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2017-04-27 14:27:14

Paul cut his teeth on crap-buntu around 2005 sometime. He has also kicked the puppy around awhile. Since Felicia, he has been an avid Mint fan. smiley

You may reply or send a message to this individual, as he is in the habit of sending a reply back. Usually not too much after the last post.

Well, the year-long experiment with XFCE has ended. I really liked the responsiveness, but there are just to many things wrong with it that I have gone back to Cinnamon.

I have learned some basic C programming and in early 2015, I have started learning about python (We are the knights that say: Ni!). Javascript and shell scripting would be nice to know too.

Tutorials
Title Score
6 years ago Using the SanDisk Clip Sport with Banshee 1
Hardware devices
Device Release
NB505
Toshiba 10.1" Netbook, Works perfectly
Mint (older version)
Software reviews
Software Score
shntool
"Works well with cuetools to split flac files."
4
cuetools
"Works well with Shntool to split flac files."
4
usb-imagewriter
"Why is there not one tool that will format, partition, and create a bootable USB stick with persistance?"
2
rhythmbox
"A good player overall."
4
banshee
"Crashes, features do not work, may go back to Rythmbox..."
2
soundconverter
"Easily converts audio files to AAC."
5
widelands
"Such a time-suck."
5
scummvm
"Try not to cheat!"
4
gnome-sudoku
"Good for getting the neurons to fire early morning."
4
frozen-bubble
"Great game!"
5
gtkhash
"A simple c.l.i. command is all I need."
2
alarm-clock
"Such a simple little thing. It has been a very helpful tool."
5
p7zip
"The ablity to encrypt files and folders make this utility a clear winner!"
5
keepassx
"Best cross-platform password manager I have used. The u.i. is butt-ugly though."
4
unetbootin
"Works Great! Will have to see if the new mint-stick application will have persistance accross re-boots."
5
gimp
"You would not believe how much time I've spent playing with this software."
5
gparted
"This should be the default."
5
firefox
"Still my favorite!"
5
vlc
"Why is Mint still installing Totem?"
5