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josefg
Niger
Cinnamon Edition
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2016-01-30 19:28:56


Tutorials
Title Score
Hardware devices
Device Release
Software reviews
Software Score
xye
"Kye used to be my favourite puzzle game"
4
lmarbles
"Beautiful game. Challenging enough."
4
slingshot
"Original concept. Nice as a quick 2-player game."
4
laby
"Nice, but somehow I still prefer RUR-PLE."
3
hatari
"Great emulator."
5
freecol
"Great game! Just miss a simultaneous play multiplayer feature. Waiting for other players to finish their turns in multiplayer tests one's patience."
4
neverputt
"Wonderful little game."
5
pingus
"Well made."
5
dosbox
"It's actually easier to get my games working through DosBox than it was in MS-DOS itself (because of all the memory management fiddling). For easy installation, I've repackaged my old games in .deb files that depend on DosBox."
5
libreoffice-impress
"I use it for all my presentations, but usually export to PDF as not all conference computers have LibreOffice installed."
5
scite
"Still the best text editor I know of."
5
supertuxkart
"Great game once you remove the levitating gnu and the devilish beastie cars (in the /usr/share/games/supertuxkart/data/karts folder). Love the split-screen multiplayer. Would be perfect if network play was added some day."
5
sound-juicer
"Neat tool for getting FLAC files from my audio CDs."
4
soundconverter
"Handy tool!"
4
inkscape
"It has become one of my most frequently used software tools. Once you master it, it is really powerful!"
5
lemonpos
"Can't get this application started on Linux Mint 17.1 Cinnamon. Looks like I haven't got all the packages to get the database connection to work. It's originally developed for KDE."
2
youtube-dl
"Good command-line tool. Easy to use. Can resume interrupted downloads."
4
dirdiff
"Needs to be launched from the command line, and hasn't been updated for years... But it still works and is the best GUI tool I have found so far for comparing similar folder structures like originals with backups."
3
mdbtools-gmdb
"Important companion to mdbtools. Gives you the GUI."
3
mdbtools
"You get the GUI by installing mdbtools-gmdb. It is meant for extracting data from MS Access tables, but will not run queries, show forms and reports, or edit data."
3
sqlitebrowser
"Very handy little tool. Allows me to read config files of many different softwares, like firefox and skype."
4
triplea
"Good strategy game"
4
qgis
"This is a good tool for GIS work at intermediate level."
4
opendict
"Simple but does its job, and works offline with the dict-freedict-* packages"
4
gnome-dictionary
"A good desktop dictionnary should also be installed off-line, so it can be accessed at any moment."
1
filezilla
"Just misses a directory tree comparison function like in FireFTP."
4
tomatoes
"too one-dimensional for my taste"
2
emerillon
"how do I import and export my placemarks?"
3
earth3d
"Feels outdated"
2
gav
"great with a game for 4 players on one computer, but pity the ball speed can't be set slower for my small kids"
4
claws-mail
"together with sylpheed, the only client i found that lets you skip having local folders altogether. which is great when you run on a netbook, and don't want your mails stored there permanently."
4
sylpheed
"claws is almost identical, but seems better featured"
2