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Gaming in Kubuntu

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Finally!!! I was able to get the Gaming part of the Kubuntu How-to done. Half-Life 2 is really a fun First person shooter. I'll show you how to play it in Linux with a little help from our friends at Transgaming.com. I have received tons of requests to post this up on the site!!! So HERE is the link to the article. Next is setting up a native code game like Quake 4. I'll get that up as soon as I can.

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Well with Half-Life 2 under your belt, How about loading a game that runs native linux code. The Kubuntu How-to continues with loading Quake 4 into Linux with the Linux installer released by Id. HERE is the direct link. By the way this How-To has risen to Number 4 in popularity on the site. I do appriciate all the hits. It's great to see folks succeeding.....Now go take on the Strogg....

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