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Old 10-26-2014, 04:12 PM   #1
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LXer: Debian/Ubuntu Cross-distro Gaming with Firejail

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I have a dual-boot setup. On one partition I have Debian 7. I spend most of my time here, this is my main Linux desktop. On a different partition I have Ubuntu 14.04. I used to boot into Ubuntu occasionally for playing games or for testing my software on a newer compiler tool chain. Not anymore! My new setup allows me to run programs on Ubuntu partition directly from Debian, without the need to boot back and forth between the two distros.



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