Max Gaming is running a kickstarter campaign to fund the port of the Torque2D MIT game engine to Android. Multi-platform support is more and more a requirement these days, especially for a 2D engine geared at developing casual indie games.
Max Gaming pledged also that they will work on the Linux version of this engine. That isn’t such a bad idea, as Android is in its core Linux-based, so both systems should be similar in their core.
Have a look at the Kickstarter campaign, pledge generously and get your friends to do as well! There is still a long way to go.
Wanneer je de installatie van Skype doet via het pakket dat op de Linux pagina van Skype wordt aangeboden, weigert Skype na installatie te starten. Als je kijkt naar de command line, krijg je volgende foutmelding:
Het huidige nummer van Linux magazine (#111) bevat een artikel over hoe onderzoekers Blender 3D gebruiken om te berekenen en te simuleren wat er gebeurt met het zand wanneer je over een strand loopt. Dit toont de extreme flexibiliteit aan van Blender, en geeft ook aan dat die mogelijkheden meer en meer worden geapprecieerd door de academische wereld.
Dit academisch gebruik wordt ook elke keer duidelijk in de verf gezet op de Blender conferences, waar elk jaar meer en meer indrukwekkende en interessante onderzoeken worden voorgesteld.
A few days ago, there was a newly released version of the OpenSuSE kernel available in my update list. After download and installation, my bcm4306 wifi adapter was finding multiple broadcasted signals with associated networks. Sadly, it seems that encryption support isn’t yet working in this configuration, as I can’t seem to connect with my secured network at home.
The first episode of Penny Arcade passed my attention without being noticed, which is a shame. I guess I had a period of less exposure to internet, and was preoccupied with work-related stuff. This time however, I noticed the availability of a Linux version for the second episode of Penny Arcade : the Rain-slick precipise of Darkness, and decided to check it out.
I’ve been trying for several days on and off now, to get the previously working Wifi under OpenSuSE to work, now that I installed the new-and-shiny 11.0. I’ve had some success in the past days, but none of those efforts were reproducable i.e. I couldn’t repeat the actions it seems were needed to get a connection.
On the OpenSuSE forums, it seems there is a bug in the firmware of the Broadcom Wifi Chipset 4306, which fortunately can be fixed. I’ll keep you updated on that. If this should work, that means one of the most difficult things remaining during an installation of a new linux finally will be fixed with native software (bc43 driver instead of a hand-configured ndiswrapper). I’m looking forward to the next installation 🙂