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There is nothing better than the CLI. Here is a little CLI program that easily setup an host AP with hostapd: create_ap. It's made by an archlinux user, but it should work without problem on ubuntu 15.04, even 14.04 or 14.10 as long as all the needed depedancies are installed. Note: I have not tested it on ubuntu, only in archlinux.


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You can now try visual studio code. Microsoft's Visual Studio Code is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) with support for Mac, Linux and Windows.


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Easycap DC60 has been supported by versions 3 of the Linux kernel for some time. So it should all be a matter of plug'n'prey...,I mean, play. With the cabling correctly plugged, VLC (available from the Software Centre) can be used to capture sound and image. You must access the menu Media > Open Capture Device and set the EasyCap device (e.g. /dev/video0) ...


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I use Tomboy (available for the Software Centre). It is primarily meant as a quick note taking / note store programme, but also creates automatic links between notes and they can be organised in notebooks. Tomboy integrates tightly with Ubuntu, creating its own dash widget and making available a set of hot-keys for fast keyboard management. Tomboy ...


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Microsoft's Visual Studio Code is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) with support for Mac, Linux and Windows.


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XBMC Media Center To install it via command-line: Update the apt cache: sudo apt-get update Install XMBC Media Center: sudo apt-get install xbmc To run it via command-line: Run xbmc: xbmc


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you should probably take a look here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuScience/Physics A list of available apps: Cernlib Geant3 Lightspeed CLHEP ELMER JaxoDraw and much more. Personally I advise you to user cernlib. To install: sudo apt-get install cernlib


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There are quite a lot of software available in ubuntu repo. Some programming background is essential while choosing the one fits your need. C/C++ : Octave + gnuplot (Numerical analysis) python : Blender, i personally recommend this one. Download a latest version of this software from its official site. It has physics render engine. yet the learning curve ...


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There is zorin os looks almost exactly like windows it is found here http://zorin-os.com/ http://distrowatch.com/table.php?distribution=zorin A more premium edition let's it replicate like Ubuntu unity and genome etc.


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An easy way to do this would be to follow this guide here. It is a step by step guide for windows 7 look.


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VLC can be used for the given purpose. Media - Open capture device... Click drop-down menu for Device selection - Video device name. When something like/dev/video0 appears, just click Enter. Then Play. One can also launch directly the VLC webcam. Save the playlist as the VLC webcam is running. Media - Save playlist to file... (e.g. save as ...


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If we want texture-packer (or even spine) like abilities, the best free tool out there would be synfigstudio. synfigstudio is an animation tool which can be used to create hierarchical skeletons that can be animated using twining and other cool features. So you can create cool looking animated renders of frames - which you can then stitch together through ...


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Use a desktop wiki, e.g. Zim: sudo apt-get install zim You can export human readable text files, for example, if you using "markdown" as export format. Alternatively, you can export as HTML (via GUI or terminal) and convert into text with html2text. e.g.: zim --export --output=./html --format=html ~/<your_notebooks_path> find ./html -type f ...


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Libreoffice calc and most other spreadsheet software can save and read .csv files which can be saved as a .txt and can be opened in any text editor. From the Wikipedia page on CSV files: A comma-separated values (CSV) (also sometimes called character-separated values) file stores tabular data (numbers and text) in plain-text form. Plain text means that ...


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i would recommend a database like mysql for storing structured information. It's a little bit more work at the beginning, but for future use, i think, you'll be really glad ;) For viewing/editing you could use something like phpmyadmin or HeidiSQL (Windows). Regards Jonas


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Indicator Systemtray Unity for Ubuntu 14.04 - 15.04 Category: System Indicator, when clicked, shows the tray. Also there is a display mode "separately from the indicator" - on top of the panel like a dock. In this mode, the position can be changed by scrolling the mouse over the indicator. To change the mode position: press the middle mouse button on ...


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Indicator Netspeed Unity Category: System Information Shows the incoming and outgoing network traffic. Significantly modified Netspeed Indicator. Features: Four display modes of traffic. Shows how much has been downloaded and uploaded data for the current session. Added "Settings" menu. It is possible to change the prefix (KiB/kB/kb), the icon theme, ...


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As of now there is the GUI for a popular Youtube-dl available. Where you can manually configure all the settings and just paste & download from link. To install it: sudo apt-add-repository ppa:nilarimogard/webupd8 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install youtube-dlg


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XTerm is also very good! This article covers lot of its features: http://lukas.zapletalovi.com/2013/07/hidden-gems-of-xterm.html


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I wrote Fourterm, Terminator-like terminal written in GTK+/Vala. It's faster, but it has less features. https://github.com/lzap/fourterm


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Or you can have the xbox modded and it will play backups, copying games however (which is what you are doing when you load his games onto a computer) requires ripping programs you can get from xbox modding forums. Be wary though, if you don't know what you are doing you can brick his xbox, best thing is to hire someone to mod it for you. Also the law states ...


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Ubuntu Studio 64 This 64bit Ubuntu sports the XFCE desktop (lightweight) and the XFCE4 panel for easy access to often used aps / programs. Get Ubuntu studio here: http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/ubuntustudio/releases/14.04/release/ This low latency distro commes with a lot of multimedia programs, ready installed or with tweeked installers to even more. Works like ...


