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  • GeoGebra  + (There does not appear to be a free manual for this software. If you are familiar with its use, please consider writing a free manual for it.)
  • Perl-gstreamer  + (There is a [[GStreamer1|separate Perl modu
    There is a [[GStreamer1|separate Perl module]] for the 1.x series of the [[GStreamer]] C libraries. The two C libraries, as well as their associated [[Perl]] modules, can be installed concurrently on the same host. To install this package, run the following commands: perl Makefile.PL make make test make install
    efile.PL make make test make install)
  • Me and My Shadow  + (There is a [http://meandmyshadow.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Main_Page wiki] with extensive documentation for users and developers.)
  • Xdebug  + (There is a tutorial at [http://docs.joomla
    There is a tutorial at [http://docs.joomla.org/Configuring_Xdebug_for_PHP_development Joomla's Xdebug tutorial] that explains how to set up Xdebug with Eclipse. Documentation (including an API reference) is available from the Xdebug website too, but it did not appear to be freely redistributable, which is why I included the above link.
    e, which is why I included the above link.)
  • Enlightenment  + (There is extensive documentation for both
    There is extensive documentation for both the Enlightenment window manager and Enlightenment Foundation Libraries (EFL). Some helpful starting points include: * [https://www.enlightenment.org Homepage] * [https://phab.enlightenment.org/w/ The Enlightenment wiki] * [https://www.enlightenment.org/contact Contact methods] * [https://www.enlightenment.org/docs EFL docs] Info and documentation for other software programs that are part of the Enlightenment project: *[https://www.enlightenment.org/about-terminology Terminology] Graphically sophisticated terminal emulator *[https://www.enlightenment.org/about-rage Rage] Sophisticated movie player. *[https://www.enlightenment.org/about-edi EDI] Enlightenment-based modern Linux IDE Git repository list of the rpoject: *[https://git.enlightenment.org/ Project forest]
    s://git.enlightenment.org/ Project forest])
  • Adns  + (There is no manual yet. More information a
    There is no manual yet. More information at https://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~ian/adns/docs/ '''Selection from the [https://shop.fsf.org/ FSF shop]''' [https://shop.fsf.org/books/free-freedom-20-richard-stallman Free as in Freedom 2.0, by Richard Stallman] [https://shop.fsf.org/books-docs/introduction-command-line Introduction to the Command Line] ---- ---- '''[https://www.gnu.org/help/help.html Helping the GNU Project and the Free Software Movement]''' ---- ---- If you have corrections to this entry or questions about it, please contact: mailto:maintainers@gnu.org ----
    e contact: mailto:maintainers@gnu.org ----)
  • Streetsign  + (There is quite a bit of documentation at http://streetsign.readthedocs.org/en/latest/ , including Getting Started guides, system admin information, and other useful documents.)
  • Siitperf  + (There is some basic documentation in the r
    There is some basic documentation in the readme.md file on its GitHub page. There is a proper documentation in my open access paper: G. Lencse, "Design and Implementation of a Software Tester for Benchmarking Stateless NAT64 Gateways", IEICE Transactions on Communications, DOI: 10.1587/transcom.2019EBN0010 https://doi.org/10.1587/transcom.2019EBN0010
    tps://doi.org/10.1587/transcom.2019EBN0010)
  • Algart  + (These libraries are fully documented by Javadoc)
  • Gcompris  + (This [http://gcompris.net/wiki/Manual page
    This [http://gcompris.net/wiki/Manual page] is about the old legacy version of Gcompris. The manual for the new version is not ready yet. === Notes === GCompris is developed within the [https://apps.kde.org/education KDE community] and is part of the [https://www.gnu.org/education/edu-software-gcompris.html GNU Project]. See also the [https://www.gnu.org/education/ GNU Education Project].
    gnu.org/education/ GNU Education Project].)
  • BlockSignal  + (This distribution includes cryptographic s
    This distribution includes cryptographic software. The country in which you currently reside may have restrictions on the import, possession, use, and/or re-export to another country, of encryption software. BEFORE using any encryption software, please check your country's laws, regulations and policies concerning the import, possession, or use, and re-export of encryption software, to see if this is permitted. See http://www.wassenaar.org/ for more information. The U.S. Government Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), has classified this software as Export Commodity Control Number (ECCN) 5D002.C.1, which includes information security software using or performing cryptographic functions with asymmetric algorithms. The form and manner of this distribution makes it eligible for export under the License Exception ENC Technology Software Unrestricted (TSU) exception (see the BIS Export Administration Regulations, Section 740.13) for both object code and source code.
    .13) for both object code and source code.)
  • Zoom Page WE  + (This extension can be used as a workaround to Firefox bug: Set a Default Text Size (or Page Zoom Level) in Tools > Options > Content > Default Page Size - https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=332275)
  • Gnustep-base  + (This package contains the GNUstep Base Lib
    This package contains the GNUstep Base Library API reference, as well as the GNUstep Base programming manual and GNUstep Coding Standards in Info, HTML and PDF format. === Examples === This package also contains [[gnustep-examples|examples]] that show the use of different interfaces; it includes classes for strings, object collections, byte streams, typed coders, invocations, notifications, notification dispatchers, moments in time, network ports, remote object messaging support (distributed objects), and event loops.
    rt (distributed objects), and event loops.)
