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Sometimes, I don't know why I bother


So here we have the GLUON robot arm kickstarter, which looked like a pretty damn cool toy at an amazing price. Of course, it was too good to be true, and yet another kickstarter ends up being ruined with no recourse and no explanation from anyone involved. This officially puts my Kickstarter record at more […]

Static App Images Are Hard To Update


I was looking at anbox - a neat little program for running Android applications on Ubuntu - and was a bit unhappy to see that it was only supported on LTS releases, primarily because of kernel modules that aren't actually part of the snap package in which it's distributed. We're told that static images are […]

Shenmue 3 on Ubuntu


So, if you're wondering if Shenmue III runs on Linux, the answer is yes. I see. Installation is about as basic as it gets: fire up Lutris, pick the Epic Games Store installer, install and run that, then install and run Shenmue 3 from the launcher. That's it. That's all. It just works. Likely on […]

Woven


This game is unreasonably cute. So far it seems like a fairly simple, straightforward puzzle(ish) game, no idea if there are any platforming aspects to it but so far the gameplay seems to revolve around exploration, collection of patterns and materials for customizing Stuffie, and using abilities gained from the patterns to progress. Runs good […]

That nasty Gnome-Shell bug's fixed


Check it. Should be in the regular archives soon; in the meantime, you can install the mutter kit from proposed and get the fixes that way too. I'm glad this one got fixed relatively fast, it wasn't just games that were affected. Firefox would hang, and take the desktop out with it. >:(

Stupid Linux Steam Tricks #312


Is a native game crashing? Would you like a log file? Go into the game's properties and set its launch options to: script -c "%command%" /home/YOURUSER/log.txt Make sure that YOURUSER is your actual home directory (obviously), or point the log file path wherever else you want.

THIS IS SUPER ANNOYING.


Not only does it screw up debugging, it also makes it nearly impossible to play games that have some startup time associated with them. EDIT: It's getting fixed. Grr. Source: """ is not responding" dialog caused shell to become unresponsive (#1607) · Issues · GNOME / gnome-shell · GitLab