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SeaMonkey - More than a Web Browser


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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Setting Up Real-Time Monitoring with Ganglia for Grids and Clusters of Linux Servers

Ganglia, a monitoring system that is easily scalable and allows to view a wide variety of system metrics of Linux servers and clusters (plus graphs) in real time.

Nmap 7.31 Security Scanner Updates Npcap with Raw 802.11 Wi-Fi Capture Support

New features in Nmap 7.31 include Npcap 0.10r9, which has been upgraded from version 0.10r2

How to Install Rocket.Chat Server with Nginx on Ubuntu 16.04

Rocket.Chat is a free and open source online chat solution for team communication, it allows you to build your own slack like online chat.

Gene Kim shares insights from his new book and the upcoming DevOps Enterprise Summit

Author Gene Kim discusses the role of the IT leader in a DevOps transformation.

SafeEyes - An Useful Linux Utility That Prevents Eye Strain

SafeEyes is a simple Linux utility that protect you from Eye Strain by reminding or forcing you to take breaks after a particular period of time.

Critical account creation flaws patched in popular Joomla CMS

The flaws are serious enough that the Joomla project released a prenotification about the planned update on Friday

How To Setup A WiFi Network In Arch Linux Using Terminal???

If you're using Linux distro other than Arch CLI then it's one of the toughest tasks to setup WiFi on Arch Linux using terminal.

How to Check Bad Sectors or Bad Blocks on Hard Disk in Linux

in this article, we will go through the necessary steps that can enable you determine the presence or absence of bad sectors on your Linux disk drive or flash memory using certain disk scanning utilities.

OpenStack Adoption and Revenues on the Rise

One thing you can count on at the semiannual OpenStack Summits are new studies and reports about OpenStack. Latest Articles

Looking to capture gameplay from one Linux PC on another, what should I be getting?

Tags:HardwareSomething I have been noticing recently is that a lot of games performance dips when you try to record them on Linux, so I am wanting a…

Streets of Rogue, the awesome RPG rogue-like mega-game is going to support online co-op

Tags:Demo,Free Game,Indie Game,Roguelike,RPG,Sandbox,Unity3DStreets of Rogue [Official Site] is already an extremely cool game, but now it's about to…

Desura, IndieRoyale and DailyRoyale now have new owners who plan to revive them

Tags:Desura,EditorialLooks like Desura is going to make a comeback sometime soon, as the new owners OnePlay have announced they have acquired it.…

Looks like Mojang will be supporting the new Minecraft launcher on Linux

Tags:EditorialGood news Minecraft [Official Site] fans! Mojang seem to have changed their minds on Linux support for the new Minecraft launcher they…

'The Wardrobe', a point & click adventure game release date announced, with day-1 Linux support

Tags:Adventure,Indie Game,Point & Click,Steam Point & Click adventure game 'The Wardrobe' [Official Site] to release with day-1 Linux support…

Classic platformer 'Titus the Fox: To Marrakech and Back' now has a Linux version on GOG

Tags:Action,DRM Free,GOG,Platformer,Retro,DOSBox 'Titus the Fox: To Marrakech and Back' [GOG], a platformer from 1992 that was originally released…

2D Tactical RPG 'Dungeon Rushers' is a game you may want to give a look at, demo available

Tags:Demo,Dungeon Crawler,Indie Game,RPG,Steam,StrategyDungeon Rushers was already covered in this previous GOL article, and it has moved to a full…

Human: Fall Flat released DRM free on GOG, a physics-based 3D puzzler

Tags:Indie Game,GOG,Initial Thoughts,Puzzle Human: Fall Flat [GOG, Official Site] was released on Steam back in July, but it now has a fresh DRM free…

Cities: Skylines - Natural Disasters now has an in-game trailer

Tags:Coming Soon,DLC,Simulation,SteamCities: Skylines - Natural Disasters [Official Site] is the next DLC for the city building simulation Cities:…

'Tether' a very promising UE4 first-person adventure game will be coming to Linux

Tags:Adventure,Coming Soon,Horror,Indie Game,Steam,Teaser,Unreal Engine,Video It's not often a trailer leaves me begging for more, but 'Tether'…

If you're in the mood for a decent Zombie survival game, don't pass up on Project Zomboid

Tags:Sandbox,Simulation,RPG,Steam,GOG,Early Access,Survival,Initial Thoughts Project Zomboid [Steam, GOG, Official Site] is the rather good sandbox…

Aspyr Media are reminding Linux gamers not to give up hope on Civilization VI

Tags:Aspyr MediaAspyr Media sent out a tweet today for Linux gamers stating that Civilization VI [Steam] for Linux is still possible. This is a good…

Feral Interactive will be livestreaming Deus Ex: Mankind Divided on Linux at 5PM UTC on Thursday

Tags:Coming Soon,Feral Interactive,LivestreamThis Thursday at 5PM UTC, Feral Interactive will be livestreaming the Linux port of Deus Ex: Mankind…

'A Quiver of Crows', a twin-stick shooter set in a grim world has day-1 Linux support

Tags:Initial Thoughts,Action,Steam,Indie Game I've followed 'A Quiver of Crows' [Steam, Official Site] for a while waiting for the release of this…

SIEGE, a strategic single-player card game released for Linux

Tags:Card Game,Strategy,Steam,Indie Game SIEGE [Steam], a strategic single-player card game recently released for Linux. I love card-based combat…