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Drush Drush
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MySQL MySQL
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PHP PHP
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Apache HTTP Server Apache HTTP Server
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Ubuntu Ubuntu
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Linux Kernel Linux Kernel
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Drupal (core) Drupal (core)
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zsh zsh
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Drupal (contributions) Drupal (contributions)
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sudo sudo
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Vim Vim
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X.Org X.Org
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mutt mutt
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GnuPG GnuPG
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rsnapshot rsnapshot
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GNU grep GNU grep
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rsync rsync
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Revelation Revelation
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3
   

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logcheck
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I

IMP
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OpenSSL OpenSSL
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Turba
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GNU Core Utilities GNU Core Utilities
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irssi irssi
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S.M.A.R.T. Monitoring Tools S.M.A.R.T. Monitoring Tools
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Wget Wget
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GNU Screen GNU Screen
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K

Kronolith
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GNU tar GNU tar
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Workrave Workrave
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GNU GRUB GNU GRUB
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Debian Debian
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mdadm mdadm
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GNOME GNOME
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SpamAssassin SpamAssassin
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man man
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GNU Diff Utilities GNU Diff Utilities
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procmail
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Horde Horde
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GNU findutils GNU findutils
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Common Unix Printing System (CUPS) Common Unix Printing System (CUPS)
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OpenSSH OpenSSH
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BIND (Berkeley Internet Name Domain) BIND (Berkeley Internet Name Domain)
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Postfix Postfix
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Mailman Mailman
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3
   

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AWStats AWStats
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3
   

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GIMP GIMP
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4
   

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Git Git
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4
   

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Redmine Redmine
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LibreOffice LibreOffice
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Chromium (Google Chrome) Chromium (Google Chrome)
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Evince Evince
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OpenVPN OpenVPN
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Aptitude Aptitude
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dpkg dpkg
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4
   

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FLAC - Free Lossless Audio Codec FLAC - Free Lossless Audio Codec
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VLC media player VLC media player
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GNU Parted GNU Parted
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Transmission Transmission
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NetworkManager NetworkManager
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3
   

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Oracle VM VirtualBox Oracle VM VirtualBox
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MediaWiki MediaWiki
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Totem Totem
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3
   

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RabbitVCS RabbitVCS
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Rhythmbox Rhythmbox
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Dovecot Dovecot
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Dia Dia
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3
   

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GNOME Terminal GNOME Terminal
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Tomboy Tomboy
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GNOME Web (Epiphany) GNOME Web (Epiphany)
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Compiz Fusion Compiz Fusion
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Gallery 3 Gallery 3
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3
   

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Simple Scan
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w3m w3m
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3
   

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Empathy Empathy
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3
   

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PDF Mod PDF Mod
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5
 

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ejabberd ejabberd
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4
   

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