A search for "Ubuntu", or for anything, never turns up results: Diagnostics: Pausing downloads before performing test................................................... TCP/Web100 Network ...
search command for packages in Ubuntu terminal to search updates and patches of the package specifically
Can I know what is the command to search any package using the terminal, if I only know the name of the Software like, if I want to search VLC or JDK,JRE.. etc If I do not know what is the url where ...
Does any other desktop environment have the type-to-search-application-menus feature found in Unity? I’m curios about trying a more spartan desktop such as Xfce or LXDE. Or maybe something entirely ...
I want to deploy a "Did you know..." or "Tip of the day" application at the office. It should: Show a dialog at login time with a random tip. Obviously, provide some way to store my own tips. Be ...
The only thing I will miss after moving to LXDE from Unity will be the Unity Dash. Its functionality, not the piss-poor performance that is. So here's my question. I know there is synapse but AFAIK it ...
Possible Duplicate: What is the best desktop search tool? I want to know which is the best software for desktop search for ubuntu 11.10 regards, Gourik
IMO, Everything search engine is the best desktop search software on Windows and I wonder if there is an equivalent software on Ubuntu ?
Under Windows there is a smart software "Everything" listening to changes in NTFS that allows it to search files by names instantly - for a second or less. Is there such ability for Ubuntu?
I am looking for a software that will search text in files from a folder similar to XYplorer. Is there something similar?
Is there a command-line utility app which can find a specific block of lines in a text file, and replace it?
UPDATE (see end of question) The text "search and replace" utility programs I've seen, seem to only search on a line-by-line basis... Is there a command-line tool which can locate one block of ...
I would like to automate the process of tagging my photos with subjects' names. Is there any software for Ubuntu that can perform face recognition on a local photo collection?