  • Gnustep-make  + (This package contains the makefiles needed to compile any GNUstep software, and the GNUstep Test Framework used by GNUstep packages to build and run tests.)
  • Gawk  + (This package is well suited for working wi
    This package is well suited for working with text files, when several kinds of tasks occur repeatedly, for extracting certain lines and discard the rest is needed, or for making changes wherever certain patterns appear. It can handle simple data-reformatting jobs with just a few lines of code. Full documentation available at https://www.gnu.org/software/gawk/manual/ === Further reading === * [https://www.gnu.org/software/gawk/manual/gawkinet Gawkinet: TCP/IP Internetworking with Gawk] * [https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/AWK_Language_Programming AWK Language Programming], by Arnold D. Robbins '''Bookstore''' [https://shop.oreilly.com/product/0636920033820.do Effective awk Programming, 4th Edition] '''Selection from the [https://shop.fsf.org/ FSF shop]''' [https://shop.fsf.org/books/free-freedom-20-richard-stallman Free as in Freedom 2.0, by Richard Stallman] [https://shop.fsf.org/books-docs/introduction-command-line Introduction to the Command Line] ---- ---- '''[https://www.gnu.org/help/help.html Helping the GNU Project and the Free Software Movement]''' ---- ---- If you have corrections to this entry or questions about it, please contact: mailto:maintainers@gnu.org ----
    e contact: mailto:maintainers@gnu.org ----)
  • Gnustep-back  + (This package provides three separate graphics back-ends: *cairo - use [[cairo]] as graphics backend *libart - use libart as graphics backend *xlib - use xlib as graphics backend)
  • Taler  + (This project was funded through the [https
    This project was funded through the [https://nlnet.nl/PET NGI0 PET] Fund, a fund established by [https://nlnet.nl/ NLnet] with financial support from the European Commission's [https://ngi.eu/ Next Generation Internet] programme. For now, the team is in discussions with several regular banks as well as several central banks about the project, so there are currently no products in the market. The project is still in an early stage. More information at https://taler.net/en/docs.html === Further reading === * [https://taler.net/papers/thesis-dold-phd-2019.pdf The GNU Taler System: Practical and Provably Secure Electronic Payments], by Florian Dold, PhD Thesis (2019)
    ments], by Florian Dold, PhD Thesis (2019))
  • MyBkp 2  + (To check the current level of features, issue the command 'mybkp --help')
  • Flyspell  + (To enable Flyspell minor mode, type: <k
    To enable Flyspell minor mode, type: M-x flyspell-mode . This applies only to the current buffer. To enable Flyspell in text representing computer programs, type: M-x flyspell-prog-mode . In that mode, only text inside comments is checked. N.B. Flyspell is compatible with [[Auctex|TeX editing]].
    comments is checked. N.B. Flyspell is compatible with [[Auctex|TeX editing]].)
  • Gnus  + (To get into the Gnus Info manual, and any
    To get into the Gnus Info manual, and any other info manual, run in Emacs: C-h i This will go to the top level of the info system. Then go to node Gnus An online version of the manual is available at: https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/gnus/ See also: https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/emacs/Gnus.html#Gnus
    //www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/emacs/Gnus.html#Gnus)
  • Mailcrypt  + (To hook Mailcrypt into your mail and news
    To hook Mailcrypt into your mail and news browsers, follow the directions in the "Installation" section of the Mailcrypt manual. If you don't know how to use the [[Emacs|Emacs Info browser]], you should learn; type C-h i and poke around. You can read the Info version of the Mailcrypt manual by doing C-u C-h i on the file mailcrypt.info.
    doing <kbd>C-u C-h i</kbd> on the file mailcrypt.info.)
  • Cobol-mode  + (To install this package, run in Emacs: <kbd>M-x package-install RET cobol-mode</kbd> N.B. not be confused with [https://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/cobol-mode.el Rick Bielawski's cobol-mode.el])
  • Gnugo.el  + (To install this package, run in Emacs: <kbd>M-x package-install RET gnugo RET</kbd> Then, enter the command: <kbd>M-x gnugo</kbd> This will put the emacs buffer into GNUGO Board mode and will run the [[GNU Go]] program, or resume a game in progress.)
  • Scanner  + (To install this package, run in [[Emacs]]: <code>M-x package-install RET scanner RET</code>)
  • Psgml  + (To install this package, run in [[Emacs]]: <kbd>M-x package-install RET psgml RET</kbd> Then read the Texinfo manual provided with the distribution.)
