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Over time, we have observed numerous technological innovations since the advent of technology. One of the most remarkable advancements in recent times is the progress made in gaming on the Linux operating system. In the past, if you had inquired about the status of gaming on Linux, people would have dismissed the idea, claiming that playing AAA games on Linux was not feasible. However, the landscape has changed significantly today, all thanks to Valve's Proton technology and the introduction of the Steam Deck. This progress has dispelled the notion that Linux cannot be a competitive platform for gaming and has established Linux as a viable option for gamers worldwide. Hence, if you want to start your gaming journey on Linux, here are the best Linux distros for gaming. #linux #linuxdistro #ubuntu #linuxmint #gaming #linuxgaming #popos #garuda #nobara #regata #steam
Top 25 Best Linux Games in 2021: Here are the best games available on Steam for Linux. Also watch: Best Linux Games for Free 🤍 Best Action Games for Linux On Steam 🤍 Best RPG Games for Linux on Steam 🤍 Timecode: 00:00 Intro 00:20 Valheim 01:05 RimWorld 01:49 Factorio 02:30 A Short Hike 03:12 Crusader Kings 3 03:48 Total War Warhammer 2 04:29 Desperados 3 05:11 Dying Light Enhanced Edition 05:59 Sid Meier’s Civilization 6 06:40 Pillars of Eternity II Deadfire 07:21 Slay the Spire 07:55 Dead Cells 08:38 Team Fortress 2 09:24 Dota 2 10:18 Counter-Strike Global Offensive 10:49 Albion 11:22 World of Warships 11:56 War Thunder 12:18 Tomb Raider 12:57 Ark Survival Evolved 13:44 The Witcher 2 Assassins of Kings 14:27 Minecraft 15:12 Deus-Ex Mankind Divided 15:46 Stardew Valley 16:16 Dirt Rally #linuxgames #linuxgaming
Here are my top 5 picks for the best Open Source & Native Linux games. You can find these popular games in every Linux store front and nearly every Linux software repository. Linux has a rich history in native & open source gaming dating back into the 90s. Several of the games featured in this video are forks (or continuations) of those games! The games I featured here are based on what I know & have played up to today. I hope to discover more awesome Linux games and show case them next year! — Games Featured in Top 5 5. Xonotic - 🤍 4. Veloren - 🤍 3. 0ad - 🤍 2. Super Tux Kart - 🤍 1. Battle for Wesnoth - 🤍 Other Games Featured - Extreme Tux Racer - 🤍 - Frozen Bubble - 🤍 - Sonic RoboBlast 2 - 🤍 - Super Tux - 🤍 - Super Tux Advance - 🤍 0:00 Hey you guys 0:49 Xonotic 2:03 Veloren 3:06 0ad 4:08 SuperTuxKart 5:37 Battle for Wesnoth 7:38 Bye ☕ Enjoy my videos? Buy me a coffee on Ko-fi! 🤍 Follow me on social media! Mastodon 📯 🤍 Twitter 🐦 🤍 Check out my other YouTube Channels ~ OpenEgee 🐾 🤍 EgeeNuevo 🎸 🤍 Affiliate Links: The laptop I produce my videos with: 🤍 This is my microphone: 🤍 My 24-bit Audio Interface: 🤍 💝 Support The Channel! Patreon: 🤍 Flattr: 🤍 Paypal: 🤍 #egee
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Linux is easier, faster, better, more reliable for gaming — and for everything else — than Windows is, and it's horrible that no one has told you this before. Here's how you can finally leave Microsoft behind for good and install Garuda, objectively the coolest operating system out there, and get everything you need in minutes, all without needing to learn a dang thing! Manual partition install: 🤍 I know the music is loud. I dunno how I messed it up so that it's that loud. You don't need to comment on it; I am already suitably mortified by its loudness. 0:00 - Pro-Garuda Propaganda 7:02 - How to do the Thing
