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    Originally posted here by dinowuff
    Cisco Tftp
    Really? I always found their version to be buggy as hell and rather crappy.... When it comes to TFTP I'm a big fan of Solar Winds...

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    Really?? Of course I'm not on a huge enterprise. Never had any real issues, once I get the initial install working.

    Still I'll check out Solar Winds

    thanks
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    BitTorrent
    LimeWire

    Misc

    Firefox
    Rhythmbox
    Serpentine
    Thunderbird
    dvd::rip
    Totem
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    F-Spot
    SuperTux (a classic!)
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    But, then again, I could add thousands more to the misc list...
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    Snort

    If you're not saying Snort.. ur crazy.



    Snort is by far the best security program there is, free.

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    - GEdit
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    - perl
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    - GNOME
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    I'm sure I forgot something, but I use all of those quite frequently. Also, sorry to bump such an old topic, but it's stickied, so I figured it'd be ok. :P
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    Yes it is OK. I was planning on doign this a while ago and doing the tally but for some reason I couldn't reply...

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    Nod32??? Haven't heard of that one. Going to have to check that out here.


    EDIT:

    Ahhh, AV. OK.

    Anyway I'm goign to make an update here:

    I'm going to let this run for another month or two because when I planned on shuttnig it down the reply wouldn't allow me to post and now it seems to be working, so I'm going to give everyone else who wasn't in this a chance to post their own progs and apps for at least another month, and then try this out again, but as I said for some reason I got errors when I went to tally and close it so I'm going to let everyone have another shot if they want to add anythign to this.

    -gore. Recently promoted to global / super mod (Thansk to everyone who voted on that too!)


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