Fling is a simple Java application that gives users a way to drag and drop video files on the computer which will stream to the Chromecast.
Posts tagged: Linux
aGNUdomain/aNewDomain.net — This year has been an exciting one for Linux gamers. In February Steam for Linux was officially released by Valve. While the latest game releases have yet to make their way to the platform, there has been a steady increase in the amount of games made available. Most notably has been this past week’s […]
aGNUdomain/aNewDomain.net — Hardcore gaming has been a long time coming for Linux users of the world. Cloud gaming giant Steam came on board to offer its platform to Ubuntu Linux users and it’s been a fun ride for most. Alienware now looks to give Linux users more gaming goodness with hardware packages built for a […]
aGNUdomain/aNewDomain.net — As my partner in crime Ant Pruitt told you earlier, Ubuntu 13.04 has recently been released. However before you jump in with both feet, I will offer you a tale of caution. After hours of waiting for the upgrade files to finish downloading, I was left with one functional computer and one non-functional […]
aGNUdomain/aNewDomain.net — The popular (or infamous) Linux distro Ubuntu has been released under version 13.04. Canonical and Ubuntu have shared a love/hate relationship with many of their users over the last few releases. Stability issues, repositories and driver management are among the few items new Linux users begrudge upon installation. Let us not mention the fallout […]
The Ubuntu Tablet OS is now available in a developer preview. Do you plan to take the dive and dig through the OS?
Running Linux on your PC? Why? Ant Pruitt asks why Linux is run on your beloved computers and readers share their reasons.
John Carmack, the man behind some of the most influential video games of all time, caused a flurry of discussion over on Reddit last week when he expressed his opinions regarding native Linux ports of popular video games. Carmack's response on Reddit was an eloboration of a Twitter update he made on Feb. 4th where he stated […]
It’s the Linux Command Cheat Sheet — the ideal gift for that Linux lover in your life. It could be you. Happy Valentine’s Day from anewdomain.net with Gina Smith, John C. Dvorak and Jerry Pournelle and team — and aGNUdomain.net, launching soon at that url, led by Eric Finkenbiner and Ant Pruitt. Great.
aGNUdomain.net’s Eric Finkenbiner discusses rumors of Microsoft Office native support on Linux in 2014. Is this just the news you needed to convince yourself to move to the Linux desktop?