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Debian on old or slow computer
Replace websites with special software
Use youtube-dl -f fmt (e.g. 36) to download videos from Youtube and other websites and play it with mplayer or vlc. The old version of the english Wikipedia article about YT has a list of YT formats (itags). youtube-dl is in the Backports. Another way to use youtube-dl is to download it to ~/bin and use youtube-dl -U to update it. You can download the manpage to ~/man/man1/ and add "0 3 * * * ~/bin/youtube-dl -U >/dev/null" to your crontab. If you get "WARNING: Your copy of avconv is outdated, update avconv to version 10-0 or newer if you encounter any errors." use the libav-tools from backports (as of writing: 6:10.1-1~bpo70+1). That version lacks ffplay which is used by winff to play files.
In the Debian repositories
claws-mail (former sylpheed) is a small mail programm with the look'n'feel of thunderbird/icedove. It features pop3, imap, smtp, spam-filter, encryption and plugins. clawsker is an extra utility for configuration.
dradio is a terminal based frontend for mplayer. It plays the preconfigured danish radio and TV channels. You can configure your own channels in ~/.config/dradio/menu.xml . The config file format is described in dradio(5).
pinta is a small, but powerful paint. It doesn't print pictures.
ripit rips audio cds with the help of lame or other encoders and uses the cddb for naming. Usage example: nice -n19 ionice -c3 ripit -o /home/myuser/music -v new -S standard --eject --nointeraction --loop 1 --ripopt "-z 3"
streamripper rips audio streams into files.
Software that is not in the debian repos
jave is a program to draw ascii-art
JensKorte/scrap, a rogue-like game
JensKorte/tornado-game, a clone of an old C64 game
If you can watch small videos only, recode videos with: nice -n19 ionice -c3 mencoder -oac lavc -ovc lavc -lavcopts acodec=mp2:vcodec=mpeg2video:abitrate=128:autoaspect -of mpeg -vf scale=360:-2 -o small.mpeg big-source.avi
Make use of ionice (package util-linux). The CFQ has to be the active io scheduler in kernel. Example: nice -n19 ionice -c3 aptitude update
A draft for reporting bugs by mail can be found at JensKorte/reportbug-by-mail