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Wasteland 2 To Run On Unity Game Engine

Wasteland 2, the very successful Kickstarter game project as the sequel to the two-decade-old Wasteland RPG, will be running on the Unity Engine with its Linux client included...

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Linux 3.4 Approaching with "Calmed" RC7

A calm seventh release candidate for Linux 3.4 presages a release of the new Linux version next weekend...

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PulseAudio 2.0 Makes Better Use of Modern Hardware Features

The new version offers improved jack detection support and can reduce the power requirements of audio output via alternate sample rates...

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ConnMan 1.0 Released For Linux Networking

Aside from Intel's Open-Source Technology Center finally releasing PowerTOP 2.0, developers at the company have also finally released a stable version of another one of their initiatives: ConnMan...

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Guidelines for Starting Your Very Own Open Source Project

Are you thinking of launching an open source project? Doing so successfully and rallying community support can be more complicated than you think, but a little up-front footwork and howework can help things go smoothly. Beyond that, some planning can also keep you out of legal trouble. Issues pertaining to licensing, distribution, support options and even branding require thinking ahead if you want your project to flourish. In this post, you'll find our updated collection of good, free resources to pay attention to if you're doing an open source project. The Open Source Definition is where every project leader should start when it comes to how open source projects should be distributed, and what actually qualifies as open source. It's also good to review Open Standards requirements.     As we noted in this post, the Software Freedom Law Center has a set of very good online resources on how open source licenses and copyrights work, and much more. Legal issues are smart to anticipate up front. The authors...

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Linux I/O Scheduler Comparison On The Linux 3.4 Desktop

At the request of Phoronix readers, and that the default I/O scheduler may change, here's a comparison of the CFQ, Deadline, and Noop schedulers on three systems and covering both rotating media (HDD) and solid-state storage (SSDs).

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