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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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Booting Linux In Just One Second

Phoronix: Booting Linux in one second can be useful for automotive applications -- among other scenarios -- greater energy savings rather than dealing with suspending the system, and more.

Vinux Enhances Productivity for Visually Impaired Users

LinuxInsider: Vinux 5.0 is a striking example of the flexibility and usability of the Linux OS.

Cipher Security: How to harden TLS and SSH

LinuxJournal: Encryption and secure communications are critical to our life on the Internet

Why ChromeOS Tops Linux, Mac and Windows

 Datamation: ChromeOS has a varied set of advantages in relation to the Linux, Mac and Windows OSes.

Home security gateway runs Linux, features glowing orb

 LinuxGizmos: Dojo-Labs announced a Linux-based "Dojo" home security gateway that notifies users of security threats via a mobile app and a glowing orb.

Generate CPU, Memory & I/O report using SAR command

 LinuxTechi: SAR stands for System Activity Report, as its name suggest sar command is used to collect,report & save CPU, Memory, I/O usage in Unix like operating system.

Spiraling head first into open source Jono Bacon, Director of Community at GitHub, shares how he got started in Linux and open source.

A Review Of Linux Lite 2.6

 EveryDayLinuxUser: Linux Lite competes for the same users as Linux Mint, Zorin Lite and Xubuntu.

Creator Ci40 SBC runs OpenWRT, Debian, Brillo on dual-core MIPS

LinuxGizmos: Imagination revealed an IoT-focused "Creator Ci40" SBC that runs OpenWRT, Debian, and Brillo on a dual-core MIPS CPU, and offers Raspberry Pi and MikroBus Click expansion. Latest Articles

Storm United FPS major patch released, better Linux performance

Tags:Steam,FPS,Early Access,ActionStorm United is easily one of my favourite up and coming FPS games, it needs more players so get going people. In…

The New Crimson AMD Driver Tested on R7 370 4G

Tags:Hardware,BenchmarkThe new proprietary AMD GPU Driver named Crimson just shipped and I decided to take it for a spin in a set of benchmarks. So,…

Syber discounted their Steam Machine line and most are now sold out

Tags:Hardware,Editorial Well now, Syber discounted their Steam Machine line (all three models), and now all but the highest price machine are sold…

Leak: AMD's new driver will apparently offer much better performance on Linux

Tags:Hardware,EditorialIt seems a leak (the rest is very Windows focused) from slides showing off AMD Crimson is reporting much better Linux…

GOL Asks: What have you been playing on Linux & SteamOS recently?

Tags:EditorialIt's time for another edition of "GOL Asks", and today I am asking about games you have been playing and loving or hating recently. I…

Epistory - Typing Chronicles, an atmospheric action/adventure game now on Linux & big update

Tags:Action,Adventure,Early Access,Indie Game,RPG I previously mentioned that the seriously cool looking Epistory - Typing Chronicles would come to…

Thea: The Awakening, a turned-based strategic survival game being given away for Linux

Tags:Steam,Strategy,Survival This is unusual, the developers of a turned-based strategic survival game named Thea: The Awakening are giving away…

Cardinal Quest 2, a no-fuss roguelike now on SteamOS & Linux, some thoughts

Tags:Steam,Roguelike,RPG,Indie Game I've been looking forward to Cardinal Quest 2 ever since I tried the original, and after a very long wait it has…

The Funding Crowd interviews president of Frogdice

Tags:MMO,Interview,CrowdfundingThe Funding Crowd has been following the progress of Stash: No Loot Left behind for a little over a year now. In this…

The Funding Crowd 53, the latest in Linux crowdfunding news

Tags:Editorial,CrowdfundingA new issue of The Funding Crowd is available, and we have a bunch of new and exciting hidden gems to cover. There were no…

GALAK-Z might be my new favourite space shooter on SteamOS & Linux

Tags:Steam,Initial Thoughts,Indie Game,Arcade,Action I recently announced that GALAK-Z had released for SteamOS & Linux, but I've now properly…

Hard West, a weird-western strategy game released for Linux & SteamOS, some initial thoughts

Tags:Strategy,Steam,Initial Thoughts Hard West is a game I've been really looking forward to, as it blends XCOM style strategy with a really…

Sheltered, survive the apocalypse in this disaster management game on SteamOS & Linux

Tags:Survival,Steam,Simulation,Early Access I've been meaning to try out Sheltered for a while, and this Sunday I decided to sit down and give it a…

StarDrive 2, the rather good 4x space strategy game is now on Unity 5

Tags:Strategy,Steam I pretty much fell in love with StarDrive 2 for being so much like an updated Master of Orion 2, and now it has been given a…

Steampunk puzzler Steamroll available for SteamOS & Linux in Steam Early Access

Tags:Strategy,Steam,Puzzle,Initial Thoughts,Early AccessThe Unreal Engine 4 powered 3D puzzle game with elements of mini golf is now officially…