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apps.KDE.com: KDE.com is a top resource for KDE (K Desktop Environment) Linux/Unix downloads.
Enterpriseitplanet Linux Apps: This is a comprehensive directory of Linux downloads.
Freshmeat.net: freshmeat.net maintains a large collection of Unix and cross-platform open source software. Thousands of applications are meticulously cataloged in the freshmeat.net database, and links to new code are added daily.
Freshmeat.net News:A list of the newest versions of software applications, updated daily. Visit this site often to keep your system up-to-date.
Ibiblio Linux Archives: Ibiblio offers over 171 gigabytes of Linux software applications freely downloadable via FTP or WWW access.
Linux Archives: The Linux Archives lists software applications for the Linux operating system by more than a dozen categories.
OSDir.com: OSDir is a directory of open source software that includes Linux applications as well as full distributions.
RPM Find: The RPM Find tool allows automate the search of packages from the RPM Database, which helps you maintain your system up-to-date in a more automated way. RPM Find is a large database of software for the Linux operating system. It has a listing of RPM packages for various distributions and architectures.
SourceForge: “SourceForge.net is the world’s largest open source software development website, with the largest repository of Open Source code and applications available on the Internet. SourceForge.net provides free services to Open Source developers.”
Scientific Applications on Linux: This collection of information and links to software will be of interest to scientists and engineers.
Tucows Linux: Tucows has earned its name early on for being the first to provide software on a “freeware” or “shareware” basis. It has a Linux software section, which has software applications for Linux-based systems.
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