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K-ASS
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Finally installed Ubuntu and successfully configured the wifi setting, any package I should install?

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    Looking for something ? Or any generic suggestion?
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    Cool wide screen you got there
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    @rehman I also have triple display 😬
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    apt install kde-plasma-desktop :p
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    Switch to a different desktop environment such as KDE Plasma 5. I hate Ubuntu​'s Unity with a passion.

    Other than that, your regular applications like Chrome and VLC.
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    @t4ils Welcome mate!
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    How did you fix the wifi?
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    @K-ASS I am having a prob when I am using any Linux it does not connect to wifi router but it gets connected to the WiFi hotspot of the mobile phone😓
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    @TYML so I basically look for a way to make the driver work with Linux system. For me, my computer have a USB adapter realtek wifi adapter and there is an open source driver for that so I just followed the instruction, encountered couple problems and solve them
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    VLC
    ZSH (and search oh-my-zsh in github to personalize the terminal)
    MICRO ( as replace of nano)
    TMUX
    NeoVIM (vimplug to personalize vim - neovim)
    BUILD-ESSENTIALS
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    Arch Linux 🙃
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    @kvsjxd or Gentoo
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    @Duckman or LFS
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    @reckoner or a new custom kernel
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    @kvsjxd or 0 bits
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    Clementine - like iTunes but better

    GIMP - let you make artsy fartsy drawings, or manipulations on image

    Kate - text editor that functions similar to notepad ++

    Libre Office - Microsoft Office

    Pidgin - a bunch of chats, IRC, AIM, Google Talk

    Terminator - cool terminal settings

    Tree - makes a gorgeous tree file structure

    Welcome to Linux c:
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    @Astr0 the first one sounds like it came from a guy with a "million dollar idea"

    @K-ASS BleachBit, WINE and Mono would be handy to have, probably the newest Java version as well. The rest depends and what you're developing
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    @Krokoklemme the idea is worth a million dollars, but luckily it's free. I say it's better because it let's you combine Spotify, podcasts, music from Dropbox, Google Drive, and a bunch of other programs into one place.
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    Guake : a HUD-like terminal that drops from the top when needed, Quake style. Very handy. Just apt install it.
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    Numix circle - much nicer icons! Gewgl it :)
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    You should install Suicide Linux. That one makes working on your Linux machine more interesting.
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    @t4ils GNOME is fine as well
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    sudo apt install bsdgames

    :D
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    lolcat and cowsay
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    git, vim and vlc.
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    @Jop- You have a Chinese website on your profile? 😐
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