Command Line: at and cron Cron, atApr 01, 2006
The cron and at utilities help automate processes on a Linux system. You can set up automatic backups or even wake up in the morning with a track from your MP3 collection.more »
KTools: KreetingKard Designing greetings cards with KreetingKardApr 01, 2006
If you want to send your friends birthday greetings or a personalized picture postcard, KreetingKard can help.more »
Irssi Text-based chat with IrssiMar 01, 2006
The Irssi console chat utility is powerful yet frugal with resources. And Irssi’s scripting features make it a giant among chat tools.more »
Command Line: Ispell and Aspell The Ispell and Aspell command line spellcheckersFeb 01, 2006
Nobody is safe from typos and jumbled up words. Spellcheckers like Ispell and Aspell keep the letters in the right places.more »
Fortune Fortune cookies for LinuxFeb 01, 2006
Fortune brings you a saying or a joke when you launch a terminal
session. Or you can attach a fortune to your email signature to
brighten up your messges.more »
Gimp and Photos Rescuing your vacation snapshots with GimpFeb 01, 2006
Gimp will help you dial up the quality on your less-than-perfect digital
KPowersave Cutting power costs with KPowersaveFeb 01, 2006
KPowersave gives KDE users a single easy interface for configuring power management settings.more »
OpenOffice 2.0 Here at last: OpenOffice 2.0Feb 01, 2006
After many pre-release versions and preliminary reports, the new OpenOffice has finally arrived.more »
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