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 luisbraganca
319xp

Last login: 2015-06-01 22:46:50
 


 Portugal
Debian
LMDE
Biography:
  • Software Engineer.
  • Linux Mint 17.1 Cinnamon user.
  • Always willing to learn new stuff and doing research (mostly tech related subjects).
Friends:

lib2know (2277xp)
Ideas:
Tutorials:
Hardware:
i5 3230M
Intel CPU, Works perfectly on Rebecca
710M (Optimus)
Nvidia GPU, Works fine with some minor problems on Rebecca
Qualcomm
Atheros Wireless LAN, Works perfectly on Rebecca
Favorite software:
cheese
"The best webcam program on linux (just ignore the screenshot provided by mint, cheese it's really awesome)"
supertux
"It's a classic."
wireshark
"Very interesting. It requires some knowledge and time spent watching tutorials."
mintupdate
"Really helpful and time saver, it even allows to update the kernel."
openshot
"Works fine and it's really easy to use (reminds me of win xp's movie maker, way better than seven's movie maker)."
deluge
"Fast and Simple"
audacity
"User friendly GUI. Every user looks like an audio expert, nice piece. It's really easy to understand."
evince
"The best .pdf reader on linux"
gufw
"Really helpful"
ttf-mscorefonts-installer
"Microsoft should install Linux fonts, not Linux installing Microsoft fonts. But oh well... It works fine."
gedit
"Who needs notepad++"
netbeans
"Definitely the best Java IDE. But needs to be updated. I'm using the original netbeans because it's on 8.0.2 version and this is 7.0.1"
clementine
"Best music player on linux. If I select 3 files (.mp3, .pdf, .png) and open them, this is the only music player that ignores the .png and the .pdf and just opens the .mp3 file."
inkscape
"Best vector drawing program on linux"
gimp
"I actually prefer GIMP over photoshop, and the best thing is that it's free"
gparted
"Best tool for partition management"
vlc
"Best multimedia player on linux mint"
redeclipse
"Best FPS on mint"