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  • abook for addresses
  • neomutt for e-mails
  • calcurse for planning things (calendar app)
  • wordgrinder for taking notes (better than any office app)
  • micro for writing plain text
  • most as pager
  • mc for handling files, ftp and sftp too; nnn is nice for local use
  • links for browsing the net
  • profanity as xmpp client
  • toot for Mastodon
  • amfora for gemini capsules
  • gopher for gopher holes
  • dict for looking up words

These I use on a daily basis. I really like to test all these nice cli software because most of it is easy to use and beautiful. ;-)

BTW: Is there a nice CLI App for lemmy?

Not yet. Someone did start a Rust-based TUI for Lemmy but I think it was abandoned.

Htop. A system monitor shouldn’t be using a significant portion of your system resources. It even supports mouse input from inside the terminal!

I second htop. Also iotop for disk io. When making small changes to a file on the command line, I use vim. Otherwise emacs :).

I really like https://github.com/Swordfish90/cool-retro-term but usually I use xfce4-terminal or gnome-terminal.

wow this is nice!

Are we talking about terminal emulators or cli/tui apps? In the first case it’d be foot for me.

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In that case it’s vim :D

Ranger is great. Similar to Mc.

Also like warp door which basically is bookmarks for your file directory.

And jump is great it’s like a fuzzy finder for locations in your directory.

I dont know its name, it’s just the terminal.

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