List of your linux Apps

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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby Head_on_a_Stick » 2020-10-25 20:50

Foot (foo terminal)

The fast, lightweight and minimalistic Wayland terminal emulator.

Features
  • Fast (see benchmarks, and performance)
  • Lightweight, in dependencies, on-disk and in-memory
  • Wayland native
  • DE agnostic
  • User configurable font fallback
  • On-the-fly font resize
  • On-the-fly DPI font size adjustment
  • Scrollback search
  • Color emoji support
  • Server/daemon mode
  • Multi-seat
  • Synchronized Updates support
  • Sixel image support
EDIT: only available for testing/unstable. I couldn't backport it but I didn't try very hard.
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2020-11-10 23:21

GoodVibes
Goodvibes is a lightweight internet radio player for GNU/Linux. Save your favorite stations, play it, that’s it.
There is no function to search radio stations, you’ll have to enter the URL of the audio stream by yourself. Not very user-friendly, I know, but doing better than that is not simple.
https://goodvibes.readthedocs.io/en/stable/

Features
multimedia keys support - ie. the <Play/Pause>, <Previous> and <Next> keys that are present on most keyboards.
notifications - ie. information that pops up when the song change.
do not suspend - ie. prevent the system from suspending while a radio is playing.
autoplay - ie. start playing the last radio when you start the application.
MPRIS2 support - ie. integration with modern desktops.


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flatpak install flathub io.gitlab.Goodvibes
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2020-11-12 18:13

Nuvola - Ivoox Podcasts
Podcasts, radio on demand and live, audio series, tales, talks and more.
https://nuvola.tiliado.eu/app/ivoox/
https://www.ivoox.com

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Install.:
flatpak install nuvola eu.tiliado.Nuvola (Install services such as keyboard control and fix some interface issues)
flatpak install nuvola eu.tiliado.NuvolaAppIvoox
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2020-11-13 00:52

Mellow Player
MellowPlayer is a free, open source and cross-platform application Cloud music integration for your desktop
https://colinduquesnoy.gitlab.io/MellowPlayer/

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I recommend following services.:
:arrow: - Deezer, Soundcloud, Youmusic, MixCloud and HearThisAt
** and using playerctl (sudo apt install playerctl), to control mellowplayer throught mpris2


Features.:
System tray integration
Hot keys
Mpris2 support
Notifications
Listening history


Install.:
flatpak install flathub com.gitlab.ColinDuquesnoy.MellowPlayer
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2020-11-21 09:25

Autokey
Autokey is a little GUI to run Python-3 scripts and text expansion, especially focusing on MACRO and keypress functionality.
Within AutoKey, these replacement texts are called “Phrases”. It can also react to keyboard shortcuts e.g. [Ctrl]+[Alt]+F8, for Phrase expansion
https://github.com/autokey/autokey/wiki

>> Very Usefull Application :idea:

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sudo apt install autokey-gtk
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2020-11-30 23:57

** Very Interesting and Usefull application

unattach
Free space by removing attachments.
Easily download Gmail attachments in bulk, and optionally remove them.
https://unattach.app/#how-unattach-works
https://github.com/rokstrnisa/unattach

*Unattach 2.4.0 has been released!* :idea:
You can download it through its homepage <https://unattach.app/> or its
GitHub page <https://github.com/rokstrnisa/unattach>.

What's new?
- *Trash originals.* When Unattach removes attachments, it actually
inserts a copy of the original email without attachments into your inbox,
and permanently deletes the original email. The app now has an option to
instead put the original email into Trash. Note that this doesn't free
space until you permanently delete it from Trash.
- *Signed Windows installer.* The unsigned executable installer (.exe)
for Windows has been replaced with a signed Windows installer (.msi). Note
that Windows may still give a warning "Microsoft Defender SmartScreen
prevented an unrecognized app from starting. Running this app might put
your PC at risk." If this happens, click on "More info" and then "Run
anyway".
- *Inner-workings explained.* The website has a new section How Unattach
Works <https://unattach.app/#how-unattach-works>, which goes into some
detail about how the app works.
Unattach lives from your donations. If you like it, Buy Developers a Coffee
<https://unattach.app/#support> ☕ or Become a Sponsor
<https://github.com/sponsors/rokstrnisa> ❤️
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2020-12-15 10:38

App Outlet
App Outlet is a Universal application store inspired by the Linux App Store online service. It allows you to easily search and download [W.I.P] applications that run on most Linux distributions. It currently works with AppImages, Flatpaks and Snap
https://app-outlet.github.io/

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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby CwF » 2020-12-15 12:59

bester69 wrote:App Outlet is a Universal application store inspired by the Linux App Store online service.

