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Steam for Linux Aug 15 Update

All ya Linux gamers, time to update your Steam for Linux client to the latest beta, which comes with quite a lot of good changes.

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Samsung Properly Open-Sources exFAT File-System

Back in June, Phoronix was the first to report of a native exFAT file-system implementation for Linux that appeared on GitHub. It later turned out that Samsung accidentally leaked their exFAT source code. The solution has now been corrected with Samsung formally open-sourcing their exFAT source code...

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Tropico 5 & Blitzkrieg 3 Will Be Released For Linux

Tropico 5 was announced yesterday as the latest in a 12-year-old game franchise of this island maker game. What makes Tropico 5 really exciting is that when released in 2014 this construction/management simulation game will have native Linux support. The Blitzkrieg 3 World War II game is also being ported...

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QEMU 1.6 Brings A Whole Lot Of Changes

QEMU 1.6.0 has been released and with this open-source processor emulator commonly used with Linux KVM are a whole lot of new features and capabilities...

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New Linux Podcast Could be What You're Looking For

Jupiter Broadcasting, the guys that bring you the Linux Action Show, now bring Linux enthusiasts a new Linux podcast: Linux Unplugged. The first show appeared a couple of days ago to address issues time inhibits on the Linux Action Show. The initial broadcast explains that Linux Unplugged is primarily, but not exclusively, to discuss feedback from the Linux Action Show. However, the first show begins with an interesting discussion on KDE experiences vs GNOME experiences. With the subject being "Too Much Choice" other desktops...

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Linux Kernel "Hobbyist" Wanted: Free Travel to Kernel Summit

As an experiment this year, the Linux Kernel Summit Program Committee would like to put out a call for hobbyists. This year, we have up to three places to give to people who do Linux Kernel development as a hobby rather than a profession (Our definition of "hobbyist" is anyone who doesn't get paid to work on Linux).  The Linux Kernel Summit will be held this year in Edinburgh from 23-25 October and, on the core day (the 24th of October), will primarily be concentrating on processes around kernel development.  

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