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    What makes a program being 'installed'

    Hello! I want to make an installer for my game so that the game is recognised as 'installed' on the system. Just like the GOG games installers. For that I need to know where to copy what files. I know that the actual files of a program go generally in /usr/bin or /usr/local/bin. The user files...
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    I Can't Figure out how to open and play this linux file

    I have this game I downloaded from itch.io, and it is the linux version, but for the life of me I cannot figure out how to play it on my computer. I am on chromebook, and what I have is Linux(Beta). The file is too large to attach onto this, but the name of the file is...
  3. bodeplot

    Nighthawk 4.0 arcade game now released (Open source, Supports Linux, OS/X)

    All, I'm pleased to announce that the Nighthawk 4.0 arcade game (a restored open source Linux game from the 90s) is available at the following web page: http://www.bluebarorange.ooguy.com/~...nighthawk.html For those that don't want to deal with building source code, there is a Debian package...
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    Suggested Linux Games

    I have been using linux for about 10 years now, and I have tried a variety of distros (including Ubuntu, Ubuntu Studio, Linux Mint, Fedora, and CentOS to name a few). Right now I am running Debian 9.9 (64 bit). I have been teaching myself music production, CGI/animation, and video production for...
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