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 asderceder
580xp

Last login: 2016-01-27 18:05:05
 


Xfce fanboy
 Germany
Rafaela
Xfce Edition
Biography:

Supramolecular chemist. On my private machine I currently run Xubuntu 15.10 after running Linux Mint 17.x Xfce for a while. At university I use Ubuntu 10.04.4, and remotely Debian and Scientific Linux.

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Hardware:
RC730-S08
Samsung 17.3" Laptop With Core i7, Works partially on Debian
RC730-S08
Samsung 17.3" Laptop With Core i7, Works perfectly on Rafaela
HD103SI
Samsung External HDD, Works perfectly on Rebecca
WD3200BEVT
Western Digital HDD, Works perfectly on Rebecca
Cruzer Fit 16 GB
Sandisk USB 2.0 flash drive, Works perfectly on Rebecca
Favorite software:
mintdrivers
"Very good. I'd like to see it in LMDE as well."
usb-imagewriter
"very simple and works perfectly. I use it all the time to test systems that I cannot properly test in a virtual machine"
virtualbox-guest-additions
"I don't know why many people critizise that it doesn't come with the main virtualbox package. I rarely need it but when I do it works."
mintdesktop
"works without flaws"
mintupdate
"best update manager I ever saw in a Linux system"
nautilus-dropbox
"Works well in Xfce. You don't even need a GNOME dekstop or other nautilus software."
sudo
"I use it all the time and never had any issues."
mdm
"works even better than lightdm"
hexchat
"I use it less than once a month but when I need it it works just great and it's faster and smaller than many browser chat plugins."
thunar
"It's the single best file manager. It has all the features that I love in Nemo but the RAM footprint is about 10 MB smaller and it's faster. Great software."
file-roller
"Extracting files and checking archives couldn't be much easier"
apt
"not only useful to update/install/remove software but also my favourite way of finding errors in repositories and to autoremove packages that are not needed anymore."
openjdk-7-jre
"I mainly use it for Minecraft 1.7.10 and it works great"
galculator
"I used the standard MS Windows calculators for many years and I find everything I need in galculator as well."
evince
"works perfectly"
hardinfo
"It works perfectly and it's one of the easiest way to check if all your hardware is correctly recognized"
libreoffice-calc
"I don't see many differences to openoffice Calc and MS Excel but it works just fine and stable."
nano
"it just works"
gedit
"Recently became my favourite plain text editor. Doesn't look as sleek at Leafpad but is really useful for programming, CSS editing and similar."
gnome-disk-utility
"very useful, should come preinstalled by default"
libreoffice-writer
"many times better than MS Office and more stable than openoffice.org"
transmission
"favourite bittorrent client: lightweight, easy and stable"
synaptic
"Works perfectly, especially in Linux Mint. It's my favourite package manager to browser packages and plugings for non-default desktop environments"
thunderbird
"Favourite mail checking and calendar syncing app."
gimp
"Easier to use than Adobe Photoshop for sure."
vlc
"favourite video player for Linux systems (and MS Windows)"
banshee
"crashes frequently on 17.1 Cinnamon unless I manually reinstall it. works perfectly in 17.1 Xfce. too bad newer iOS devices aren't supported though"
xfce4-netload-plugin
"I use it all the time, especially usefull during torrenting or if you connected to an instable wifi"
xfce4-datetime-plugin
"highly customizable, tooltip works without issues, nice simple calendar"
xfce4-power-manager
"must-have if you use Xfce on a mobile device"
xfce4-panel
"The applet manager isn't as user-friendly as the one in Cinnamon but other than that the Xfce panel is my favourite panel. I use two panels. One of them as a dock - looks a bit like the dock in Unity."
xfce4-goodies
"contains many things I don't need but it's an excellent starting point for beginners"
xfce4-terminal
"My favourite terminal, works well in other desktop environments as well - unlive gnome terminal"
xfce4
"I love it. It's usually the first thing that I install on Linux systems that don't come with Xfce"
gnome-system-monitor
"Favourite system monitor. It's like the xfce task manager, except for that it also gives you info about the file system sizes and a few other small extras"
mint-meta-xfce
"works really well for me. only thing I miss is the 12-fold window tiling like in cinnamon"
htop
"works perfectly"
firefox
"Firefox is a little bloated but still has the best customizability, addons and interface"