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Appendix B. Applications

The following table shows some of the Red Hat Linux applications that are available to perform many common tasks. This is not a complete list of all applications available. Applications in between (parentheses) denotes the formal name of the application.

CategoryRecommended ApplicationExtras
Word WriteKWord CalcGnumeric, KSpread ImpressKPresenter, MagicPoint
Charts and DiagramsDiaKchart, Kivio, XFig
GraphicsThe GIMP, Paint Program (KPaint)Icon Editor (K Icon Editor)
Image ViewersGThumbImage Viewer (Kuickshow), The GIMP
Digital Cameras/ScannersDigital Camera Tool (gtKam), Scanning (XSane)Scan and OCR Program (Kooka), The GIMP
PDAsJpilotKPilot, Evolution
CD RecordingCD Creator, cdrecord, X-CD-RoastKOnCD
Text EditorsText Editor (gedit)vi, Emacs, Kate
Email ClientsEvolutionKmail, Mozilla Mail, mutt
Web BrowsersMozillaGaleon, Konquerer, links, lynx
Chat/Instant MessagingInstant Messenger (GAIM)X-Chat, Chatzilla
PDF/PostScript ViewersxpdfGhostview
Personal FinanceGnucash 
FaxFax Viewer (KFax) 
SoundAudio Player (XMMS), CD Player (GNOME CD), Sound Recorder (GNOME Sound),Volume Monitor (VUMeter)KDE CD Player, aumix, KDE Sound Mixer, KMid

Table B-1. Applications

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