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How To Install Paw.digital (PAW) Tribes (Nodes) on LINUX UBUNTU!

25 Nov 2021 2 minute read 1 comment otomatis

You can use vultr if you want a simple vps provider without kyc verification needed. On this tutorial, i use Ubuntu 21.10 x64, if you're using other version/distro i didn't know it'll have error or not. also i use "Putty" as terminal.Open up your put...

Why the Steam Deck's Delay is an Overall Benefit

18 Nov 2021 2 minute read 0 comments LateToTheParty

Co-published on Read.cash. About 10 days ago, I wrote about how Linux gaming continued to gain momentum and expressed my enthusiasm for the impending Steam Deck launch. Well... almost immediately after I published that article, Valve announced that t...

Do These Two Things Before You Switch to Linux

15 Nov 2021 2 minute read 5 comments Krisz Rokk

After using macOS for almost a decade I decided to switch to Linux. Going from one version to the next while trying to figure out what Apple’s “black box” is having in store for you has become a ridiculous hunt. Having to constantly purchase new upda...

Linux Continues to Show Momentum with Just a Month Away from the Steam Deck

8 Nov 2021 2 minute read 0 comments LateToTheParty

Co-published on Read.cash. As Valve's Steam Deck gets closer to launching next month, that has not stopped Linux gaming from taking a few notable steps forward. Last month, Linux managed to stay over 1% marketshare on Steam for the 3rd consecutive mo...

Sadly my laptop CPU is not supported for a Windows 11 upgrade

12 Oct 2021 2 minute read 1 comment Bala

I read somewhere that Windows 11 upgrade is being pushed to many users who are currently using Windows 10. I was so excited and wanted to check if my laptop was compatible or not. I quickly opened windows updates and found out that my laptop was not...

Linux Improves and Maintains Over 1% Steam Marketshare for Third Consecutive Month

4 Oct 2021 2 minute read 0 comments LateToTheParty

Co-published on Read.cash. Back in July when Linux hit the 1% milestone, I hypothesized that there was genuine momentum due to the lukewarm reception towards Windows 11 and Linux's greater versatility with FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR). A month l...

Linux Gaming Gains Easy Anti-Cheat Support, Clears a Major Hurdle (Emphasis on "a")

25 Sep 2021 5 minute read 1 comment LateToTheParty

Co-published on Read.cash. Introduction: Anti-Cheat Support Finally Arrives to Linux Over the last 3 years, Linux gaming has made a lot of progress thanks to Valve's Proton compatibility layer and the translation layers of DXVK and VKD3D. If you look...

The "Zero Trace Pen" is one big scam.

20 Sep 2021 1 minute read 4 comments Walkx

TL;DR: This company is selling a 16GB USB with a Free OS for $100 and claiming it's the most secure OS out there.   Zerotrace, claims to have made the most secure OS (Operating System) out there, running on a disguised USB (A ballpoint pen with a USB...

Linux Steam Marketshare Maintains Consistency: Could 2022 Actually be the "Year of the Linux Desktop"?

3 Sep 2021 3 minute read 3 comments LateToTheParty

When Linux officially hit 1% marketshare on Steam's July 2021 hardware survey, I was pretty ecstatic. For three years since Valve dropped a bombshell that was Steam Proton, the marketshare would show an upward trend, but not quite get there. I had th...

Microsoft Customers Prefer Linux on Azure Cloud

2 Sep 2021 2 minute read 4 comments Debesh Choudhury

Top 100 Microsoft Customers deploy Linux (not Windows) on Azure That is why Microsoft Azure loves Linux more than Windows!  This is not an overstatement but a hundred percent true. Former CEO of Microsoft Steve Ballmer had termed Linux as ‘a cancer’....