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Software Packages in Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron

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This site provides you with information about all the packages available in the Ubuntu archive. It is generated with slightly modified scripts from packages.debian.org.

Software Packages in "hardy heron"

Administration Utilities
Utilities to administer system resources, manage user accounts, etc.
Base Utilities
Basic needed utilities of every Debian system (you needn't install this, they're provided only for upgrading purposes).
Communication Programs
Software to use your modem in the old fashioned style.
Development
Development utilities, compilers, development environments, libraries, etc.
Documentation
FAQs, HOWTOs and other documents trying to explain everything related to Debian, and software needed to browse documentation (man, info, etc).
Editors
Software to edit files. Programming environments.
Electronics
Electronics utilities.
Embedded software
Software suitable for use in embedded applications.
Games
Programs to spend a nice time with after all this setting up.
GNOME
The GNOME desktop environment, a powerful, easy to use set of integrated applications.
Graphics
Editors, viewers, converters... Everything to become an artist.
Ham Radio
Software for ham radio.



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Interpreters
All kind of interpreters for interpreted languages. Macro processors.
KDE
The K Desktop Environment, a powerful, easy to use set of integrated applications.
Library development
Libraries necessary for developers to write programs that use them.
Libraries
Libraries to make other programs work. They provide special features to developers.
Mail
Programs to route, read, and compose E-mail messages.
Mathematics
Math software.
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous utilities that didn't fit well anywhere else.
Network
Daemons and clients to connect your Debian GNU/Linux system to the world.
Newsgroups
Software to access Usenet, to set up news servers, etc.
Old Libraries
Old versions of libraries, kept for backward compatibility with old applications.
Other OS's and file systems
Software to run programs compiled for other operating system, and to use their filesystems.
Perl
Everything about Perl, an interpreted scripting language.
Python
Everything about Python, an interpreted, interactive object oriented language.
Science
Basic tools for scientific work
Shells
Command shells. Friendly user interfaces for beginners.
Sound
Utilities to deal with sound: mixers, players, recorders, CD players, etc.
TeX
The famous typesetting software and related programs.
Text Processing
Utilities to format and print text documents.
Translations
Translation packages and language support meta packages.
Utilities
Utilities for file/disk manipulation, backup and archive tools, system monitoring, input systems, etc.
Virtual packages
Virtual packages.
Web Software
Web servers, browsers, proxies, download tools etc.
X Window System software
X servers, libraries, fonts, window managers, terminal emulators and many related applications.


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Ubuntu is a Linux distribution that offers an operating system predominantly focused on desktop computers but also provides support for servers. Based on Debian GNU / Linux, Ubuntu focuses on ease of use, freedom in usage restriction, regular releases (every 6 months) and ease of installation.
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