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


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!


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)


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


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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News Elsewhere

Deploy a Go (golang) application to a minimal sized Docker container

Giant Flying Saucer: Docker and Go have both been getting a lot of attention and rightfully so for the particular problems each one solves.

Introducing the New Manjaro Linux JWM (Joe's Window Manager) Edition

Introducing the New Manjaro Linux JWM (Joe's Window Manager) Edition

No, Microsoft Is Not Buying Canonical

 NO, just plain simple NO

Top Tips For Migrating from Windows to Linux

 Datamation: It's easy to forget how intimidating it can be when trying something completely new for the first time.

Linux Foundation Doubles-Down on Real-Time Linux

ServerWatch: Real-Time Linux is a topic that has been discussed and developed in the Linux community for a long time

Solus Operating System Is Being Delayed Due to Bad Karma

The Solus operating system was supposed to launch on October 1, but it looks like it's running a little bit late.

AV-TEST Laboratory Says Free Anti-Virus Apps on Linux Are the Worst

AV-TEST, an Independent IT-Security Institute, has just published an interesting analysis regarding the anti-virus solutions for the Linux platform provided right now

GNU Debugger or GDB: A Powerful Source Code Debugging tool for Linux Programs

 tecmint: A debugger plays a vital role in any software development system. Latest Articles

Postal 1 Updated With Twin Stick Gamepad Controls, Possible Source Code Release & Sale

I have to hand it to RWS, they do support their games pretty nicely. Not only has Postal 2 been updated, but they have gone back updated Postal 1…

This War Of Mine Finally Fixed For Linux, Includes Other Fixes & Workshop Support

It's been a few months, but 11bit finally fixed up This War of Mine for newer Linux distributions. Previously it wouldn't launch due to a glibc issue…

ILikeMoney Is One Of The Weirdest Games I've Seen For A While, I Like It

The developers of iLikeMoney emailed their game in, and it took me by surprise for how unique it looks. You should take a look at this. They have…

Scraps: Modular Vehicle Combat Released For Linux, Looks Like Fun

Scraps: Modular Vehicle Combat is one of the types of games that I simply love, there's nothing more fun that building your own death machine. The…

Red Eclipse: A Lightweight, Open-source, Highly-engaging FPS

Red Eclipse ranks among my top five FPS games of all time, which is surprising given how light-weight and feature-less it is when compared to AAA…

Trine 3: The Artifacts Of Power Linux Beta Released

After waiting a while, we now have access to Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power in beta form. There are a number of issues though. You can find the…

New Linux Gaming Survey For October

It's that time of the month again Linux gamers! The new GOL survey for October is now available, so please make sure to fill it in if you have the…

Polychromatic Is A Fantastic Arcade Game Now On Linux

Polychromatic is probably one of my favourite new releases recently, it's so simple, but it's highly addictive. Myself and Samsai have had access for…

Sol 0 Has You Colonizing Mars In This Strategy Game

Ever wanted to colonize Mars? Well in Sol 0 that's the aim of the game, and it looks like it could be quite cool. It's currently in the early stages,…

Party Hard, A Stealth Strategy Game Is Now On Linux, Looks Interesting

Party Hard has recently released for Linux, and it looks like a pretty interesting game. You need to infiltrate your noisy neighbours parties, and…

The Latest Steam Hardware Survey Shows Very Little Difference

As usual Steam has produced their monthly hardware survey, and also as usual there is hardly any change across the platforms.September 2015 Ubuntu…

The Friday Livestream Is Once Again Here To Save You At 5 PM UTC!

And once again we return after a week of that silly life stuff and play some Linux games for you live on air! You will naturally get the front-row…

The Journey Down On Kickstarter, Funding Final Chapter Of Point-And-Click Trilogy

SkyGoblin has launched their Kickstarter campaign to fund the third and final chapter of the popular afro-noir point-and-click saga and are off to a…

Dinosaur Hunt: Africa Contract Is Hilariously Terrible

Some games are so bad, they actually become good, Dinosaur Hunt: Africa Contract is not one of those games. People recently said they liked me…