List of your linux commands Apps

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Re: List of your linux commands Apps

Postby bester69 » 2018-09-16 21:48

Spotify Downloader
https://github.com/ritiek/spotify-downloader

- Downloads songs from YouTube in an MP3 (other formats as well) by using Spotify's HTTP link.
- Can also download a song by entering its artist and song name (in case if you don't have the Spotify's HTTP link for some song).
- Works straight out of the box and does not require to generate or mess with your API keys (already included).
- Automatically applies metadata to the downloaded song which include:
Title
Artist
Album
Album art
Lyrics (if found on http://lyrics.wikia.com)
Album artist
Genre
Track number
Disc number
Release date
And more...


Very great Application to download Album, Playlists and simple songs from Spotify links.
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Re: List of your linux commands Apps

Postby None1975 » 2018-09-17 12:56

BinClock - Displays system time in binary format. It supports showing the time with eight different colors, and it can run a loop that prints the time every second. The default colors and characters for printing can be changed with a config file.
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Re: List of your linux commands Apps

Postby bester69 » 2018-11-26 18:15

CPUTool
– Limit and Control CPU Utilization of Any Process in Linux
https://www.tecmint.com/cputool-limit-l ... sage-load/

CPUTool is used to restrict the CPU usage of a process in the same way as Cpulimit,

>>> One important difference :idea: is that cputool is able to manage system load unlike cpulimit


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sudo apt install cputool
cputool --cpu-limit 50 -p 8275



*** It does what it promise, this tool works very good :D
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Re: List of your linux commands Apps

Postby Head_on_a_Stick » 2018-11-26 18:27

^ Nice!

gotop

https://github.com/cjbassi/gotop

Another terminal based graphical activity monitor, inspired by gtop and vtop, this time written in Go!

Unlike gtop & vtop this is fairly minimal in respect of resource usage and the readout is comprehensive, functional and very pretty :)

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Install with:
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# apt install go
cd && go get github.com/cjbassi/gotop

Then add ~/go/bin to $PATH:
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# ~/.profile
GOPATH="${HOME}/go"
PATH="${PATH}:${GOPATH}/bin"
export GOPATH PATH
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Re: List of your linux commands Apps

Postby None1975 » 2018-12-11 15:45

Nmon. It is a systems administrator, tuner, benchmark tool. It can display the CPU, memory, network, disks (mini graphs or numbers), file systems, NFS, top processes, resource.It is neat, small and good looking program with small number of dependencies (yes, no go, rust and shit like that).

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Re: List of your linux commands Apps

Postby None1975 » 2018-12-19 13:36

Caca-utils. This package contains utilities and demonstration programs for libcaca, the Colour AsCii Art library. It includes cacaview (a simple image viewer for the terminal. It opens most image formats such as JPEG, PNG, GIF etc. and renders them on the terminal using ASCII art.), cacafire (a port of AALib's aafire and displays burning ASCII art flames) cacademo (a tiny graphic program that renders animated ASCII metaballs, matrix effects, colourful moiré circles and old school plasma effects) and cacaclock (the clock).

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Aview. It is a high quality ASCII art image viewer and video player. It is especially useful with a text-based browser such as lynx, links or w3m.

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Re: List of your linux commands Apps

Postby bester69 » 2019-01-15 23:13

Sophos Antivirus
License.: Free
Sophos Antivirus provides superior on-access, on-demand, and scheduled scanning for Linux servers and desktops. It delivers excellent performance, stability, and reliability to a wide range of Linux distributions.
https://secure2.sophos.com/en-us/medial ... _sgeng.pdf
https://www.sophos.com/en-us/products/f ... linux.aspx

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Features.:
- The Antivirus engine effectively detects and cleans viruses, Trojans, and other malware.
- Detects and blocks malware with on-access, on-demand, or scheduled scanning
- Scanning can be configured for local and network drives.
- Excellent performance, low impact. Sophos is tuned for the best performance. The lightweight agent keeps your Linux boxes secure without slowing them down.
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Re: List of your linux commands Apps

Postby bester69 » 2019-01-19 13:58

FsTransform
https://github.com/cosmos72/fstransform

Tool for in-place filesystem conversion without backup
Currently, the programs mentioned above have been tested on Linux with the following filesystems, both as source and as target: ext2, ext3, ext4, jfs, reiserfs, xfs.
Do NOT use these programs with other filesystems unless you are willing to LOSE your data. In particular, they do NOT (yet) support ntfs, msdos, vfat and exfat file systems.


