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Software to run on the Linux operating system.

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Which Linux distro works better on a gaming PC?

I have a gaming PC I mostly use to edit videos and images in high quality. Specs: CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 1700 8 cores, 16 threads. RAM: 32 GB G Skill - 1466 MHz on dual channels. Latency: 16-18-18-38. ...
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Free remote desktop software for Linux with modern secure protocol using system authentication

When connecting to a Linux desktop remotely it seems like the only games in town are NX and VNC. NX is now very not free. And VNC is stuck in the 70s - authentication doesn't even have the concept of ...
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Application for cataloguing a media collection?

I'd like to catalog a collection audio or video pieces, e.g. audio or video recordings. I'd like to keep some meta-data, as well as categorize, tag and rate - with arbitrary categories, tags and ...
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Linux text-only web browser that renders images in ASCII art

I remember having seen a screenshot of a Linux terminal-only (text) web browser, like links or lynx, but this one was able to render images (in color) using ASCII art. Unfortunately I don't remember ...
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Software recommendation to view git-conflict side by side?

I am doing some git merging and there is a conflict. Usually the conflicts are small (less than 10 lines) but this has lots of conflicts that are more than 10 lines each. What software would you ...
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Opensource software of linux mint for timemanagement and deadlines

I am using Linux Mint 19. I need to organize many deadlines and has to schedule tasks for the future. Is there any good (slightly intelligent) open source software that can allow me to schedule my ...
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Simple C++ dashboard library?

Is there any free library that allows me to effortlessly monitor metrics on my C++ application? Something that would allow me to visualize e.g. transactions per second or runtime overhead in a 2D ...
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Reading list manager for scientfic papers

Sometimes you stumble upon interesting papers (pdfs) or blog posts, but there is no time to read it right now. My current strategy is to keep it in a tab in my browser and there it will stay ...
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Serial port Data generation with automatic checksum

I created a system with a microcontroller (part# AT89S52) in which data can be transferred between any set of devices via a wireless serial port. I have created a data format thats similar to UDP ...
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Linux text editor with server-side search over SSH

I want a Linux programmer's text editor with the possibility to search in a directory on remote server over SSH (I assume that the editor should call grep on the remote host and parse grep output.) ...
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Optimization of ISO (CD/DVD) file during creation

I am looking for alternatives to oscdimg.exe which comes with the Windows ADK. oscdimg.exe has a command line switch named -oc which, according to the command line help, does the following: Optimize ...
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Open-source software for designing augmented reality Android apps in Linux Mint

I want to develop an Android app for augmented reality. I tried ARToolKit, ARCore, Unity(3d), and Vuforia. But all these provide better support for Windows than for Linux Mint. I am using Linux Mint ...
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Tool for transferring data from linux machine to MSSQL on remote (Windows) machine

Is there some kind of opensource / free tools for transferring data from a linux machine to a remote (Windows Server 2012) MSSQL Database Server that can be called / controlled via a bash script? ...
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Color calibration tool for Linux

I need to calibrate my laptop screen. But doing this with some picture from the internet in my browser (which I don't trust in terms of colors) and having to fiddle with xrandr settings in the shell ...
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wall-clock profiler for Linux

I'm looking for a simple wall-clock profiler for Linux. I just want to see the list of symbols/methods, the count of calls to that method, and the average time spent in that method per call to it in ...
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Audio synthesizer that can perform seamless TTS editing for already spoken text

In April 2016, Adobe reported about an experimental piece of software, VoCo. Basically it's Photoshop for voices: you have a sound recording, but you're able to edit it like text, i.e. remove a word ...
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Tool to visualize GPU memory usage of all instances in a cluster?

While it can be done by using deep learning framework profiler or nvidia-smi output(http://forums.fast.ai/t/visualizing-gpu-memory-usage/1103/5) for all GPU instances but looking for better ...
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Scrolling through pictures via Terminal Linux

I've been looking for a tool that either works or can be customized for the following task. My end goal is to use the terminal to open, and navigate through some folder containing pictures. The ...
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Is there a backup tool for linux that allows selective deletion as well as performing backups with just a public key on the client?