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In this video, we show you how to build and set up a low-cost budget Linux gaming PC! Powered by an Intel i7 CPU and a Radeon graphics card this thing isn't bad at all for a full Gaming PC that cost about $260! e will be using Manjaro and ill show you how to get Proton "Steam Play" set up and working plus I also show you how to update your video drivers in Linux and install a performance overlay known as MangoHUD to monitor FPS, CPU, GPU. Download Manjaro: 🤍 Download Etcher:🤍 Learn More About MangoHud: 🤍 PARTS USED IN BUILD: RX480 GPU: 🤍 RX580 GPU: 🤍 OptiPlex i7 4790:🤍 SSD: 🤍 SSD Bracket:🤍 Dual Sata To 6Pin GPU: 🤍 Follow Me On Twitter: 🤍 Follow Me On Instagram: 🤍 00:00-Intro 00:15-Overview 01:42-The Build 02:55-How To Install Manjaro Linux 05:57-Setting up Manjaro, GPU Driver Update 06:58-ENable Steam Play Proton on Linux 08:25-How to install MangoHUD Performance Monitor and GUI 10:57- Linux PC Gaming Test Project Cars 2 11:45-Injustice 2 Linux Test 11:56-God Of War Linux Test 12:45-Cyberpunk 2077 Linux Test 13:17-Elden Ring Linux Test 13:45-Final Thoughts Equipment I Use: Screen Capture Device: 🤍 Tool Kit: 🤍 Soldering Station: 🤍 Camera: 🤍 Tripod: 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4: 🤍 Flirc Case: 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission at no extra cost to you! Under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education, and research. No Games Are Included Or Added This video and Channel and Video are for viewers 14 years older and up. This video is not made for viewers under the age of 14. Want to send me something? ETAPRIME 12520 Capital Blvd Ste 401 Number 108 Wake Forest, NC 27587 US THIS VIDEO IS FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY!
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Gaming in Linux has had issues in the past, but thanks to the Steam Deck and Valve's commitment to making it better, I finally feel Linux Gaming is good enough that I can finally ditch Windows! I demo five games (including two with ray tracing) in various launchers including Steam, Blizzard's Battle.net, and Epic Games to show how good performance is with an AMD Radeon 6700 XT GPU. Also, thanks to Wine based software such as Bottles, installation of these launchers is super easy. This video is a general overview, not a detailed step-by-step guide, but I also give some tips and suggestions on the software packages you should install to get the best performance. I plan to do a follow-up video soon that focuses on running Windows productivity and non-gaming applications in Linux, so stay tuned for that! Articles about major performance improvements from new Mesa 23.1 driver: 🤍 🤍 These are affiliate links where I earn a small commission for purchases at no extra cost to you. This is the easiest way to help the channel, thank you! Amazon: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Donations Buy me a coffee: 🤍 PayPal: 🤍 Chapters 00:00 Intro & Doom Eternal 02:39 Metro Exodus Enhanced Edition 03:59 Stuttering from shader compilation 05:11 New Mesa 23.1 driver fixes stuttering 06:12 Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 07:08 Steam Launch Options, GameMode & MangoHud 08:26 Wine & Bottles 09:45 StarCraft 2 & Battle.net 11:45 Latency & Wayland 13:20 Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 & Epic Games 14:49 Outro
On the last video I showed some of the frustrations and issues with Linux Gaming and PC gaming in general. This video, shows the triumph of Elden Ring going from playing terrible to BETTER than Windows. Timestamps 00:00 Linux Gaming Recap 02:30 Massive Improvements on Linux 05:00 Windows vs Linux Revisited 09:15 What happened to cause bad and good performance Support My Work - ►► Get Updates, Launch Announcements and More ➜ 🤍 ►► Chris Titus Tech Digital Downloads ➜ 🤍 ►► Product and Service Recommendations ➜ 🤍 ►► My YouTube Gear and Computers ➜ 🤍 Other Places to Find Me - ►► Titus Tech Talk ➜ 🤍 ►► Titus Tech Gaming ➜ 🤍 ►► Chris Titus Fitness ➜ 🤍 ►► Twitch ➜ 🤍 ►► Twitter ➜ 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This video and description contain affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps supports the channel and allows us to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for your support!
