appnr

Appnr is a great resource to find useful Ubuntu applications. Each application is accompanied by screen shots, specifications and user-ratings so you have enough information before downloading.

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Ubuntu Karmic Koala Beta has finallly been released here are some feature overviews and download links for Ubuntu 9.10

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Today happens to be a relatively active day for Linux testers. Earlier in the day, Milestone 8 for Novell’s openSUSE 11.2 was released to the public for testing. The linux variant has got various bug fixes and feature additions, though it’s worth noting that it is a development build and is recommended only for those who can endure a few bugs and glitches here and there.

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Freebeer

FREE BEER is open source alcohol. It was an experiment by students of an IT University in Copenhagen to port open source ideas into the real world. FREE BEER can be brewed anywhere, and you can sell it since it is not free as in free-of-charge. FREE BEER is a great way to educate people about the methods and functions of Open Source technology.

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gMusicBrowser

Written in perl, gMusicBrowser supports many popular formats. It’s plugin support makes it the best music player for Linux.

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Ksplice

Ksplice lets us apply all the patches and updates to our linux system without rebooting the kernel, i.e. without restarting the computer.

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Damn Small Linux

Damn Small Linux is the smallest and lightest Linux distro available on the internet. For a mere 50 MB users can use Damn Small Linux right off the CD (live CD) for a full fledged Linux experience. With its great functionality and small download size you cannot go wrong with Damn Small Linux

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SubDownloader

SubDownloader we can download subtitles and also share our existing subtitles with other users. Clearly, this is based on a peer to peer technology.

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Blue Dock

A Blue theme pack for ubuntu with wallpaper, gdm login, icons and a window theme.

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Ubuntu Rocks

This is a quick list to get you through using Ubuntu in an advanced manner, and perform many tweaks as well.

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Squid

Squid allows us to route content requests to servers, and build cache server hierarchies. This allows further balancing of the cache within a network itself by creating content clusters.

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LifeHacker recently published a Ubuntu wish list. The list includes features LifeHacker wanted to see in the next release of Ubuntu. Very interestingly, the Ubuntu community has responded to this wish list positively.

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Skype

Skype is the most popular client to make telephone calls over the Internet. Looking to install Skype on Ubuntu? Here are are three easy steps to install Skype on Ubuntu.

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Beyond Limits

Selectively applying CPU resources to a particular application or a process is possible in Linux with CPU Limit.

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Digikam

With DigiKam, you can easily sort and search through images. DigiKam can organize your images based on tag, category, search result, date and time and a timeline. That makes it a complete photo manager.

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