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You can use ttyrec sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install ttyrec http://0xcc.net/ttyrec/index.html.en There are a a few options, look for ttyrec -u Which allows you to record to a zip file you can later unzip and should be able to play in a regular terminal later that you can easily take a screenshot of.


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In addition to Rozza's answer you can group the results and see how much each channel is used: sudo iwlist wlan0 scan | grep Frequency | sort | uniq -c | sort -n Example output would be like this: 1 Frequency:2.422 GHz (Channel 3) 1 Frequency:2.432 GHz (Channel 5) 1 Frequency:5.26 GHz ...


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Jitsi has a functionality called Call Transfer that should produce the result you seek: One useful feature of IP telephony is the fact that users can easily transfer their calls to someone else. Imagine for example that you are talking to a friend who’s asking you about your notes of a particular class or lecture. You don’t have them but you know ...


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BitThief - A Free Riding BitTorrent Client It comes from the Distributed Computing Group at ETH Zurich. It is in my opinion one of the slimmest clients available, has no extra features at all and has the fastest download speed. It is run in a Java Environment. The client is also interesting, because it's possible to deactivate uploading without any ...


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Most convenient tool I discovered several years ago is JDownloader. Free, cross-platform and localized. It can work as regular d/l manager, and as "special downloader" for grabbing videos from many sources like YouTube, xhamster :-) and so on. JVM is required and may be d/l-ed with installation kit or it can use existing one.


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To install youtube-dl: Recommended way (latest version): Open a terminal with Ctrl+Alt+T or searching Terminal in the dash. Install youtube-dl with this command (you'll be prompted for your password): sudo wget https://yt-dl.org/downloads/latest/youtube-dl -O /usr/local/bin/youtube-dl && sudo chmod a+x /usr/local/bin/youtube-dl Not recommended ...


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This should be enough: Software: sudo apt-get install bottlerocket via aboutdebian which is also available in Ubuntu 15.04. Hardware: cm19a usb unit (or serial unit) and a kr19a from x10.com gives you a usb controller, a wireless receiver, keychain transmitter and a lamp unit for the coffee pot. You might want to compare against amazon for pricing.


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Taking a step further, if you like to learn a new command with ascii art generated cartoon character like shown below. You can use cowsay utility and put a simple one line to learn new command. installing cowsay sudo apt-get install cowsay add below line to your .bashrc or .zshrc file located at ~/ i.e ~/.bashrc or ~/.zshrc to get an ascii art ...


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You can use the grep command from terminal: grep -r string * This command will find all occurrences of "string" in all the files under the current directory (or subdrectories). For hidden files, you can use: grep -r string ..


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Zim Zim is an alternate personal wiki tool, allows images to be inserted, using the attach option from the menu or toolbar.


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tomboy does not allow to insert images, but there is and add-in for inserting latex equations. With keepnote you can insert images, but you can not write equations.


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Source. In order to work with CDR images you need to install some delegates for ImageMagick. In order to convert CDR files you need to install uniconvertor for CDR delegate: sudo apt-get install python-uniconvertor List of all delegates: convert -list delegate By default it outputs: cdr => "uniconvertor" "%i" "%o.svg"; mv ...


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Anki is my favorite, and I use it every day, but Duolingo is also a great resource that I use pretty often too. While Anki has a .deb install package Duolingo is just a website, but also has ios and android apps.


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Why not use dictionary.com? It has great "word of the day" features. And it's platform independent. Same goes for merriam-webster.com and other online dictionaries.


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You may be interested in the following terminals: tilda guake yakuake stjerm Second two are drop-down terminals so they don't take out much of screen real-estate. Tilda isn't actually drop-down, but a very minimalistic terminal, without any window embellishments at all. It can be moved around the screen by holding Alt, double clicking on it, and ...


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ProjectM is a standalone visualization app that plays the WinAmp MilkDrop visualizations. It's engine is what powers the visualizations on XMBC, Clementine and others. It can be installed stand-alone and will play visualizations for whatever is pumping out of your speakers (technical: it taps into pulseaudio to "hear" the audio). This way you can use ...


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gnome-weather works fine under LXDE (Lubuntu); I installed it in the Application Launch Bar. sudo apt-get install gnome-weather.


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Anki is a great software for learning all kinds of stuff. There also is an Android version, so you can learn your stuff when you're waiting somewhere but still type in or choose from premade decks what you want to learn on your computer because it has a sync feature.


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I guess you are lucky, I found one. But it doesn't look that easy. I never used it, but it seems to fit your requirements. It's called fossil sudo aptitude install fossil I also found a "top ten" page from a user, which might be of use.


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You can also try RationalPlan Single. It is not open source but it is free for Linux users.


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Using curl with the -i option will allow you to view the response headers and body from the server. Ex (piped to less for more control over viewing output): curl -i http://askubuntu.com | less The first line of the headers will contain the HTTP status code -- typically something like "HTTP/1.1 200 OK" or "HTTP/1.1 500 Internal Server Error" -- if that is ...


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If they are all in the same directory, you can just cat them to the output file. cat *.mp3 > output.mp3 If the file names do not reflect the order that they appear in the playlist follow this tutorial to rename them accordingly. To read the contents of the playlist file and then cat each song in turn, while read -r line; do cat "$line"; done ...



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