user
justin
LMDE
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2013-02-17 16:08:17

One half the original LMDE creation team.

Tutorials
Title Score
9 years ago The 5-Minute Essential Shell Tutorial 1080
Ideas
Title Score
9 years ago Improvements to Friends Feature 17
9 years ago Ideas, Relationships, and Tags 26
Hardware devices
Device Release
CD/DVD Burner (GSA-4163BI11778172 )
LG CD/DVD/Blu-Ray drive/player/writer, Works perfectly
Mint (older version)
Athlon 3500+
AMD CPU/Processor, Works perfectly
Mint (older version)
NVIDIA 6600GT
Gigabyte Graphics/Video/TV card, Works perfectly
Mint (older version)
OCZ Platinum series 2x1gb DDR-400 (OCZ4002048ELDCPE-K)
OCZ Technology Memory, Works perfectly
Mint (older version)
VH242H
Asus Monitor, Works perfectly
Mint (older version)
Software reviews
Software Score
alpine
"Absolutely love it, I use it on a daily basis. Great for text based email without the additional overhead. Easy to navigate if you know the Pico/Nano editors."
5
p7zip
"The best archiver you can get, bar none."
5
pino
"Pino is nice Twitter client which does the job right. It is lacking some features like being able to view profiles directly in the client such as Tweetdeck, and some others as well. Scored a 4 because of this. If you need a simple Twitter client, this is a great one!"
4
startupmanager
"Does what it's supposed to do, which is easily allow the user to change default partitons and a few other boot settings."
4
conky-all
"Conky is one of the most full-featured system monitors that exist, and is extensible to nearly anything."
5
openbox
"Lovely minimal window manager. Can be completely customized by way of menus and scripts. It is not full-featured like a desktop environment, rather that part is left to the user. If you need something to run on older hardware or are striving for speed (but aren't afraid to get your hands dirty) then one should strongly consider this."
5
opera
"Great browser! Unfortunately not open source, but still should be considered for those looking for alternatives to Firefox."
5