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please what is the alternative open source program for : babylon dictionary dreamwaver altova XML spy media player (or anything for .mp3)

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are you using ubunu?
yes it's ubuntu
Are you new with ubuntu?

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that's right I have one day experience with it :)
Im not using ubuntu righ now. I remember that you can install software with a GUI interface (very much like Windows). Go to applications in the bar. At the bottom there is a subitem that allows you packets. You can find dictionary, games, etc. Much much more than windows
Bluefish for Dreamweaver.
Thank u both a lot and I found starDict for babylon dictionary
..and you already have installed Rhythmbox as a media (music) player. :-)
install Ubuntu tweak......A small tweak application for Ubuntu........ It will help you a lot............ Google it .....download it....install it.....Use it.......
you can find free and open source software at http://www.sourceforge.net , i believe you will find almost everything you need

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