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  1. I'm not sure if they work the way you want, but...

    I'm not sure if they work the way you want, but you could try one of these apps.
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    I use K9Copy...

    I use K9Copy and dvd::rip.
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    I'm not sure if they will meet your needs, but...

    I'm not sure if they will meet your needs, but NCrypt and Sweeper are a couple other apps you could look at.
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    There are quite a few. You can find a list here...

    There are quite a few. You can find a list here. I'd start with QCad.
  5. Thread: video editor

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    I find Avidemux...

    I find Avidemux to be very easy to use for simple tasks.
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    It sounds like you need to use an OCR...

    It sounds like you need to use an OCR software package to create text files from the scans and then run those text files through a script to look for the data that you want. I'd suggest trying a few...
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    Have you tried aget...

    Have you tried aget? I don't know if it provides the feature you want, but it does have the stated goal of being a FlashGet replacement.
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    See here...

    See here for a list of Dreamweaver alternatives. I use Quanta for my website, but it you prefer a true WYSIWYG app then check out Amaya, TruStudio, or Kompozer. Nvu is no longer being developed....
  9. What version are you using? I'm guessing Kubuntu...

    What version are you using? I'm guessing Kubuntu Feisty from the messages below.

    Start off by running the following two commands:
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get upgrade

    If any errors still...
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    GpsDrive...

    GpsDrive might be what you are looking for.

    If you want something beyond just GPS, one cool solution is nGhost. It can integrate 3rd party GPS apps, while also providing a good interface for music...
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    There is an online tool call TimeTrex...

    There is an online tool call TimeTrex that might meet your needs. You can find a list of other project management apps here.
  12. Thread: PDF Creation

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    There are quite a few. PDFedit...

    There are quite a few. PDFedit is one of the best for modifying PDFs, but if all you need to do is create then I'd start with OpenOffice.org Writer. It can save as PDF.
  13. Thread: calendar

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    A couple other terminal calendar applications...

    A couple other terminal calendar applications that I'm aware of are Wyrd and pal. You might want to check them out and see if they can meet your needs.
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    QFrameCatcher...

    QFrameCatcher is another option.
  15. Thread: Hub client

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    I'd check out the Linux DC++ Client...

    I'd check out the Linux DC++ Client or Valknut.
  16. Thread: parelells?

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    That's reasonable. VMware's high end ESX server...

    That's reasonable. VMware's high end ESX server platform essentially does the same thing. The main issues to watch out for are memory usage since you since you will be running multiple operating...
  17. Thread: Media Centre

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    How about something like Elisa...

    How about something like Elisa of My Media System? I assume a 10' UI is a requirement. If not, there could be other options available.
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    That's good news. I'm glad you didn't lose...

    That's good news. I'm glad you didn't lose everything.
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    I don't know what TTH is, but you can find links...

    I don't know what TTH is, but you can find links to a couple DC++ clients here.
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    I'd give TestDisk...

    I'd give TestDisk a try first.
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    I haven't used them, but a few ncurses audio...

    I haven't used them, but a few ncurses audio players include: TiMidity++, Juice, Workbone, and MOC.
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    One possibility is Jabbin...

    One possibility is Jabbin. It's a Jabber based IM client with VoIP support. It uses the Jingle VoIP protocol and is compatible with Google Talk. I'm not sure about other VoIP programs.
  23. KVM (http://linuxappfinder.com/package/kvm) does....

    KVM does. It actually requires Intel VT or AMD-V.

    There are a lot of options that will work with a Core 2 Duo though, regardless of specifically using VT or not. All of them on this list should...
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    If you are planning to use the virtual machine...

    If you are planning to use the virtual machine for anything with graphics then VMware Player is a better option that VMware Server. It doesn't have as many features for setting up a virtual machine,...
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    Actually, there is an alternative called MyBooks...

    Actually, there is an alternative called MyBooks Professional. You install a Windows version first, convert your QuickBooks files, and then transfer them to MyBooks on Linux.
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