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Winepak – Abstraction done (almost) right

The┬áconcept of running Windows software on top of Linux is a tricky one. First, it defies the intended usage. Second, it requires some significant digital acrobatics in order to marry two incompatible layers, the Linux system and Windows applications. Over the years, the primary effort trying to reconcile the almost impossible yet tantalizing wedlock has…

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Flatpak – St. Distro’s Package

The word best used to describe Linux is variety. That, or fragmentation. Whichever part of the desktop system you choose, from the environment to the text editor to the underlying software packaging mechanism, there’s always a huge number of options. Alas, plenty != choice. In fact, most of the subsystems are incompatible with one another,…

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