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  1. #61

    Re:Cool applications

    hi all,
    as promised i have been sorting out this list - i turned it into a PET because i am not really sure of another good way to keep it organized.

    i must say it kinda sucks... sugestions very welcome...

    does YABBC tags support jumping e.g. if a users clicks a catagory they will automatically be taken down to the correct part of the document?


    http://www.linuxjunior.org/cgi-bin/p...play&id=92

  2. #62
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    Re:Cool applications

    Editors:
    Nano - "Free" alternative to pico.
    Nedit - The nirvana editor.
    kate - The best editor for kde users.

    Games:
    Frozen-Bubble - An open-source Bust-a-move clone.
    prboom - Doom nuff said.

  3. #63

    Re:Cool applications


    aterm

    phoenix - browser

    giFT - best p2p

    vim
    --
    vi is a microcosm of the Unix world. Don't expect
    to learn all of it at once; perhaps you shouldn't expect
    to learn all of it at all. -- Jon Lasser (Think Unix)

    'nuff said.

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    Re:Cool applications

    I use giFT as well, and I love it.

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    Re:Cool applications

    It's been a while since anyone added anything to this list, but I wanted to add my 2 cents.

    Scribus http://web2.altmuehlnet.de/fschmid/ kind of a quarkXpress for linux. It seems to be developing nicely.

  6. #66

    Re:Cool applications

    Nessus software scans your network, servers, destops etc. for security holes. Very cool! Even will scan Windoze machines.
    www.nessus.com

  7. #67

    Re:Cool applications

    Rust - a tool to build RPMs - pretty nice looking if you wanna take the hassle out of making spec files and such.

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    Re:Cool applications

    [quote author=garskoci link=board=2;threadid=5187;start=60#61081 date=1046543614]
    Nessus software scans your network, servers, destops etc. for security holes. Very cool! Even will scan Windoze machines.
    www.nessus.com
    [/quote]

    But isn't Windows the black hole of computer security?

  9. #69

    Re:Cool applications

    Nessus software scans your network, servers, destops etc. for security holes. Very cool! Even will scan Windoze machines.
    www.nessus.com
    I find NMap to be much more effective. Nessus might find the "Standard" ports for Crackers, but overlooks the ones above 1024.

  10. #70

    Re:Cool applications

    hi all,
    i have finally finished PETrifying all these. please post more when you find 'em

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