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 ravenheart
105xp

Last login: 2017-08-30 23:53:35
 


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Hardware:
FX-6200
AMD CPU/Processor, Works perfectly on Nadia
Radeon HD5450
Sapphire Graphics/Video/TV card, Works fine with some minor problems on Rebecca
HDKPC03 DT01ACA100 1TB Hard Drive
Toshiba HDD, Works perfectly on Nadia
990FX Extreme4
AsRock Motherboard Motherboard, Works perfectly on Nadia
Favorite software:
qupzilla
"I use this solely for playing flash games, and it works great. No lag whatsoever. My firefox install is bogged down with tons of add-ons, so it lags awful when playing flash games."
gparted
"Tremendous! I burned this to DVD. Booted with it, and was able to move my home partition over creating empty space, and then expand my root partition a little to allow more room for my linux install. Clean & easy to use. The best disk partition app hands-down."
cherrytree
"Tremendous program! Best in its class as far as I'm concerned. Really like the ability to import from other notetaking applications, and to export to pdf. Clean & easy to use as well."
easytag
"Works great. I have to run it with sudo privileges. I mainly use it to embed pictures into mp3s."
sudo
"Nobody gives any love to Sudo ;-)"
gdebi
"Works fantastic for installing local .deb files and all their dependencies."
gdebi-core
"Extremely useful. A great gnome gui is available for this too."
gufw
"Simple and effective. Just click the Status button and in a few seconds, it will turn on. I guess the fellow who gave it one star couldn't figure out how to click a button."
luckybackup
"Great gui front-end for rsync & cron. Simple to use & performs backups fast. Easy scheduling. Super user run available (which I use to maintain a backup of my entire home directory). I use this rather than the Backup Tool that comes with Linux Mint 16, using their tool only for software selection backup."
libreoffice-base
"Base is a great front-end for any database like HSQL, MYSQL, etc, BUT you MUST use a split format for stability. Make sure you lookup the free templates online (they're actually in the openoffice.org forums, created by users Villeroy & DACM) for creating your databases in split format. Make sure you know the difference between embedded & split databases before you begin working. Split databases are not default, but give you rock-solid stability."
libreoffice
"Excellent alternative to office. Base is also an excellent front-end, but be sure to use the free templates online to setup your databases in split-databse format. Know the difference between embedded & split-databases before you begin with Base. It's ultra stable & reliable when split."
fslint
"Excellent duplicate file finder. Also great for showing installed packages sorted by size, so you can tell at a glance if you have any unneeded large packages installed."
clementine
"Great. I second what Impulse wrote below. Just a phenomenal and easy to use player, and it displays the embedded art for most all of my mp3 collection which no other player would do. I've tried banshee, amarok, vlc, & rhythmbox and was beginning to lose hope. Can't thank the developers enough for this one. :-)"
audacity
"love it, use it regulary, really should come default with mint"