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Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night Drops Support for Mac and Linux

Castlevania‘s spiritual successor Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is no longer scheduled for release on Mac or Linux operating systems. In Update #76 of the title’s massively successful Kickstarter campaign, Iga (Koji Igarashi) made the announcement, stating the following: “Bloodstained will no longer be supported on Mac and Linux. We have made this tough …

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Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night Game Cancels Support for Linux, Mac – News

The Kickstarter page for Koji Igarashi’s Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night game revealed on Friday that the game will no longer be supported on Mac and Linux. Jason Ryan, community manager for 505 Games, explained in the post: “We have made this tough decision due to challenges of supporting middleware …

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NXP PowerPC Processors Finally Being Mitigated Against Spectre V2 With Linux 4.21

Nearly one year after the Spectre vulnerabilities were first published, Freescale/NXP PowerPC processors are being mitigated against Spectre Variant Two with the in-development Linux 4.21 kernel. Queued for merging into Linux 4.21 is the Spectre V2 mitigation for these NXP PowerPC Book3E processors. Their approach is to flush the branch …

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Bloodstained drops support for Mac and Linux, apologizes to backers

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, the side scrolling action game from former Castlevania producer Koji Igarashi, will no longer support Mac or Linux. The news comes shortly after the cancellation of the version for PlayStation Vita, a delay into 2019, and the addition of resources from Shantae series developers WayForward. …

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Chrome OS To Test GPU Support for Linux Installed Apps, antiX Distro v17.3, OpenMandriva Project vLx4.0, Hummingboard CBi Released

It seems that Chrome OS will soon start testing GPU support for Linux installed applications. This is good news for those who wish to run applications that require a bit more horsepower (e.g. games). You can view the code commits to these changes here. Yesterday, the antiX Linux distribution announced …

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