I've been wanting to try daily driving Linux for quite a while now, so I finally did, and it went "as expected". CHAPTERS: 00:00 Been having issues with Windows 1:00 I should reinstall Windows 1:33 Went shopping 2:14 Editing software adventure 2:54 Avoiding Adobe 3:25 Issues with modern software 3:55 Appreciating FOSS 4:45 Choosing a Linux distro 5:15 Can I run DaVinci Resolve on Linux? 5:55 IT BEGINS! 6:30 Install successful 7:00 Linux challenges 7:50 Starting customization 8:20 Counter-Strike: Source 8:45 Noita 9:15 OSRS & Gunfire Reborn 9:55 My BIGGEST ISSUE with Linux 11:45 Trying out KDE 12:15 More research on the laggyness 13:00 Trying out Kdenlive 13:30 installing DaVinci Resolve 14:00 I'm trying Ubuntu instead 14:30 Still not 165hz 15:00 FINALLY NOT LAGGY 15:30 I'm still concerned 16:20 I'm not surprised at issues 16:55 Linux isn't just an OS 17:25 Unfortunate consequences of defensiveness 17:55 My concern daily driving Linux 18:25 Appreciating Linux! 19:25 Conclusion 20:07 Outro MUSIC: The Simpsons Hit & Run Soundtrack - Homer's Day Opoona OST - Garden of Arts Wii Party Soundtrack - Main Menu Music Lil Ugly Mane - Drain Counter OSRS OST - Unknown Land Unreal Tournament OST - Nether Animal Тема парка Музыка из игры Ну, Погоди! Выпуск 1. Погоня Super Smash Bros. Wii U - All-Star Rest Area Patreon: 🤍 Migaku reflink (1 extra month for free + support the channel): 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Twitch: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 Second Channel: 🤍
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You don't have to spend money to play the best Linux games. We have compiled a list of awesome free Linux games so that you can enjoy gaming on your Linux system without worrying about your wallet. Check out the top free Linux games right now! 00:00 Dota 2 00:30 Team Fortress 2 01:07 War Thunder 01:38 WAKFU 02:04 Fishing Planet 02:34 Star Conflict 02:55 Robocraft 03:23 AdVenture Capitalist 03:43 BRAIN / OUT 04:07 Wild West Saga Idle Tycoon 04:26 No More Room in Hell 04:50 Awesomenauts 05:14 Dead Maze 05:34 The King’s Request Physiology and Anatomy Revision Game 06:11 Cognizer 06:23 Faeria 06:42 Tank Force 07:09 Toribash 07:29 Forge of Gods 07:49 World of Guns Gun Disassembly 08:03 The Pirate Caribbean Hunt 08:21 Xonotic 08:41 The Battle for Wesnoth 09:02 CAYNE 09:18 0 A.D 09:40 Urban Terror 09:55 Secret Maryo Chronicles 10:15 Assault Cube 10:32 Super Tux Kart 10:50 Warsow 11:02 Hedgewars #BestLinuxFreeGames #BestLinuxGames #LinuxGames #FreeLinuxGames #GamesForLinux
When people think of gaming, Linux isn't exactly the first operating system that comes to mind. That’s fair because Linux isn’t treated as a first-class citizen when it comes to gaming. But Gaming on Linux has come a long way in the last half a decade. While it was always possible to game on Linux, the titles that worked flawlessly on the platform were few. Pop OS: 🤍 Garuda Linux: 🤍 DraugerOS: 🤍 Nobara OS: 🤍 Manjaro: 🤍 Regata OS: 🤍 Full Gameplay link: Elden Ring: 🤍 Call of Duty Black Ops 4: 🤍 Horizon Zero Dawn: 🤍 Forza Horizon 4: 🤍 Days Gone: 🤍 Control: 🤍 God Of War: 🤍 Best Gaming