Anjuta DevStudio is a versatile software development studio featuring a number of advanced programming facilities including project management, application wizard, interactive debugger, source editor, version control, GUI designer, profiler and many more tools. It focuses on providing simple and usable user interface, yet powerful for efficient development.
The Sleuth Kit (TSK) is a C library and a collection of command line tools. Autopsy is a graphical interface to TSK. TSK can be integrated into automated forensics systems in many ways, including as a C library and by using the SQLite database that it can can create.
The Sleuth Kit is a free, open source suite that provides a large number of specialized command-line based utilities.
It is based on The Coroner's Toolkit.
gDesklets is a system for bringing mini programs (desklets), such as weather forecasts, news tickers, system information displays, or music player controls, onto your desktop, where they are sitting there in a symbiotic relationship of eye candy and usefulness. The possibilities are really endless and they are always there to serve you whenever you need them, just one key-press away. The system is not restricted to one desktop environment, but currently works on most of the modern Unix desktops (including GNOME, KDE, Xfce).
NetSurf is a multi-platform web browser for RISC OS, UNIX-like platforms (including Linux), Mac OS X, and more.
Whether you want to check your webmail, read the news or post to discussion forums, NetSurf is your lightweight gateway to the world wide web. Actively developed, NetSurf is continually evolving and improving.
Written in C, this award winning open source project features its own layout engine. It is licensed under GPL version 2.
Linux is a clone of the operating system Unix, written from scratch by
Linus Torvalds with assistance from a loosely-knit team of hackers across
the Net. It aims towards POSIX and Single UNIX Specification compliance.
It has all the features you would expect in a modern fully-fledged Unix,
including true multitasking, virtual memory, shared libraries, demand
loading, shared copy-on-write executables, proper memory management,
and multistack networking including IPv4 and IPv6.
It is distributed under the GNU General Public License - see the
accompanying COPYING file for more details.
F-Spot is a cross platform application for organizing thousands of photos. It shuns 'organizing in folders.' instead, metadata is the basis for viewing and drilling down the collection. Adding and maintaining metadata is easy and enjoyable in F-Spot.
Individual photos can be retouched and globally corrected (e.g. dynamic range, color), for sharing via the net, printing and viewing by consumers. The number and sophistication of the correction scales to the the ambition of users. An advanced form of corrections is that of batches of photos.
Beginners in the digital photo field can easily start using F-Spot. These and more advanced users are encouraged by F-Spot to grow their skills, to the point where they integrate more specialized photo manipulation software into their F-Spot workflow.
KPhotoAlbum (previously known as KimDaBa) is an image viewer and organizer for Unix-like systems created and maintained by Jesper K. Pedersen. The core philosophy behind its creation was that it should be easy for users to annotate images and videos taken with a digital camera. Users can search for images based on those annotations (also called categories) and use the results in a variety of ways. Features include slideshows, annotation, KIPI plugin support for manipulating images, and Boolean searches.
KPhotoAlbum is licensed under the GNU General Public License version 2. Although it is free, users are encouraged to donate money to help the development of the application.
Comix is a user-friendly, customizable image viewer. It is specifically designed to handle comic books, but also serves as a generic viewer. It reads images in ZIP, RAR or tar archives (also gzip or bzip2 compressed) as well as plain image files. It is written in Python and uses GTK+ through the PyGTK bindings.
gThumb is an image viewer and browser for the GNOME Desktop. It also includes an importer tool for transferring photos from cameras.
gThumb is available for most Linux distributions, just do a search for gthumb in the package manager.
gThumb is released under the terms of the GNU General Public License.
Gwenview is an image viewer for KDE.
Gwenview can load and save all image formats supported by KDE.
It correctly displays images with alpha channel, using the traditionnal checker board as a background to reveal transparency.
Gwenview let you accurately control the way images are scaled: you can zoom in and out or automatically scale the image to fit the window. Zoom is locked so that you can easily compare images by going back and forth.
When browsing JPEG images with EXIF information, Gwenview automatically rotates them according to the EXIF Orientation tag.
It can show image properties and image specific meta-information like Dolphin does.
It knows about animated images like MNG or GIF and is also capable of displaying vector images in SVG format as well as playing videos.
Gwenview does not try to replace your favorite image editor, so it only features simple image manipulations: rotation, mirroring, cropping, resizing and red eye reduction. When working with JPEG files, Gwenview performs lossless manipulations.
Browsing your collections of images
Gwenview features the necessary file management operations: copy, move, delete, rename and drag'n drop images. It has full support for KIO slaves: you can browse FTP/Windows shares, go into tar balls or zip files.
Presenting your images
The fullscreen with optional thumbnail bar and the simple built-in slide show allows you to present images the way you want them to show.
Gwenview features a browse mode to get a quick overview of images in a folder and a view mode to go through one image at a time. The view mode can also display a thumbnail bar. Visit the screenshot section to see what it looks like.
Gwenview can be used both as a standalone application and embedded in other KDE applications through the KPart system. For example, thanks to Gwenview image KPart, Konqueror can display images using Gwneview, letting you zoom in and out as well as rotate it.
Totem is the official movie player of the GNOME desktop environment based on GStreamer. It features a playlist, a full-screen mode, seek and volume controls, as well as keyboard navigation.
