We all know that Google (with Chrome-ium) has at least close to 90% of the browser marketshare on the internet.
Which is your primary browser on your computer?
Remember that Brave, Opera and Edge are Chromium derivatives. I consider Safari to be separate since it's Webkit and not Blink.
Retoot this to get more votes in.
Dear Dukes of FLOSS @lunduke and ChromeBooks, Matt Hartley.
Related to the paying for FLOSS software: I have to wonder for devs who open source their code and decide to sell a binary, if there is a threat of said software being redistributed on mass from a third party site for free with no concern for dev compensation?
GTA: San Andreas is being remade (unofficially) in Unity and it supports Linux https://www.gamingonlinux.com/articles/gta-san-andreas-is-being-remade-unofficially-in-unity-and-it-supports-linux.14948 #GameEngine #OpenSource #Unity
Today we will look at MXLinux, what it is, and why you might want to use it.
Ross Scott is a genius. He creates an amazing narrative for a plain and simple racing game.
He reads between the lines. And he writes between them too.
"Ross's Game Dungeon: TrackMania² Canyon"
"The USB drives are erased, logos are removed, and are filled with content proven to inspire North Koreans to disbelieve Kim Jong-Un's propaganda and take a stand. Content includes e-books, films, and an offline Korean Wikipedia."
So I finally tried #solus 4 in a vm and I an finding that it has possibly every app I could want to use in a linux distro including some of the more difficult ones the find in native repositories. (that I had personally found.) these include:
-Opentoonz (though this has been changing since added to deb multimedia)
I now feel compelled to distro hop even though I'm fine with my current mxlinux install.
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I'll just go ahead and pin this to my profile
#linuxthursday Lbry with LBC seems cool with its various programs (youtube sync, the creators fund), and super decentralized nature and I hope it expands in the future. Though I keep getting hung up over the cryptocurrecy side of things. Particularly the parts of buying urls, and (in the future) renting out sever disk space.
Could the Duke of Lun explain how this whole content market works? Please?
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