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    Re:Cool applications

    [quote author=Tyr_7BE link=board=2;threadid=5187;start=150#msg94818 date=1119808404]
    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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    thats fuckin gorgeous

  2. #172

    Re:Cool applications

    I think i'll revive this thread

    well I found out about etherape about a month ago and so far I like it I can see all the traffic that goes in/out of my network.

    http://etherape.sourceforge.net/


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    Re:Cool applications

    Nice Mojo! Time to karma ya up!

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    Re:Cool applications

    Hi,

    These are some applications I really like in linux:
    • KVocTrain is an application for learning foreign vocabularies, everytime I need to learn words for school I use it... Very awesome.
    • KSokoban is a very relaxing puzzle game....
    • HP printer drivers, just if you are looking for them
    • XSane, very usefull if you have a scanner and like graphical interfaces...
    • Mozilla Thunderbird, from the creators of Mozilla and Mozilla Firefox, a mail client, with self-teaching spam filter 8)
    • Tuxracer, so cute


    Well I think that's it...

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    Re:Cool applications

    [quote author=Tyr_7BE link=board=2;threadid=5187;start=60#msg66115 date=1054447554]
    Kermit - Highly configurable, very robust protocol/terminal program. Works great for telnet, ftp, ppp, etc, etc...
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    Wow, surprised someone mentioned ckermit. I love it for automating ftp.

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    Re:Cool applications

    Guarddog - http://www.simonzone.com/software/guarddog/

    It's a WICKED front-end to iptables or ipchains, only it's written in KDE...

    It's sister project, guidedog, http://www.simonzone.com/software/guidedog/, makes port forwarding a breeze.

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    Re:Cool applications

    Do you guys know yumex? It's a GUI like synaptic for apt for yum. I like it a lot.

    And another game: PlaneShift. It's a high-fantasy MMORPG built on the CrystalSpace engine. Current version in 0.3.012.. Check it out on the site: http://www.planeshift.it

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    gkrellm. Definitely a needed app. It makes everything nice...

    the standard in system monitering.
    Stuff gkrellm can do with the right pluggin: volume control, ever important moniter for hardware specs, e.g. CPU temperature, mail notification, control of radio cards. loads 'o' stuff.
    I realize this is a very old post. I'm just getting around the site, and tried the link in the above post but it no longer works.

    I could sure use a cool system monitoring app ....I have not been through all the pages of this thread, but hope someone can point me to where this app now is available.

    Sorry if the answer is already posted in one of the replies I have not read yet.

    Thanks!

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    Here is where the List of Apps deemed cool lives now

    List of apps deemed cool

    The link for gkrellm can be found therein.

  10. #180
    Quote Originally Posted by DotHQ
    I realize this is a very old post. I'm just getting around the site, and tried the link in the above post but it no longer works.
    Maybe this could help

    http://members.dslextreme.com/users/...m/gkrellm.html
    Registered Linux User # 279330

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