The Perfect Desktop - Fedora 13 x86-64 (Live-GNOME)

Discussion in 'Suggest HOWTO' started by Acidcore, Jul 26, 2010.

  1. Acidcore

    Acidcore New Member

    I will really appreciate it if someone be so kind to make: The Perfect Desktop - Fedora 13 x86-64 (Live-GNOME) with the following things:

    Graphics:

    The GIMP - free software replacement for Adobe Photoshop
    F-Spot - full-featured personal photo management application for the GNOME desktop

    Internet:

    Firefox
    Flash Player 10
    FileZilla - multithreaded FTP client
    Thunderbird - email and news client
    BitTorrent client
    Skype
    Xchat IRC - IRC client
    KVIrc - IRC client

    Office:

    OpenOffice.org Full Suite - replacement for Microsoft Office
    Adobe Reader

    Sound & Video:

    Amarok - audio player
    Audacity - free, open source, cross platform digital audio editor
    Banshee - audio player, can encode/decode various formats and synchronize music with Apple iPods
    MPlayer - media player (video/audio), supports WMA
    Rhythmbox Music Player - audio player, similar to Apple's iTunes, with support for iPods
    gtkPod - software similar to Apple's iTunes, supports iPod, iPod nano, iPod shuffle, iPod photo, and iPod mini
    XMMS - audio player similar to Winamp
    dvd::rip - full featured DVD copy program
    Kino - free digital video editor
    Sound Juicer CD Extractor - CD ripping tool, supports various audio codecs
    VLC Media Player - media player (video/audio)
    Real Player
    Totem - media player (video/audio)
    Xine - media player, supports various formats; can play DVDs
    Brasero - CD/DVD burning program
    K3B - CD/DVD burning program
    Multimedia-Codecs

    Programming:

    Code::Blocks
    Bluefish - text editor, suitable for many programming and markup languages

    Other:

    TrueType fonts
    Java
    Read/Write support for NTFS partitions
     
  2. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

  3. Acidcore

    Acidcore New Member

    Thank you.
     
    Last edited: Jul 27, 2010

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