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FreeCAD là một mục đích chung của chương trình Thiết kế máy tính hỗ trợ 3D phù hợp để sử dụng trong kỹ thuật và kiến trúc. Với thực tế là FreeCAD là FOSS, nó có thể dễ dàng tùy chỉnh và mở rộng thông qua việc sử dụng các kịch bản Python.

FreeCAD

FreeCAD

Websitehttp://www.freecadweb.org/

9. Owncloud

Although not a new kid on the block in any way, I chose to include OwnCloud in this review due to its importance. As an alternative to commercial Dropbox, security and privacy are achieved without much hassle and allow you to easily set up a customized cloud storage and file sharing solution.

We already covered installation about Owncloud in depth here: Create Personal/Private Cloud Storage Solution in Linux

Owncloud Storage Solutions

Owncloud Storage Solutions

Websitehttp://www.owncloud.com

10. MediaWiki

MediaWiki is a program for creating and managing a Wikipedia-like website (in fact, Wikipedia itself is based on MediaWiki) where a community can add, remove, update and revert entries, and authors are notified upon such changes.

MediaWiki

MediaWiki

Websitehttp://www.mediawiki.org

11. Bleachbit

You can think of Bleachbit as the CCleaner for Linux – but more powerful. It will not only recover disk space by deleting temporary or otherwise unnecessary files, but will also improve Firefox performance and securely destroy unnecessary files to prevent recovery.

We already covered installation about Bleachbit in depth here: Disk Space Cleaner and Privacy Guard for Linux

Bleachbit

Bleachbit

Websitehttp://bleachbit.sourceforge.net/

12. CodeMirror

CodeMirror is a very powerful Javascript-based text editor for the web browser. CodeMirror includes syntax highlighting for over 100 languages and a robust API. If you own a website or blog that provides programming tutorials, you will find CodeMirror to be a very useful tool.

CodeMirror Syntax Highlighting

CodeMirror Syntax Highlighting

Websitehttp://codemirror.net

13. GNUMed (Client + Server)

Having been extensively tested by real doctors in their practice, GNUMed enable health professionals to keep a medical record of their patients history. To use GNUMed, you will need to install both the client and the server, and take necessary precautions to protect and back up data as you would do in any other case where information is highly valuable.

GNUMed

GNUMed

Websitehttp://wiki.gnumed.de

14. OCS Inventory NG

Open Computer and Software Inventory Next Generation, or OCS Inventory NG for short, is a lightweight web application that can help network and system administrators to keep track of 1) all the devices connected to the network, and 2) machine configuration and software installed in them.

The project’s website (listed below) has a fully functional demo in case you want to check it out before attempting to actually install the program. In addition, OCS Inventory NG relies on well-known technologies as Apache and MySQL / MariaDB, making it a robust program.

OCS Inventory NG

OCS Inventory NG

Websitehttp://www.ocsinventory-ng.org/en/

15. GLPI

Often used in conjunction with OCS Inventory NGGLPI is a multilingual, free IT asset management software that not only provides the tools to build up a database with an inventory of your network devices, but also includes a job-tracking-system with mail notifications.

Other distinguishing features include, but are not limited to:

  1. Interventions history
  2. Solution approval
  3. Satisfaction survey
  4. Exporting inventory to PDF, spreadsheet, or PNG formats

We already covered installation about GLPI IT Asset Management tool in depth here: Install GLPI IT and Asset Management Tool in Linux

GLPI IT Asset Management

GLPI IT Asset Management

Websitehttp://glpi-project.org/spip.php?lang=en

16. Ampache

With Ampache, you can set up your own home media center or online audio and video streaming application and access it from anywhere with an Internet connection.

Although it is designed as a personal application, Ampache allows for public registration if an administrator chooses to enable that feature.

Ampache MP3 Steaming

Ampache MP3 Steaming

Websitehttp://ampache.org/

17. PDFEdit

As a complete pdf document editing solution, PDFEdit lets you edit and manipulate PDF documents very easily. PDFEditor includes a rich API that allows you to extend its native functionality through the use of scripts.

The website and the wiki provide detailed documentation on how to use and tweak PDFEdit.

PDFEdit PDF Editor

PDFEdit PDF Editor

Websitehttp://pdfedit.cz/

18. Lemon POS

If you own a small or medium business you will undoubtedly need a Point Of Sale program. As such, Lemon POSmay be a lifesaver for you. It uses a MySQL / MariaDB database for data storage, and thus a single database can be used with multiple active terminals at the same time. On top of all that, Lemon POS also includes a search panel, a price-checker utility, and a tool to create printed reports.

Lemon POS

Lemon POS

Websitehttp://sourceforge.net/projects/lemonpos/

19. OpenShot

OpenShot is a FOSS video editor for Linux that can help you create “the film you have always dreamed of” (in the words of its developers) with your home videos, pictures, and music files. It also allows you to add subtitles, transition effects, and export the resulting video file to DVD and many other common formats.

OpenShot Video Editor

OpenShot Video Editor

Websitehttp://www.openshot.org

20. LAN Messenger

LAN Messenger is a multilingual (a language pack is needed) and cross-platform (works in Linux, Windows, and Mac) IM program for communication over a LAN. It provides file transfers, message logging, and event notifications – all without the need to set up a server!

LAN Messenger

LAN Messenger

Websitehttp://lanmsngr.sourceforge.net/

Summary

In this article I have described 20 free and open source applications that I have found during the year 2017, and hope that it sparks your interest in one or more of them.

Would you like us to cover any of them in greater detail on this site? Have you found another great FOSS application that you would like to share with the rest of the community? Just let us know using the comment form below. Questions, comments, and suggestions are also welcome.

FreeCAD

 

Websitehttp://www.freecadweb.org/