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sudo sudo
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GNU Emacs GNU Emacs
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Apache HTTP Server Apache HTTP Server
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Git Git
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OProfile
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GNU Compiler Collection GNU Compiler Collection
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GNU Core Utilities GNU Core Utilities
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X.Org X.Org
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Mozilla Firefox Mozilla Firefox
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GNU tar GNU tar
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Bash Bash
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Boost C++ Libraries Boost C++ Libraries
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GNU Make GNU Make
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GraphViz GraphViz
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Valgrind
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C

CGAL
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Linux Kernel Linux Kernel
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GNOME GNOME
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Python programming language Python programming language
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Trac Trac
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NumPy NumPy
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matplotlib matplotlib
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SciPy SciPy
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GNU grep GNU grep
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OpenSSH OpenSSH
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GIMP GIMP
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graph-tool graph-tool
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