Laptops: ASUS TUF Gaming A15 : 🤍 Acer Aspire 5 Gaming Laptop : 🤍 Dell [SmartChoice] G15-5520 : 🤍 ASUS TUF Gaming F15 : 🤍 Best Books to Buy to Learn Linux Shell: LINUX BIBLE E10 : 🤍 Linux Pocket Guide : 🤍 Linux Basics for Hackers : 🤍 Linux All-In-One for Dummies, 6ed : 🤍 Best Airdopes/TWS to Buy: boAt Airdopes 141 : 🤍 boAt Immortal 121 TWS : 🤍 Boult Newly Launched Ammo True : 🤍 Boult Audio Maverick : 🤍 #BestLinuxDistroForGaming #Ubuntu #PopOS #Manjaro #GamingDistro #top5LinuxDistroForGaming #LinuxGaming #linuxdistroforgaming #linux #gaming #manjaro #horizonzerodawn #witcher #halo #archlinux #popos #gamingonlinux #linuxgaming #linuxgames #manjaro #garuda #nobara #regata #proton
Try FreshBooks free, for 30 days, no credit card required at 🤍 Use code LINUS and get 25% off GlassWire at 🤍 This is part 1 in a series where Linus and Luke migrate their home workstation to Linux. In this episode, each decides which Distro they'll use, and then tries to run a game on it. Buy a Gigabyte AORUS FO48U Monitor: 🤍 Buy a Crucial P5 Plus NVMe SSD: 🤍 Purchases made through some store links may provide some compensation to Linus Media Group. Discuss on the forum: 🤍 ► GET MERCH: 🤍 ► AFFILIATES, SPONSORS & REFERRALS: 🤍 ► PODCAST GEAR: 🤍 ► SUPPORT US ON FLOATPLANE: 🤍 FOLLOW US ELSEWHERE - Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Twitch: 🤍 MUSIC CREDIT - Intro: Laszlo - Supernova Video Link: 🤍 iTunes Download Link: 🤍 Artist Link: 🤍 Outro: Approaching Nirvana - Sugar High Video Link: 🤍 Listen on Spotify: 🤍 Artist Link: 🤍 Intro animation by MBarek Abdelwassaa 🤍 Monitor And Keyboard by vadimmihalkevich / CC BY 4.0 🤍 Mechanical RGB Keyboard by BigBrotherECE / CC BY 4.0 🤍 Mouse Gamer free Model By Oscar Creativo / CC BY 4.0 🤍 CHAPTERS - 0:00 Intro 1:07 Choosing a Distro is Confusing 4:27 Linus' Distro Choice 5:16 Luke's Distro Choice 6:04 OS setup 13:44 Linus tries Manjaro 17:08 Luke Games 17:55 Linus Games 19:19 Conclusion 20:20 Pop!_OS Explanation
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I built a custom Linux gaming PC, and installed Ubuntu on it. I made some poor choices, but eventually got the thing working. After a week of testing and reflecting on the experience, I have a few thoughts. Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Sponsor me on GitHub: 🤍 Merch: 🤍 2nd Channel: 🤍 #Linux #Gaming #PCBuild Mentioned in this video: - Blog post: 🤍 - Linux Gaming PC Build Livestream: 🤍 - LTT Gaming on Linux playlist: 🤍 Parts list (some are affiliate links): - AMD Ryzen 5 5600x 6-core CPU: 🤍 - AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT: 🤍 - Gigabyte B550 AORUS Elite Motherboard: 🤍 - Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro SL 16GB DDR4-3200 RAM kit: 🤍 - Asus TUF Gaming GT501 eATX Case: 🤍 - Corsair RM650x 650W 80+ Gold ATX PSU: 🤍 - Sabrent Rocket Q 8TB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD: 🤍 - Samsung 870 QVO 8TB 2.5" SSD: 🤍 - ASUS XG-C100C PCIe 10 Gbps Ethernet Adapter: 🤍 - MSI Optix G241 24" 1080p 144 Hz IPS monitor: 🤍 - Scythe Kaze Flex 140mm PWM RGB Fan: 🤍 - Raspberry Pi Keyboard (Black/Grey): 🤍 - Raspberry Pi Mouse (Black/Grey): 🤍 Contents: 00:00 - tl;dr 01:04 - Why Ubuntu? 03:24 - What could go wrong? 04:59 - Fixing my mistakes 06:07 - Halo 3 at 144fps 06:40 - It was my fault 07:44 - Linux just works (sometimes) 08:30 - Takeaways