SOME REAL-WORLD TESTS
1000GB encrypted disk, 52% full, ext2->ext4: SUCCESS, took 12 hours despite one system crash and two manual interruptions (CTRL+C) (Yes, I know ext2->ext4 can be done with tune2s, but I wanted to test fstransform)

1540GB encrypted raid0 (3 disks), 56% full, ext2->ext4: SUCCESS, took 8 hours


Thought there's not yet supported, Ive used it with two full of data partitions >> ntfs to btrfs convertions , with success,, so I would say this tool is quite trustable .Great tool, If you dont want to waste any time in this task. 8)
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Re: List of your linux commands Apps

Postby Head_on_a_Stick » 2019-01-19 14:05

bester69 wrote:Ive used it with two full of data partitions >> ntfs to btrfs convertions , with success,, so I would say this tool is quite trustable

The plural of anecdote is not evidence.

@all: please backup before trying this.
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Re: List of your linux commands Apps

Postby bester69 » 2019-01-21 18:32

drive (Google Drive)
drive is a tiny program to pull or push Google Drive files.
https://github.com/odeke-em/drive

Install.:
sudo snap install drive


Initializing
https://github.com/odeke-em/drive#initializing

Example script to push to Google.:
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#!/bin/bash
#
sudo ionice -c2 -n7 -p$$
sudo renice -n 19 -p $$

DRIVE=/home/user/google_drive/
cd $DRIVE

# Exclude folders###############
echo "/MyBackup/LINUX/dedup/" > .driveignore
# Exclude folders###############

snap run drive push -ignore-name-clashes -ignore-conflict MyBackup/
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Re: List of your linux commands Apps

Postby Head_on_a_Stick » 2019-01-26 23:18

LF
`lf` (as in "list files") is a terminal file manager written in Go. It is heavily inspired by ranger with some missing and extra features.

https://github.com/gokcehan/lf

Features:
  • Cross-platform (Linux, OSX, BSDs, Windows (partial))
  • Single binary without any runtime dependencies (except for terminfo database)
  • Fast startup and low memory footprint (due to native code and static binaries)
  • Server/client architecture to share file selection between multiple instances
  • Configuration with shell commands
  • Customizable keybindings (vi and readline defaults)
  • Preview filtering (for source highlight, archives, pdfs/images as text etc.)
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Re: List of your linux commands Apps

Postby jibberjabber » 2019-01-27 01:27

Thanks, the "LF" app installed just fine , but when I tried:
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# apt install anarchism

It says "package not found", So where do I look for it ?
==== edit ====
Never mind, I found it: https://packages.debian.org/sid/anarchism
And it intalled this time, I think it was a typo on my first try. :mrgreen:
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Re: List of your linux commands Apps

Postby Head_on_a_Stick » 2019-01-27 08:04

jibberjabber wrote:I found it: https://packages.debian.org/sid/anarchism

There is website as well: https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library ... rchist-faq

And for testing/unstable users there is an awesome new fortune-anarchism package:
This package provides a set of anarchist quotes in the fortune database format.

I've added this to my ~/.mkshrc:
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fortune
print

To print an adage every time a shell is opened :)
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Re: List of your linux commands Apps

Postby Head_on_a_Stick » 2019-01-28 09:03

wajig

Wajig packages into one tool many commands useful for managing a Debian system. Instead of having to remember whether to use dpkg or apt-get or apt-cache, etc, wajig does the selection of the appropriate tool for you.

Wajig is a user command but will use sudo to run commands requiring super user permissions.

Install with
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# apt install wajig

Usage guide:
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wajig tutorial
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Re: List of your linux commands Apps

Postby bester69 » 2019-02-01 12:56

duplicity-rclone
(Update 19/05/2017) Duplicity backend using rclone. this backend should work with any storage provider supported by rclone, and with later version of duplicity. Rclone is a powerful command line program to sync files and directories to and from various cloud storage providers.
https://github.com/GilGalaad/duplicity-rclone

duplicity /mydocuments rclone://gdrive:/mydocuments
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