I have been using Linux for just over ten years now, and I have always had to have the whole dual-boot thing with Windows for my gaming addiction. With a lots of old information about Linux gaming, I thought that it would be nice to do an article about the Honest State of Gaming in Linux currently.
Many gamers are now realizing that computer gaming isn’t just a relevant and real gaming platform, but additionally one that is threatening to discard the old gaming notion that real gamers have fun with dedicated gaming consoles.
Wanting to choose between Kubuntu and Ubuntu and was wondering, which was better for gaming... Articles from early last year suggested that Unity was ahead of KDE on gaming performance, but i heard that now, KDE with tweaks is much better.
So I am asking you guys, what is your current experience with the 2 desktop environments?
Hi guys. Coming to you for advice on another build. This time, I want to plan out parts to pick up for a mid-range/entry level gaming rig. I'm thinking a hybrid SSD/HDD will be good for speed/storage space for games. Don't think an optical drive is needed.
1) What will you be doing with this PC? Gaming? Photoshop? Web browsing?
This one fits into both the distribution and the gaming categories. Sabayon Linux have released a new gaming dvd that contains a large number of pre-installed and ready to play open source favorites. Continue reading "Sabayon Linux 5.1 Gaming DVD released"