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roguededguy
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2011-04-15 04:37:53

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sshfs
"So simple, love it, been using it for years."
5
ibus
"It's getting to be better than scim functionally for me. It definitely beats scim in the elegant and simple department."
4
xserver-xorg-video-nouveau
"Garbage compared to official driver."
1
zsnes
"Best SNES emulator I've found. Must have for us "old-timers"."
5
ttf-wqy-microhei
"These are the ugliest Japanese fonts available."
1
vlc
"I prefer mplayer for bluray because in between chapters VLC will show the cone icon. Pretty good, as long as you set deinterlacing to automatic with a linear setting to remove the motion blur."
4
firefox
"Gotta have it. Even if you try other browsers you will need it as a fallback when the others choke."
5
wine
"Works great with some things, crap with others. It's not the fault of the software, but the applications you are trying to run. Good app for those few MS apps you can get going on it."
3
xfce4-notifyd
"Very nice!"
5
nvidia-settings
"Has more features to tweak than I have ever needed. Makes dual monitors plug and play."
5
unetbootin
"One of the easiest options and cross-platform. The boot menu it creates is a little ugly, but very functional."
4
picasa
"The best photo organizer with the most features that actually work. However, importing directly from a camera has never seemed to work, and results in freeze."
4
f-spot
"What is going on with the way they sort photo dates? The folder structure this app creates is a nightmare."
1
acroread
"It's not fast or as stable as some other clients, but try filling out government tax forms without it."
2
filezilla
"Such a great interface, and no crashing like gftp"
5
dosbox
"This + fceux + zsnes = the best games ever made playable on Linux"
5
skype
"The best cross-platform video chat application there is. Those who don't like it, probably don't like anything proprietary or with added features that cost money. The software works and it works well."
5
ttf-monapo
"Best looking Japanese font I have ever found for Linux"
5
eclipse
"Has some strange crash behavior, not quite so polished as Visual Studio, but it is indispensible for Android programming."
4
keepassx
"Works well, cross-platform. I use it with dropbox so I have my passwords wherever I go."
5