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Cartesian application software recommendation in Debian

Cartesian application software recommendation in Debian Is there a software recommendation for an application for the Cartesian field in Debian? Asked By: Darevil294 || Source GeoGebra is a dynamic geometry program. You can do constructions with points, vectors, segments, lines, conic sections as well as functions and change them dynamically afterwards. On the other hand, …

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Markdown viewer for file list

Markdown viewer for file list I’m looking for a command line Markdown viewer for many .md files somehow similar to image viewers. I need: simple/fast navigation: preferably left, right arrows (no combinations like :n, :p), and a list of .md files as an argument or taken from current dir, clean output is a plus. It …

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install app from xxxlinux64.zip manjaro

install app from xxxlinux64.zip manjaro I need to install an app, betaflight-configurator_10.3.1_linux64.zip, on manjaro os. I have the most recent version installed via Aur and the software manager but need an old version which i downloaded from git-hub. I had issues installing apps from git-hub before and hoping to learn something today. I am just …

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Any tool to do ioctl() from bash?

Any tool to do ioctl() from bash? I try to make an ioctl() call from bash. This is very easy to do in C, so there are tools ( https://github.com/jerome-pouiller/ioctl ) which wrap this functionality. But it would make the distribution of my script a lot harder, because I would have to distribute that tool …

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Any 'cat' colorized tool?

Any 'cat' colorized tool? I sometimes cat a c file or a JSON file, there is no colorful format text. Is there any command line tool that can show colorful format text as it is in ex: gedit? Asked By: Mark K || Source TThe Several Linux commands: Pygmentize: https://pygments.org/docs/cmdline/ Highlight: http://www.andre-simon.de/doku/highlight/en/highlight.php Ccat: https://github.com/jingweno/ccat Answered …

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Command similar to ascii for ascii extended and/or for unicode?

Command similar to ascii for ascii extended and/or for unicode? ascii command in Linux is fast and great. It allows us to search for a character or for a code point and returns all relevant results for a given search. Is there something similar for ASCII extended (e.g.: ISO-8859-1) and/or for Unicode characters? Asked By: …

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Text editor that can hide lines like notepad++

Text editor that can hide lines like notepad++ Notepad++ has a feature where you simply right click on a text and select "hide lines", for example a base64 encoded jpeg in a markdown file, which is a large blob of text. I have not encountered one gui text editor in linux that has the same …

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Dummy SSH server?

Dummy SSH server? I’m looking for a dummy SSH server that will simply reject any logins, even if they use the credentials of a real system account. As I search, I’m finding honeypots, but I don’t want the hacker to realize they’re playing a game. I want them to think they found the actual server, …

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Is there a script or tool that converts HTML to PDF?

Is there a script or tool that converts HTML to PDF? I want to convert an HTML page to PDF file. I tried online converting tools but they are slow and I can’t trust them. Is there any script or tool works on the command line that convert web pages to PDF files? Asked By: …

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Archiving program that adds redundancy

Archiving program that adds redundancy I’m looking for a archiving program that adds redundancy to an archive. Example : I’ve got 500MB of data, and a 700MB media to burn it. Rather than waste 200MB, I want to use them to add redundancy. Then if some data is damaged, the archiving program will be able …

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Linux backup utility for incremental backups

Linux backup utility for incremental backups I’m looking for a backup utility with incremental backups, but in a more complicated way. I tried rsync, but it doesn’t seem to be able to do what I want, or more likely, I don’t know how to make it do that. So this is an example of what …

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Is there a Linux image viewer that can browse images by a specific order?

Is there a Linux image viewer that can browse images by a specific order? I’ve accumulated hundreds of pictures and I’d like to sort them. For that purpose, more often than not, I check a list of them in Thunar, sorted by size, and then watch them with an image viewer. The problem is that …

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How to display count-down timers at specific times of the day?

How to display count-down timers at specific times of the day? I work as a teacher. There are certain routines in my lesson, announced with timed events in Orage, sent to notifications. E.g.: Clean Up Put Chairs Up My students requested I put a countdown clock on the screen to warn how much time is …

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Tool for searching across branches and through history in a Git repository

Tool for searching across branches and through history in a Git repository I’m looking for a tool, or for suggestions towards a script, that would be able to search a Git repository for files based on both filenames and file contents (find/grep-like). It would need to be able to search not just in the currently …

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Comfortable offline speech recognition software for Linux?

Comfortable offline speech recognition software for Linux? I’m looking for an offline speech recognition software for Linux which can handle also German language and which is easy to use and configure. I already tried CMU Sphinx and a few more others, but all of them had one in common: they have been way too complicated …

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Closest thing to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7?

Closest thing to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7? I am currently studying for RHCSA and wish to practice on a system (vm) that is as near as possible to RHEL 7. I know about the free development version but as per Appendix 1 (Exhibit 1.C), my intended use does not qualify me for the free …

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What are GNU/Linux tools for checking PDF documents before publishing?

What are GNU/Linux tools for checking PDF documents before publishing? I have to send PDF documents to a professional printing company. The company reported back with comments about how some text should be overprinted, some logo has been incorporated in RGB instead of CMYK, and some picture having too poor a resolution. Files being quite …

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Convert image based subtitle to text based subtitle inside MKV file

Convert image based subtitle to text based subtitle inside MKV file How do I convert a hdmv_pgs_subtitle (which is image based) to a text based subtitle in a MKV file? I have tried ffmpeg -i in.mkv -c:v copy -c:a copy -c:s mov_text out.mkv but that results with the following error: Stream mapping: Stream #0:0 -> …

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Command line tool for easy multiline regex search and replace

Command line tool for easy multiline regex search and replace I use PCRE regular expressions for search and replace very often when working with a text editor and I was left quite unhappy after I found out that in powerful Unix command line tools like perl, awk or sed it’s fairly complicated to use a …

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