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It's horribly ugly, and not a software center by any means, but if you just want to search for software and see ratings or reviews, try the w3m browser on https://apps.ubuntu.com. Install w3m and w3m-img (for image support): sudo apt install w3m w3m-img Nautilus: lynx-cur: The package name is given beneath the description, so you can then do sudo ...


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I think Google Speech Recognition is the best choice, it is available in Ubuntu throught - Speechpad.pw Linux integration


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I've created Ubuntu Cleaner which is a fork of Ubuntu Tweak janitor module. It's compatible with latest Ubuntu 16.04, and it will be updated on each release. You can get more info on http://ubuntu-cleaner.blogspot.com To install ubuntu-cleaner just open a terminal and type: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:gerardpuig/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo ...


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Zotero is free, open-source and has excellent documentation. Mendeley also has a Linux desktop client, so you can use that if you prefer.


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Geeqie is lightweight and will do the job. To install sudo apt-get install geeqie In order to disable anti-aliasing go to Edit -> Preferences -> Preferences -> Image -> Change zoom quality to nearest and disable two pass rendering. In order to show pixel coordinates and RGB value go to View -> check Pixel Info


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OpenSTV is in the Ubuntu repositories, all you need to do is install it with sudo apt-get install openstv You can run it on the election results file (the .blt file) you downloaded with openstv-run-election MeekSTV askubuntu-com-2016-election-results.blt Which will tell you exactly what it did. If you want to know how it all works, there's a ...


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Use openstv You can download it from the universe repositories. sudo apt-get install openstv And the result you can get like this: wget -O ballot.blt http://askubuntu.com/election/download-result/5 openstv-run-election -r TextReport MeekSTV ballot.blt


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The most popular free Linux security camera software I know of is Zoneminder. This can be installed in Ubuntu by running a single command: sudo apt install zoneminder A less-sophisticated alternative that works with webcams is Motion (sudo apt install motion) Another option would be a proprietary solution, such as Bluecherry. There may be others out there, ...


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Ubuntu has a decent console-based Dvorak tutor. To install: sudo apt-get install dvorak7min Then, to run just type dvorak7min at a console. By the way, to enable the Dvorak layout from the console, use: setxkbmap dvorak To turn it off and go back to another layout (e.g. qwerty), you can do something like: setxkbmap us


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An excellent application that I routinely use to add cover art to mp3 files is eyeD3: sudo apt-get install eyed3 An example of adding the cover image cover.jpg to the mp3 file test.mp3: eyeD3 --add-image "cover.jpg:FRONT_COVER" test.mp3 There are other options for adding images although I have given the basic syntax above. Below are these other options:...


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You can try Franz, which is an app based on Electron. It lets you add a Google Hangouts account (and many other popular instant messaging platforms).


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YakYak Cross platform desktop client for hangouts built in electron Download


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Here is a Python script that works for me. Run it with python script.py audiofile.mp3. You will need mutagen; install it with sudo pip install mutagen. from mutagen.mp3 import MP3 from mutagen.id3 import ID3, APIC, error import sys mp3file=sys.argv[1] audio = MP3(mp3file, ID3=ID3) try: audio.add_tags() except error: pass audio.tags.add( APIC( ...


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You can download Entire Website Command : wget -r -l 0 website Example : wget -r -l 0 http://google.com -r --recursive Turn on recursive retrieving. The default maximum depth is 5. -l depth --level=depth Specify recursion maximum depth level depth. Watch this tutorial : https://youtu.be/8cnrQqGiWBc ...


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Try to use speech to text in linux, based on google speech recognition and integrated in Linux applications


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Abstract from the blog Transcoding an audio or a video file - http://www.frasq.org/en/transcoding-an-audio-or-a-video-file (look for mp4flv in the page): To convert a FLV already containing a video in H264 and an audio in AAC in MP4: ffmpeg -i file.flv -acodec copy -vcodec copy -y video.mp4 MP4Box -raw 1 video.mp4 -out video.h264 MP4Box -raw 2 video....


