We all know KODI. For those who don’t know, KODI is a free, open source media player developed by XBMC foundation. KODI is a highly customizable and a powerful media player which can play almost any of the media available today. KODI supports the variety of operating systems, which means you can use it on your favorite OS without any complications.
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Just a heads up: Linux Academy is including the AWS CSA Associate course in their free-tier membership this month.
We launched an updated AWS CSA course last weekend with a huge project called "The Orion Papers". It's a visual, interactive guide filled with live diagrams and AWS knowledge that you can use as your own personal study resource.
Let me know if anyone has any questions!submitted by /u/OrderChaos
Darktable is an Open Source workflow app and raw developer for photography
LXer: Patent Attacks on GNU/Linux Devices, Courtesy of Philips, Ericsson, Microsoft and Its Patent Trolls
A quick questions about video game compatibility with Linux. When a game says that it is able to run on the Linux OS, does it mean only on a specific distro (i.e. Ubuntu) of Linux?
I ask because I was browsing through GOG and saw that a game had Linux support but mentioned versions of Ubuntu only./u/GranArcanum