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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2017-12-10 00:36

Ardour
https://ardour.org
Ardour is an open source, collaborative effort of a worldwide team including musicians, programmers, and professional recording engineers
Ardour is intended to be digital audio workstation software suitable for professional use.

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Features:
https://ardour.org/features.html
Recording / Mixing / Editing / Mastering
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2017-12-11 23:24

Pixeluvo
http://www.pixeluvo.com/features/
Pixeluvo is an image editing and photo manipulation application designed to be both powerful and easy to use.
Pixeluvo is also a powerful layer-based image editing software that offers its users RAW image processing, color correction tools, different image enhancement filters and many more.

It has the following features:

fix perspective distortion
Add a vignette to your photos
transform the feel of an image with the Quick Color filter
add text or captions to your images
remove noise and JPEG compression artifacts
boost image detail
add a tilt-shift effect to images
image spot-heal tool
clone tool
text tool
warp tool
filter brush and many more

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****A license for Pixeluvo Full Version costs $34 and includes all future updates for that major version number. Limitations in the Downloadable Version: 30 day Trial. Save size limited to 800x600 pixels
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby Ardouos » 2017-12-12 12:10

bester69 wrote:Pixeluvo
Pixeluvo is an image editing and photo manipulation application designed to be both powerful and easy to use.
http://www.pixeluvo.com/features/

Looks like a nice piece of software But Pixeluvo only officially supports Ubuntu and Fedora, and it's proprietary so you cannot compile it.
Seems like it is also available on Steam, which is in the non-free repos.

I'll stick with GIMP, Inkscape or Krita.

Each of their own I guess.
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2017-12-12 12:38

Ardouos wrote:
bester69 wrote:Pixeluvo
Pixeluvo is an image editing and photo manipulation application designed to be both powerful and easy to use.
http://www.pixeluvo.com/features/

Looks like a nice piece of software But Pixeluvo only officially supports Ubuntu and Fedora, and it's proprietary so you cannot compile it.
Seems like it is also available on Steam, which is in the non-free repos.

I'll stick with GIMP, Inkscape or Krita.

Each of their own I guess.

Ive tested it for a while in stretch and its a very well done program, It feels very smooth and nice software. I saw it like a mix of krita and gimp..
by the way, Most of the times you wont find Debian but Ubuntu to download, but its 100% compatible most of the times. Ive never had any issue with a external software labeled as Ubuntu deb for install.

You can tested, its a 30 days trial limited to 800x600 for saved images.
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby Wheelerof4te » 2017-12-12 18:29

Well, here is 2017 update :D

Web Browser: Firefox, replaced Chrome since FF57 is blazin' fast
Mail: Thunderbird
Music player: good old Rhytmbox
File manager: Nautilus, duh
Office software: Libreoffice, duh
Video player: VLC media player
Messaging/VOIP: Viber and Skype
Torrent: Transmission, simple and functional
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby Head_on_a_Stick » 2017-12-12 21:29

^ Here's mine:

Web browser: Firefox
Mail: smartphone
Music player: mpd/mpc
File manager: ranger
Office software: texlive+vim+mupdf, maybe gummi or latexilla for younger family members
Video player: kodi (yes, really)
Messaging/VOIP: smartphone
Torrent: rtorrent

You missed one:
Editor: ed! (Plan 9 version)
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby Bulkley » 2017-12-12 21:59

Web Browser: Waterfox. Also: Firefox 52, Firefox 57, Pale Moon, Min, Icecat, Tor, Qupzilla. I like to try out browsers.
Mail: Thunderbird
Music player: MPV, Radiotray
File manager: PCManFM
Office software: Libreoffice
Video player: MPV
Torrent: Deluge
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby Ardouos » 2017-12-12 22:04

Web browser: Firefox-ESR
Mail: Thunderbird
Music player: VLC/MPV
File manager: PCManFM
Office software: LibreOffice
Video player: VLC/MPV
Messaging/VOIP: Mumble/ Phone
Torrent: Deluge
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby sunrat » 2017-12-12 23:24

Web browser: Firefox57, Chrome (sometimes)
Mail: Thunderbird
Music player: DeadBeef (only non-repo program I regularly use)
File manager: Dolphin
Office software: LibreOffice
Video player: MPV
Messaging: Slack or Telegram in browser, KDE Connect
Torrent: KTorrent
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2017-12-13 00:24

