Author: Tavis

Monitor Your System with Glances for Linux

Glances provides information about your kernel, CPU, system load, processes, memory usage and more. Read more at ServerSchool.com

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Papers, Please Now On Linux

The addictive eastern European checkpoint attendant and click game that so many people seem to like is now available on Linux via Steam and other channels. Yes, Papers, Please is also on sale. It’s retro and filled with umm, immigrants.

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Stop complaining about Windows!

Do you get tired of those people always complaining about Windows but still choosing to use it? This is my response:

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Does Android Count in the Big Linux Scheme of Things?

When judging the success, or lack thereof, of Linux, many proponents of Linux often cite the success of the Android mobile operating system. After all, a majority of smartphones in the world now run Android, which has Linux as its

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Ubuntu Phones, Steam Boxes and FireChrome

I spent most of January sick, and I am not entirely sure that it is completely gone. Still, I feel well enough to write again, and there are a few hot topics that I would like to address. 1. Ubuntu

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10 Years of Creative Commons Freedom

If you spend any amount of time around free software users or developers, you know it is all about freedom, not price. A decade ago, it was difficult to share content without stepping on some copyright toes. Creative Commons changed

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Steam on Linux (Beta) is Here

Yes, Virginia, there is a Steam on Linux. And yes, this story is old news. The Steam beta on Linux has been going on for a couple of weeks now, but the important news is that I have received my

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Send 10 GB files in Google Drive

Bandwidth caps be damned. Google will apparently allow its users to share 10GB files via Google Drive. Now, even if you have a file one tenth that size, it could be very good for online collaboration and development.

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5 Promising Linux Apps Worth Trying

Linux is the free and open source kernel that powers numerous operating systems (or distributions) that users can freely download, install, remix, share, and even sell. Linux is all about freedom, but it also has the benefit of often being

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Linux Game Preview: Tomes of Mephistopheles (Alpha)

Indie game developers are becoming much more receptive to Linux users, and Kot-In-Action has become a household name with its action-packed Steel Storm games. Moreover, the introduction of a Linux client for Desura has made it much easier for game

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