Hi /g/ can somebody share best GUI software for daily use?
ex. mp3- deadbeef
It is a very broad question.
Dolphin. It is a filemanager with a built in terminal so it you get the best of both worlds.
Grub-customizer. It is a graphical frontend to configuring grub. No need to bother with config files.
Kile. It is a text editor that is turned into a latex editor.
It has graphical menus for everything from making a table to inserting special characters.
No Lynx, gVim, no LaTeX, no Xen, no Password Safe, no ncmpcpp, no OpenShot, no IceCat, no Iceweasel, no Deluge, Jdownloader sucks because of Java, no SABnzbd+, no NZBGet, no CouchPotato, no Sonarr. This list needs work.
All STEM academics use LaTeX for their projects, researches and theses. In fact, once you know how to use it, you'll start using it for most formal documents you need to type. You can even build good looking presentations with it.
Of course I've used it, that's why I suggested it. I don't anymore because I grew tired of these stupid file hosting sites. Nowadays I just use Torrents and Usenet.
ok I am going to say it plainly
latex is not an application its a markup language
so you are being utter idiot
next you say the picture is shit because theres no json
do you understand now you asperger ridden fuck whats up?
huh, are you 50 years old?
somehow xfce in manjaro looks pretty well, but when i tried to install manually on another distro, it looks bad :/ gonna try deepin
in any case, when i ll be able to get better connection i ll be installing arch
as i has mentioned i m newbie on linux so i know, i ll have to do a lot of fucking work to make arch run, so i m searching good software right now, because eduroam network sux, tried almost everything to get connection feelsbad.jpg
I like xfce on Fedora Linux 2bh.
Enlightenment was pretty buggy on Fedora, but I have a weaker laptop and I'm running enlightenment on tiny core.
Also the default tiny core de is pretty nice and basic, only uses 80mb ram if that's ever a constriction
nah, i think i m gonna stick to lxqt, just need some adjustments