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The program, "iwicon," is an easy and useful introduction to the Linux wireless driver and the sometimes involved subject of networking with Linux.
A progress bar window is part of many programs that take a long time to complete their tasks. This progress bar works with the shell and can monitor the progress of many different types of tasks and is one of several widgets that you can use in your own shell scripts.
Wnotes are small, self-contained scratch pads that sit in the corner of a computer's desktop and are handy whenever you need to type, cut, paste, import or save useful bits of text.
The Network Time Protocol is a service that many users don't think they'll ever need. But keeping accurate time with this convenient and easy to configure network service can save you many headaches later on.
Everyone who has typed more than a simple command at the Linux shell prompt occasionally wants a better user interface for shell scripts. These GUI dialog boxes are self contained and convenient to use in shell commands.