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Comment apg can help (Score 0) 563

http://www.adel.nursat.kz/apg/Automated Password Generator can generate very nice, pronouncable, but still pretty secure passwords. Add a few punctuation characters, and you have a strong password that is fairly easy to remember.

An example of the output:

me@host:~$ apg

Please enter some random data (only first 8 are significant)
(eg. your old password):>
Bachmebjij8 (Bach-meb-jij-EIGHT)
7Knipwoi (SEVEN-Knip-woi)
gruemUnrod2 (gruem-Un-rod-TWO)
MaHiopt1 (Ma-Hi-opt-ONE)
RidHynEbr8Or (Rid-Hyn-Ebr-EIGHT-Or)
AfnoHoorfid9 (Af-no-Hoorf-id-NINE)

Comment Missing option: Kate (Score 0) 1131

It's just so good I had to go back to KDE 3.5 after trying to find a good editor under Gnome.

The KDE4 version of Kate sucked when I tried it: try pasting a very long (several thousand characters) long string into it: it just hangs for seconds, sometimes minutes. I hope they'll fix it up along with the other shortcomings of KDE 4 (haven't tried 4.2 yet, dunno if this Kate issue is fixed or not).

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