TomTom the Portable GPS software is available for linux!
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 7, 2009
My friend's dad, uses windows still with really the thing keeping him on it is TomTom. Its a must use for him. However I haven't seen any .debs for it and until recently didn't even know it provided its source code: http://www.tomtom.com/page.php?Page=gpl#top
Anyone know if there are any .deb packages somewhere for it. I haven't had any luck finding any yet.
Freemind mind map software no shortcuts working under Linux JRE?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 11, 2007
I'm trying to use the above Java program under Linux with the jre-1_5_0_09-linux-i586.bin runtime environment.
Most of my shortcuts aren't working - I cannot add nodes, sibling nodes or previous siblings. I. e. the program is ignoring INSERT ,DELETE and ENTER keypresses...
This only happens under the Linux JRE - if I run the same .JAR under Windows (with the Windows JRE) it works just fine...
Sharing SAN disk between two Oracle Linux Servers (5.9) without clustering
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 21, 2014
I have been working with Linux as an Oracle DBA but not as a Linux Administrator. So, I am very comfortable using it but a newbie to the Admin side.
I have the following architecture:
All servers running Oracle Linux 5.9
Server 1 - Oracle Database with RAC one-node (active node - the DB is always active on this server)
Server 2 - Oracle Database with RAC one-node (passive node - if server 1 above fails, the DB is relocated to this server)
Server 3 - Oracle Applications (E-Business Suite).
Server 1 and 2 are clustered using Oracle Grid Infrastructure. They have 3 SAN disks shared between them for the DB.
Since server 2 is a passive node and sits idle for 99% of the time, I would like to use it as a secondary node for Oracle Applications (server 3 being the primary). Both application servers (2 and 3) will be active (and load balanced). To do that in an optimal manner, I need to share a SAN disk between servers 2 and 3 without clustering these servers.
AAA title Metro Last Light now available for Linux!
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 16, 2013
It will likely go on sale for Christmas too so it would be worth it to wait a few days.
Available for purchase on Steam: http://store.steampowered.com/app/43160/
Gaming on Linux just got more awesome!
HalfLife Opposing Forces and HalfLife Blue Shift available for Linux on Steam!
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 30, 2013
Now, the full Half-Life (1) experience can be enjoyed on the best operating system! The are still in beta, but I'm downloading them as I type. I should mention that I do dual-boot, and had already purchased the Windows versions of both games, on sale, and I noticed their availability as I was about to start Half-Life for Linux. Neither game is on the Linux game list at present
In case you are wondering what they are.
It is nearly certain that Half-Life 2, in fact the whole Orange Box is to be expected maybe even this year.
And, yes, 2013 is THE Year Of Linux Gaming!
Keymapper for my gamepad available for linux?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 7, 2007
Right now I can't afford a desk to put my computer on (I have it sitting on a piece of plywood on top a cinder block) It's really uncomfortable to try and plays games on my pc hunched over, so I setup my xbox controller for use in linux. Some of my games support joysticks natively, but not fully. For example, soldier of fortune only supports 4 of the 12 buttons available, and only one analog stick. Also, not all of my games support joysticks either.
So is there any program out there that'll let me map keyboard keys to my gamepad and/or allow my analog stick to function as a mouse? I'd really appreciate it, it's so much of a pain the *** to play games as of now.
no sound quake 3 linux Page 2
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 23, 2005
I have tried running aoss quake3 and that works, but the sound is terrible.
Kega Fusion now available for Linux (but I can't get it to work)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 28, 2009
Megadrive/Genesis/32X/Mega-CD (and pretty much the vast majority of pre 1995 Sega consoles) emulator Kega Fusion has been released as a pre-compiled binary for Linux. However, when I have downloaded it, it just isn't working, once you click onto the Kega Fusion window, it just segfaults. It is great to see this emulator finally released for Linux. Gerbilsoft has done some excellent work on Gens/GS but it was also nice to see this emulator, which I used extensively on Windows long ago (before I switched to (K)Ubuntu) finally ported to Linux, despite fears from some people that it would never have happened. I can now use Gens/GS and Kega alongside.
Just as an additional note to my problem, I am using this on a 64-bit system, and the Windows version of Kega Fusion used to work, but that now segfaults (different issue).
Thanks in advance.
Installing Oracle linux 4.8 32bit on HP dl480 G8 server
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 15, 2014
I am attempting to install Oracle linux 4.8 on a HP dl480 G8 server and encounter an error during setup, when choosing the partitioning option. The hard drive is not being detected.
No hardware acceleration in Linux version of Firefox 4?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 12, 2010
I read on a website a few months ago that the Linux version of Firefox 4 does not have hardware acceleration yet.
Is this still the case?
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