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i'll add a few

 

vi

chmod

chown

su -

ssh

ls

cp

mv

rm

w

 

i'd find it very hard to work without them

 

cheers

anyweb

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i'll go on a more higher level in no order what so ever

 

1) gaim - a lot of my freelance clients talk to me this way

2) firefox+mplayerplugin - i love the porn

3) kdevelop - a great c++ ide

4) zend - a great php ide

5) gdb - for debugging my badly written c++ apps

6) kisemet - since i helped write it in the early days and i do enjoy the wardriving

7) ettereal - how can you not like this.. arp posioning a coffee shop to replace all images with your own image

8) thunderbird - i feel its the best mail client out there

9) gcc - best compiler in the world

10) mplayer - doesn't get much better then this

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i'll add a few

 

vi

chmod

chown

su -

ssh

ls

cp

mv

rm

w

 

i'd find it very hard to work without them

 

cheers

anyweb

 

Haha! I love how 98% of your programs are less than three letters! :lol:

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xine,

xmms,

 

ssh

top

ntop

 

firefox

limewire

xchat

gaim

 

xfce4 (weird but funky and i love it!)

hum all the packages in system in gentoo :D*

 

* Yes i know this is more like 58 rather than one, but i couldn't think of anything more important :rolleyes::blink:

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Programs

  1. amarok - for my music
  2. mplayer - for my videos
  3. firefox - surely the best alternative browser?
  4. irssi - yeah i'm an irc addict
  5. ssh - day in day out its the only way to connect between my servers
  6. vim / gvim - editor of choice

Servers

  1. apache - heart and sole of the web and its attached applications
  2. sshd - where would ssh be without its server ^_^
  3. vsftpd - quick easy safe ftpd
  4. mysql - its not a big clever db server.. but it does me just fine

Toolbox!

  1. the coreutils - i know its not a "program" but this pack contains utilities that are truely at the heart of all linux distributions.
  2. shell - yes the bourne shell, the posix shell, heart to all my shell scripts
  3. awk - quick and dirty programming, scripting would be a nightmare without it!
  4. sed - what awk is too heavy for, sed will rip throw
  5. perl - if i can't sh/awk/sed it .. i will perl it :D
  6. gcc - the compiler, nothing else comes close

i'm sure this is but a scrapping of what i really love.. but there is goes..

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Znx,

 

we both forgot what maybe the most importage program ever for gentoo users....

 

 

PORTAGE

 

 

Oh how i could live without portage i do not know

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znx, we both forgot what maybe the most importage program ever for gentoo users....

 

:o oops hehe

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Heres mine:

 

Perl <-- Bitch arse language
Python <-- started learning and its a good language
ssh
mplayer
xmms
GCC <-- Like Jy said the worlds best compiler

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Znx,

 

we both forgot what maybe the most importage program ever for gentoo users....

isn't that

 

rm -rf /

 

lol ;)

 

NOTE: noobs, do NOT do the above command it erases everything (which on a gentoo install might not be such a bad thing ;-))

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Znx,

 

we both forgot what maybe the most importage program ever for gentoo users....

 

isn't that

 

rm -rf /
lol ;)

 

NOTE: noobs, do NOT do the above command it erases everything (which on a gentoo install might not be such a bad thing ;-))

 

I was going to say "not unless they are root", but then again they might just be root if they are noobs :unsure::o:blink:<_<

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currently most used of my top ten, in order of use:

  1. eterm
  2. gkrellm
  3. firefox
  4. pico
  5. kismet (warsitting is fun)
  6. ethereal (learning how to use it so i can set up a wardriving honeypot (warpot?))

less often used, but still loved, in no order:

  • ssh
  • xephem
  • irssi
  • xmms

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Top Ten

 

(1) nmap

(2) openssh

(3) snort

(4) conky

(5) xmms

(6) gkrellm

(7) firefox

(8) .........

...........

.............

I'm a noob, my favourite programs include Xchat and Gaim! LAwl.

 

I want my GODDAMN ftp to work! Soon that will be at the top...File servers are good in time of need.

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ls

w

cat

php

vi

vim

ps

cd

su

ssh

 

In that order according to how many times I've ran those programs.

 

for i in `cat ~/.bash_history|awk '{print $1}'|sort -u|xargs`; do echo `cat ~/.bash_history |grep $i |wc -l` $i; done | sort --numeric

will show you your most used programs

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In that order according to how many times I've ran those programs.

 

for i in `cat ~/.bash_history|awk '{print $1}'|sort -u|xargs`; do echo `cat ~/.bash_history |grep $i |wc -l` $i; done | sort --numeric

will show you your most used programs

 

Hrmm this doesn't look quite right.. maybe

 

for p in `awk '{print $1}' < .bash_history | sort -u`; do echo `grep -c $p ~/.bash_history` $p; done | sort -n | tail

 

Notice .. if you ever cat to a command a simple redirect will do. You don't need to cat to a grep and grep has count (-c) so no need for wc :) Also I am not quite sure what the xargs was for?

 

Anyhoo .. nice idea... :D

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Im always root LOL

Makes me wanna try it...

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