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If I understand what you are saying then you need an application that enable you to zoom a video?! For that you can use the amazing application VLC, install it if you didn't yet: sudo apt-get install vlc Now to enable zooming: run your video using VLC Click on the Tools menu > Effects and Filters. Click on the Video Effects menu > Geometry. Check ...


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for listen OGG/Vorbis radio stream just write ogg123 http://ai-radio.org be sure u have installed vorbis packages


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just write one line in terminal;) and listen radio streams for OGG/OPUS streams wget -qO- http://ai-radio.org/128.opus | opusdec - - | aplay -qfdat be sure u have installed opus packages Enjoy


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You might want to try the Slacko Puppy distro. It's designed to be a very lightweight OS and run well on low spec machines. Here's a link to the lastest release's page: Slacko Puppy Latest Release


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Pushbullet is a service that have a primary function as a bridge between your phone and browser. All notifications from phone gets to your desktop. Now there are many more features, as calling or sending texts from desktop. Explore their channels and many integrations that are made by community.


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Use this: #!/bin/bash saved='b3eeb9430063ee4db5f80b97d4dfb4c4f7667e6e58fd12f849a4ed6779b7f212' find /home/user/ -type f | while IFS= read -r file; do [[ "$(sha256sum "$file" | cut -d' ' -f1)" == $saved ]] && echo "$file" done saved will contain the hashsum of the file you have It will find all the files in /home/user/ (replace it with the ...


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You can use Aptana Studio Highlighting HTML: Highlighting for PHP: Highlighting Javascript: Highlighting CSS: Now inorder to install it in Ubuntu please refer to how do I install Aptana Studio 3 in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS? Else if you still using 12.04 you can check this


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If you use xfce (xubuntu) the Time Out plugin does this very well. See http://goodies.xfce.org/projects/panel-plugins/xfce4-time-out-plugin To install: sudo apt-get install xfce4-time-out-plugin


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Install vnstat by running this in a terminal: sudo apt-get install vnstat Once installed, run vnstat in a terminal to show your internet usage. Example output: rx / tx / total / estimated eth0: Jun '13 14.40 GiB / 1.70 GiB / 16.10 GiB Jul '13 3.57 GiB / 2.55 GiB / 6.12 GiB / ...


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Indicator-xkbmod Category: Accessibility Keyboard modifiers state indicator for Ubuntu Unity desktop. Unity lacks such accessibility tools which most likely needed when sticky keys is activated. Icon Mode Label Mode Daily Build: To install add PPA sudo add-apt-repository ppa:sneetsher/one sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install indicator-xkbmod


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you can give a try for bitcoin-qt Add the repository sudo add-apt-repository ppa:bitcoin/bitcoin Update Software List sudo apt-get update Install the application sudo apt-get install bitcoin


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Calendar Indicator Calendar indicator is linked with Google Calendar, You can access your Google account calendar via this indicator and get notifications directly on your desktop. To install Calendar indicator in Ubuntu: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:atareao/atareao sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install calendar-indicator


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Crypt-folder Indicator With Crypt-Folder you can manage EncFS folders via this indicator, You can mount, unmount EncFS folders, create new EncFS folders, stores the password in Gnome Key-ring and mounts it at login, change existing EncFS folders password. To install Cryptfolder indicator in Ubuntu: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:atareao/atareao sudo apt-get ...


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Tomboy Notes Indicator Tomboy is a desktop note-taking application which is simple and easy to use. It lets you organise your notes intelligently by allowing you to easily link ideas together with Wiki style interconnects. To install Tomboy Notes Indicator in Ubuntu: sudo apt-get install tomboy


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Synapse Indicator Indicator Synapse, a search indicator made by Tom Beckmann for elementary OS. The indicator is similar to Mac OS Spotlight. It creates virtual index of files and items which are on the system. It is designed to access files and items quickly. It also has ability to search in online dictionary/knowledge engine (WolframAlpha) and web. To ...


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Reminder Indicator Reminder indicator is an indicator app specially designed for Ubuntu to set schedule reminders. These reminders can be configured to play a sound, show a notification, and/or run a command. Indicator Reminder has a powerful date/time selection feature that allows you to express recurring dates/times in plain English. For example: "every ...


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I can't find any applications specifically designed to do this with the layout that you describe, but Whisker Menu has this layout. Whisker Menu is a plugin for Xfce that gives the user a nicer menu, and appears when it's clicked on the panel. However, if you're desperate, you can run it inside Unity with some hacks - open up a terminal and do the ...


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i post my experience shrinking a boot disk with 250gb(sda) to a 120gb(sdc) disk sda contains 2 partitions: sda1 --> /boot (ext3) sda2 --> lvm2: /(245gb) and swap(5gb) so i do: dd sda mbr to sdc fdisk sdc and write the changes, so it creates the structure in sdc dd sda1 to sdc1 then as my gparted NOT works with lvm: from a rescue disk: first ...


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There are quite a few (though I have not tried all of them in 12.04): Gwibber To install this, run the following code in the terminal: sudo apt-get install gwibber although a post Install latest Gwibber (friends-app) in Ubuntu 12.04? says that the package is broken (I have not tested this) Polly - supports in-line images To install this, run the ...


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I don't know if you resolve this issue, a application web is the best solution, you don't need internet connection. You can develop a web application and put on the web server using LAMP or LEMP server of local way. Also, if you develop a application with Gambas you don't need Wine, this is need only if you try run de VB app in Linux.


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Another thing to check is that your region is set correctly on your DVD drive. From Setting DVD Region Codes: If your DVD player regularly locks up when you try to play back a DVD, your DVD player probably does not match the DVD's region code. Region codes are a form of vendor lock-in. For example, you cannot play a DVD published in Japan (Region ...


