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Questions tagged [linux]

Software to run on the Linux operating system.

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Utility to turn down the bass in my audio output

I work in a room in which the acoustics make the bass reverberate very strongly, so I want to lower the volume on bass frequencies my apps are generating. Now, some apps have equalizers, so I can get ...
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Log highest disk-reading process, every second, even on almost-freezed Linux

My computer sometimes freezes because some process starts to read huge amounts of data from the hard disk. I want to find out what process does this. The tool must: Add one line to a given text file ...
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Linux keeping own package manager across the LAN network

We are using Ubuntu machines for our LAN networks. To install some packages for every machine, we use the Ubuntu package manager apt. Let's say about installing git for every machine. Instead of ...
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What is the fastest reverse reverse proxy/load balancer?

Right now, I use haproxy as reverse proxy/load balancer, however, it seems to reduce the overall throughput of my upstream server by about 3x plus consuming about 3x more cpu resources. What is a ...
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Looking for Crossword generator with GUI for Linux

I am looking for replacement for EclipseCrossword working on Linux. It must: have a GUI produce same type of crosswords It would be great if: it could output the result into PDF/ODT or similar ...
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AM335x SoC precise gpio control for pps generation [closed]

I'm using https://github.com/jsln/pps-gen-gpio kernel module on AM335x SoC to generate PPS signal. Everything works as expected but accuracy is somewhat bad. The average delay of entering an interrupt ...
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Archive/backup of large files with protection against deletion/change

I'm thinking of getting into producing video/audio. In other words, working with large files which are going to be created, worked on for a while, and then likely not touched again for a long time (...
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PDF Reader with keyboard selection tool - cross-platform

Often when I'm reading something with a text editor I use the keyboard cursor to mark what exactly I am reading right now - often selecting some text to highlight the part where I am before reviewing ...
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Are there any PHP IDEs that handle entry points?

I'm trying to work with (read: fork) phpBB 2, but one of the problems I'm running into is that the PHP IDEs I've tried (so far, eclipse, because I already had that installed) have met me with a long ...
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Is there a GUI based editor for master boot records (MBR)

Is there a GUI based editor (or educational software, or informative webpage - I don' really want to edit anything here) that can create a hexdump of a master boot record, and then label (like a map) ...
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Is there cheap or free drawing application which has brush with self-improoving brush-stroke

I've seen such in Clip Studio Paint (ex Manga Studio). There is brush that makes such strokes that when you made a stroke it's shape became better: it became more smooth and tips became sharp. It may ...
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Monitoring solution for a few raspberry pis and a shared host

I currently run several raspberry pis at home for controlling my UniFi APs. Apart from that I have a backup server and a simple web server running an app that I develop myself. I also have like 5 ...
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Command line client for Github Search

I need a command line client for Githubs Search API v3. What would you recommend? Requirements: Ubuntu preferable plain executable (without need to install via npm) easy and full featured command ...
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Free-form annotations, via stylus/touch or text, of websites

I would like to find an application (or chrome plugin) that allows me to, on either a chromeOS tablet or laptop running Ubuntu: Render a website (generally) as it would be seen in the latest version ...
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File manager for Linux that organizes files on a mind map structure?

I'm looking for a file manager that allows me to visualize the local files from my computer on a mind map structure. The idea of the map would be something like this: This GIF is from a beta ...
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Render Stack Exchange database dump to HTML

Question: Is there an existing software tool for rendering SE data dumps into web pages? Background: Stack Exchange releases "data dumps" of the publicly available content from each of its sites ...
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Share application screen on same computer, Ubuntu

Dear all i wanna to share application screen in same operating system explain why , i connected another screen on my pc as joint screen and i wanna to share application work in the main screen ...
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Recommendation for Remote controlling multiple machines

Looking for a software recommendation for remotely managing multiple Linux VM's (Centos 6), even opening multiple at once. Im looking for something like NoMachine where you just install the app and ...
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Mathcad lookalike for linux?

Sometimes I'd like to make a math notebook on linux, with symbolic equations, text, maybe graphs/visualizations, similar to mathcad documents on windows. Does something like that exist? The closest is ...
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Import a MIDI, then modify and export as a tracker module on Linux

I want to compose a tracker module, but not from scratch. I have public-domain MIDI file that I want to derive my work from, but I'm struggling to find a workflow that fits these requirements: The ...
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Are there any alternatives to tomb?

I mean this tomb. My web browser throws a warning for their security certificate (unknown issuer) and judging by their github page, it's not developed too actively. Are there any alternatives that ...
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git client collecting repositories, organize and update

What I need A git client to organize a collection of git repositories. I want to organize them into different topics and a visual representation for repo name and short description, if available (...
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Which Linux for my old laptop: Intel Pentium N3540 quad core, 4 gigs RAM

After a long research on internet, i didn't got proper answer. So I'm writing here. I am about to install Linux distribution on my low spec laptop. I thought of installing Linux mint cinnamon 19.1. ...
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How to handle complex business logic?

