I’ve said in other videos that Linux is the best platform for gaming–and I stand by that. But many articles and benchmarks have shown that some games don’t work as well on Linux as they do on Windows. I think we should explore this. Hi, I’m The Linux Gamer. Let’s explore why Linux Gaming Performance
Alright. I’m gonna declare war on America. Don’t you dare declare war on me, son. Abraham Lincoln? Lincoln? No. I’m T. R. Huh? Teddy Roosevelt. Lincoln did not have this distinguished mustache. Don’t try to pretend like you’re not Abraham Lincoln. I’m declaring war on you. Much like J.P. Morgan and the railroad tycoons, you’ll
Hey, everybody, i’m gardner the linux gamer and welcome to episode 2 of linux literate last time we covered the basics of your home directory now, we’ll talk about how drives are added to your computer which is also known as mounting when you click on one of these devices over here on the left
Hey everybody, I’m Gardiner The Linux Gamer. And welcome to Linux Literate: it’s a new video series I want to try out. I get asked all the time about Linux-specific issues. New users who are familiar with the Windows way of fighting against your computer they have a tons of questions: How to use the
There‘ve been a ton of people in the comments asking me about how to install Steam and enable Steam Play, so I figured I’d dedicate an episode towards just that! Hi, I’m Gardiner and welcome to another episode of Linux Literate! While installing Steam is generally pretty pretty easy, I’ll say this straight up: you’ll
Hey everybody, I‘m Gardiner, The Linux Gamer, and welcome to another episode of Linux Literate. A series where I dive into an aspect of Linux or other open source topics and help explain them in an easy-to-understand format. Today’s topic: What even is Vulkan and how does it benefit Linux gaming? Graphics programming is hard.
Last week I showed you the physical portion of my video production workflow today. I’ll cover the software I use to produce them Hi I’m Gardner the Linux gamer and here’s part 2 of my Linux video production workflow the first thing I do is take the SD cards and copy all the files I