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  1. #131

    Re:Cool applications

    How would you compare it (pork) to naim?

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    Re:Cool applications

    Pogo, seems to be a pretty good alternative to kicker

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    Re:Cool applications

    [quote author=gorn link=board=2;threadid=5187;start=120#msg79338 date=1078190982]
    I like cp, mv and rm as my file manager. Maybe a bit of bash scripting with some sed or perl mixed in too.
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    I also like it but only the parts where perl is mixed into it.

  4. #134

    Re:Cool applications

    [quote author=countach44 link=board=2;threadid=5187;start=120#msg79344 date=1078197110]
    How would you compare it (pork) to naim?
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    very similar, but naim was having issues signing on at the same time as gaim (i think due to TOC?)

  5. #135

    Re:Cool applications

    TOC wrecks my buddy list, but I coulda sworn that naim used OSCAR?

  6. #136

    Re:Cool applications

    naim is the original ncurses AIM client. It uses the TOC protocol, and features many commonly-requested features found nowhere else, while still providing an intuitive chat interface.
    pork is an ncurses-based AOL instant messenger client. It uses the OSCAR protocol (the one the windows client uses) to access AIM. Pork features Perl scripting; an online help system; the ability to configure nearly all aspects of the program's look-and-feel; an alias system; and a powerful, fully-configurable key binding system. It supports being logged in with more than one screen name at the same time. The default look-and-feel of the client is modeled after the ircII IRC client. Anyone comfortable using ircII (or any clients derived from it -- e.g., epic, BitchX, etc.) will feel comfortable using pork.

  7. #137

    Re:Cool applications

    Thanks for clarifying ;D

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    Re:Cool applications

    bandwidthd -- a daemon designed to run on your router that graphs the traffic passing through generating a webpage to give you a nice overview of what's going on on your network. Easily covers installations of a few thousand hosts with very little system load. It's main advantage over mrtg: Configuring bandwidthd is piece of cake. Takes all of two minutes.

  9. #139

    Re:Cool applications

    Well, after reading all the posts, no one posted about zsh. Very powerful shell. zsh stands for THE Z-SHELL. You can also make a .zshrc and source it. I have become quite used to it on Slackware. Also :P , no one mention This

    P.S: It is Perl. And also Samba. A great very powerful tool for..i dunno yet. Check it out here: http://us3.samba.org/samba/samba.html


  10. #140

    Re:Cool applications

    Hahah talk about building ethos "A great very powerful tool for..i dunno yet."
    It's all in good fun.

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