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AndrewX192
United States
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2010-08-16 17:24:34

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Ideas
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9 years ago Automatic chat login on website. 1
Hardware devices
Device Release
XPS m1530
Dell Laptop or Netbook, Works perfectly
Mint (older version)
Software reviews
Software Score
klipper
"Great tool for managing your clipboard, lets you have multiple items and select between them and clear entrys."
5
filelight
"One of the best ways to find out where disk space went."
5
tsclient
"Just like the Windows Remote Desktop client. This little program works great."
4
konsole
"Powerful terminal emulator with plenty of themes."
5
netcat-openbsd
"One of the must-have packages for people experienced with networking."
5
telnet
"Great tool for raw communication with network services, and telnet servers."
4
virtualbox-3.1
"Wonderful software to use for running other operating systems like Windows."
5
mplayer
"Great for playing media of any kind, also has a powerful encoder built in. Also has many output drivers."
5
recordmydesktop
"Great for recording screencasts."
5
netbeans
"Pretty much the best IDE out there to program in, supports Java/C/PHP and other languages, also has SVN support built in."
5
gnome-bluetooth
"Very helpful when using bluetooth devices. It lets you disable and enable bluetooth, setup devices, and manage files."
4
amarok
"Great media player for KDE users, helps manage music collections and more."
5
gnome-system-monitor
"Great monitoring and management application, shows network usage and more."
5
nvidia-settings
"Use this to configure multiple monitors, see details about your graphics card, and more. Nvidia users only."
5
nano
"One of the easiest command line text editors out there."
4
mousepad
"Very basic text editor, not for programmers or web designers. If you want more features go for kate/kwrite or gedit."
3
kdeplasma-addons
"Instal this if you want more plasmoids to work with."
3
acroread
"Install it if you really *need* the extra functionality of Adobe Reader. Otherwise stay away from this program."
2
kmix
"Nice sound mixer, allows you to mute sound by middle clicking on the tray icon."
4
kbounce
"It's just like the Jezzball game for windows back in the 1990s."
5
tleds
"Neat program, useful on servers if you want a network activity light without looking at the NIC."
4
powertop
"Helpful for showing what you can do to save power, but don't mess with it if you dont know what your doing."
4
lshw-gtk
"Not the best interface and usability, but shows a lot of information. try "sudo lshw-gtk" if it complains about not being able to gather information as a normal user."
3
hplip
"If you have a HP printer, you will love this program, it shows the ink levels on your printer, if you have a all in one device, you can scan and fax too."
5
ark
"Does what it says, makes managing archive files a snap."
4
synaptic
"Great package manager, very useful when managing software."
5
ftp
"If you want to make a script to upload or download on FTP, or just want to manage your FTP server with the command line, look no further."
4
denyhosts
"One of the best tools to lock out hackers who try to crack usernames and passwords on your linux server. If your running openssh-server be sure to install this."
5
apcupsd
"Works great with APC backup power UPS devices, also has networking built in. The interface isn't the greatest however."
4
network-manager
"Powerful backend for managing networks on linux, does great with laptops, see wicd as a alternative if this doesn't meet your needs."
4
okular
"Great for viewing documents in KDE4, replaces the old kpdf program from KDE3."
4
kate
"Great text editor for KDE, has every feature you would ever want."
5
kwrite
"Good text editor for KDE4, if you want more features like multiple files open at a time; try kate."
4
cheese
"Great program for taking pictures and videos from your webcam - also has a feature to take multiple pictures in a row."
5
kget
"Powerful download client for KDE users"
4
konqueror
"I never use konqueror for web browsing, but it does a great job at file management."
4
cups
"CUPS is the standard for printing on Linux, and it's hardware support is great!"
5
kvirc
"Great IRC client for KDE users, but has some annoying bugs that will crash it."
4
irssi
"If you want to chat on IRC from the command line, this is one of the most powerful IRC clients for you."
5
firefox
"Great browser, but not as fast as chrome or opera. Almost endless number of plugins avalible for it."
4
kaffeine
"Great media player, but has some issues still."
3
xfce4
"Great alternative to other desktop environments, lightweight on memory usage and very stable. Included applications are not as featured as Gnome or KDE's"
4
lighttpd
"Great webserver for small projects, very easy to setup and very light on memory usage"
5
apache2
"One of the most popular webserver's out there, loaded with tons of features."
5
synergy
"Works great between cross platform machines, can be difficult to setup at first but its worth it."
4
wicd
"Great replacement for NetworkManger, always does the job properly."
4
wireshark
"One of the best tools for figuring out whats wrong with a network."
5
nautilus
"Great when used with gnome, lacks some features, if you want more try dolphin or konqueror"
4
acpitool
"Great tool to see your battery status and other ACPI systems with the command line."
4
vlc
"Nothing can compare to this media player's power. It has anything you could possibly want."
5
youtube-dl
"Works good most of the time, but YouTube updates can break this application."
4
htop
"If you use the command line much at all, then be sure to get this app."
4
evolution-exchange
"If you want to use exchange with evolution, look no further."
5
evolution
"Great replacement for outlook, works with exchange. Some glitches with email not being displayed when it was previously viewed on another device."
4
audacity
"Great program, but the interface design is not very appealing."
4
xchat
"One of the best grapihcal irc client's out there."
4
googleearth
"Great app, something you certianly won't want to miss."
5