I want to implement the following features: 1.record video, encode, and upload at the same time 2.multitask like cloud drive, which can download several files at the same time, and support pause and ...
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Online panel or GUI to manage Ubuntu LAMP stack without using command line

I'm working on a project for a shop at the moment. I'm used to developing using Windows Server (IIS) that kind of thing. I require MYSQL and PHP for what I'm working on. I understand I can host this ...
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kernel emulator i386 for kali linux for learning kernel development

I would like to get started with kernel development and was told that I need a kernel emulator. The problem is that I have only one system, and that is Kali. How do I install a kernel emulator on ...
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What alternatives do i have to connect an iOS application with a SoC that uses linux via Bluetooth?

I'm somewhat lost here. I need to communicate my iOS app with a SoC that uses a custom Linux distro via Bluetooth 4.0 but I don't know what options do I have. The SoC doesn't have Bluetooth ...
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Utility for working with .diff files

I'm looking for a utility which makes it easier to: Drop some "hunks" within a diff file; Drop some of the files being diff'ed; Add, rename or remove common path elements Dry-run apply the diff ...
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drawing sequence diagram in real time

I am looking for a tool/framework/library which will allow me to create a sequence diagram between interacting components i.e. client and server in real time or say almost real time. The server logs ...
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Remote Desktop Software [Windows<->Linux]

I'm looking for remote desktop to be able to connect (primarily) from Linux PC (Debian, regular X and no display manager such as gnome/xfce etc) to Windows 7. I can't use Teamviewer (version 13/14 - ...
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CLI Markdown viewer with Chapter selection support

I'm looking for a simple CLI Markdown viewer with support for Chapter selection for Ubuntu. My main goal is to have a single file with notes separated to chapters so I can list those and select one to ...
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Extension for LibreOffice to show word definition

Anyone know an extension that adds a "lookup word" to the context menu for selected word? Doesn't need to be locally defined. It can show a definition from the internet, but I'd prefer it if it showed ...
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Software to obfuscate asp.net core application on linux?

I have some problems to find some software to obfuscate my asp.net core application on Linux. I tried Obfuscar but the problem is he breaks many things in Asp.net core application. And Dotfuscar can'...
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Is there such a thing as Linux push notifications?

I'd like to be able to trigger a script when a Raspberry Pi receives a push notification, like a poor mans CI/CD pipeline can it be done? My goal is to automatically pull code from a git repo ...
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How to manage company software upgrade

I'm a developer and I work on a company that distribute its own software suite. What I'm looking for, and I cannot find, is a software that installed on clients PC and a company server manages ...
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Lightweight Linux IMAP email client with HTML composing

I've been a happy Claws Mail user for over a decade, but recently the lack of HTML email composing has just become irksome (primarily because of the RFC822 imposed line breaks that are required in ...
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Lossless JPG rotation as a Nautilus context menu or lightweight GUI

I often have to rotate JPG pictures that are precious originals, often taken years ago with cameras that did not have many pixels. Right now I rotate them with GIMP, but due to the arbitrary ...
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utility/tool to locate data file via environment variable (like obsolete Microsoft DPATH command)

in old Windows there was a command DPATH (now obsolete/removed) to locate data file in similar way like finding executable file via PATH. Is there a console utility/tool that allows something similar....
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Distributed attacks detection - software or services

I need more distributed attacks detection software or services such as https://www.abuseipdb.com/ or https://www.blocklist.de. Right now I'm using those to add IPs that are near-guaranteed to be ...
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Firmware over the air (FOTA)

I am looking for an open-source (my target is MIPS, so I will probably have to recompile) Linux implementation of FOTA . Whenever I change the application which is running remotely on a bunch of small ...
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Availability of AWS package in C++ for linux

I had consulted internet and I could only find source code to be compiled. I had tried to compile but I got compilation error like variables indefinitions that seems to me that there are errors in the ...
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Linux system-installer for LFS

I have a Linux from scratch system functioning + some software developed by myself. I want to launch it as a distro and I need to know how to do that. I need something like Debian-installer or ...
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CPU load graph with history per process for Linux

I am looking for a CPU (possibly other resources) chart (being continually drawn) where I can hover/click on any place in history (e.g. spike) and it shows me which processes were using which cores, e....
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json parser,like jq, that touch original document as little as possible

I'm curious , if exist software like jq that is able to edit json file, but only required parts. I do not want that it touches identaions or consequences of the elements in documents. For example ...
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Linux manage input from numpad

I have an extra numpad and I want to use it as macros. Is there any software for Fedora 29 that can change the input from numpad to do something like pasting text? (like "¯\_(ツ)_/¯" or "=_=")
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which process writes /reads the most from disk over time

I want to know which process writes/reads the most from disk over time, I mean that I will start the monitoring process than after X time I will be able to see what was the process that used the disk ...
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Need to make a script that will use a password protected file and generate an output

I am designing a Lab for a course at university.For this the students will download a folder called LAB1 and this will contain subfolders called author_solution ,student_solution and evaluate.sh file....
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PDF metadata editor with GUI

I am looking for a GUI metadata editor (not a library) to run on Linux. I know that in a 'console-like' style it is possible to use ExifTool, pdftk or LaTeX with pdfpages, but I'd like something more ...
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Tool to support aptitude updates

Running apt-get update can be somewhat painful at times, with error messages like this: Reading package lists... Done E: The repository 'http://ppa.launchpad.net/ys/emojione-picker/ubuntu bionic ...
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Display image as overlay on linux framebuffer

I was wondering if there was an application (linux) that lets you display an image overlay on top of the linux framebuffer. I have been porting the script that uses this to different platforms but I ...