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You can use a not flag in a find command and iterate over that output. Find files that do not have an extension, or more specific, files that do not have a dot in their name: find . -type f -not -name "*.*" Iterate over these files and call html2text: for file in `find . -type f -not -name "*.*"`; do html2text "$file" > "$file.txt"; done


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I can't comment on best answer in this thread, so here is mine. Personally, I use these aliases for URL encoding and decoding: alias urlencode='python -c "import urllib, sys; print urllib.quote( sys.argv[1] if len(sys.argv) > 1 else sys.stdin.read()[0:-1])"' alias urldecode='python -c "import urllib, sys; print urllib.unquote(sys.argv[1] if ...


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sudo apt-get install texinfo makeinfo --html --no-split -o a.html a.texi firefox a.html You can also convert to many other formats if you prefer: makeinfo a.texi. Generates an a.info file which can be opened with: info -f a.info This is the most "native" local GNU documentation format. makeinfo --pdf a.info Requires LaTeX. texi2html appears to ...


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I would install and use Handbrake just follow the download link. Handbrake lets you queue a work load; have a look at this tutorial.


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avconv doesn't support 3gp codec, Check the list of supported codes by: avconv -codecs you need to install the non free/restricted packages of ffmpeg: sudo apt-get install libavcodec-extra-53 libavformat-extra-53 libavutil-extra-51 using ffmpeg: Now to convert: ffmpeg -y -i movie.mp4 -r 20 -s 352x288 -b 400k -acodec aac -strict experimental -ac 1 -ar ...


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pdftoppm creates output files in the directory where You run it. So if You simply open a terminal, You always start at Your home directory. This: user@pc:~$ pdftoppm -png file.pdf prefix should create png file(s) in home directory (~ is the same as /home/user) with name(s) starting with prefix. I've just checked it on my machine (Xubuntu 15.04) - it ...



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