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    Re: SLED 11 SP3 vs SLED 12

    Hello again

    Here are some of my standard/desired apps:

    1. mp3 & restricted codec support, as well as mplayer with ability to play all the familiar codecs, etc
    2. Gummi (for LaTeX editing, creation & processing)
    3. Arduino - a hobby, I can do without if need be, but not really...
    4. PCB & Fritzing - another hobby
    5. Ninja-IDE - a wonderful Python IDE of which I've grown fond over the years
    6. SpiderOak - I was using Dropbox, but I like security, so opted for this a couple months ago
    7. gtkpod - I do not own a Windows or Mac system and have a 2nd Gen iPod Nano
    8. fglrx - AMD's propietary driver, which keeps the system a lot cooler, even though the fans are not constantly running, like they do under radeon or other open drivers
    9. wine - I have one game I play that runs well in wine (Fantasy Grounds), so wine is a must; and
    10. gpg.



    Other than that, I can get by using LibreOffice instead of Calligra Suite (for some reason, I really like that) and Claws email other than Thunderbird; this can go for all the other programs

    As for the system, I HIGHLY prefer full-disk encryption in an LVM.

    My system specs, Gigabyte Brix:

    • CPU: Quadcore AMD Richland A8-5545M 1.7G/ 2.7GHz(Turbo)
    • GPU: Radeon HD 8510G
    • Hard drive: Crucial M550 512GB SSD mSATA
    • Memory: 16GB (2 x 8GB) G.SKILL Ripjaw 204-pin DDR3 So-DIMM
    • LAN Ethernet: Realtek RTL8111G
    • Keyboard: Typematrix Dvorak/QWERTY compact keyboard
    • Monitor: Asus VS247 24" LED



    Thank you!
    Last edited by susecmail; 10-Apr-2015 at 09:20. Reason: Fixed unordered & ordered list; 2nd edit: Added 'SSD' to 'Hard drive' section

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