List of your linux Apps

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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby anticapitalista » 2017-12-16 11:30

File Manager: Rox, mc
Browser: Firefox-esr, dillo, links2 -g
Terminal: URxvt
Window Manager: herbstluftwm, dmenu
System info: inxi, env-info
Video Player: mpv
Image Viewer: feh
Audio Player: moc
Text Editor: Leafpad, geany
Sound Architecture: ALSA
Torrenting: rtorrent
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby Nili » 2017-12-16 12:34

@Head_on_a_Stick With that slim list i pass some small works :)

Why i use bash? BOO! Yes, why? i don't like it because it is bloated. I have read the mksh topic carefully on BunsenLabs, I even wanted to tried it but left for another time and didn't go back doing. I'll save the BL link on my todo stuff. Thanks, I value your help and efforts as usual. Many of your topics have helped me in many different ways.

Also, It is feels good to have a similar taste for few apps with anticapitalista :P
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby None1975 » 2017-12-16 13:27

File Manager: PcManFM, MC
Browser: Chromium, elinks
Terminal: urxvtd (urxvt terminal daemon), urxvtc (control the urxvtd daemon)
Window Manager: i3+i3bar
Video Player: smplayer, mpv
Image Viewer: feh
Audio Player: mpd+mpc+nmpcpp
Text Editor: Leafpad, Geany, Nano
Sound Architecture: ALSA
Screenshooter: scrot
Torrenting: rtorrent, or qbittorrent
System load viewers: top, htop
IRC: irssi
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby Nili » 2017-12-16 13:36

Very nice apps selection for None1975 aswell :)
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby None1975 » 2017-12-16 13:40

Nili wrote:Very nice apps selection for None1975 aswell :)

Thank you, Nili :)
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby anticapitalista » 2017-12-16 14:10

Nili wrote:
Also, It is feels good to have a similar taste for few apps with anticapitalista :P


More importantly is that there are at least 2 of us using herbstluftwm!
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2017-12-21 00:43

Auryo
SoundCloud client for your desktop.
Listen to SoundCloud® from the comfort of your desktop. Use keyboard shortcuts to navigate through your music. Be more productive.
http://auryo.com/#downloads

A worthy Client similar to spotify to listen music in desktop with SoundCloud :)
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2017-12-23 14:16

Great, great Linux alternative to Miscrosoft Visio. :)
30 trial days, then watermark! Trick: Exporting to SVG bypass Watermark.

Edraw Max
Edraw Max is a versatile diagram software, with features that make it perfect not only for professional-looking flowcharts, org charts, network diagrams and mind maps, but also building plans, business charts, workflows, fashion designs, UML diagrams, electrical engineering diagrams, directional maps and database model diagrams.
https://www.edrawsoft.com/download-edrawmax-linux.php

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Draftsight

FREE* CAD Proffesional SOFTWARE-> in my opinion best linux alternative to Autodesk CAD (Its almost a clone,keeps same interface)
http://www.3ds.com/products-services/dr ... -download/
(Ubuntu download seems compatible with debian Jessie, installed without any problem)
*******DraftSight is unsupported on Linux 32bit machines

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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby debiman » 2017-12-24 08:10

File Manager: pcmanfm, urxvt/bash
Browser: seamonkey (also mail client)
Terminal: URxvt
Window Manager: openbox
Panel: tint2
System info: conky
Video Player: mpv
Image Viewer: feh/geeqie (feh doesn't do much post-processing on zoomed images, looks pixely)
Audio Player: mocp, mpv + youtube-dl for web stuff (also soundcloud etc.)
Text Editor: geany
Sound Architecture: ALSA
Image Grabber: maim
Torrenting: transmission-daemon (web interface)

@Nili: what's μTserver?

