List of your linux Apps

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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby None1975 » 2019-12-28 15:29

Nili wrote:- Sticked DeaDBeeF


Very nice and easy on eyes.
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby Head_on_a_Stick » 2020-01-03 19:32

Firemenu

This provides a menu for launching programs sandboxed under the aegis of firejail:

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It was written by fsmithred and is provided with the new Refracta beowulf beta release, download it from here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/refracta/files/Extras/
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby Nili » 2020-01-04 05:27

None1975 wrote:Very nice and easy on eyes.

Thanks bro :D
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2020-01-11 17:13

Shortwave
Shortwave , the successor of Gradio .
A very good and promising software :idea: :o
https://www.linuxuprising.com/2019/11/s ... r-for.html


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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby jeffmax » 2020-01-22 09:15

I have listed some best linux app to use frequently in 2020


Deluge: Linux have multiple distribution comes with Bittorrent client but Deluge more lightweight and easily download any files


Pidgin: It’s a chat program app & phenomenal while doing multiple chat networks simultaneously


Fastest VPN: Best VPN app for linux platform to secure your digital security and privacy.
Fit for all linux distribution


ClamAV: Although we all know linux is one of the secure platform as compare to windows where we use different antiviruses or use bilten windows defender but ClamAV is much reliable antivirus to secure your Linux OS.


Thunderbird: It's one of my favourite app as its totally free to use quite worthy you don't need to subscribe g suite account or login everytime webmail just one time configure to use Thunderbird and compatible with all OS platforms
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby Lecram » 2020-01-23 13:05

Xfe - X file explorer - a lightweight file manager alternative to Thunar. Need to install Gvfs for complete volume management.
Xfview - An image viewer, nothing less and nothing more. It does not have any image editing tools. part of Xfe
Xfwrite - A Simple text editor also part of Xfe, part of Xfe
Xfpack - A package installer alternative to gdebi package installer Part of Xfe.
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2020-01-24 01:22

Ulauncher
Ulauncher is the best launcher for you
https://ulauncher.io
https://github.com/Ulauncher/Ulauncher/

Awesome Linux Tools: Ulauncher
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby Head_on_a_Stick » 2020-01-24 18:08

Browsh

Browsh is a fully-modern text-based browser. It renders anything that a modern browser can; HTML5, CSS3, JS, video and even WebGL. Its main purpose is to be run on a remote server and accessed via SSH/Mosh or the in-browser HTML service in order to significantly reduce bandwidth and thus both increase browsing speeds and decrease bandwidth costs.

https://www.brow.sh/

Scrot showing these forums:

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The images are in text blocks rather than via libdirectfb (as used by w3m) but the overall page display is great.
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2020-01-28 13:04

>>VERY GOOD APPLICATION

Vocal
Vocal is a podcast app designed specifically for elementary OS Freya and available for all other Linux distributions.
It has a UI which resembles Popcorn Time which is a good thing to navigate and easy browse through available content
https://vocalproject.net

:idea: >>Great to bookmark with: https://www.ivoox.com

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Main features of Vocal can be summarized as following:
    Audio and video podcast support
    Streaming as well as offline support
    Automatic download of new episodes to keep your library updated
    Desktop integration to provide you with desktop notification, system media key and sound menu integration
    Import existing podcast library from iTunes, gPodder and other podcast clients. Similarly, export podcast to other clients
    Plays from where you left it the last time
    Smart library management to show you the freshest content
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2020-05-11 18:35

>>GREAT PRODUCTIVITY LINUX TOOL (best Linux Compare Tool)

Meld
Meld is a visual diff and merge tool targeted at developers. Meld helps you compare files, directories, and version controlled projects.
It provides two- and three-way comparison of both files and directories, and has support for many popular version control systems.
https://meldmerge.org/


Installation.:
sudo apt install meld
flatpak install meld

Features.:
Two- and three-way comparison of files and directories
File comparisons update as you type
Auto-merge mode and actions on change blocks help make merges easier
Visualisations make it easier to compare your files
Supports Git, Bazaar, Mercurial, Subversion, etc.


