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Zelox 21 Jun

just found an interesting streaming service. Could be an awesome option for those who love stadia.
https://shadow.tech/gben

Shmerl 21 Jun

H.265 is a suspect already. Does it run Linux?

damarrin 22 Jun

Why would it?

Shmerl 22 Jun

For the same reason Stadia does? Not depend and pay anything to MS.

RafiLinux 22 Jun

I'm looking into PSNow. Virtua 5 is a game I never played ever and I have a few friends interested in it. Currently, I'm using Stadia to play MK11 with friends.

Zelox 23 Jun

Quoting: ShmerlH.265 is a suspect already. Does it run Linux?

It runs on Linux, Ubuntu 18.04, it doesn't show on the front page,check downloads.

Last edited by Zelox on 23 June 2020 at 2:17 am UTC

Shmerl 23 Jun

Quoting: ZeloxIt runs on Linux, Ubuntu 18.04, it doesn't show on the front page

Interesting. So it also only runs Linux games or they are using Wine as well?

Zelox 23 Jun

Well the client u need support Linux. So you can stream to a Linux machine. But the computer you rent seems to be windows I'm afraid. So it's not like stadia, where the games run on debain

Shmerl 23 Jun

Quoting: ZeloxWell the client u need support Linux. So you can stream to a Linux machine. But the computer you rent seems to be windows I'm afraid. So it's not like stadia, where the games run on debain

Didn't you say it runs Linux (Ubuntu)? Or it's Windows after all? If it runs on Windows, then it's just another Windows gaming service.

Last edited by Shmerl on 23 June 2020 at 2:28 am UTC

Zelox 23 Jun

Think you miss understood me. Could be my English also. It runs on Linux, I ment the client. The pc you rent seems to be windows 10. So the game you play runs on windows and you can stream to almost any device, Linux included, "it runs on Linux".

Shmerl 23 Jun

I got it. So it's just another remote Windows renting, like Geforce Now and others. Not much better than dual booting or running Windows in VM locally really. I don't consider it Linux gaming.

Last edited by Shmerl on 23 June 2020 at 2:36 am UTC

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