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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby Wheelerof4te » 2017-12-24 11:37

Debian 9 KDE Plasma:
Web Browser: Chrome (too lazy to setup FF57 on Debian Stable)
File manager: dolphin
Mail: K-Mail
Office: LibreOffice
Audio Player: Amarok
Video Player: VLC
Torrent: Qbittorrent
VOIP: Viber, Skype
Text Editor: Kate

I'm impressed with KDE Plasma. Best modernized Windows 7 GUI ever :D
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby Nili » 2017-12-25 07:33

debiman wrote:@Nili: what's μTserver?
Merry Christmas everyone!

µTorrent for Linux
It's a binary client which resembles much with early 2 version series. Once is launched from console , Managed via WebUI localhost. No dirty features or adds are stick to it.
...But is a closed source, we don't know much about inside, i am using for years (though I stopped seeding) but is very lighter on source. The tool isn't updated in ages and apparently seems dead according to a dev.

None1975 wrote:Thank you, Nili :)

Welcome, glad to hear you're doing a hop on hlwm, hopefully leave you a good impression.

anticapitalista wrote:More importantly is that there are at least 2 of us using herbstluftwm!

Well, We're counting None1975 on the hlwm fam on this forum. I have impression that even machinebacon runs hlwm on BBQ. Indeed, herbstluftwm It is not very common but i find enough on the i3 level.

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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby debiman » 2017-12-25 13:11

Nili wrote:µTorrent for Linux
It's a binary client which resembles much with early 2 version series. Once is launched from console , Managed via WebUI localhost. No dirty features or adds are stick to it.
...But is a closed source, we don't know much about inside, i am using for years (though I stopped seeding) but is very lighter on source. The tool isn't updated in ages and apparently seems dead according to a dev.

i see.
thanks for the info.
i won't be using it then.
but the server - web client model works very well for me; why keep an expensive gui alive when all you really want is to share torrents.
i'm not sure how transmission-daemon fares in the lightweightness, i was thinking of changing to rtorrent many times.
i remember using µtorrent ages ago, before i switched to linux. in the beginning it was truly lightweight, but at some point they jumped onto the gravy train => adware. and not lightweight anymore. even that must have been more than 5 years ago.
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby Nili » 2017-12-25 14:08

debiman wrote:i see.
thanks for the info.
i won't be using it then.
but the server - web client model works very well for me; why keep an expensive gui alive when all you really want is to share torrents.
i'm not sure how transmission-daemon fares in the lightweightness, i was thinking of changing to rtorrent many times.
i remember using µtorrent ages ago, before i switched to linux. in the beginning it was truly lightweight, but at some point they jumped onto the gravy train => adware. and not lightweight anymore. even that must have been more than 5 years ago.

Agree regarding webclient, i find very practical and manageable everywhere.

I used on my past rutorrent, transmission-daemon, ctorrent and utorrent-webui. These are all lightweight but with good and weak points here and there. I agree better on webui than a GUI that consumes a lot of Mem. Tixati, Deluge and qBittorrent were last gui-torrent i used.
I don't seed that much nowdays, but used to do plenty of time 24/7 on #asiandvdclub tracker.

µtorrent 2.* it was the standard application for all torrent admirer before returning to a piece of trash can years later. So yes, it was good time as it lasted.

rTorrent cli or with ruTorrent it is worth configuring and using imho.
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby Innovate » 2017-12-25 23:43

bester, you don't need to wine google earth anymore.
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=130560

Google Earth Enterprise Client
https://github.com/google/earthenterpri ... Client-(EC)
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2017-12-26 09:02

Innovate wrote:bester, you don't need to wine google earth anymore.
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=130560

Google Earth Enterprise Client
https://github.com/google/earthenterpri ... Client-(EC)

Hi, Innovate, good to know it, I see they already are in 7.3 version, I installed the debian client, and the main windows shows as a small square (2x2 inches), so its not working properly in my system.

My experience with google earth linux installations has always been defective, its always needed some tweaks. right now, ive installed 7.1 native and 6.2 wine's working good. And still, wine's versions seems to works smoother..
I like very much wine playonlinux bottles, they works like a plug and play console cartridge, I keep them in raw files images and i add them to fstab when i want to make use of them. It also helps you to keep smaller and cleaner your system installation.

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