List of your linux Apps

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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby Ardouos » 2016-02-01 13:17

Disk Encryption:
cryptsetup + LUKS: Volume level disk encryption

ecryptfs: File system Level encryption
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2016-02-02 05:42

Ardouos wrote:Disk Encryption:
cryptsetup + LUKS: Volume level disk encryption

ecryptfs: File system Level encryption


nice :wink:
i prefer to stay to easy known graphics interfaces,
so i think Truecrypt its my choice (its works like a charm in windows and linux), i can set my "Truecrypt traveller disk", so i can mount anywhere my encrypted usb volume disk. And even when it has been dropped, it can still live for ages
encfs and Cryptkeeper (encfs GUI) for file system Level encryption. --> i use it to upload my private documentes in MEGA

i would recommend you Cryptkeeper, its very easy to and works pretty well
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2016-02-02 05:49

Unified Remote:
https://www.unifiedremote.com/
https://www.unifiedremote.com/download/other#linux

I think this is the best software for control remote desktop in linux.

I use it to manage my Kodi linux Media Center with android.
It give you several manos:
- Media
- Basic Input (touchpad and keyboard)
- Navegation
- etc
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2016-03-12 04:07

I'd recommend mate-system-monitor :wink: :wink:
mate-system-monitor is a fork of gnome-system-monitor

i find mate-monitor-system best monitor system appplication, very easy to use,and very complete, i always install it in my kde replacing ksysguard.

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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2016-03-15 19:42

Vivaldi browser
Vivaldi is targeted at power users and might just be the browser haven you were looking for.
There are lots of nifty little features already built in, including tab previews and the ability to move tabs to any corner of the browser window.
It has brilliant tab-management features, including a search box that lets you find an open tab by typing in keywords and a “tiling” view that lets you see several tabs side by side.



Nice and interesting alternative to Chromium /Opera browser:
https://vivaldi.com/?lang=en
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby stevepusser » 2016-03-15 21:44

Truecrypt can't be compiled on Jessie, unfortunately.

If you like mpv, I built some debs of the latest mpv 0.16 on the stock Jessie chroot provided by the Open SUSE build service; it's pretty nice to have their build farm do the compiling and hosting for free.

This version differs from the Debian builds in that it has an internal version of ffmpeg 3.0, libass, and some other libraries, so it's bigger, but won't mess up any other programs. The debs are in the i386 or amd64 folders. http://download.opensuse.org/repositori ... ebian_8.0/
The MX Linux repositories: Backports galore! If we don't have something, just ask and we'll try--we like challenges. New packages: Calibre 3.48.0, QMPlay2 19.09.03, wine-staging 4.16, Telegram-desktop 1.8.8, Pale Moon 28.7.1, Waterfox 56.2.14
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby sgosnell » 2016-03-16 03:12

Veracrypt is a viable replacement for TrueCrypt. It installs easily using the included installer.
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2016-03-18 06:20

bester69 wrote:Vivaldi browser
Vivaldi is targeted at power users and might just be the browser haven you were looking for.
There are lots of nifty little features already built in, including tab previews and the ability to move tabs to any corner of the browser window.
It has brilliant tab-management features, including a search box that lets you find an open tab by typing in keywords and a “tiling” view that lets you see several tabs side by side.

Nice and interesting alternative to Chromium /Opera browser:
https://vivaldi.com/?lang=en


Slimjet >> Vivaldi

Slimjet Browser Best linux Chromium browser based on
After Chrome dropped Chrome 32 bits, Slimjet offers a great alternative

Features:
- Integrated last peeperFlash plugin
- Integrated block ads
...
http://www.slimjet.com/en/featurelist.php
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby Innovate » 2016-03-19 11:35

Hmm.... when talk about "Linux Apps" prefix.
I've 4 groups of softwares.
1) Cross-Platforms(Avaliable install all for Linux(.deb), Windows(.exe), Mac(.dmg))
2) Linux Only(Softwares that can't be found on other platforms than Linux)
3) Wine Apps
4) Chrome Apps
Does that means I can post only 2)? :shock:

If "List of your Apps on Linux" I'd post all 4 without prefix.
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2016-03-19 18:46

Innovate wrote:Hmm.... when talk about "Linux Apps" prefix.
I've 4 groups of softwares.
1) Cross-Platforms(Avaliable install all for Linux(.deb), Windows(.exe), Mac(.dmg))
2) Linux Only(Softwares that can't be found on other platforms than Linux)
3) Wine Apps
4) Chrome Apps
Does that means I can post only 2)? :shock:

If "List of your Apps on Linux" I'd post all 4 without prefix.

you post all you are able to install on linux, and you believe is worhty to share with us
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby Innovate » 2016-03-20 01:28

Ok, I'll share mine later after this. :wink:
I might post screenshot icons in folder as list.
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2016-04-08 21:48

Good SIP Skype Alternative:
http://icanblink.com/blink-pro.phtml
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby ralph.ronnquist » 2016-04-09 00:26

I'm not sure this forum is the right place to advertise for Apple Mac programs.

Or maybe I misread, and it really is free or non-free software that runs on Debian.
Could you please post the you have instructions for how to do so.
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby GarryRicketson » 2016-04-09 01:49

ralph.ronnquist wrote:I'm not sure this forum is the right place to advertise for Apple Mac programs.

Or maybe I misread, and it really is free or non-free software that runs on Debian.
Could you please post the you have instructions for how to do so.

I got bored and tired of reading the junk the OP posts, so I did not see it at first, but when I saw the above post , I decided better take a look, the OP does have a history of promoting MS Windows mal-ware as well.
Any way at the site the OP is promoting, in the download section there are some general instructions for "linux" they don't seem to realize that there are many Linux distributions, and not all of them can use the same install instructions, my advise to anyone is DO NOT risk crashing their Debian system using this software the OP is trying to promote.
For more details read the "don't break Debian" at the wiki :
From: https://wiki.debian.org/DontBreakDebianOn Debian installing software from random websites is a bad habit.
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2016-04-09 11:38

ralph.ronnquist wrote:I'm not sure this forum is the right place to advertise for Apple Mac programs.

Or maybe I misread, and it really is free or non-free software that runs on Debian.
Could you please post the you have instructions for how to do so.


There are very few quality (pro) applications for linux, Really, i find difficult sometimes to find great good applications that be open source (anyways they are always the same few knowed for all of us), this cross-over application has been developed to run also on linux, we should be grateful..

i see some people has a lot of prejudices.., If you consider this forum is not the right place to post anything not open source, please promote a rule about it, and we'll end up with all this hate. its not the first time the evil cat attack ..

Ive been for three years long playing with my debian linux, installing any kind of stuff, doing and undoind installations packages, mixing Ubuntu,Mint and others repositories sources, and i never broken my system, (indeed im not sure what does that mean), Now i've installed 32 and 64 bits packages all togethers, propietary software,and even running ubuntu kernel in my jessie system, and ive never had a problem dependency or virus.

If you have a problem with packages or dependecies, you can ask to aptitude which way to follow, are you always might do a DIST-UPGRADE, and everything will come to normal, please dont frighten to people. Best way to learn is to play and experience.. Anyway well are enought grown people able to know where to go or who are to be with,
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