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I want to try and make an operating systems that in general performs the following methods: 1: Run emulation and emulators for consoles up to the Nintendo GameCube and the PlayStation 2. 2: Run games from Steam 3: Play back multimedia such as music and videos from an external hard drive 4: Stream from web apps, such as YouTube, Pandora, and Netflix. Is this even possible? If so, where would be a good place to start? EDIT: I also forgot. Other than setting up things like a graphics card, the OS would be controlled by a game controller (ex. xbox 360 controller) submitted by bsteven48 [link] [6 comments]

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Has anybody had any good experience with them? I haven't had one that doesn't drop or have issues, or just doesn't work full stop submitted by shadowman42 [link] [comment]

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~ [Link] ~ The indiegogo fund-raising for Builder, an IDE made by the GNOME folks is approaching its finishing date. So far, ~$45,000 were raised but it's possible to do more. The next stretch goal at $50,000 will be enough to fund the development of a graphical debugger and integration with external hardware. For all the criticisms people (myself included) can legitimately make about the current state of the GNOME desktop, this particular project is good news for everyone interested in software development on Linux. submitted by Aerbum [link] [1 comment]

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I'm nearly finished with LFS101 (Intro to Linux) and I have the opportunity to take LFS 201 (Essentials of Linux Administration) for $100 off. In your opinion, should I take this opportunity, or would it be better to just learn from the free resources available? submitted by linuxguruintraining [link] [comment]

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I've been wanting to step-over to linux for a while, but I'm worried that I will have problems concerning drivers. My laptop is a HP Probook 450 G2, if that helps. Is there any good site or just a way to find out if all my hardware will work with linux? I've heard bad things about linux on this laptop when it comes to wifi for example. Also, is there anything distro-specific about drivers or are they the same for all distros? submitted by Darklightus [link] [1 comment]

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So I'm looking for an open-source, privacy respecting replacement for Skype. The closer to Skype's features, the better, basically they are: peer-to-peer (no servers like Mumble/TS3), a text chat, voice chat and cross-platform. (Linux + Windows, because all my friends run Windows) Thanks :) submitted by Killeri404 [link] [6 comments]

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Hi /r/linux, I've been running raspian on my raspi for a year now and I learned a lot about GNU/Linux from it. I noticed that everytime I do apt-get upgrade it updates a plethora of lib*-packages that I have no idea what they are doing. I dabble a bit in Java programming, so I know about code libraries, but I wonder Are these libraries solely for C++ or for other languages aswell? How do developers know when to use which lib? I find the names rather cryptic. If I was to write some code and whished to implement some feature, how do I know if this is provided by some methods in one of the available libraries in my distro's repo and which one? submitted by twlprk [link] [2 comments]

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