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2013-04-12 23:31:30

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virtualbox-nonfree
"A solid virtualization software: stable enough, matured enough, and very easy to use. Let's enjoy this excellent piece of oppensource software while it is still opensource and before Larry Ellison suffocates it because he can not monetize it."
5
k3b
"This is the CD/DVD burning tool that sheppered Linux throught the dark ages of Linux and it is still doing a fantastic job. It is stable, easy to use and pretty much complete. What else can you ask for. Many thanks to all the developers that have contributed to it and to making our work within Linux a pleasure."
5
cairo-dock-core
"This is the most eye sugar in Linux in a long time. It is an extensive dock utility, but it seems to have several problems many of which are probably bugs. I am using it in my linuxmint's LMDE distribution and evethough the software manager says that it is installed it stopped functioning."
3
wine
"An important utility-because no platform is perfect. With it, I can run Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop, Chessbase Db and Fritz (serious) chess game, etc. If you just use it to run some ancient game, you are probably waisting your time."
5
vlc
"The most effective and complete media player for Linux."
5
playonlinux
"A very good frontend for wine- especially for new users. It makes the process of installing some of the software that can only be found on the Windows platform. For example, there is still no serious chess game software in Linux, but with this utility I was able to install 'Chessbase' applications on my beloved Mint's Cinnamon desktop."
4
stockfish
"Strong and dependible like Crafty. If only these two chess engines had a solid UCI."
5
crafty
"Solid, dependable chess engine and challenging enough for strong players."
5
tagua
"Pleasant 2D graphics, difficult engine inport, not much else."
3
3dchess
"Does not make sense. Possibly a wasted effort."
1
xboard
"For now, simply the best vehicle for analysing, inporting, ics-ing in Linux. Eventhough it needs some improvements, it provides good support. It is highly recommended for anyone that wants to have better control of his chess game in Linux."
5
glchess
"Fairly good graphics and it allows you to import external engines."
4
dreamchess
"Primitive, like most chess games in linux, but the worse part is that sometimes it does not reset your screen resolution when you exit the game."
3
trigger-rally
"It is a fairly goog dirt race game with fairly good graphic qualitity . It does cause graphics instability perhaps because it is a port from OSX."
3
chromium-bsu
"Very simple, enjoyable, old fashion space shooter. Graphically easy on the eyes and easy to play."
4
foobillard
"Not the greates pool simulation but definately better than Billiard-GL in features and stability."
4
billard-gl
"Played it when it first came out. It caused varied graphical instabilities then, itcauses graphical instabilities now."
3
brutalchess
"A game that has not pass the primitive stage of development in Linux. It should be jettisoned from Linux."
1