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List of your linux Apps

Postby Gew » 2020-12-23 11:45

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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2021-03-17 18:55

** Alternative to PeaZip

7zip (p7zip-desktop)
7-Zip is a file archiver with a high compression ratio, this package also includes the graphic frontend for maximum cosiness on the desktop.
P7Zip - Desktop is a soft-fork of p7zip, the copyright is owned by: Igor Pavlov for most of the code, Ernesto Castellotti (erny.castell@gmail.com) for the patches necessary for the operation of the p7zip GUI with Snap, and by other contributors (eg Debian Developers for its patches to p7zip).

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sudo snap install p7zip-desktop
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby craigevil » 2021-03-19 21:32

Same version of p7zip is in Debian.
p7zip/unstable,now 16.02+dfsg-8 arm64 [installed,automatic]
7zr file archiver with high compression ratio

p7zip-full/unstable,now 16.02+dfsg-8 arm64 [installed,automatic]
7z and 7za file archivers with high compression ratio

As far as Flatpak goes I have one app installed Bitwarden.
Same goes for Snap, Chromium Beta , Version 90.0.4430.19 (Official Build) snap (64-bit), oh and the Snap-Store app.
Along with all the cruft that comes with installing either one.
Packages: 2205 (dpkg), 6 (flatpak), 9 (snap)
Flatpak:
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flatpak list
Name                          Application ID                                 Version           Branch          Installation
Bitwarden                     com.bitwarden.desktop                          1.7.0             stable          system
Freedesktop Platform          org.freedesktop.Platform                       18.08.39          18.08           system
Freedesktop Platform          org.freedesktop.Platform                       20.08.6           20.08           system
default                       org.freedesktop.Platform.GL.default                              20.08           system
html5-codecs                  org.freedesktop.Platform.html5-codecs                            18.08           system
Breeze Gtk theme              org.gtk.Gtk3theme.Breeze                                         3.22            system
 


Snap:
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snap list
Name               Version                     Rev    Tracking       Publisher   Notes
chromium           90.0.4430.19                1519   latest/beta    canonical✓  -
core               16-2.49                     10862  latest/stable  canonical✓  core
core18             20210128                    1990   latest/stable  canonical✓  base
core20             20201210                    907    latest/stable  canonical✓  base
gnome-3-28-1804    3.28.0-19-g98f9e67.98f9e67  147    latest/stable  canonical✓  -
gnome-3-34-1804    0+git.3556cb3               68     latest/stable  canonical✓  -
gtk-common-themes  0.1-50-gf7627e4             1514   latest/stable  canonical✓  -
snap-store         3.38.0-55-geb45541          499    latest/stable  canonical✓  -
 
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2021-03-19 21:47

craigevil wrote:Same version of p7zip is in Debian.
p7zip/unstable,now 16.02+dfsg-8 arm64 [installed,automatic]
7zr file archiver with high compression ratio

p7zip-full/unstable,now 16.02+dfsg-8 arm64 [installed,automatic]
7z and 7za file archivers with high compression ratio
...


My flatpaks
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Evolution - Gestione su correo-e, contactos y calendario   org.gnome.Evolution   3.36.3  (by Flathub.org)   stable   x86_64   flathub   system
Meld - Compare y combine sus archivos   org.gnome.meld   3.20.2   stable   x86_64   flathub   system
GnuCash - Gestione sus finanzas, cuentas e inversiones   org.gnucash.GnuCash   4.4   stable   x86_64   flathub   system
Kodi - Media center   tv.kodi.Kodi   18.8-Leia   stable   x86_64   flathub   system


I use mainly snaps: :o , having to stay in Stretch I need to use them
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Name                             Version                     Rev    Tracking          Publisher        Notes
auryo                            2.5.4                       208    latest/stable     sneljo           -
authy                            1.8.3                       5      latest/beta       twilio-authy     -
bitwarden                        1.22.2                      31     latest/stable     bitwarden*       -
brave                            1.15.76                     82     latest/stable     brave            -
chromium                         88.0.4324.146               1475   latest/stable     canonical*       -
chromium-ffmpeg                  0.1                         17     latest/stable     canonical*       -
deadbeef-vs                      1.8.2-snap1                 5      latest/stable     vasilisc         -
drive                            current                     22     latest/stable     fireeye          -
losslesscut                      3.32.0                      62     latest/stable     mifino           -
okular                           20.04.0                     98     latest/stable     kde*             -
opera                            67.0.3575.53                67     latest/stable     opera-software*  -
p7zip-desktop                    16.02.2                     220    latest/stable     ernytech         -
riseup-vpn                       0.20.4                      161    latest/stable     leapsnaps        classic
shortwave                        1.1.1                       1      latest/stable     alexmurray       -
snap-store                       3.38.0-59-g494f078          518    latest/stable     canonical*       -
tizonia                          0.22.0                      482    latest/stable     tizonia          -


Auryo: Very good App to listen SoundCloud
Bitwarden
DeadBeef: Works better snap's version than native one
drive: Client to push files to GoogleDrive
losslesscut: App to cut movies
riseup-vpn: free vpn
shortwave: App radio
tizonia: Command app to listen cloud music
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby sunrat » 2021-03-19 23:44

craigevil wrote:Along with all the cruft that comes with installing either one.

