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Nvidia released PhysX source code under BSD-3 license

Nvidia released PhysX source code
PhysX is an open source real-time physics engine SDK (software development kit). The PhysX engine and SDK are available free for:

  1. Linux
  2. Sony PlayStation 2/3/4
  3. Xbox 360
  4. Xbox One
  5. Windows
  6. Wii
  7. iOS
  8. Android
  9. macOS

PhysX SDK supports a wide range of devices, from smart mobile phones to high-end multicore CPUs and GPUs. Nvidia made the source code for PhysX available on GitHub, but required registration at
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OpenSource Workflows and Zebra Barcode Printers

Rolled-labels for direct thermal printing with Zebra Technology’s desktop printers and open source software provide a flexible and inexpensive solution for people having to do order fulfillment on a small scale. This page list a few open source libraries for sending data to Zebra Technology printers to set your workflow up with a script or small webapp.
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Excellent Free Roguelike Games For Linux

Roguelike is a subgenre of role-playing video games. It is define by a dungeon crawl through procedurally generated game levels, turn-based gameplay, tile-based graphics, and permanent death of the player-character. Most roguelikes are based on a high fantasy narrative, reflecting their influence from tabletop role-playing games such as Dungeons & Dragons.
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Download of the day: Minimal Linux Live

Minimal Linux Live is a tiny educational Linux distribution, which is designed to be built from scratch by using a collection of automated shell scripts. Minimal Linux Live offers a core environment with just the Linux kernelGNU C library and BusyBox userland utilities. Additional software can be included in the ISO image at build time by using a well-documented configuration file. Minimal Linux Live can be downloaded as a pre-built image, built from scratch or run in a web browser by using a JavaScript PC emulator.
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Collection of Linux tutorials for 18/Jan/2018

Some how Linux howtos, guides and news from the Open Source world for you: