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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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The importance of face to face in the open source world In his latest Six Degrees column, Jono Bacon discusses the intangible value of meeting in person.

GNOME Software Is Getting a New Rating System with Kudos

 softpedia: The GNOME developers are preparing to reintroduce a rating system for GNOME Software, but nothing as simple as the old one.

8 Useful Commands to Monitor Swap Space Usage in Linux

 tecmint: Memory management is an essential aspect of every System Administrator to improve the performance of a Linux system.

You'll soon be able to run Windows programs on select Android devices thanks to WINE

 wine-reviews: While most Linux purists prefer to stick to programs natively designed to run on their favorite distros, there are times when a user runs into a wall.

TI "Processor SDK" initially targets Sitara with Yocto and U-Boot

 LinuxGizmos: TI has launched a "Processor SDK" based on a mainline LTS Linux kernel, U-Boot, a Yocto file system and Linaro tool chain, initially covering Sitara SoCs.

OpenStack Murano Evolving as an On Ramp for Cloud Apps

ServerWatch: The OpenStack Murano app catalog project is continuing to grow and evolve, led by the continued effort and support of Mirantis.

5 Things To Do Right After Installing Ubuntu

MakeUseOf: You’ll need to install some video codecs, if only to enable DVD playback.

BakAndImgCD 14.0 Distrolette Released for All Your Disk Imaging and Backup Needs

Based on 4MLinux Backup Scripts 14.0, the BakAndImgCD 14.0 Live CD comes with the Partimage, Partclone, and GNU ddrescue tools

IBM chases Intel with new Power-based Linux servers sold over the Web

 ITworld: IBM is gunning for a slice of Intel's x86 server chip business with a new family of Power systems that run Linux and will be sold directly to customers over the Web. Latest Articles

Our Linux Game Release Calendar Has Been Slightly Revamped

Tags:Editorial,Site InfoJust a heads up Linux gamers, our release calendar has been updated. It will no longer spam the entire year out to you when…

Murder Miners FPS Is Being Ported To Linux By Ethan Lee, Looks Like Fun

Tags:Action,Coming Soon,FPS,SteamMurder Miners is a highly rated indie first-person shooter, and it has been confirmed by the developers and porter…

Buying Linux Games From Cheap Bundle Websites & Stores, Some Important Information

Tags:Game Sale,Game Bundle,EditorialSince I see a lot of confusion about where to buy Linux games from, I decided to write up some information for…

Linux Prototype Available For Platformer RPG Indivisible From Skullgirls Developer

Tags:RPG,Demo,Crowdfunding,Adventure,ActionSkullgirls developer Lab Zero Games has released the Linux prototype for Indivisible and are still seeking…

Victor Vran: Cauldron Of Chaos Dungeon Free DLC Released

Tags:Action,DLC,RPG,Steam Good lord I love Haemimont Games and Victor Vran. Another free DLC has been released, and this time it offers a fresh…

Shutshimi, A Randomized Shoot'em Up About A Muscle-bound Fish

Tags:Action,Arcade,Initial Thoughts,Steam The description of Shutshimi was too hilarious to pass up, so I decided to take a look at this recent Linux…

Brigador, The Isometric Action Game With Destructible Environments Will Enter Early Access On October 16th

Tags:Action,Coming Soon,Early Access,SteamBrigador has me seriously excited, it's an isometric action game with fully destructible environments and…

Firewatch, The Stunning First-person Adventure Game To Release On 9th February 2016 For Linux

Tags:Steam,Coming Soon,AdventureFirewatch has me excited, as it seems to offer an interesting story and some quite striking visuals. Anyone else…

The Funding Crowd 51

Tags:Editorial,CrowdfundingWelcome to issue 51 of The Funding Crowd, where we have as many as three biggies and a bunch of exciting hidden gems to…

CRYPTARK Is A Really Quite Good Sci-fi Roguelike Shooter In Early Access For Linux, Some Thoughts

Tags:Steam,Initial Thoughts,Early Access,ActionNice voice acting? Check. Nice graphics? Check. Massive lasers trying to destroy me? Crap. I've found…

Broforce Will Launch On Linux With The Full Release On 15th October

Tags:Steam,Platformer,Coming Soon,ActionBroforce the massively popular action game will come to Linux with the official release on the 15th of…

Explore & Shape Planets In The Gorgeous ASTRONEER, Coming To Linux

Tags:Unreal Engine,Sandbox,Coming Soon,AdventureASTRONEER was quite a surprise to see sent in, and it looks fantastic. You are an astronaut exploring…

Not A Hero & Little Inferno Now Available DRM Free On GOG

Tags:GOGHeads up GOG fans, Not A Hero and Little Inferno are both now available on GOG. If you have been holding out for either, now's the time.About…

InfiniTrap, A Hardcore 2D Maze Game Made On Linux, We Have Keys For You

Tags:Puzzle,Platformer,,Indie GameThe developer of InfiniTrap has sent in a few keys for us to giveaway, it's interesting because it's made on…

Have You Tried Tanks Of Freedom? An Open Source Strategy Game

Tags:Open Source,Strategy We have covered Tanks of Freedom before, but this open source strategy game has changed quite a bit since the initial…