The master guide to playing Fable TLC on Linux

Includes cutscenes and modding!


published 08/20/17

updated 01/20/18

Update 01/20/18 - This no longer works. I'll probably look into it again in the future as Fable TLC still stands as, probably, my favourite game of all time. I'll update this article again if and when I get it working again.

I have TLC through Steam, but there's no reason this guide shouldn't work for people who don't. I'm also on Manjaro, which is an Arch-based distribution. It's been a while since I've been on an Ubuntu-based distro and I've...


Vivaldi is not open source,

but you can read its source.


published: 05/31/17

last updated: 06/12/18

I'll be honest: I actually wrote this on Reddit, but it's something I'd like to be able to reference easily in the future because this topic comes up relatively frequently when someone mentions Vivaldi, so I'm putting it on my website as well.

You can't build Vivaldi yourself from source because Vivaldi isn't open source. Part of it is, specifically, the changes the Vivaldi devs make to Chromium are...


Adjusting flags for better optimization in Vivaldi

(and other Chromium browsers)


published 05/07/17

updated 06/12/18

Chromium eats ram like fire consumes oxygen, and Vivaldi is built on Chromium. Of course most users hover around a few specific sites, therefore don't often require more than a single tab or two, and don't typically notice the drain on their system. And who cares that your browser is using 2GB of ram with only two or three open tabs when computers are coming with 8GB of ram now'days? Most users hardly run anything but...