Clonezilla Live 2.5.0-25 Stable Release Is Powered by Linux 4.9.6 and Debian Sid
Clonezilla Live and GParted Live creator Steven Shiau announced the availability of a new stable release of Clonezilla Live, versioned 2.5.0-25, bringing the latest GNU/Linux technologies and up-to-date software components.
Based on the Debian Sid repository as of February 20, 2017, Clonezilla Live 2.5.0-25 is now powered by the Linux 4.9.6 kernel and ships with a bunch of new packages, including Nmap, bicon, sshpass, keychain, and monitoring-plugins-basic.
One title I never had the chance to actually get into is War Thunder, so I teamed up with Samsai to check it out. Here’s a video and some thoughts.
The game is available to download for Linux direct from the War Thunder website and Steam. So you don’t actually need Steam to run it which is great.
Valve developer Pierre-Loup Griffais announced earlier today on Twitter that a pre-release version of the SteamVR virtual reality system is now available for Linux and SteamOS users.
SteamVR for Linux is currently in beta testing stages of development for developers who want an early start for creating SteamVR content for Linux-based operating systems, including Valve's SteamOS, which the company ships pre-installed on numerous Steam Machines stand-alone gaming devices.