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If you are using Minecraft, it is far better to stream using the built-in Twitch streamer. You can find settings for this by going into the Streaming settings by entering the Pause menu and selecting the Options menu. In this, you will see a Streaming Settings button. Click that. Also note that you need to link your Mojang account to your Twitch account by ...
OBS-studio is slowly getting usable on Linux, but only if you have Nvidia graphics. I'm not sure about the Optimus graphics that typically inhabit laptops. Another option is Simple Screen Recorder. It requires some finagling in Pulseaudio to have both game audio and voice on the stream, but it can be fairly well automated with a shell script. Laptops are ...
When your friends try and login your router doesn't know where to direct the traffic so it just sends back a no response. To fix this you need to forward the port number used by your Minecraft server to your computers internal ip address. Open your router home page (can usually be accessed by entering 192.168.0.1 into your browsers address bar) then look ...
TF2 should have native controller support, at least it does on Windows. Try configure your controller in Steams BigPicture mode, that makes controllers work in most modern games or at least SDL2 based ones. As for games that can't be made to work that way, try QtSixA.
somehow following these instructions solved my problem: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nSEWrm9djGA but the kernel issue is still a mystery.
Yes, it is the same, sorta. With Ubuntu, you can usually right click a mod.jar file and go to properties. Navigate to the permissions tab, and make sure "Allow executing file as program" is checked. Then run it with java runtime by right clicking and selecting "Open with OpenJDK" (These are the steps I used to install optifine, but the principle is the same ...
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