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  1. #21
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    amaroK :rock:
    Firefox
    Kaffeine
    Psi
    Terminal

  2. #22
    Amarok, Mplayer and apt-get.
    Ma homeboy is Jesus himself.

  3. #23
    the kernel.




    But seriously, gimme these programs and I'll be set
    zsh
    vim
    screen
    elinks
    irssi
    pork
    mutt

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    Open Office is by far the best piece of software to be released. i can get a whole office suite and not pay 400 bucks to do so.
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    I'd say Firefox and openoffice too. Some time ago I had Abi Word, and I wast very satisfied, but Open Office is a lot greater. Better than office too...

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    I'd say Firefox and openoffice too. Some time ago I had Abi Word, and I wast very satisfied, but Open Office is a lot greater. Better than office too...
    I agree openoffice is nice, but abiword is a lot faster. I know about some quickstarters, but hey are only for the 1.x versions of openoffice... And to be honest, they suck. If you know about any quickstarters for openoffice 1.9 please tell me!

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    Linux User Muser's Avatar
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    Firefox
    OpenOffice
    XMMS
    The GIMP
    Gaim

  9. #28
    My favs are:

    KMail
    Amarok
    KOrganizer
    Konqueror
    Quanta

    These are programs that I use pretty much regularly and they're all a real pleasure.

    I also use the GIMP quite a bit, but it's still lacking a few features that I would find useful, such as basic vector drawing tools and more advanced text editing capabilities.

    Open Office is great too, but it's sloooooooooow, especially the 1.9.whatever incarnation!

  10. #29
    Konqueror, K3b, Open Office, GIMP, Kopete, rdesktop, hell im a gui (kde 'specially) guy! Oh thats in order greatest to least of what i can think of now. Dont get me wrong, the console is probably my favorite aspect, its just not pleasing to the eyes.. on a constant basis...

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    Well, for me these are the best ones:

    gcc
    vi :smoke:
    emacs :rock:
    TeX/LaTeX

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