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ephraimshofar
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2018-12-27 10:36:15

Master of the Simulacrum

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Hardware devices
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Software reviews
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alacarte
"Extremely useful, especially if you have users who don't want or don't know how to use the terminal."
5
minecraft-installer
"Usually doesn't work in 19.1; save yourself the trouble and download it direct from MAJONG's web site."
5
opera
"This version is extremely old (the current version as I type this is 57.0.3098.106 ) and prone to errors. Save yourself the trouble and Download the new version direct from Opera's own web site."
4
mintnanny
"Doesn't work with https websites."
3
furiusisomount
"Our most used ISO mounting application. Invaluable for those with large digital libraries. Decades of backed-up Disks have been saved and used with this application flawlessly."
5
qbittorrent
"Our favorite Bit Torrent Client for Linux. Works flawlessly on many machines all using 19.1 Cinnamon, 18.1 Cinnamon, and 18.3 Cinnamon. Extremely easy to use."
5
taskcoach
"Doesn't work in Linux Mint 19.1 Cinnamon"
2
kdf
"Would give it 5 stars, if there were an option to terminate the program. As it is, the only way to stop the process is to kill it. As a programmer I'm not a big fan of tying up valuable resources on my machines. (UPDATE) After running the application multiple times, it does finally give you the option to quit by right clicking its icon in the panel. For some reason, this only occurred on one of our machines, both it and the other machine we tried it on are running Linux Mint 19.1 Cinnamon."
4
fancontrol
"When the command is entered into the terminal (yes, I use 'sudo' first), it results in the following error: Error: Can't read configuration file"
1
webhttrack
"On even the most basic websites it missed some of the most important pages. Weeks' worth of work wasted."
2
vlc
"Anyone who doesn't know VLC's quality hasn't been around long. We've used it across many Platforms - Linux Mint & Ubuntu, Windows XP-8x, Android, RemixOS, and it is always by far the best Media Player."
5
alarm-clock-applet
"Works well, very useful."
4
kalarm
"Like other users have said, it does not work on Mint 18"
1
wicd
"Most problematic Networking Application I've seen in decades. Never had any problems with Networking until this app was installed. It's been completely removed & I still have issues."
1
tdfsb
"Interesting, especially for those of us who remember the old text-only days of computing. Honestly, this has a lot of potential to become something much better."
3
dgen:i386
"Sound only partially works. Game Control & Video are just fine, full screen works great too. Needs GUI."
3
mednafen
"Prior Reviews are accurate; configuration is hard to read, etc."
2
vrms
"Simple, yet must-have tool for any open source software advocate."
5
bzflag
"Works fine; controllers are a bit hard to get used too."
4
gnome-hearts
"Works fine"
1
openmw
"I spent literally THOUSANDS of Hours getting Morrowind looking better & better over the years on Windoze. I still had problems with Mods. OPENMW IS INCREDIBLE! IT OUTDOES my BEST EFFORTS on Windoze, & Mods work FLAWLESSLY, despite the fact that I have so many enabled. This is Morrowind as I always hoped I could make it. My all-time Favorite Game has been reborn, and it is better on my Favorite OS!"
5
pidgin
"One of the best in IM software out there, we've used it for nearly a decade now. We just wish they had a LAN version."
4
stella
"Stella's the best Atari Emulator on all platforms - pure and simple. We've used it on Linux Mint, Ubuntu, Windows XP-8x, RemixOS, even Wii!"
5
nexuiz
"Our Teenagers prefer this over Call of Duty: Black Ops III. Best Shooter we've seen yet on a Linux Platform hands down."
5
dosbox
"We've been using DOS Emulators for years, and we've been using DOS since the 80s. This is by far the best DOS Emulator we've ever seen on ANY platform."
5
stellarium
"Our family has been using this for years. Not only a brilliant idea, but it's a well designed program. Could make the UI more User-Friendly, but we would happily pay for this."
4
wine
"As always, needs work, but still IMHO the best Windoze Emulator widely available on Linux."
4