Fun Thought: Will Ubuntu Touch devices support installing of other DEs?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 12, 2013
Lately I've found myself growing increasingly bored of the mobile space. This is largely due to the fact that you don't really have any degree of flexibility with crossing other operating systems or environments with existing hardware. Sure, you can flash and install Cyanogenmod on your Android, but Cyanogenmod is still Android, so you're just getting a different Android. You're still largely stuck with Android-related OS's on Android devices, Windows on Windows devices, etc.
I'm a huge fan of many desktop environments. I love what's happening these days. While I'm not a KDE fan, Plasma Active is an interesting concept. Gnome Shell is downright gorgeous and Unity is something we're all aware of in regard to Ubuntu Touch. As a result, this got me wondering. I can easily install KDE on Ubuntu, Gnome Shell on Ubuntu, etc etc etc as it stands now. Of course, I can also install the DE-specific spins (Kubuntu, Ubuntu GNOME), but that's something we'll ignore for right now. What I think wo
Fun Free FPS games.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 5, 2011
Name some for me?
I just want a really good one, I'm not too big on them I usually just stick to Runescape.
But they have to be good. :s
LXer: Irukandji and Bullet Candy Perfect, Two Fun Arcade Shooters Now Available in Ubuntu Software C
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 11, 2011
Published at LXer:
Charlie, an Indie game developer from UK, makes fun score oriented arcade shooters. Under the name of Charlie's Games, he has released some nice games for Linux, two of them are now available in software center - Irukandji and Bullet Candy Perfect. These are quite addictive shoot 'em up games, perfect for netbooks.
[SOLVED] fun short games?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 8, 2008
I've looked all over for a year now and I still can't find a game that "fits" me, so I'm asking for recommendations.
I'm looking for a games I can play for a quick 10-15 minutes, save and come back to again and again.
Something like Diablo/Diablo 2 (yes, I do have it under wine, but something different would be nice)... not the atmosphere, it can be all kittens and puppies for all I care, but something with similar playability. I've tried a lot of roguelikes but that's not really my thing.
Games I've liked:
Wesnoth... but it takes too long
Zelda, Final Fantasy, Secret of Mana, Chrono Trigger for SNES (yes, i likes retro...)
virtual villagers (know anything similar?)
arcade games are ok too. I still haven't found an Arkanoid i like.
What are some fun multiplayer online games?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 20, 2011
I saw in another post the game minecraft but it is not free. I am looking for something similar where I can play multiplayer and spend some time. I would also like to host a server if thats possible, if not it's ok too.
Online Multiplayer Fun! (suggestions?)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 1, 2006
I'm running Ubuntu and would like to find a really good multiplayer, online adventure game to play (Tibia and some others were only for Windows) with other people from around the globe. What's hot right now? Suggestions? Thanks Much.
Happy New Year,
Fun Penguin game.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 27, 2006
You left-click once to make the Penguin jump, and again to club it as far as you can!
[SOLVED] Need some fun commands while in SSH.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 25, 2011
I figured out my friends root password. He and I are new to Linux. I used SSH to get into his computer and kept on annoying him with the eject command. He has no idea what was going on and I had a good laugh. Just wondering, can anyone think of any good commands I could use to annoy him? We are both using Fedora 14.
Linux PVR Fun
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 29, 2002
Forgive me for the long post: I always wait until I'm overwhelmed before I start asking questions.
I'm trying to set up a PVR under Linux. I installed a TV tuner card and got xawtv working. Now I need to set up a VCR program. I've looked at several different options, including VCR (http://www.stack.nl/~brama/vcr/), Freevo (http://freevo.sourceforge.net/), and MythTV (http://mythtv.org/).
I've decided to go with MythTV, since it looks like VCR is no longer under development and Freevo doesn't currently offer the time-shifting or scheduled recording features of MythTV. My problem is that MythTV requires qt > 3.0. I'm running Red Hat 7.2, which comes with qt 2.x.
I tried upgrading to qt > 3.0, but a lot of KDE stuff is using qt 2.x. (I use Gnome, but I opted to install both desktop managers to get a feel for them.) So, I decided to upgrade to KDE 3.0.
It seemed the easiest way to upgrade to KDE 3.0 was just to upgrade to Red Hat 7.3. I tried to upgrade, but the u
LXer: The Grave Digger fun little indie game for Linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 23, 2013
Published at LXer:
Take control of shovel-master Fagus the grave robber extraordinaire in this third person stealth action-adventure. It's a curious blend of whimsical English comedy and grim Dickensian horror made by a two-man team dedicated to fun, addictive gameplay.
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