native GNOME 3 application for accessing remote machines and local virtual systems

Early Morning Linux Voodoo at Denny's

 FOSSforce: Finally, the Mint logo appeared on the screen.

SelekTOR : Apps Based on Java for Quickly Select Tor Exit Nodes by Country

 UbuntuPortal: SelekTOR is an free and open source GUI frontend for the tor client based on Java.

11 Linux/UNIX wget command Practical Examples

 Linuxtechi: wget is a Linux/UNIX command line file downloader.

FPGA-enabled vision system uses USB3 cams, runs Linux

 LinuxGizmos: NI unveiled a fanless, rugged vision computer that runs NI Linux on a quad-core Atom E3845

Borderlands 2 Released For Linux With A Sale

 GamingOnLinux: The day has landed folks. Borderlands 2 is now officially available for Linux and it brings us some excellent FPS action.

How to debug a C/C++ program with GDB command-line debugger

 xmodulo: What is the worst part of coding without a debugger?

GamingOnLinux.com Latest Articles

Dex, A Side-scrolling Open-world RPG Now On Linux

Dex is a beautiful looking side-scrolling RPG from Dreadlocks Ltd that has just landed on Linux. It's currently in Early Access, so remember to watch out for those bugs!

Calling All Web Designers, We Need A New Look

To be honest: I suck at any form of design. GamingOnLinux is in need of a super web guru to make a new look for us, so could that be you?

Survival Game Rust Now Using The Experimental Branch By Default

The developers behind the hit survival game Rust have been hard at work on their next-generation branch and it is now the default. It brings a lot of changes with it.

New Patch Out For The MOBA Strife, Featuring Three New Heroes

Strife is the new MOBA from S2 Games that's free to play. They are quickly adding to the game and this patch is no different with three new heroes to try out.

Civilization: Beyond Earth New Game-play Trailer

As if we didn't have enough to look forward to a wild Civilization: Beyond Earth game-play trailer appears! It's super effective!

Counter Strike: Global Offensive Updated, Improves Linux Stability

Counter Strike: Global Offensive was recently released for Linux gamers to much fanfare, but the client was a little on the flaky side. Thankfully as we know Valve support their games very well and have just put out a new update to improve it for us.

Super Win The Game Releases Today For Linux

Fans of exploration platformer You Have to Win the Game can finally get their nostalgia sunglasses on for a new bout of precision platforming as the sequel, Super Win the Game, releases on Steam for Linux today.

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel Opens Up For Pre-orders And Aims For A Same-day Linux Release!

Borderlands: The Pre-sequel has not only opened up pre-orders for Linux, but it seems it will have a same-day Linux release. This follows on from the fact that Borderlands 2 has just received a Linux release.

Borderlands 2 Released For Linux With A Sale

The day has landed folks. Borderlands 2 is now officially available for Linux and it brings us some excellent FPS action.

Warlocks Needs A Hand On Kickstarter

Warlocks is an awesome looking pixel art action game on Kickstarter that needs a bit of help. Slay monsters. Defeat epic bosses. Collect magical gear. Become a Warlock and save the universe.

Outland A 2D Platformer Coming To Linux!

Outland is a 2D platformer with action game elements developed by Housemarque and published by Ubisoft.

Game Saves Are Messing Up Our Drives!

I am writing this in the hopes that someone who can do something about this, reads it. eg. Valve and all game devs I guess.

Cosmochoria Released For Linux In Early Access, It's Fun

Cosmochoria is a funny little game that puts you in the space-suit of little naked cartoon cosmonaut who jet packs around space.

GOL Cast: Heavy Bombardment In Cannon Brawl

I guess it's time to come back from the cruel wasteland and take a look at this simple yet fun indie strategy game that is not quite like anything I've seen before.

GOL World Tour: Linux Gaming From Germany

This instalment of the GOL World Tour visits Germany, differing from the last two in that it will focus on a country more established in the video game industry.