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 bambitheslug
1xp

Last login: 2013-12-09 10:44:01
 


 United States
Cinnamon Edition
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nemo-dropbox
"I'm changing a previous review. In Mint 16 RC, this package originally had a problem downloading the Dropbox daemon, but it now works flawlessly. This is what you need if you use Cinnamon."
hardinfo
"This should absolutely be required as installed by default. I just upgraded from Mint 14 and I'm shocked to see that 15 and above don't include this. I tried another program, lshw-gtk, which is a frontend to a default package, but it didn't generate any results on my machine. This one works exactly how I remembered it and is crucial for system builders or anyone curious about what is recognized in their systems and which drivers are being loaded. I used to know how to get a lot of this information from the command line, but most of my work is not in Linux anymore so I don't remember how. The information from this program is a good starting point for diagnosing driver problems for those who don't want to dig through CLI output."
playonlinux
"Updating my review. This package was out of date for quite some time on Mint 14. It's good to see this is finally updated. The latest version works great and makes managing Wine so much easier. I recommend this over the Wine packages to anyone."
steam-launcher
"This package works great for me. It's nicely integrated so you don't have to download from the site, and Steam will keep itself updated anyway."
cinnamon
"Finally giving Cinnamon a try with Mint 16 RC, and I can't believe what I was missing! Much like the rest of Mint, it really is the perfect blend of so many good ideas which have been executed so poorly elsewhere. For some reason, modern UI work as a whole seems determined to make things harder for users in exchange for fancier eye candy. I love the idea of having a beautiful, modern UI, but I need the system to remain functional. If that's what you're looking for, Cinnamon is the ulatime desktop environment. It has plenty of subtle UI tricks which look gorgeous, but most importantly, actually make computing easier. They haven't done any majorly over-the-top paradigm shifts, but just made the familiar better."
dropbox
"Works great! It supposedly installs in an unsupported location and asks you to follow the web site's installation directions, but I ignored that and it worked just fine."
ibus
"I use it all the time for Chinese! It's the only input method I've gotten to work so far, and it has been great."
nexuiz
"I used to play this game all the time. I recently tried Xonotic which was a great successor, but there was almost nobody playing. The ones who were played in vehicle servers which I wasn't interested in. So it's back to Nexuiz for me until Xonotic gets more players (most likely when it gets an Ubuntu package, haha)."
neverputt
"My girlfriend overseas absolutely loves playing Neverball when I take my Linux PC, so naturally I was very happy to find Neverputt. This will be even better for the both of us to play. Heck, my dad might even play it, and he can hardly be convinced to play any games!"
neverball
"Great game with some of the best graphics of any free Linux game. I've run it on everything from cheap laptops to high-powered gaming computers without any hiccups. My girlfriend loves playing it too. She wanted it for Windows along with several other of my Linux games. Every Linux gamer should try this!"
nvidia-current
"This driver has worked fine for me so far without crashes, artifacts, etc. I recommend installing from your system menu or update tool since that's all streamlined. I installed the Nvidia driver on Arch from command line once and had to do a little bit more manual work to install it. I guess you could do that on any Linux distro, but I'm always afraid of creating some conflict within the package manger's state for Ubuntu, Mint, etc. Basically, if you want to run 3D games on a newer Nvidia card with the least amount of frustration, go to your system menu, find Additional Drivers, and install!"
libopenal-dev
"Works fine. I needed it as a dependency for SFML2 snapshot and there wasn't a package so I had to hunt for this."
libsndfile1-dev
"Works fine. I needed it as a dependency for SFML2 snapshot and there wasn't a package so I had to hunt for this."
libjpeg8-dev
"Works fine. I needed it as a dependency for SFML2 snapshot and there wasn't a package so I had to hunt for this."
libfreetype6-dev
"Works fine. I needed it as a dependency for SFML2 snapshot and there wasn't a package so I had to hunt for this."
libxrandr-dev
"Works fine. I needed it as a dependency for SFML2 snapshot and there wasn't a package so I had to hunt for this."
libglew1.6-dev
"Works fine. I just needed it as a dependency for SFML2 snapshot and there wasn't a package, so I had to hunt for this."
vim
"Every Linux distro should come with Vim and Emacs pre-installed to make everyone happy. And those who don't know either Vim or Emacs should pick one and learn, because either one of those will probably be on all Unix command lines from the oldest of Unix PC's to the latest Linux desktop. Plus, you never know when you'll be left without a GUI ;)"
ibus-pinyin
"the easiest and best way i've found to input chinese on linux. chinese input was one of my main concerns when switching to linux, with this it's not a problem!"