This is the most powerful Linux gaming PC we have ever built and in this vidope we take a look a 4K gaming on the ChimeraOS Gaming PC. This thing is absolutely insane and offers the best Linux Gaming We’ve seen so far! Of course, you could always just install Windows or another Linux distro like Manjaro but I’m a big fan of Steam OS 3 and ChimeraOS offers everything I need in a Linux gaming Distro. 4K gaming on Linux using Proton has never been so good! Parts Used in this Linux gaming PC Build X670E Taichi AM5 Motherboard:🤍asrock.com Ryzen 9 7950X: 🤍 Ryzen 7000 AM5 CPU:🤍 Asrock RX6900Xt:🤍 InWIn A5 PC Case: 🤍 Or Here: 🤍 DDR5 Ram:🤍 240Gb Aio:🤍 1Tb name SSD:🤍 EVGA 750Watt PSU:🤍 🤍 Follow Me On Twitter: 🤍 Follow Me On Instagram: 🤍 30% Code for software: ETA Windows 10 Pro OEM Key($15): 🤍 Windows 11 Pro Key($21): 🤍 Windows10 Home Key($14): 🤍 Office 2019 pro key($46): 🤍 Office 2021 pro key($59): 🤍 Equipment I Use: Monitor: Pixio 277 Pro On Amazon: 🤍 Elgato HD60 X Screen Capture Device: 🤍 Tool Kit: 🤍 Camera: 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission at no extra cost to you! Under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education, and research. No Games Are Included Or Added This video and Channel and Video are for viewers 14 years older and up. This video is not made for viewers under the age of 14. Want to send me something? ETAPRIME 12400 Wake Union Church Rd PMB 239 Wake Forest, NC 27587 US THIS VIDEO IS FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY! #linux #etaprime #amd
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The definitive Linux tier list. It will make many upset, but I explain why there are so many pointless distros that score so low on the tier list. Timestamps: 00:00 Debian and Arch 00:50 What are the Tiers 02:20 Alma Rocky Oracle RHEL Centos and Fedora 03:30 Ubuntu 04:20 Alpine Linux 04:55 AntiX 05:20 Arco Linux 06:25 Manjaro 07:30 Artix 08:05 Clear Linux 09:15 Deepin 09:50 KDE Neon 10:15 Elementary OS 11:20 Endeavor and Garuda 11:37 Feren OS 11:55 Gentoo 12:55 Kali Linux 14:00 Parrot 15:00 Kubuntu 16:10 Linux Mint 16:45 Lubuntu 17:10 MX Linux 17:35 NixOS 17:50 PCLinuxOS 18:17 Peppermint 18:30 PopOS 19:45 Puppy Linux 20:20 Slackware 20:55 Solus 21:30 SUSE and OpenSUSE 22:20 Tails and Qubes 23:10 Void Linux 23:30 TinyCore 23:45 Zorin 24:30 Nobara 25:45 What you should look for in a Distribution Support My Work - ►► Get Updates, Launch Announcements and More ➜ 🤍 ►► Chris Titus Tech Digital Downloads ➜ 🤍 ►► Product and Service Recommendations ➜ 🤍 ►► My YouTube Gear and Computers ➜ 🤍 Other Places to Find Me - ►► Titus Tech Talk ➜ 🤍 ►► Titus Tech Gaming ➜ 🤍 ►► Chris Titus Fitness ➜ 🤍 ►► Twitch ➜ 🤍 ►► Twitter ➜ 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This video and description contain affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps supports the channel and allows us to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for your support!
