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SeaMonkey - More than a Web Browser

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If you're anything like me, you may have thought or assumed that SeaMonkey was just a web browser; perhaps just a rebranded Firefox like Iceweasel. But it is in fact much more and has the name "all-in-one internet application suite" for a reason. SeaMonkey is free and open-source and is a…

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Automotive Grade Linux Adds Industry Partners for Open Source Cars

 The VAR Guy: The Automotive Grade Linux project, which is sponsored by the Linux Foundation, has added partners in its effort to build an open source, Linux-based platform for cars and other automobiles.

Do I need OpenStack if I use Docker?

 OpenSource.com: Docker has broken a record in the speed in which it moved from being a disruptive technology to a commodity.

Google's Eric Schmidt helped inspire Raspberry Pi Model A+ price cut, says its creator Eben Upton

 Raspberry Pi Today: I had a great conversation with [Google boss] Eric Schmidt last year when Google gave us a large donation to help us distribute Raspberry Pis to school children," said founder of the Raspberry Pi Foundation.

How to create dialog boxes in an interactive shell script

 xmodulo: When you install new software in the terminal environment, you may often see informative dialog boxes popping up, accepting your input.

How to Easily Install Ubuntu on Chromebook with Crouton

Linux.com: I love Chromebooks not only because they run the Linux-based operating system Chrome OS, but also because they are inexpensive and the app ecosystem around the OS is evolving rapidly

How to visualize memory usage on Linux

 xmodulo: Lack of sufficient physical memory can significantly hamper the performance of Linux desktop and server environments.

Synchronize Your Life with ownCloud

LinuxJournal: The ownCloud system has a calendar, address book, task manager, bookmark manager and file manager, among other features.

Debian general resolution against systemd coupling fails, sponsor steps down

 NetworkWorld: Debian developers voted down a proposal on systemD

How SanDisk is Becoming an Open Source Player

Linux.com: Earlier this year SanDisk committed to becoming an open source player, created an open source strategy office and joined the Linux Foundation

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Red Awakening, A First Person Action/Horror Game May Be Coming To Linux

Red Awakening, the First Person Action/Horror game by the guys over at Domino Effect, may be coming to Linux. The developer confirmed this is a real possibility in an email.

Aspyr Media Have A New Blog Post On Porting Civilization: Beyond Earth To Linux

Another blog post from Aspyr Media has surfaced about their porting efforts on Civilization: Beyond Earth, and the news is looking good.

TinyKeep Dungeon Crawler Linux Version Released, It's Good

In TinyKeep players will embrace the role of a hopeless prisoner held deep in a forgotten dungeon who one day wakes up to find themselves mysteriously released.

The Darksiders Linux Port Has Switched Hands

Leszek Godlewski announced on Twitter that he will be leaving the Linux porting business, but the news isn't that bad. One of the original coders is taking over the Linux port of Darksiders.

Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions Confirmed For Linux

Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions is the next in line of the crazy neon coloured action game. The new version has been confirmed for Linux too! We even managed to find out who is doing the port!

Monkey Island Creator Ron Gilbert Is Making A New Point-And-Click Adventure Game

The creators of the classic point-and-click adventure game Maniac Mansion, Ron Gilbert and Gary Winnick, have launched a campaign on Kickstarter to crowd-fund a spiritual successor to Maniac Mansion and Monkey Island.

Daedalic Releases Goodbye Deponia On Linux

Daedalic Entertainment have released the third and final standalone part of the Deponia Trilogy which have seen Linux releases over the last few months.

This War Of Mine Is Bleak, Interesting & Difficult, Our Thoughts

This War of Mine is a really interesting take on the survival genre, and it's very bleak all the way through.

Legend Of Grimrock 2 On Linux Is Uncertain

I have been really looking forward to playing Legend of Grimrock 2 soon. Unfortunately, the game is not available for Linux yet, and as it seems it's not certain whether we will see it on Linux at all.

The Funding Crowd 39

Welcome to TFC#39! Back to a fortnightly schedule and that timing turned out to be super important! Why? Read this new issue if you want to find out.

Goat Simulator The MMO, Coming Soon, You Have Goat To Be Kidding Me

Goat Simulator was funny that's for sure, but does it really need a free MMO addon? Whatever floats your goat...

Goofy Arena Shooter 'Square Heroes' Released For Linux

The light-hearted arena shooter from Australian developer Gnomic Studios released for Windows on Desura last month. Last week it was made available for Linux and user reviews so far are quite good.

Space Hulk Ascension Strategy Released For Linux

Space Hulk Ascension is the standalone sequel to Space Hulk and promises a much better experience. The reviews are great so far, so it looks like it paid off.

Kyle Pittman From Minor Key Games Talks About Low Linux Sales, And More

Kyle Pittman From Minor Key Games who created Super Win The Game has done a blog post on Gamasutra about their games, and it shows more poor reception from Linux gamers.

Ultimate General: Gettysburg, A Tactical Battle Simulator, Released For Linux With A Big Patch

Ultimate General: Gettysburg is a Tactical Battle Simulator that has just been released for Linux. Not only does it look good, but the reviews are good too!