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    15 Must Have Applications in Ubuntu

    haven't really tried it !
    well .. tell us why ekiga then ?
    Posted 06-20-2010 at 03:41 PM by sheshta sheshta is offline
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    Posted 06-19-2010 at 11:32 PM by Mr-Bisquit Mr-Bisquit is offline
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    15 Must Have Applications in Ubuntu

    oh yess .. Kate is much much better ! i love the auto complete from what you've previously written .. pretty smart move .. all KDE programs have smart functions .. which makes their programs very handy
    Posted 06-19-2010 at 09:12 AM by sheshta sheshta is offline
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    15 Must Have Applications in Ubuntu

    I prefer kate to gedit
    Posted 06-19-2010 at 06:47 AM by ultimate_linux ultimate_linux is offline
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    15 Must Have Applications in Ubuntu

    Thanks /.. glad you liked it ..

    for more cool open source tips check http://sheshtawy.wordpress.com
    Posted 06-18-2010 at 03:36 PM by sheshta sheshta is offline
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    15 Must Have Applications in Ubuntu

    Of the apps you recommend, I find the most useful for the non-developer is VirtualBox. Its no londer necessary to dual boot with Windows. I can conserve the Windows drive (in my case a separate hard disk) for other uses.
    Most importantly it gives me the capacity to experiment with other distros. I'm currently running Ubuntu Jaunty as my "main" OS, but I have installed other distros -mandriva, debian, knoppix, damn small linux, Open SUSE etc. --you get the picture. One can play with and evaluate the various linus distros and unix like systems. I really enjoy experimenting with apps and systems and intend to download some of the apps you listed. Thanks for that.
    Posted 06-18-2010 at 02:36 PM by biggocharley biggocharley is offline

  



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