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Here, I let you a script I made to use with kate and meld by editing and keeping versioning ..It makes it easier to create any script

katem.sh
katem <<fileToedit.sh>>
Descr.: It creates a copy of target file to compare with, and everytime you close meld, it creates a new copy to start a new point reference comparison, relaunch meld to view the differente and keep a track of all versions changes in a temporal directory..so you can compare with a previous version by just pointing meld source to that stored version file.
**You will need to sudoers chattr, or remove it from script

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#!/bin/bash
#
dircomp="/tmp/kate_meld2/$1$RANDOM.kate"
mkdir -p "$dircomp"
rm "/home/user/"*.kate
ln -snf "$dircomp" "/home/user/"

killall meld
sleep 1 && flatpak kill org.gnome.meld

kate $1 2> /dev/null &
COUNTER=0
while true; do

 if [ -z "$(pidof kate)" ]
 then
  break
 else
 
  if [ -z "$(pidof meld)" ] && [ -z $(pgrep -f /app/bin/meld) ]
  then
        sudo chattr -i "$1.bak"
        cp "$1" "$1.bak"   
        cp "$1" "$dircomp/$1.bak.$COUNTER"   
        #sudo chattr +i "$1.bak"
             
      COUNTER=$((COUNTER+1))
    echo "### ESTA ES LA COPIA ####" >> $1.bak
    sudo chattr +i "$1.bak"
    meld2  "$1.bak" "$1" 2> /dev/null
    #kompare -c "$1.bak" "$1" 2> /dev/null & 
    fdupes -d -N "$dircomp"
  else
  echo "nothing" 1> /dev/null 
  fi
    fi
done
sudo chattr -i "$1.bak"
rm "$1.bak"
killall meld
sleep 1 && flatpak kill org.gnome.meld

#rm  "$1.bak "
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby Eva Smith » 2020-05-14 16:33

In no particular order:
GIMP - I'm always doing -something- with images.
VIM -This editor taught me how to use Regular Expressions, for which I am eternally grateful. With that said, you might want a more "conventional" editor to start with.
Steam-Native games on Linux that I love on Steam: Team Fortress 2, Unturned, No More Room in Hell 1 (2 coming soon), plus a few that I have actually purchased.)
ClamAVTK - GUI Frontend for the ClamAV antivirus suite
Blender
Also I use double vpn from https://veepn.com/vpn-features/double-vpn/ to protect my privacy online. It's my must have app these days. There are so many online snoopers I just want to be calm that my data is safe.
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2020-09-05 22:55

krename
KRename is a very powerfull batch file renamer, It allows you to easily rename hundreds or even more files in one go
The filenames can be created by parts of the original filename, numbering the files or accessing hundreds of informations about the file, like creation date or Exif informations of an image.
https://linuxhint.com/krename/

Its features include:
    renaming a list of files based on a set of expressions
    copying/moving a list of files to another directory
    convert filenames to upper/lower case
    adding numbers to filenames
    finding and replacing parts of the filename
    rename Mp3/Ogg Vorbis files based on their ID3 tags.
    setting access and modification dates
    permissions and file ownership
    a plug-in API which allows you to extend krename's features
    rename directories recursively
    support for KFilePlugins
    create undo file
    and many more...


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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby sunrat » 2020-09-06 04:05

KRename is great but is so powerful I struggle to work out the correct syntax of expressions to use sometimes. It is very much a KDE application too so if you install it in another DE it will pull in a lot of KDE dependencies.
I find my go-to is the Bulk Renamer in Double Commander.
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby bester69 » 2020-09-06 15:43

sunrat wrote:KRename is great but is so powerful I struggle to work out the correct syntax of expressions to use sometimes. It is very much a KDE application too so if you install it in another DE it will pull in a lot of KDE dependencies.
I find my go-to is the Bulk Renamer in Double Commander.


There are some kde flatpaks applications, such as okular, dolphin, kmail, kalarm..... curiously, there's not krename in their repositories.. thought I guess you could build your krename flatpak so that, you woulnt need to keep installed all thoses dependecies....

I have not yet built any snap or flatpak.. I wonder if it's easy task or not.. :| I would like to find a dummy tutorial about this to learn how to do it.
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Re: List of your linux Apps

Postby Head_on_a_Stick » 2020-09-06 15:56

iwgtk

A lightweight, graphical wifi management utility for Linux. It's only dependencies are iwd and GTK3. Supported functionality is similar to that of iwctl(1).

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Not packaged for Debian yet but I'll be making one for bullseye once the freeze starts.
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