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daeme
Switzerland
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2012-07-09 17:32:26

Tutorials
Title Score
Ideas
Title Score
Hardware devices
Device Release
ThinkPad T400 2767-C98
Lenovo Laptop or Netbook, Works fine with some minor problems
LMDE
ThinkPad T420 4180-P74
Lenovo Laptop or Netbook, Works fine with some minor problems
LMDE
ThinkPad T60p
IBM Laptop or Netbook, Works perfectly
LMDE
UX21E ZENBOOK, i5 2467M
Asus Laptop or Netbook, Works fine with some minor problems
LMDE
Software reviews
Software Score
automysqlbackup
"excellent mysql backup solution script!"
5
virtualbox-nonfree
"Great! Works better for me than the ose version."
5
wget
"must-to-have for downloading in cli"
5
lynx
"great tool for the command line and script usage!"
5
iptables
"mighty but hard-to-use for non network cracks. ufw (gufw) is a easy to use iptables rules configurator for most daily use rules."
4
samba
"Useful to "tallk to Redmond"."
4
phpmyadmin
"nice-to-have in many mysql environments, powerful and easy."
4
wireshark
"awesome if you know to use it."
5
cowsay
"just trash in a clean installation"
2
tsclient
"OK, but I prefer Remmina"
3
vnstat
"Great live- and long term network traffic monitor (cli)"
5
cairo-dock
"like it, many themes (the default is not my case), many settings."
4
openssh-server
"Essential but could have more features for restricting ssh scan (like denyhosts does from openssh-server output to auth.log)"
4
sshfs
"Very useful but slow and some overhead."
3
rsync
"Best *nix sync and backup tool. Think this is a must for many sysadmins!"
5
bluefish
"nice html editor."
4
qtpfsgui
"best linux hdr and tonemapper I know."
5
hugin
"does a great job."
5
mysql-server
"best database server for free ever. from small website to large cluster scale and complex replication setups. awesome."
5
bzip2
"Slow but in very few scenarios much better than gzip. doesnt profit from multicore/muliprocessor environments. consider to use pbzip2 instead on those."
2
gzip
"most used compression tool in *nix systems but doesnt profit from multicore/muliprocessor environments. consider to use pigz instead."
2
pbzip2
"Since bzip2 is a slow nature, this is a must have in multicore and multiprocessor environments. drop in repacement for bzip2: alias bzip2='pbzip2'"
5
pigz
"much faster than gzip in multicore and/or multiprocssor environments. drop in replacement for gzip: alias gzip='pigz'"
5
subversion
"must-to-have for many developpers"
4
php5
"no idea what the web would do without you :-)"
5
apache2
"can do a lot!"
5
vim
"vim for ever :-)"
5
brasero
"Works great for me, I am using it mostly to burn CD/DVD isos but also did some few audio CD's."
4
mdadm
"Works great for software raid1-6 without (expensive) hardware raid controller!"
5
nvidia-settings
"best gui tool for X11 config with "
4
screen
"a must-to-have for every shell power user!"
5
synaptic
"best."
5
eclipse
"OK, but prefer Netbeans. "
3
netbeans
"Excellent IDE!"
5
gufw
"very easy to use gui for ufw."
4
ufw
"easiest command line firewall config tool I know. "
4
gimp
"great image Manipulation Program!"
4
nmap
"best network scanner ever!"
5
htop
"Great!"
5
firefox
"no more a fan. chromium is so much faster."
2
chromium-browser
"works for me better than firefox and I would love it (and not just like) if it woulldn't come from google :)"
4
denyhosts
"everyone running sshd should have denyhosts or something similar since openssh-server has no native brute force attack protection. the only thing I miss would be to be able to run my own sync-server. great app anyway!"
4
remmina
"Using it for vnc over ssh and rdp and its my absolute favorite after years using tsclient for rdp"
5