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Old 08-18-2009, 01:00 PM   #115 (permalink)
standardman
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The Tech Toolkit 2.0 is a magical thing that comes in especially handy if you end up being tech support for family and friends.

It allows you to put eleven kagillion free, portable utilities on your thumb drive and keeps them all updated from one program - essentially making that thumb drive a 'kit' for 'tools'.

Every program downloaded - from virus checkers, to recovery to dvd burners - takes up a mere 270mb.







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Originally Posted by thelastknowngod View Post
im on arch linux so things may be a little different.

ssh
irssi
finch
mpd with ncmpc and mpdscribble
awesome window manager
wicd
amarok 1.4.x for my ipod and podcasts
firefox with the vimperator extension
vim
evolution
transmission
mplayer (better than vlc)
the gimp
and the greatest application installer forged by human hands: pacman (with yaourt).
I use kmplayer, is that based on mplayer? Terrific software.
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