Can you work out how much cruft they pull in? I did a simulate install of some snap package and it wanted to install something like a gigabyte of runtime dependencies. Abandoned that crazy idea and found a perfectly good native alternative which used a few MB. Flatpak is similar afaik.
Containerised applications are a disease imo. Some call it windowsisation. I prefer Linux. This is the way. :wink:
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2021-03-19 23:49

sunrat wrote:
craigevil wrote:Along with all the cruft that comes with installing either one.

Can you work out how much cruft they pull in? I did a simulate install of some snap package and it wanted to install something like a gigabyte of runtime dependencies. Abandoned that crazy idea and found a perfectly good native alternative which used a few MB. Flatpak is similar afaik.
Containerised applications are a disease imo. Some call it windowsisation. I prefer Linux. This is the way. :wink:

All lies or fake news, most apps share same cores packages so, its the almost same to install a deb once youve installed first core components snap/flatpak
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby sunrat » 2021-03-20 01:47

bester69 wrote:once youve installed first core components snap/flatpak

It's those core components I was asking about. Many hundreds of megabytes.
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby craigevil » 2021-03-20 15:54

Packages: 2205 (dpkg), 6 (flatpak), 9 (snap)
Running Lxde, updated from PI OS to sid and removed a bunch of crap along the way.
My entire system is only taking up 13GB on the SDcard. Once you install the cores that snap requires the actual packages are about the same size or less than the same package installed using apt. Now flatpacks are crazy which is why I only have one installed.
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Partition: ID-1: / size: 233.31 GiB used: 13.54 GiB (5.8%) fs: ext4 dev: /dev/mmcblk0p2
           ID-2: /boot size: 252 MiB used: 47.8 MiB (19.0%) fs: vfat dev: /dev/mmcblk0p1
Swap:      ID-1: swap-1 type: zram size: 256 MiB used: 0 KiB (0.0%) dev: /dev/zram0
           ID-2: swap-2 type: file size: 100 MiB used: 0 KiB (0.0%) file: /var/swap
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby craigevil » 2021-03-20 16:02

Here's Okular for example:
Flatpak info:
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org.kde.okular permissions:
    ipc                  network              cups      pulseaudio      wayland      x11     dri
    file access [1]      dbus access [2]

    [1] host, xdg-config/kdeglobals:ro
    [2] com.canonical.AppMenu.Registrar


        ID                               Branch          Op          Remote           Download
 1.     org.kde.Platform.Locale          5.15            i           flathub          < 341.6 MB (partial)
 2.     org.kde.Platform                 5.15            i           flathub          < 346.2 MB
 3.     org.kde.okular.Locale            stable          i           flathub            < 3.1 MB (partial)
 4.     org.kde.okular                   stable          i           flathub           < 60.4 MB


Now using APT, keep in mind I do have a couple of kde apps already installed.
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The following NEW packages will be installed:
  kded5 kinit kio kpackagetool5 libaccounts-glib0 libaccounts-qt5-1 libchm1 libepub0 libfam0 libkaccounts2 libkf5activities5 libkf5archive5
  libkf5attica5 libkf5auth-data libkf5authcore5 libkf5bluezqt-data libkf5bluezqt6 libkf5bookmarks-data libkf5bookmarks5 libkf5codecs-data
  libkf5codecs5 libkf5completion-data libkf5completion5 libkf5config-data libkf5configcore5 libkf5configgui5 libkf5configwidgets-data
  libkf5configwidgets5 libkf5coreaddons-data libkf5coreaddons5 libkf5crash5 libkf5dbusaddons-data libkf5dbusaddons5 libkf5declarative-data
  libkf5declarative5 libkf5doctools5 libkf5globalaccel-bin libkf5globalaccel-data libkf5globalaccel5 libkf5globalaccelprivate5 libkf5guiaddons5
  libkf5i18n-data libkf5i18n5 libkf5iconthemes-data libkf5iconthemes5 libkf5itemviews-data libkf5itemviews5 libkf5jobwidgets-data libkf5jobwidgets5
  libkf5js5 libkf5jsapi5 libkf5kexiv2-15.0.0 libkf5khtml-data libkf5khtml5 libkf5kiocore5 libkf5kiogui5 libkf5kiontlm5 libkf5kiowidgets5
  libkf5notifications-data libkf5notifications5 libkf5package-data libkf5package5 libkf5parts-data libkf5parts5 libkf5pty-data libkf5pty5
  libkf5purpose-bin libkf5purpose5 libkf5quickaddons5 libkf5service-bin libkf5service-data libkf5service5 libkf5solid5 libkf5solid5-data
  libkf5sonnet5-data libkf5sonnetcore5 libkf5sonnetui5 libkf5textwidgets-data libkf5textwidgets5 libkf5threadweaver5 libkf5wallet-bin
  libkf5wallet-data libkf5wallet5 libkf5widgetsaddons-data libkf5widgetsaddons5 libkf5windowsystem-data libkf5windowsystem5 libkf5xmlgui-data
  libkf5xmlgui5 libkwalletbackend5-5 libokular5core9 libphonon4qt5-4 libphonon4qt5-data libpolkit-qt5-1-1 libqmobipocket2 libqt5texttospeech5
  libsignon-qt5-1 libxcb-res0 libzip4 okular okular-extra-backends phonon4qt5 phonon4qt5-backend-vlc qml-module-org-kde-bluezqt
  qml-module-org-kde-kquickcontrolsaddons qml-module-qt-labs-folderlistmodel qml-module-qt-labs-settings qml-module-qtqml
  qml-module-qtquick-dialogs qml-module-qtquick-privatewidgets
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby LE_746F6D617A7A69 » 2021-03-22 21:08

