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Ncmpc
ncmpc is a fully featured MPD client, which runs in a terminal (using ncurses). Its goal is to provide a keyboard oriented and consistent interface to MPD, without wasting resources. Features: full Unicode and wide character support music database browser, database search, media library audio output configuration lyrics LIRC support customizable key bindings and colors tiny memory footprint, smaller than any other interactive MPD client playlist editor
Pascal Heckert gnu.tiny.png
GNU Pascal is the Pascal language compiler of Project GNU. It is a 32/64 bit compiler that is linked against the GCC backend and will be integrated in to GCC in the long run. It runs on all operating systems compatible with GCC, and can act as a native or a cross compiler between those systems. It implements ISO Pascal, Borland Pascal 7.0, and parts of other Pascal standards or de-facto standards.
Smbc
Samba Commander is a text mode SMB network commander. With SMBC, you can browse the local network or you can use the search function to find files. You can also download/upload files and directories or create them both locally and remotely. SMBC has a resume function and supports UTF-8 characters.
V-ttt
A 3x3 grid Tic Tac Toe game for GNU/Linux, dos


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