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I actually just use scp on the terminal for this. If you select a bunch of files / directories in nautilus and copy them, you can paste them into a text editor- they'll end up as paths separated by newlines. I just append \ to the end of each line, replace %20 with \ and add quotes if necessary (note the space after the slash), prefix with scp or cp and ...


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Sometimes, it may require you have whois package installed: dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of ovtr: ovtr depends on whois; however: Package whois is not installed. Then we would just execute: sudo apt-get install whois The following NEW packages will be installed: whois 0 upgraded, 1 newly installed, 0 to remove and 4 not upgraded. ...


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XnViewMP or IrfanView (under Wine). They worked for me ever since the Bronze (Windows) Age.


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ImageMagick. Launchable from CLI with $ display <img>. Has visual cropping. Very lightweight (about 10Mb aside from dependencies), requires little more than libx11 and GNOME's libxml2. ImageMagick is a software suite to create, edit, and compose bitmap images. It can read, convert and write images in a variety of formats (over 100) including DPX, ...


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I know this is a hack, but it's the solution I opted for after trying quite a few of the solutions here and it worked perfectly. I used the default voice recorder on my Android phone. There was no background noise (which I had with other software) and the interface was relatively friendly. To transfer the files to my computer over wifi I used ES File ...


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Punycode Converter Category: Utility A Python 3 indicator to easily convert a URL between Unicode and ASCII. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:thebernmeister/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install indicator-punycode


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There's Mycroft that's open sourced but is strictly marketed as for selling for living room, rather than adapting OS to user. I feel like this is a good measure as to how Linux compares to other OS, and AI would definitely be welcome as Linux is not at all user friendly by virtue of being "rich" in Open Source.


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You can do a lot with newrelic lite. You can do a lot more with a paid subscription but lite is amazing for free. www.newrelic.com This isn't just an access based reporting tool like you asked for. It's installed on the server and reports a lot of metrics about the system, even application performance monitoring. Slow scripts, MySQL execution time, etc.


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Smokeping is realtivly easy to setup tool which can monitor and send email alarms. Here is a demo of its web-interface.


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If you want a very basic ping test to check availability could you not write a very simple PHP/Bash program to monitor such things? You could either ping in bash or use a method like the one describe in this answer for PHP. If it successfully pings / connects to the host send an email (Send emails with PHP) or write a log text file. I find writing my own ...


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Script Runner Category: Utility A Python 3 indicator allowing a user to directly run a terminal command or script. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:thebernmeister/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install indicator-script-runner


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You can use vim which should already be installed. Just to make sure, go ahead and install vim: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install vim Now, use the vim command :% !xxd -b to edit binary like in this example: vim /path/to/filename note: you can drag and drop the file into the terminal to automatically fill in the path for you Once the file is ...


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Solution! First: Install FFMPEG sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras sudo apt-get install ffmpeg Second: Create a file named "script.sh" containing the following INRES="1366x768" # input resolution OUTRES="1366x768" # output resolution FPS="30" # target FPS GOP="30" # i-frame interval, should be double of ...


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Jasper is great software and open source, you can build your own assistant by appending some apps / technologies or use software defaults, most of developers use on raspberry PI to build their own system like Amazon echo, you can chose your suitable installation from Here.


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Eric Python IDE is great and has lots of features like auto completion, error highlighting, debugging and is nicely laid out for managing large projects. You can also design forms. It has everything I need to get started with Python projects. Best of all, it's easy to install with just sudo apt-get install eric or visit the Software Center and install ...


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I think sql is helpful for web development.SQL is a special-purpose programming language designed for managing data in a relational database, and is used by a huge number of apps and organizations. Watch this Video to learn basics of SQL. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Vtl2WggqOg


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You could just go to the website you linked, do "Save page as" (under the file menu in firefox), and then open the saved copy and use it offline as needed. Another way would be to select File > Work offline (in firefox, chrome is similar), and then you can load websites you've previously visited while offline. I tested it, and it seems to mostly work when ...


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Calling the queue window in one double-click Couldn't resist automating the job in a .desktop file in a scandalously dirty hack. Install xdotool sudo apt-get install xdotool Copy the code below into an empty file, save it as printerqueue.desktop Then either keep it on your desktop and make it excutable, or save it in ~/.local/share/applications To ...