  • Dbtoy  + (Tutorial at http://www.thesaguaros.com/beta/newsag/products/dbtoyfs/tutorial_style.html?PHPSESSID=237afc62bfe09b7225c8c922779ab137)
  • Little Wizard  + (Tutorial on line at http://people.debian.org/~kaol/lw/tutorial.html)
  • MathEOS  + (Tutorials and user manual can be found at http://lecoleopensource.fr/matheos/?part=guide)
  • SolveSpace  + (Tutorials at: http://solvespace.com/tutorial.pl)
  • RufasSwap  + (Two [pre-compiled] binary executables are
    Two [pre-compiled] binary executables are provided, one for gnu/linux and one for OS-X. The static OSX executable is intended to have minimal runtime requirements: rufaswap_osx. The other binary, rufaswap_gnu, is intended to run on 64-bit linux in the presence of the directory "libs", which contains some dynamically loaded libraries that can be, but need not be present on a target system: SDL2, SFML. Build scripts for OS-X and GNU/Linux are provided also.
    for OS-X and GNU/Linux are provided also.)
  • RufasSeven  + (Unzip the archive and you will see a new d
    Unzip the archive and you will see a new directory appear with a name like "bundle_", that you should rename to something like "seven_install_directory". Linux users should then cd to seven_install_directory, then type "seven_gnu" to start the game. You may also double click the icon for seven_gnu in file manager. Mac users note that this game may be initiated in two ways also. First, by opening a terminal, navigating to the seven_install_directory, and typing "seven_osx" on the command line. Second by navigating to the installation directory in Finder and clicking the "seven.app" icon named "Seven". Note also that a 2-finger-swipe simulates the mouse wheel on a MacBook.
    er-swipe simulates the mouse wheel on a MacBook.)
  • RufasSliders  + (Unzip the archive and you will see a new d
    Unzip the archive and you will see a new directory appear with a name like bundle+date", that you should rename to something like install_directory. Linux users should then cd to install_directory, then, at the command line, type "rufaslider_gnu" to access any game. You may also double click its icon in file manager. Mac users note that this game may be initiated in two ways. First, by opening a terminal, navigating to the install_directory, and typing "rufaslider_osx" on the command line. Second by navigating to the installation directory in Finder and clicking the "rufaslider.app" icon named "rufaslider". The install_directory should contain subdirectories named "data", "libLocal", "incLocal", "puzzles". To move a block, use the arrow keys (up),(dn),(lf),(rt); If there is an ambiguity and the "automatic" selection mechanism chooses the wrong block to be moved, simply click on the desired block with the cursor before hitting a directional arrow. At any time, hit the letter (r) to reset/restart, or (esc) to quit. For Rush, Bslider and DirtyDozen, you use the (n) key to go to the next puzzle, which in general is more difficult. The (p) key takes you to the previous puzzle. Remember that (x) toggles block letters that allow you to follow solution instructions from one of the autosolvers.
    instructions from one of the autosolvers.)
  • AsmIDE  + (Usage Guide at http://members.save-net.com/jko%40save-net.com/asm/h_over.htm)
  • SnapMatcher  + (Usage Instruction at http://www.monsterden.net/software/snapmatcher#usage)
  • BgChanger  + (Usage Instructions on main page)
  • Tcplay  + (Usage documentation provided by manual page and help output from program.)
  • Freedoc  + (Usage instructions are on the home page.)
  • Hugs  + (Use guide at http://cvs.haskell.org/Hugs/pages/documentation.htm)
  • Htpasstool  + (Use instructions on web-page)
  • Xmlstarlet  + (User 's guide available in HTML format from http://xmlstar.sourceforge.net/doc/UG/; User's guide availble in PDF format from http://xmlstar.sourceforge.net/doc/UG/xmlstarlet-ug.pdf)
  • TagLib  + (User API documentation available in HTML format from http://developer.kde.org/~wheeler/taglib/api/;)
  • TRE  + (User API reference manual available in HTML format from http://laurikari.net/tre/api.html)
  • PDF Editor  + (User Documentation at http://pdfedit.petricek.net/pdfedit.user_doc, Scripting API at http://pdfedit.petricek.net/pdfedit.appendix)
  • Services for IRC Networks  + (User FAQ and README included)
  • Preview-latex  + (User FAQ and README included; User README available in HTML format from http://preview-latex.sourceforge.net/manual/Introduction.html; User manual available in HTML format from http://preview-latex.sourceforge.net/manual/index.html)
  • OTRS  + (User FAQ available from http://faq.otrs.org/otrs/faq.pl; English and German user manual available in HTML format from http://doc.otrs.org/1.3/en/html/)
  • Word2x  + (User FAQ available from http://word2x.sourceforge.net/faq.html)
  • Devfsd  + (User FAQ available from http://www.atnf.csiro.au/~rgooch/linux/docs/devfs.html)
  • Exim  + (User FAQ available from http://www.exim.org/; user manual available from http://www.exim.org/ in the following formats: txt, PostScript, PDF, Texinfo, HTML (HTML version is online; txt version is included in the distribution).)
  • Konqueror  + (User FAQ available from http://www.konqueror.org/faq.html)


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