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[News] A Look at GNU/Linux Applications: Leafpad, gThumb, etc.

  • Subject: [News] A Look at GNU/Linux Applications: Leafpad, gThumb, etc.
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 03 May 2010 12:11:42 +0100
  • Followup-to: comp.os.linux.advocacy
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Leafpad: Yet another Linux text editor

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| In my most recent series of articles I have 
| been highlighting different Linux text 
| editors. Why? Because a lot of users hate 
| using text based editors. Although a big fan 
| of the text-based editor (I like the 
| simplicity and the speed), I can see where a 
| solid GUI tool would be far more appealing 
| to many users than the text-based editor.


Discrete Geometry ViewerâImage Analysis and Manipulation

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| Developed by Australian PhD student Shekhar 
| Chandra at Monash University, Discrete 
| Geometry Viewer (DGV) is an intriguing piece 
| of software. As a general package, DGV, 
| along with its various extensions, is a 
| quantum mechanical toolkit and 3-D viewer 
| for C++. It allows data visualisation via 
| images, surface and volume plots using 
| OpenGL, as well as rapidly developed Quantum 
| Mechanical Simulations. It uses the Blitz++, 
| VTK visualisation and open-source Qt 
| libraries.


gThumb: The Free Software IrfanView

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| So you've done it, you moved over to 
| GNU/Linux (or you made your move a while 
| ago). Everything works and you're happy with 
| it. Well, for a while now, I've been asked 
| the same question on many occasions, a 
| question I did not previously have a good 
| answer to, "Can I use IrfanView with Debian 
| [Ubuntu, Fedora, etc.]".
| [...]
| There is even plugins for burning files to 
| an optical disc, and uploading images to 
| Facebook, Flickr, and Picasa Web Albums. 
| Right from inside gThumb.
| And just for the record, gThumb starts in -- 
| well, I'd like to time it, but it starts to 
| fast. gThumb starts in less than a second on 
| my single-core system, I can only imagine 
| what it's like on an Intel i7.


Tripp Lite's PowerAlert Now Fully Supports the Linux OS

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| Tripp Lite has released a new version of its 
| PowerAlert power management software that 
| includes full USB communications capability 
| for the Linux operating system.

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