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    Re:Cool applications

    [quote author=Shebang link=board=2;threadid=5187;start=150#msg83739 date=1085439297]
    Also, I forgot to mention that Dillo is an awesome light weight browser. It functions awesomely.. It is as per it's advertisement.. VERY fast.. I am using it.. It's great. If you have a low-end system, this is an awesome one. http://www.dillo.org for more info. The only problem right now I have is some cookie issue that will probably change...sooner or later...

    P.S: Also, this is default browser with Damn Small Linux.
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    Another great light-weight browser is Links2:

    http://atrey.karlin.mff.cuni.cz/~clock/twibright/links

    This is text or graphical browser which supports frames, tables, imagaes and even javascript. Fast and furious and very sexy!

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    Re:Cool applications

    [quote author=gorn link=board=2;threadid=5187;start=150#msg84476 date=1086882941]
    man2web: http://man2web.sourceforge.net/

    CGI (Or just run from the command line) to generate HTML pages of man pages.

    Very nifty and nice looking and easy to setup.
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    This is the coolest I have seen in a long time. Way cooler than the old gman I used to use.

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    Re:Cool applications

    [quote author=Schotty link=board=2;threadid=5187;start=30#msg58113 date=1042871671]
    Cinelerra :: An A/V editor for linux. I got the name of the app from "Horus" in a thread about Sound editors. It was able to split an MP3 track into the two channels (left / right). Currently it is a bit large for modem users @ ~12MB, but well worth the download. I do recall one dependency that was unresolved on a not so stock RH 8 system, libstdc++. I had to grab an rpm off of freshrpms. That is a rather small RPM.
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    This would be a good time for me to mention Audacity. (http://audacity.sourceforge.net). It's a good bit smaller, and is an excellent multitrack audio recording/mastering package for small to medium scale work. It will do the same thing to MP3s you did with Cinelerra, only it works in one-eighth the space.

    I'll also tell you the easy way to get Audacity to work on your system if you're running Fedora or Red Hat and you don't know beans from white rice about how to compile software: Planet CCRMA At Home.
    (http://ccrma.stanford.edu/planetccrma/software/) will take you step by step through installing apt-get, a low latency kernel, and a ton of audio and multimedia apps. They also have links to similar sites for other distros, too.

    [quote author=Schotty link=board=2;threadid=5187;start=30#msg58113 date=1042871671]
    edit :: I tested the link, and discovered that the page has links to the dependencies. As well as the fact (that I forgot to mention previously) that this is a SUITE of tools, none are separate. Inlcuding Cinerella, XMovie, LibMPEG3, MPEG-2-Movie, and Quicktime 4 Linux.
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    Re:Cool applications

    Nobody mentioned this one yet but Scilab is a OSS version of Matlab. Pretty useful for me right now in my advanced Technical Calculus class

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    [quote author=Schotty link=board=2;threadid=5187;start=150#msg92882 date=1111103011]
    Nobody mentioned this one yet but Scilab is a OSS version of Matlab. Pretty useful for me right now in my advanced Technical Calculus class
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    Very interesting. How does it compare?

    Octave over at http://www.octave.org/ is another favorite. If you install the works from http://octave.sf.net/ it's virtually a drop-in matlab replacement (except for the graphical goodies like simulink)

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    Re:Cool applications

    My experience is little with Matlab. For the most part when researching (and balking at a starting cost of $515 for just calculus, a whopping $2600 for all of the electronics stuff too ...), I took for granted that Octave and Scilab are good "clones.' From what I need, they both will fill the task.

    I do plan on checking both out fully. Plus, being a Linspire fan and 5.0 coming out, a KDE desktop may be nice with the KOctave app.

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    Re:Cool applications

    picwiz...it lives in your context menu but only with graphic images. does only one thing, it resizes photo's. Why open a photo editor or program when you can do it with a right click. I believe it must have image magick to work but isnt I M pretty much standard in all distros now? if not apt-get image magick, picwiz

    Get it here:
    http://picwiz.sourceforge.net/

    helios

    edit by pbharris - added link.

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    Re:Cool applications

    Great list of appications, it makes my Linux experince alot more enjoyable and less frustating finding proper desktop appications, So thanks all.

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    I like naim http://site.n.ml.org/info/naim/ nice little CLI chat client for AIM,ICQ,IRC

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    Re:Cool applications

    Just posted this in another thread, but oh well

    http://sonance.aaronbock.net/about/

    Sonance is a gtk#-based music player that uses Gstreamer to play music. It has Muine's gorgeous eye candy, and Beep Media Player/XMMS-style playlist management.

    Still in the early stages of development, but it looks beautiful so far!

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