Favorite Terminal Applications - BSD
r4ndom
Members
music: mpd/ncmpcpp
video: mpv
music/video streamer: mpv
file manager: coreutils
irc client: -
terminal emulator: urxvt
system monitor: htop
text editor: vim
screenshot: scrot
torrent client: -
image viewer: meh
mail client: mutt
other/fun: lemonbar / dmenu / wal / git
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What a random Github page
robotchaos
Long time nixers
music: moc
video: -
music/video streamer: -
file manager: vifm
irc client: sic
terminal emulator: st
system monitor: top
text editor: vim
screenshot: scrot
torrent client: -
image viewer: sxiv
mail client: mutt
other/fun: dmenu / git / dungeon-crawl-stone-soup
evbo
Members
music: cmus
video: mpv
music/video streamer: mpv + youtube-dl
file manager: ranger
irc client: weechat
terminal emulator: st
system monitor: htop
text editor: vim
screenshot: scrot
torrent client: rtorrent
image viewer: feh
mail client: neomutt
other/fun: dmenu / nethack
drkhsh
Members
music: cmus
video: mpv
file manager: shell (+ sometimes ranger or even pcmanfm)
irc client: weechat in dtach
terminal emulator: st
text editor: vi
mail client: mutt + isync + vdirsyncer/khard/khal
image viewer: sxiv
torrent client: aria2c
screenshot: scrot
system monitor: htop
multiplexer (on servers): tmux
shell: zsh and ksh
version control: git
Wildefyr
Long time nixers
Been awhile since I've done this one, not much has changed since I've come back, but I still don't have a mail client!

music: mpvc
video: mpv
volume control: pulsemixer
file manager: fff
irc client: weechat
terminal emulator: rxvt-unicode
text editor: nvim
mail client: -
image viewer: mpv / w3m-img
torrent client: tremc
screenshot: xscreenshot | ff2png
system monitor: htop-vi / glances / ps
multiplexer: tmux / dtach
shell: zsh / mksh
venam
Administrators
Let's bump this!

music: mpd + ncmpcpp
video: mplayer
volume control: a mix between pulsemixer and pavucontrol
file manager: the command line or thunar
terminal emulator: rxvt-unicode
text editor: vim, gedit, firefox, eclipse, etc.. it depends on the case
mail client: claws-mail or firefox
image viewer: mirage
torrent client: rtorrent
screenshot: scrot
system monitor: htop and anything else on the command line
multiplexer: tmux
shell: zsh, bash
neeasade
Grey Hair Nixers
Well, I thought I would have completed this previously in this thread(pre emacs) but I had not. cusp of 2020 edition:

music: mpd + mpc/scripted[1]
video: mpv
volume control: ponymix/fallback pavucontrol to check things
file manager: emacs(dired)
terminal emulator: emacs(Mx shell)
text editor: emacs
mail client: gmail web client ?
image viewer: emacs or meh
torrent client: deluge -- been meaning to checkout [2]
screenshot: maim/slop + some wrapper functions [3]
system monitor: xst+htop -- but I have just learned of emacs' proced, and it looks nice.
multiplexer: emacs
shell: bash

[1] playlists via search terms: https://github.com/neeasade/dotfiles/blo.../bin/music
[2] https://github.com/skangas/mentor
[3] I keep a folder called 'Last_shot' where I track the last screenshot -- this lets me pin the folder for GTK/qt file selector dialogs so it's easy/mindless to get the most recent screenshot. On new screenshots, the last shot is moved to ~/Screenshots
xero
Long time nixers
music: cmus
video: mpv
volume control: amixer
file manager: n/a (core utils)
terminal emulator: rxvt-unicode
text editor: nvim (or some tiny vi clone for speed)
mail client: n/a
image viewer: feh
torrent client: rutorrent
screenshot: scrot
system monitor: htop, ntop-ng, sensors, nmon, etc
multiplexer: tmux
shell: zsh (bash when i must)
gmk
Long time nixers
(05-11-2015, 05:22 PM)October Wrote: screenshot: emacs

Is this really possible/Has someone done this? (I'm a vim guy so sorry for my ignorance)
zge
Long time nixers
(27-12-2019, 12:07 PM)gmk Wrote:
(05-11-2015, 05:22 PM)October Wrote: screenshot: emacs

Is this really possible/Has someone done this? (I'm a vim guy so sorry for my ignorance)

Sure, why not. There should be nothing in a screenshot tool that couldn't be done with elisp. I don't know of any such implementation (although porting scrot or maim shouldn't be that hard), but I'm guessing October is probably talking about something like https://github.com/tarsius/frameshot or https://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/ScreenShot.