Это первая часть ролика о том что из себя представляет LINUX GAMING в 2023г. В первую очередь информация будет полезна тем кто вообще нечего не знает или не слышал о Linux системах и как там пользователи играют в игры и запускают windows-игры. Так же будет полезно видео тем кто работает больше с северными linux системами и хотел бы кратко и информативно узнать, что нового на дисктопном linux и возможно его пора ставить себе на домашний ПК (уже пора, те теряйте время!) = Таймкоды: 00:00 - Пролог 04:03 - О чем ролик 04:42 - Какие игры есть на Linux 11:30 - Как работает W.I.N.E и PortProton в Linux-системах 26:07 - Игровое железо и открытый драйвер MESA 30:25 - О ноутбуках и драйверах в Linux-системах 34:08 - О проприетарном драйвере Nvidia Во второй части видео (которое выйдет в марте 2023) Я расскажу о следующем: - Полезные утилиты для Linux Gaming - Какую Linux-систему выбрать новичку для игр - Рекомендации по установке первой игровой Linux-системы Смотреть в ВК: 🤍 Смотрите мои стримы на удобной для Вас платформе: 🤍 🤍 🤍 Ссылка на bzu-gmb: 🤍 Ссылка на PortProton(лучший запуск windows игр): 🤍 На случай отключения YouTube, ищите меня: OfficialCommunity[VK]: 🤍 OfficialTelegram: 🤍 Discord group(пока почти не юзаю): 🤍 Игровая Пекарня Моя: ROSA fresh Desktop Gnome 12.3 + bzu-gmb-rosa Kernel 6+ (Xanmod) ASROCK X470 FATAL1TY AMD Ryzen 3600 (3.6-4,2GHz,L3 32Mb,65W,AM4) Samsung 16GB (2x8) DDR4 3200 MHz GPU1: GIGABYTE RX6600 EAGLE 8Gb (mesa 22.3+) GPU2: none GPU3: none Плата захвата: RULLZ 4K Вебкамера: Razer Kiyo Микрофон: MAONO AU-410 USB Проводная Мышь ZET GAMING Overhit черный Мембранная клавиатура Logitech G213 Prodigy Геймпад GameSir T4 Pro Internet: Rostelecom 100Mb/c Игровая пекарня Вероники: ОС: Linux Mint 20.3 + bzu-gmb-unstable Kernel Xanmod 6.1.9.+ Machinist X99-RS9 2011-3 e5-2640v3 (8c/16t, 3.4GHz, L3 20Mb) 16Гб kingstone 2x8Gb) DDR4 1866MHz GPU1: Gigabyte rx6600 8gb Engle (mesa kisak 22.2+) GPU2: none Ноутбук домашний ASUS VivoBook X412DA_R424DA Экран: 14", TN Процессор: AMD Ryzen 3 3200U 2.6ГГц Видеокарта: Vega 3 Память: 12ГБ (4+8) DDR4 Диск: 1024ГБ SSD ОС: ROSA fresh Desktop Gnome 12.3 + bzu-gmb-rosa Цвет: серебристый Ноутбук Рабочий HP 14s-fq1018ur Экран: 14", IPS Процессор: AMD Ryzen 3 5300U 2.6ГГц, Видеокарта: Vega 6(1500МГц, 384 stream cores) Память: 8ГБ (2x4) 3200 МГц Диск: 256ГБ SSD ОС: ROSA fresh Desktop Gnome 12.3 + bzu-gmb-rosa Цвет: серебристый = ЕСЛИ ЕСТЬ ЖЕЛАНИЕ ПОДДЕРЖАТЬ ПРОЕКТ GAMER STATION[on linux]: Однократно: 🤍 Стать ВК ДОНом и выбирать тему стримов: 🤍