Yup, it's also rpm based.As far as I know SUSE is also rpm based, right? How does OpenSUSE compare with Fedora or CentOS?[...]
Not sure what it means exactly though, since OpenGL 4 already had several revisions up to 4.5, but it's good news in general.Digital Foundry: Any thoughts on SteamOS? You have Last Light on Linux now running on an older OpenGL, but I understand you have a more advanced version in the works...
Oles Shishkovstov: Yes, the original Metro Last Light Linux port was based on OpenGL 3.2 - it was stable but did not support high-end features. For Redux we are essentially replicating the DX11 version, with almost one-to-one correspondence in features. The downside of that approach - the GPU should be at least OpenGL 4 'core profile'.
:yes It is too late to stifle my hopes and dreams :yesThe game uses the developers in-house Chrome Engine which they are currently making a "next-gen" version of, so it is possible Chrome Engine 6 will be including a Linux port and that Dead Island is being updated to it.
Well that or they are adding it into Chrome Engine 5 which brings the possibility of more games to come that use it like Dead Island: Riptide, Call of Juarez: The Cartel and Call of Juarez: Gunslinger. I'm not saying any will though, so let's not jump to conclusions.
apt-get install exult
[wherever you extracted]/app/ULTIMA7
[wherever you extracted]/app/SERPENT
So you aren't going to wait for 14nm Broadwells to come out for desktops?I might be upgrading my computer soon and found some interesting motherboards.
Yeah, I've red somewhere about MSI making such labels. I hope it's more than a marketing move and they actually take care of testing it well on Linux especially with stuff like UEFI boot and so on.One of them is the MSI Z97 Gaming 5 (LGA 1150) which not only looks very impressive technically and aesthetically, but also features "Steam OS support out of the box".