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    Linux Slots

    It used to be that online video slots compatible with Linux operating systems were virtually impossible to find. Likewise, online poker sites almost never offered a downloadable Linux client. However, most casinos these days have moved on from the bulky downloadable software of yesteryear and now offer the option to play slots via any web browser that supports Flash. As a result, the majority of online casinos can now be played on all Linux platforms, meaning that the likes of Ubuntu slots, Mandrake slots and Red Hat slots are available to users of Linux without the need for any emulators.

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    No need to download

    As mentioned above, Linux users still cannot play downloaded versions of slots, because developers are not making downloadable software for the operating system. Instead, users of Linux platforms must access online casinos through the Flash version of the site. Flash versions of games are increasing in popularity even among PC and Mac users, mainly because no download is required to play.

    However, the majority of online slots are now web-based, and hardly any online casino software providers require a download. Also, banking transactions, bonuses and game features are the exact same regardless of whether you use the download or instant play version.

    Which browser is best to use?

    The truth is pretty much all browsers will work well when playing slots for Linux so long as they support Flash. Some casinos are now using HTML5 games, though this is not an issue as it's supported by all major web browsers. The most popular browsers in no particular order are:

    Future outlook

    Because Linux has a smaller user base than Windows and Mac OS, it's unlikely that casino software companies will begin to cater specifically to Linux users any time soon. Luckily, I am yet to find a slot that does not work in the browsers listed above. As such, Linux users are spoilt for choice and will have no problem finding a site where they can play slots for free or real money.