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In addition to the "Printers" application, there is a CUPS web interface that can be used to view and manage printers and print jobs on your computer. Open a web browser and point it to http://localhost:631 and the print interface should appear.


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This is somewhat hidden in the GUI, but accessible through a keyboard shortcut: Press the Ubuntu logo on the launcher bar, type printers, open the Printers app. While in the Printers app, press Ctrl + F. A list of jobs will appear. From this list one can manage jobs, delete them, etc. I've tested this on Ubuntu 14.04 and on Lubuntu 16.04 with Unity. I ...


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Playitslowly This software is not only good for transcription but was originally designed for musicians to help learning how to play a given track. It comes with the following features: Uses gstreamer for playback (mp3, ogg vorbis, midi, flv, etc. after codecs were installed) Can also be used with ALSA and JACK Change playback speed and/or ...


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SmartGit is fabulous - http://www.syntevo.com/smartgit/ I've used Tortoise and for Git the SmartGit makes it that simple to use.


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Using Identities in Thunderbird Thunderbird offers the option to configure Identities for a single account. Therefor: Open Account Settings Choose your account (click address in sidebar) Click the Manage Identities button Configure your identities in the new window Those identities can later be selected from a dropdown while writing a mail.


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Here, a script, in Python: Checks file for changes every 5 seconds, if changed, it checks for the string. If string is found: the line in which it was found along with the current time is printed [optional] notifies using notify-send [optional] plays the default alert sound Usage: python3 LogMonitor.py [log file] [string to watch] Optional arguments, ...


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You can try VLC if you want a good Podcast Audio/Video player. VLC has a podcast parser plugin. VLC can play podcast videos without having to download them before (like gPodder). Go into playlist mode by pressing Ctrl+L, there you will see the following screen Click on the plus sign to add your podcast URL. Akregator for KDE is a good choice as well ...


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Calibre could be the best option to convert the standard ePub files without DRM protection to PDF or other formats. It's very easy-to-use and only takes a few steps to complete the conversion. But if you mean to convert the ePub files that are downloaded from Apple's iBooks store with DRM, you'll need to use a special DRM removal tool to crack the DRM from ...


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Molgif You can also use molgif. It is a command-line tool for producing Gif animations of molecules from xyz files. molgif caffeine.xyz


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you can install Net Line Dancer most network developer use it you can Copy the installer (netLD-2013.08.0-x86_64.bin) on the target server. Run chmod +x netLD-2013.08.0-x86_64.bin and change permission of the installer copied. Run sudo ./ netLD-2013.08.0-x86_64.bin and execute installation. When Is this ok [y/N]: is displayed, enter y and proceed next ...


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Many wireless routers can be controlled from your browser. When you are connected to your router, try each of the following IP's. They are all local IPs, and it depends on how your network is setup that determines which one will work. http://10.0.0.1/ http://192.168.1.1/ http://192.168.0.1/ If these do not work, find your local IP address using the ...


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For very simple editing of small .dbf files, you can also use GTK DBF Editor To install it in Ubuntu 12.04, I first needed to install this dependency: sudo apt-get install libglade2-0:i386 Then I could install the downloaded .deb file with sudo dpkg -i Downloads/gtkdbfeditor_1.0.4-7_i386.deb


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You can try Google Hangouts. It doesn't need installation. It runs through browser. You just sign in with your google account and add others via their google accounts. You can make large conference video calls and there are lots of utilities you can use including screen sharing.


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TL;DR Use: xbacklight ddccontrol redshift xgamma Backlight vs pixel values First and most importantly, if at all possible adjust the display backlight, rather than using software correction of pixel values. If you dim the backlight you still get full or near-full dynamic range, giving you a clearer, "deeper" image that tends to be more readable. ...


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AS for me Poster Designer Roniasoft is the best choise. check there


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Well, you could just install kdeconnect on Ubuntu GNOME, it would probably also install lots of KDE dependencies, but if you're fine with that then just install it and you'll get the functionality you want. Installing it and its dependencies shouldn't cause any problems and they will be available to all flavours with access to the official repositories (main,...



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