It comes with added functionality such as:
- Video thumbnailer for the file manager
- Nautilus properties tab
- Mozilla (Firefox) plugin to view movies inside your browser
- Command-line video properties helper (for indexers)
Brasero is a application to burn CD/DVD for the Gnome Desktop. It is designed to be as simple as possible and has some unique features to enable users to create their discs easily and quickly.
-Supports multiple backends: cdrtools, growisofs and libburn(optional). Data CD/DVD: -supports edition of discs contents (remove/move/rename files inside directories) -can burn data CD/DVD on the fly -automatic filtering for unwanted files (hidden files, broken/recursive symlinks, files not conforming to joliet standard, ...) -supports multisession -supports joliet extension -can write the image to the hard drive -can check disc file integrity Audio CD: -write CD-TEXT information (automatically found thanks to gstreamer) -supports the edition of CD-TEXT information -can burn audio CD on the fly -can use all audio files handled by Gstreamer local installation (ogg, flac, mp3, ...) -can search for audio files inside dropped folders -full edition of silences between tracks CD/DVD copy: -can copy a CD/DVD to the hard drive -can copy CD and DVD on the fly -supports single-session data DVD -supports any kind of CD Others: -erase CD/DVD -can save/load projects -can burn CD/DVD images and cue files -song, image and video previewer -device detection thanks to HAL -file change notification (requires kernel > 2.6.13) -a customisable GUI (when used with GDL) -supports Drag and Drop / Cut'n'Paste from nautilus (and others apps) -can use files on a network as long as the protocol is handled by gnome-vfs -can search for files thanks to beagle (search is based on keywords or on file type) -can display a playlist and its contents (note that playlists are automatically searched through beagle) -all disc IO is done asynchronously to prevent the application from blocking
Cheese uses your webcam to take photos and videos, applies fancy special effects and lets you share the fun with others. It was written as part of Google's 2007 Summer of Code lead by Daniel G. Siegel and mentored by Raphaël Slinckx. Under the hood, Cheese uses GStreamer to apply fancy effects to photos and videos. With Cheese it is easy to take photos of you, your friends, pets or whatever you want and share them with others.
KGet is a versatile and user-friendly download manager.
-Downloading files from FTP and HTTP(S) sources. -Pausing and resuming of downloading files, as well as the ability to restart a download. -Tells lots of information about current and pending downloads. -Embedding into system tray. -Integration with the Konqueror web browser. -Metalink support which contain multiple URLs for downloads, along with checksums and other information.
KTorrent is a BitTorrent client written in C++ for KDE using the Qt user interface toolkit. It is maintained in the KDE Extragear.
-Upload and download speed capping / throttling & scheduling -Internet searching with torrent search engines using KHTML part. -Support for UDP trackers. -IP address blocklist plugin -Port forwarding with UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) -Protocol encryption -DHT (mainline version), and support for trackerless torrents -µTorrent peer exchange (PEX) support -File Prioritization -Ability to import partially-downloaded files -Directory scanner to automatically watch directories for new torrents -Manual addition of trackers to torrents -RSS feed support -Web interface plugin with default port number 8080 -IPv6 support -SOCKS v4 and v5 support
Ekiga (formely known as GnomeMeeting) is an open source SoftPhone, Video Conferencing and Instant Messenger application over the Internet.
It supports HD sound quality and video up to DVD size and quality.
It is interoperable with many other standard compliant softwares, hardwares and service providers as it uses both the major telephony standards (SIP and H.323).
- Ease of use with a modern Graphical User Interface.
- Audio and Video free calls through the internet.
- Free Instant Messaging through the internet with Presence support.
- Audio (and video) calls to landlines and cell phones with support to the cheapest service providers.
- High Definition Sound (wideband) and Video Quality up to DVD quality (high framerate, state of the art quality codec and frame size).
- Free of choice of the service provider. SMS to cell phones if the service provider supports it (like the default provider).
- Standard Telephony features support like Call Hold, Call Transfer, Call Forwarding, DTMF.
- Remote and Local Address Book support: Remote Address Book support with authentification using the standard LDAP technology, Local Address support in Gnome (Evolution).
- Multi platform: Windows and GNU/Linux
- Wide interoperability: Ekiga use the main deployed stantards for telephony protocols (SIP and H.323) and has been tested with a wide range of softphones, hardphones, PBX and service provide
Empathy is a messaging program which supports text, voice, and video chat and file transfers over many different protocols. You can tell it about your accounts on all those services and do all your chatting within one application.
Empathy uses Telepathy for protocol support and has a user interface based on Gossip. Empathy is the default chat client in current versions of GNOME, making it easier for other GNOME applications to integrate collaboration functionality using Telepathy.
- Multi-protocol: Google Talk (Jabber/XMPP), MSN, IRC, Salut, AIM, Facebook, Yahoo!, Gadu Gadu, Groupwise, ICQ and QQ. (Supported protocols depend on installed Telepathy Connection Manager components.) Supports all protocols supported by Pidgin.
- File transfer for XMPP, and local networks. Voice and video call using SIP, XMPP and Google Talk.
- Some IRC support.
- Conversation theming (see list of supported Adium themes).
- Sharing and viewing location information.
- Private and group chat (with smileys and spell checking).
- Conversation logging.
- Automatic away and extended away presence.
- Automatic reconnection using Network Manager.
- Python bindings for libempathy and libempathy-gtk
- Support for collaborative applications (“tubes”).