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Top 17 Terminal Commands Every Ubuntu user should know Aboutview story

http://blog.sudobits.com – Terminal Commands are cool and very handy sometimes (even for common users who don’t like terminal), also useful in learning some cool stuffs about Ubuntu or GNU/Linux in general (so it’s also good for learners). I’ve prepared a list of few terminal commands – that anyone can learn and master (in couple of minutes), in order to enjoy a better experience with Ubuntu or othe (HowTos)

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“Distraction Free Writing” applications/tools for Ubuntu (12.04)view story

http://blog.sudobits.com – Most of the applications we use daily, have a lot of features but actually most of the features remains unused (in many cases). Those features/options are actually nothing but distraction, specially when it comes to writing (I mean creative writing). (HowTos)

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Stop start, sticky performanceview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – HiI have been using #! for a month or so now and I like it a lot. I do have performance issues that I did not experience before with Win7 on the same machine.Browsing the net (Iceweasel) I get a lot of stop start, mouse and browser freeze for three or four seconds every minute or two or at every page load. I don't have the fastest broadband but as I say this was not an issue on Win7. (HowTos)

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Pyroom Text Editor Does Minimalism the Right Wayview story

https://www.linux.com – Whether you are writing code or creating editorial content, a noisy computing environment often can silence your productivity. The Pyroom Text Editor gives you a quiet environment where computing noise cannot distract you from your creativity. (Software)

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Pyroom Text Editor Does Minimalism the Right Wayview story

http://ectnews.com.feedsportal.com – Whether you are writing code or creating editorial content, a noisy computing environment often can silence your productivity. The Pyroom Text Editor gives you a quiet environment where computing noise cannot distract you from your creativity. Computing noise -- that is, computing distractions from the task at hand -- comes from all the media outlets your computer provides. (General)

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[SOLVED] "Fullscreen" Text Editing with Syntax Highlightingview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – In the pursuit of my perfect text editor I've become stuck between two camps: a) distraction-free editors (namely, http://pyroom.org/ and http://gottcode.org/focuswriter/ ) b) syntax-highlighting editors (my current favorite being vim.)  Looking for other solutions, or programs, to the problem laid out below.The benefit of the distraction-free editors is that, in being made for fullscree (HowTos)

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"Fullscreen" Text Editing with Syntax Highlightingview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – In the pursuit of my perfect text editor I've become stuck between two camps: a) distraction-free editors (namely, http://pyroom.org/ and http://gottcode.org/focuswriter/ ) b) syntax-highlighting editors (my current favorite being vim.)  Looking for other solutions, or programs, to the problem laid out below.The benefit of the distraction-free editors is that, in being made for fullscree (HowTos)

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Some application suggestionsview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Text editor: I'd love to see Scribes instead of Gedit. If anyone needs something to just write, why not go back to PyRoom? PyRoom + Scribes -- both are much more lightweight than Gedit. And haven't got GNOME dependencies. (HowTos)

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The non operating system operating systemview story

http://linuxo.com – the Friday Blog: "I touched briefly upon OS independence when I wrote a little bit about the Q10 minimalistic word processor a few weeks ago and PyRoom, another minimalistic word processor, last week." (General)

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Marave: 有点特别的文本编辑器view story

http://linuxtoy.org – 乍看之下 Marave 不过是又一个文本编辑器,但 Marave 的特别之处在于,它让你专注于写作本身,心无杂念,不受任何外界的干扰。况且,Marave 的界面相当漂亮,又可以按需定制,实在让人忍不住不去试一试。 (Software)