sunrat wrote:
craigevil wrote:Along with all the cruft that comes with installing either one.
(...)
Containerised applications are a disease imo. Some call it windowsisation. I prefer Linux. This is the way. :wink:

I agree - this is a "windowsisation" in a pure form.

What's funny, Winblows was always accused of not being able to deliver stable ABI, what in turn have caused that many/most_of application developers were forced to distribute specific versions of runtime libs along with their programs -> flatpak is just re-inventing that square stone, pretending that it's really a wheel... ;)

Excluding an obvious waste of storage space, flatpak distributes outdated/or the newest and untested shared objects (libraries), for which not being reliable is the least significant problem: injecting of trojan code is just trivially easy.
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2021-03-24 20:15

** Best linux manager Reminder alarms Clock (Very underrated linux app) :?
>> this litle app is without any dude one of 20 best linux app :!:, never fails, 100% stable, most usable app 8)

kalarm
KAlarm is a personal alarm message, command and email scheduler application integrated with the KDE desktop environment. When a scheduled alarm goes off, KAlarm can display a text message or image file, run a command, send an email or play a sound file, acting like an alarm clock.
https://apps.kde.org/en_GB/kalarm

Features:
    Display alarms using your own text message, the text generated by a command, or a text or image file.
    Audible alarm using a sound file
    Recurring alarm on an hours/minutes, daily, weekly, monthly or annual basis, or set it to trigger every time you log in.
    Display alarms color and font customization
    Support for multiple alarm calendars, which for example enables you to share alarms between a laptop and desktop computer.

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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby craigevil » 2021-03-26 19:25

Yes Kalarm is a great app.

Apps I use many times a day.
Chromium and Firefox, and occasionally Librewolf or Tor browser
irssi
CopyQ
Guake Terminal
nano
Revolt (Matrix client)
conky
Feathernotes
Games: Crossfire, Minetest
A/V: Audacious, Smplayer (trying to work my way through several hours worth of Python videos)
VScode ( had issues with vscodium)
Uget
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2021-03-26 20:31

craigevil wrote:Yes Kalarm is a great app.

Apps I use many times a day.
Chromium and Firefox, and occasionally Librewolf or Tor browser
irssi
CopyQ
Guake Terminal
nano
Revolt (Matrix client)
conky
Feathernotes
Games: Crossfire, Minetest
A/V: Audacious, Smplayer (trying to work my way through several hours worth of Python videos)
VScode ( had issues with vscodium)
Uget

I use :
Brave, Guake (curiously I have kde and use guake insteed yakuake :o )
kodi (to play streaming Brrrip releases torrents)
Smplayer (i use it everyday to watch youtube by dragging vid or using Ctrl+U)
copyq (for sure)
Cherrytree for notes (open up ultra quick and richtext and node tabs)
I dont use Audacious, I use Cantata..I made a script to be able to link music files to mpd's library before to play on clicking..
tizonia to listen SoundCloud and Youtube music
Games: Swat4 (wine 1.4, playonlinux)
kmail and kalarm
kdeconnect: to receive movil notifications and use copy/paste in both directions movil/pc
sometimes use wget, and ktorrent for torrents
amule to find and dowload ebooks or ancient movies, or propietary software
rclone, duplicity and borg for backups.. I use duplicity with rclone backend to push duplicity backups into cloud
fsarchiver to backup system patition to local folder and then push into cloud with duplicity+rclone backend

I think you might replace Feathernotes with Cherrytree :o
You might also try deadbeef instead audacious, they're very similar
for podcasts : Cantata or Spotify are best choices available
for radio: I'd recommend you shortwave
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby Cyborg » 2021-04-04 15:21

Thanks for recommending lossless-cut. I'd been using flowblade for a while, but it's given me some trouble recently and lossless-cut is perfect for the simple edits I need to do.
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2021-04-04 20:09

Cyborg wrote:Thanks for recommending lossless-cut. I'd been using flowblade for a while, but it's given me some trouble recently and lossless-cut is perfect for the simple edits I need to do.

You're welcome :o
lossles-cut is best app for cutting movies available in linux..I use it as well when i need to shorten youtube vids...It works vert well and very easy
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