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DOSBox – Runs Old MS-DOS Games/Programs in Linux

Ever wanted to play old DOS games or use old compilers like Turbo C or MASM to run assembly language code? If you have and were wondering how, then DOSBox is the way to go. What is DOSBox? It is an open source software that emulates a computer running MS-DOS.

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Live from SUSECon: Enterprise SUSE Grows Like Crazy, Announces Product Changes

When Attachmate bought Novell in 2010, they spun SUSE off into an independent business unit. Since then SUSE has been growing at a record rate, according to SUSE's President and General Manager, Nils Brauckmann. As a whole, SUSE has grown 22 percent over last year, and the most growth has been in North America, with an increase of 37 percent. SUSE now has over 19,000 customers in 45 countries.

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Counter-Strike: Source Linux GPU Benchmarks

Last week I provided some new NVIDIA GeForce Team Fortress 2 benchmarks for Valve's popular Team Fortress 2 game and those Linux benchmark results were followed by 9-Way AMD Radeon Linux results for this Source Engine game. Now for starting off a new week is just not new benchmark results...

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Qt 5.3 Might Depend On SSE2 CPUs

Thiago Macieira of Intel is coordinating a proposal to enable SSE2 by default for the 32-bit builds of the Qt tool-kit beginning with the Qt 5.3 release. This likely change is due to the V4 JIT engine generating floating-point math for Qt's QML only using SSE x86 registers...

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Shuttleworth Sorry for 'Open Source Tea Party' Jibe

Ubuntu Daddy Mark Shuttleworth has blogged a pair of apologies for recent transgressions.…...

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