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Social browser Rockmelt is coming to Linux – just not yet

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Rockmelt, the much hyped social web browser famously backed by by Netscape founder Marc Andreessen, is heading to Linux – only not just yet.

Earlier today I asked the Rockmelt team what the plans were on a Linux build and got a response. Whilst they said there is ‘no date set for a Linux release’ they do ‘hope to be able to have one in the near future.’

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