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I have tried all of the above solutions (except the ones that are obviously stupid, like emacs or vi configurations). The best overall is tilde. Truly made to order to answer the original question posed by Greg Woods. It should be added to all the standard linux repositories. As a long time nano user, who found his way here looking for something equally ...
Manuel, you have incompatible requirements. You want bleeding edge and production. IMHO you do not need super duper fresh packages, but stable packages. You can take a look on CentOS or Oracle Linux. Both of them offer quite contemporary packages plus rock solid reliability
You can use "kopete" for yahoo video calls. You might have to also install libjasper1. Both of them can be found in ubuntu software center.
Assuming this is for an X environment, xkbprint looks like what you're looking for: NAME xkbprint - print an XKB keyboard description SYNOPSIS xkbprint [options] source [ output_file ] DESCRIPTION The xkbprint command generates a printable or encapsulated PostScript description of the XKB keyboard description specified by source. The ...
Rhythmbox's sync is garbage. Sync your entire colleciton or make a playlist for each album. It's clearly a feature that the developers don't really use. Other than that, Rhythmbox is pretty good.
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