Re: [debian-knoppix] Software recommendations for LinuxTag DVD edition?
On Sat, Jun 07, 2003 at 02:46:30PM +0200, Klaus Knopper wrote:
> For this, I would like to know which software you would like to see
> on a "full featured" version. Uncompressed space available is about
> 6 GB (currently in use: 2.7 GB), so the compressed image will roughly
> need 2.2 GB of space on a 4.7 GB medium, if not too much data is
> already in compressed format.
Very nice solar system browser ... it seems to work better than
It's very unfinished but it has a lot of neat stuff
It's a pain to download for dialup folks.
Some bugs but it's the best Tetris clone I have so far found
Just in case someone with a 486 boots this DVD
Best mail fetcher I have yet found
Best spreadsheet editor. Stop laughing.
Handy text Debian menu interface
Fun game, though kind of old now
This game is pretty good, but I wouldn't want little kids to play it
without talking to them about it first
I just tried this out today
- python1.5, python1.5-doc
for the purists
I have heard this works well at retrieving lost files on "ext2"
- debian-guide, debian-history, debian-reference-en, doc-linux-html,
Svgalib image viewer, very useful
X image viewer based on ZGV, also pretty useful
Those funky green /Matrix/ scrolling columns in console
phear the cryptography
I wonder if anyone could succeed in sharing the DVD they were using
without using the harddisk...
A lot of people are used to Putty.
It really is A Better CD Encoder
cool little CD player interface
underrated system monitor
web site checking program
Also, howabout you put back /Inside/ by Maxwell Straight and /Penguin
Planet/ by Void Main? And I can probably pick out some other decent
Okay, I'm done.
> This DVD edition will be a one-time project [ ... ] and not for
> download (maybe with exceptions for betatesters with high bandwidth).
Oh, let some crazy Bittorrent guys get loose with it :-)
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