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k273 http://k273.tumblr.com
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2014-01-09 13:38:01

I am a general practitioner, reader of everything, eager to learn something new (including Linux Mint), listen to gospel, blues, reggae, and electronic music, hate violence and manipulation, like to share knowledge and insight.

Tutorials
Title Score
Ideas
Title Score
Hardware devices
Device Release
FreeAgent Go
Seagate HDD, Works perfectly
Mint (older version)
DV2 1123
HP (Hewlett-Packard) Laptop or Netbook, Works fine with some minor problems
Mint (older version)
DV2 1123
HP (Hewlett-Packard) Laptop or Netbook, Works fine with some minor problems
Mint (older version)
Don't know.
HP (Hewlett-Packard) Optical Drive, Works perfectly
Mint (older version)
4200 series
HP (Hewlett-Packard) Printer/Scanner/Multifunction, Works perfectly
Mint (older version)
N900
Nokia Tablet PC, Works fine with some minor problems
Mint (older version)
DKU-5
Nokia USB DATA KABEL(Connectivity Adapter Cable)-DKU-5, Works fine with some minor problems
Mint (older version)
T835
Genius Wireless Keyboard/Mouse, Works perfectly
Mint (older version)
Software reviews
Software Score
alacarte
"SHOULD BE INSTALLED BY DEFAULT!"
5
asunder
"More powerful than Sound-Juicer. For those who want more control than simplicity."
4
sound-juicer
"As simple as it can be. Not for those who want more control."
4
gthumb
"Still can't find the slideshow presentation, though..."
4
geeqie
"Nice modifiable interface. Though light, can display a thorough property of images; full screen slideshow capability is also an advantage compared to gthumb. Slightly slow rendering thumbnails for the first time when opening folders containing pictures."
4
mirage
"And thumbnail loading a bit slow."
4
gpicview
"It's the simplest one out there. Reminiscent of Windows Picture Viewer (from XP to 7)."
4
mintwelcome
"Agree with RobinJ."
4
opera
"the best! pioneer of great browser functions. opera link (saves your settings, bookmarks, speed dials, etc. and can be downloaded to every single opera installation you have in different machines, including phones) is unbeatable!"
5
decibel-audio-player
"Does what it said. Lightweight and clean. Built-in file explorer is great (instead of playlist-based library). Integration with dock apps such as Cairo-dock would be perfect."
5
quodlibet
"It installed also programs I didn't want, even which I'd uninstalled. The concept of one-stop audio library organizer and stuff is commendable, though. Lightweight. But no equalizer is a dealbreaker."
3
audacious
"Love it! Very familiar Winamp interface (can be switched to GTK look), just does what you want, lightweight, and Winamp skinnable. No more those imposing, unintuitive, bloaty audio player for me. My second choice would be Decibel, but I use this more because of its integration with Cairo-dock."
5
banshee
"The best right now. Works very smoothly for playing music. Do almost everything the way I want. More powerful than Rhythmbox, no confusing menus (gmusicbrowser) and others' general unintuitiveness, and no bugs with playlists and recognizing audio CDs (Exaile)."
4
exaile
"Actually it got the best, organized UI. But buggy. Problems with updating playlists and reading audio CD artist names & track titles. Will be my music player when they're gone."
3
gmusicbrowser
"More confusing than any other music player GUI out there. An overkill/bloatware. For cd rip, use Sound-Juicer. For batch tagging, use easyTAG. For anything else, there are more intuitive player out there. I use Banshee."
2
totem
"Problems with subtitles."
2