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*'''Web Browser'''
*'''Web Browser'''
:w3m, lynx, links, [[elinks]]
:See [[Common Applications#Web_Browsers]].
*'''Email client'''
*'''Email client'''
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*'''RSS News Reader'''
*'''RSS News Reader'''
:newsbeuter, snownews, canto, rawdog
:See [[Common Applications#News Aggregators]].
*'''IM Client'''
*'''IM Client'''
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*'''IRC Clients'''
*'''IRC Clients'''
:[[irssi]], weechat, ircII, tinyirc, sic, II
:See [[Common Applications#IRC clients]].
*'''Torrenting Client'''
*'''Torrenting Client'''
:[[rtorrent]], transmission-cli
:See [[Common Applications#BitTorrent_Clients]].
*'''CD/DVD Tools:'''
*'''CD/DVD Tools:'''

Revision as of 05:53, 15 January 2012

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Notes: please use the second argument of the template to provide more detailed indications. (Discuss in Talk:Commandline Tools#)

This page serves as a list of console applications.

  • System monitor
top, htop, powertop, wavemon(wi-fi)
  • Pager
more, less, most
  • Editor
See Common Applications#Text Editors.
  • File Manager
mc, pilot (comes with alpine package), vifm, ranger
  • Window Manager
screen, dvtm, tmux
  • Audio player
cmus, moc, mpd, cplay, mpg123, ncmpc, ncmpcpp, pytone
  • Web Browser
See Common Applications#Web_Browsers.
  • Email client
See Common Applications#Email clients.
  • RSS News Reader
See Common Applications#News Aggregators.
  • IM Client
mcabber (Jabber), bitlbee (multi), finch (multi), pork (multi), freetalk, barnowl, centerim, centericq
  • IRC Clients
See Common Applications#IRC clients.
  • Torrenting Client
See Common Applications#BitTorrent_Clients.
  • CD/DVD Tools:
growisofs, bashburn
  • Personal Information Manager
tasks, remind, wyrd, tudu, doneyet, calcurse, emacs (with org-mode)