...terrible idea.
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2020-12-15 15:01

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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby CwF » 2020-12-15 16:25

bester69 wrote:you'll get used to it..

No, I won't.

I don't mind appimage, those are pretty tight. But if I layer an OS and install a flatpack or snap only to find its layer is now larger than the core OS, no, that's obesity. Reminds me of the days dll's only to see them evolve to many of the same name with differing contents scattered everywhere.

I'm simpler than you, so I don't respond to shininess. Meld isn't far behind in Debian and I use it often. Btw, bullseye is working well...Webmail works well enough for me in the default firefox-esr. Kodi is not nearly what I like, so I built my own mpv setup for a mutli-tuner dvr -still running on a Stretch, it will be on bullseye and better in a few weeks. It's sister mpv-image helped eliminate all other media viewers, no vlc, ristretto, feh, etc. I prefer the windows vm to take up the slack for what debian can't do. Why build a pig when you can simply invite a guest over, the mother of all pigs. And as mentioned elsewhere qemu-img substitutes all things backup.

Btw, thanks for the goodvibes reference, I'm going to try that.

Basically, I believe snap and flatpack could lead to laziness and audit looseness. They are in no way comparable to the systemd change, even though systemd does have some 'windows' logic to it... Appimages are not to far off a static deb, like a deadbeef or avidemux, that are not all that fat. Still, this 'windows' thinking isn't good in my opinion. A 'store' is outright blasphemy as far as I'm concerned. A maintained repository is a linux strong point and is not synonymous to a 'store'. The day synaptic turns into a webapp with full page of pretty animated ads and a logon field, I quit. I could just go vertical with bullseye for the next decade, so I expect to escape the trap.
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2020-12-15 16:53

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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby sunrat » 2020-12-15 21:17

CwF wrote:
bester69 wrote:you'll get used to it..

No, I won't.

No use discussing this with the jester, it knows it is always right... :mrgreen: I suspect if MS created "Windows Linux" it would be the first to jump ship.

I prefer the windows vm to take up the slack for what debian can't do. Why build a pig when you can simply invite a guest over, the mother of all pigs.

Yep. Why wallow in a pigsty full of crap when you can live in a nice house with a pigsty in the backyard.

Basically, I believe snap and flatpack could lead to laziness and audit looseness.

I've already noticed a steady flow of support questions for containerised app problems, moreso in other distro forums than here maybe because experienced Debian users are more likely to use proper Linux packages. Containerised applications are a cancer on Linux. I vaguely recall trying to install one ages ago and it wanted to pull in half a GB of runtime dependencies so I aborted. Haven't been near a snap or flatpak since. Appimages are better as they don't need a runtime installed and I do use a couple occasionally, but they still can be quite a few multiples in size of an equivalent native package. One I tried was a renaming application of 30MB but I ended up replacing it with Double Commander which is a full file manager with a good rename utility which was about 5MB all up.

Still, this 'windows' thinking isn't good in my opinion. A 'store' is outright blasphemy as far as I'm concerned. A maintained repository is a linux strong point and is not synonymous to a 'store'.

Agreed.
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2020-12-22 01:50

Streamtuner2
streamtuner2 is an internet radio browser. It looks up the categorized music stations from various directory services:
>> You can use any external player to play radios (mpd, vlc, audacious, mpv..) :idea:

SHOUTcast
Xiph.org (utilizing a faster caching service)
live365
InternetRadio.com
Jamendo (radios, genres, albums and playlists)
MyOggRadio (open source stream directory project)
Youtube (for Music videos)
SurfMusik (International listings)


**last update 2018-12-31 (v2.2.1) >> Seems to be deprecated, thought some services music cloud seems to work ok
http://milki.include-once.org/streamtuner2/
http://fossil.include-once.org/streamtuner2/index


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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby sunrat » 2020-12-22 03:05

bester69 wrote:Streamtuner2
streamtuner2 is an internet radio browser. It looks up the categorized music stations from various directory services:...


Congratulations on posting an actual real Linux application we can install from Debian repos! :wink:
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby vicshrike » 2020-12-22 21:01

Hey, that sounds cool. Thanks bester69.
Meh, whatever. :|
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