Haxor – a Commodore 64 inspired platformer – continues to develop content updates after great press reviews

Haxor, an indie action platformer, brings back the Commodore 64 vibe of old to Steam. Climou, the two-manned studio behind the game, with help of the publisher Fat Dog Games, did an amazing job catching old school atmosphere and fusing it with polished and well-designed gameplay elements of today. It’s a great mix of classic mechanics […]

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Emmabuntüs, Debian Edition 2 1.04 32 and 64 bits

the Emmabuntüs Collective is happy to announce the release of the new Emmabuntüs Debian Edition 2 1.04 (32 and 64 bits), based on Debian 9.9 stretch distribution and featuring the XFCE desktop environment. Emmabuntüs, Debian Edition originally designed to facilitate the reconditioning of computers Join 1,799 other subscribers Email Address Subscribe This distribution was originally designed to facilitate the reconditioning of computers […]

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Fatdog Linux 64 801 Release

Fatdog Linux 64 801 Release This s a rolled-up release containing all updates that has happened since 800 was released. It contains bugfixes and some minor feature enhancements. There are no critical update in this release and if you’re currently happy with 800 release, there is no need to update.  Note that as usual Fatdog […]

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012 RaspEX based on Ubuntu 18.10 with LXDE, kernel 4.14.76-v8+ (64 bit), Raspotify, RealVNC, PuTTy, Samba and Bluetooth – Build 181022

012 RaspEX based on Ubuntu 18.10 with LXDE, kernel 4.14.76-v8+ (64 bit), Raspotify, RealVNC, PuTTy, Samba and Bluetooth – Build 181022

an extra version of RaspEX LXDE. RaspEX Build 181022 uses a 64 bitkernel – 4.14.76-v8+. You can very easy switch back to the original 32 bit kernel (4.14.74-v7+) if you don’t find the 64 bit kernel useful. Since the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B and B+ only have 1GB RAM it’s perhaps useless to run a 64 bit kernel, but […]

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OpenBSD 6.4 Release

OpenBSD 6.4 Release

OpenBSD 6.4 release OpenSSH’s configuration files to use service names instead of port numbers, and the Clang compiler will now replace some risky ROP instructions with safe alternatives. Perhaps the most interesting feature is the unveil() system call which allows applications to sandbox themselves, blocking their own access to the file system. This is especially […]

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