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proprietary software alternatives on linux

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hi, I found this great link about which freeware can be used in place of "proprietary software"(leaseware in plain english) on windows but I am sure that most linux users have other imput such as the freeware they use in place of their windows alternatives(for example I really like VLC media player, the battle for westnord game and kb3 burning program on kubuntu), anyway here is the link and hope this saves a bundle of money for users on the one hand and kills the urge to steal on the other, thanks,

Oh, and if you could add the distro too which the program is used on, thanks again

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