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Conversion between bases in bc is fairly easy. Just set ibase and obase to the required bases. The default for both is 10, so we can just set ibase to 2. I used a file (named, say, foo) containing: ibase=2 ...


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Kimai is a tool I used for my clients a lot: http://www.kimai.org/ Web based open source! Meanwhile only the times i am in the company are important, so i use TrackWorkTime from F-Droid: http://www.zephyrsoft.org/trackworktime It is a wifi acess point based login logoff tracking tool which makes everything automatic which i need. But for getting all ...


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I got good results when annotating and editing PDFs online using PDFescape. There's a limitation on file size (10MB) and number of pages (100) though.


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There are a few things you need to do to play DVDs in Ubuntu. First you need to install restricted extras: sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras Next you need to install libdvdread: sudo apt-get install libdvdread4 Finally you need to execute it: sudo /usr/share/doc/libdvdread4/install-css.sh Some Media Players won't automatically update ...


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you can install pavucontrol . It's a pretty nice sound system. sudo apt-get install pavucontrol


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If you need to automate your post Install tasks there is a very nice tool already available. It is called ubuntu-post-install. You can find it in the below ppa. https://launchpad.net/~thefanclub/+archive/ubuntu/ubuntu-after-install This Tool has a GUI where you can select the software you want to automatically install. I use it a lot really Nice tool. Give ...


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My choice of terminal is Yakuake. It has both vertical and horizontal functionality and more: Installation sudo apt-get install yakuake sudo yum install yakuake


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I have to select programming language each time I highlight which will be about 100 times in one report, that's way too much Actually there's a way to bind coloring in a given language to a hot key. Make the following sub and bind it to a hot key: Go to Tools → Macros → Organaize macros → LibreOffice Basic. Select Module1 and press Edit: Then ...


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Found a work around Work around Miscellaneous platform-specific issues (Linux) A playback or recording freeze, recording dropouts or fast playback may occur when using PulseAudio. Freezes may be caused by repeatedly starting and stopping playback or recording in quick succession (or by holding down the Play or Record button). Workarounds: Try launching ...


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You can use CMUSphinx for that. Tutorial with basics is here. The simple way to configure this would be to use small Python program. You can find example of voice spotting with Python on CMUSphinx github.


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I don't think there is a file manager that would do what you want if you don't count apps like Midnight Commander which can be configured to show contents of any file in a side panel. From what you describe, you want the readme file in current directory shown no matter which file in that directory is currently active. Additionally, if you are talking GitHub, ...


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This requirement is too specific. You will not find this option in a normal file manager. As workaround, you could start your filemanager with a script like this, but that has nothing to do with comfort: nano /usr/local/bin/openloc Add the following lines #!/bin/bash searchpath="$1" searchpath="${searchpath//~/$HOME}" openwith="gedit" "$openwith" ...


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ReadMe files are just plain text files and can be opened in gedit or similar text editors. You can also try sushi which is a previewer for nautilus. In addition, you can even view the contents of readme files in the terminal by: cat path/to/your/readme/file


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I had the same problem and then come up with an open-source cross-platform subtitle player, Penguin Subtitle Player. It works in the same way as greenfish but it works well also on Linux and OSX so one can play srt files on top of a web browser (or whatever). Download: https://sourceforge.net/projects/penguinsubtitleplayer/ Source: ...


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Attic Backup Attic is a deduplicating backup program written in Python. The main goal of Attic is to provide an efficient and secure way to backup data. The data deduplication technique used makes Attic suitable for daily backups since only the changes are stored. Main Features: Easy to use Space efficient storage: Variable block size ...


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Apparently not - there are recognition engines (Sphinx, Julius) but all require a library of speech / meanings - there are several expensive ones out there, and a project to crete an open-source one (which looks to be dead). Apparently Julius works if you speak Japanese. Sphinx appears perhaps more promising, with updates this year. I don't think it looks ...


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I have a script with the following entries that I run to remove all wine related in my home directory: rm -Rf $HOME/.wine* rm -f $HOME/.local/share/mime/packages/x-wine-e* rm -f $HOME/.local/share/mime/application/x-wine-* rm -f $HOME/.local/share/icons/hicolor/*/apps/application-x-wine-* rm -f $HOME/.local/share/applications/wine-* rm -f ...


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You can very simply record audio through terminal using the pre-installed tool arecord. Open a terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T) Run the command arecord filename.wav Your audio recording has started, press Ctrl+C to stop the recording. Your voice recording has been saved as filename.wav in your home directory.


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The 2 leading ERPs in the Open source world are: Odoo (aka OpenERP) OpenBravo OpenBravo has become quite a bit commercial, and in my opinion, lost it's open source friendliness... Odoo looks mor open source friendly, but is slowly approaching OpenBravo's business model. Odoo offers SaS (Software as a service), by which if you are a small company and ...


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In VLC, go to VIDEO-->UNCHECK "ALWAYS FIT WINDOW" . Now you can go full screen without the video being stretched.


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I've started using Ocamlfuse.


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You may have a look at Ubuntu Studio The full package list is documented here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuStudio/PackageList Or you can just install the packages with apt-get in your Ubuntu installation. You can find all packages by using apt-cache search ubuntustudio The packages are called e.g. ubuntustudio-audio, ubuntustudio-video, ...


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Blender: Features: Photorealistic Rendering Fast Modeling Realistic Materials Fast Rigging Animation toolset Sculpting Fast UV Unwrapping And much more. Check them here Install latest version from PPA: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:irie/blender sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install blender Avidemux: Avidemux is a free video editor designed ...


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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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