Web Browser: Opera42, Firefox-esr
Mail: Kmail >> Thunderbird
Music player: Audacious, Streamtuner2, spotify
File manager: dolphin
Office software: Libreoffice, kate, okular
Notes: Tomboy, GoogleKeep (Android/ Chrome), Onenote2010 (playonlinux)
Video player: gnome-mpv, kodi, vlc
Messaging/VOIP: Whatsapp (chrome) / Blink, Twinkle
Torrent: ktorrent (I'd say works better than Transmission and deluge)
Alarm schedule: kalarm (very usefull app)
Desktop search: recollindex (All my files indexed with ocr, can find anything in a second)
Remote Control: KdeConnect (Android)
Graphics: Gimp, krita, inkscape, Kolourpaint
Capture: shutter, simplescreenrecorder
Compression: Peazip, 7z
Backup: attic, fsarchiver, duplicity
Others: GoogleEarth, Picasa3, FreeFileSync, playonlinux, keepassx, k3b
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2017-12-13 00:41

waterfox
https://www.waterfoxproject.org/#about
The browser itself is focused on power users, which lets you make the important decisions. There is no plugin whitelist, you can run whichever extensions you like and absolutely no data or telemetry is sent back to Mozilla or the Waterfox project.

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Features
Disabled Encrypted Media Extensions (EME)
Disabled Web Runtime (deprecated as of 2015)
Removed Pocket
Removed Telemetry
Removed data collection
Removed startup profiling
Allow running of all 64-Bit NPAPI plugins
Allow running of unsigned extensions
Removal of Sponsored Tiles on New Tab Page
Addition of Duplicate Tab option
Locale selector in about:preferences > General


>>Interesting browser based on firefox, It feels smooth and faster than firefox. :) , I will testing it for a while..
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby None1975 » 2017-12-13 12:33

Conkeror
Conkeror is a keyboard-oriented, highly-customizable, highly-extensible web browser based on Mozilla XULRunner, written mainly in JavaScript, and inspired by exceptional software such as Emacs and vi. Conkeror features a sophisticated keyboard system, allowing users to run commands and interact with content in powerful and novel ways. It is self-documenting, featuring a powerful interactive help system.
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2017-12-15 01:54

Aimp
AIMP (Artem Izmaylov Media Player) is a freeware audio player for Windows and Android,
https://www.aimp.ru/?do=features
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AIMP

Multi-format Playback:
.CDA, .AAC, .AC3, .APE, .DTS, .FLAC, .IT, .MIDI, .MO3, .MOD, .M4A, .M4B,
.MP1, .MP2, .MP3, .MPC, .MTM, .OFR, .OGG, .OPUS, .RMI, .S3M, .SPX, .TAK,
.TTA, .UMX, .WAV, .WMA, .WV, .XM, .DSF, .DFF, MKA, AA3, AT3, OMA, YouTube

Internet radio
Listen internet-radio stations in OGG / WAV / MP3 / AAC / AAC+ formats
Capture stream to APE, FLAC, OGG, WAV, WV, WMA and MP3 formats
Capture stream as is for MP3 / AAC / AAC+ formats

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see->> https://s18.postimg.org/gjvgxaduh/Escritorio_1_018.png

Tested with streamtuner2, works great and pretty nice:
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see->> https://s18.postimg.org/odw2j23rd/Escritorio_1_020.png


Tested Gold, with:
- wine-1.8.7 (Debian 1.8.7-2)
- AIMP v4.50, build 2048 (Portable Version)
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby Nili » 2017-12-16 10:09

I have been faithful to those for a while

File Manager: SpaceFM/udevil, ranger
Browser: Pale Moon, w3m, w3m-img
Terminal: URxvt, tmux
Window Manager: herbstluftwm, dmenu
Panel: Tint2
System info: conky-std, linuxbbq/env-info
Video Player: mpv
Image Viewer: FEH
Audio Player: DeaDBeeF
Text Editor: Leafpad
Sound Architecture: ALSA
Image Grabber: scrot
Cleaner: Bleachbit
Torrenting: μTserver
Other Snippets: ncdu, fdupes, deborphan, jmtpfs, caca-utils, file, psmisc.

There may be others, but first i've to verify history.log another time
OS: Devuan | WM: Openbox
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby Head_on_a_Stick » 2017-12-16 11:19

@Nili, that is an impressively slim list :cool:

I have to ask though: are you still using that bloaty bash shell?

I recommend https://packages.debian.org/stretch/mksh instead, here's why:
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632.0 KiB +  40.5 KiB = 672.5 KiB   mksh
  2.6 MiB +  56.5 KiB =   2.6 MiB   bash

It's literally twice as fast as bash — see my tests in this thread: https://forums.bunsenlabs.org/viewtopic.php?id=3794 — and it can be used as a drop-in replacement (as the default login shell) with this command:
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chsh -s /bin/ksh

There is a statically-linked version (built against dietlibc) which can be selected with:
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# update-alternatives --config ksh

Interactive shell configuration goes in ~/.mkshrc and login shell settings use ~/.profile (just like bash).

https://www.mirbsd.org/mksh.htm

EDIT: the sample configuration file has some useful functions and aliases and can be copied over with:
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cat /etc/skel/.mkshrc >> ~/.mkshrc

(This step is not needed for any new users created after mksh is installed, they will receive ~/.mkshrc automagically)
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