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well as a coder i have to say VIM (pretty colours ) and although i use it more on win than linux firefox...
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    well as a coder i have to say VIM (pretty colours )
    and although i use it more on win than linux firefox

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    Gosh, there are so many... I use OpenOffice daily as well as Firefox. Thunderbird and Evolution are great Email apps. I think K3b is the greatest CD burner/creator regardless of OS. At work, we couldn't live without Gnumeric, Xmms or Krusader. Ssh is indispensable as well.
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    I like many of the ones listed so far, obviously, and now really wan to emerge frozen bubble, I've heard alot of good things, but that brings me to one that I am in love with now, portage...what a wonderful package management system! Only been using it for a few days now, but its amazing me!
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    Terminal, OpenOffice, Xmms, Xine, Seahorse, Firestarter and Gedit.

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    Openoffice, THE GIMP and Cedega are my favourites

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    X, gnome, firefox, inkscape, gimp, apache, gedit, vim, thunderbird, gaim, xevil (www.xevil.com), gxine

    I switch between openoffice and AbiWord all the time because OO.o ismore complex, but on my pentium |||, AbiWord is a lot faster

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    Hi all,

    Quote Originally Posted by zachtib
    I'll think outside of the box and say YaST
    YaST is a nice all-in-one administration program, and it makes setting up my SuSE boxes very easy, and removes the need for 12 or so random programs such as KUser, Hardware setup, etc
    Wow, I never thought of that. What a great piece of software indeed. I use Yast on a daily basis, whether it is installing new software (or removing it) and updating my laptop. I do appreciate a great administration tool like Yast.

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