In the era of GDPR, making backups comply with all regulations can be a busy task. I am looking for a backup tool for linux that allows me to: Selectively delete files in the backup. Do a backup from ...
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build automation using content, not time stamp

I am seeking -for Linux- a free software or open source command-line build automation tool (similar in spirit to make or ninja) which conceptually handles dependencies on file content (not on ...
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Moving an issue on github to another repo using a software maintained in 2018?

Is there some existing tool to automate moving issues between Github repositories that is currently maintained? I wish to copy issues from one repository to another and Github is not supporting such ...
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Prime number tester that can effectively utilize an arbitrary number of parallel threads

I am looking for a Linux program that can test for primality of a lengthy integer, (at least 10^8 digits long), and is built to increase performance arbitrarily as the degree of parallelism is ...
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Virtualbox, containers and the optimal solution environment for data science

I am trying to figure out the best combination for the following day to day activities. I am a fresh graduate and I just started playing around with programming and learning about different virtual ...
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Guaranteed video player for Linux?

I need video player for Linux, that: Plays many video formats If it can't play some format, it doesn't just continue playing without sound or video doesn't just say it can't it should honestly ...
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Open Source Linux Web Hosting Panel with asp.net core support

I'm looking for a good hosting panel for linux server that supports asp.net core websites. i have few php and asp.net core websites and i want to host them into my vps. for example Ajenti is good ...
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Simple Email Client for Desktop Environment

LXDE doesn't install by default an email client. One option might be installing Thunderbird since: large user base one of the oldest well-supported installed by default on Ubuntu However, after ...
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Simple Text Editor for Desktop Environment

Issue Leafpad is the default text editor for the LXDE Desktop environment designed to be lightweight and simple. Although I like this design choice, there are some additional features available in ...
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Open source program that can run Windows processes remotely (from a linux machine)?

Is there a Linux program that can run processes that exist on a remote Windows machine? E.g. I have several .dtsx files on a Windows Server 2012 machine that are executed via Windows Task Scheduler, ...
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Dropbox-like alternative as a service for the server

I am looking an easy 3rd party solution recommendation for server backups in the cloud. I have a server that produces 2 MB of data every day. I would like those to be backed up in the cloud somehow, ...
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Screen capture program that would have the option of capturing a predefined fixed region in Linux [Redhat/Centos]?

I am trying to find a screen capture utility that could offer the above option in Centos 7. In the old days of Windows, I used to have a small utility called MWSnap that was perfect for this task. ...
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Utility to recursively process text file templates and fill in placeholders

I search for a tool that is / can: gratis free from dependencies (no scripting language interpreter needed, ...) preferably a single binary run on Linux, optionally Windows traverse a (sub)directory ...
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Software for bridging my computer and a VPS

I am not that much of a tech guy so I don't know how to call that software. Basically I am looking for a software that would bridge a connection from my VPS (which has a public IP address) to my ...
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Comparing two finite trees

I need an editor which allows to enter a tree, each node of which may contain several subnodes. The enter part is easy. I can use just a text editor and a hierarchical list like * a ** b ** c *** d ...
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Linux Filesystem which tracks changes?

Is there a linux filesystem which tracks changes? In my use case in 99% of all cases new files get created. Changes to files are rare, but if they happen, they should be tracked. In my case the ...
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Python library for speeding up the invocation of a Python program

Suppose I've written a Python script and I want to run it a lot, but it takes a long time to start up because of its dependencies. Perhaps the most obvious way to speed it up is to add a loop inside ...
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Libre desktop replacement for Google Authenticator

A handful of webapps I use offer soft-token 2FA, via HOTP and TOTP. Clients that support this include Google Authenticator (proprietary, Android) and FreeOTP (libre, Android / iOS). I am looking for a ...
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Wiki software with API so my chatbot can write to it

So I have been looking around for some options for our project wiki. My needs are simple enough: User login, user groups, ability to allow some pages only to be edited by certain users/groups Editing ...
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Mouse and keyboard recording and replaying on Linux

On Windows, I used TinyTask multiple times a week for years (amazing program, recommended for every Windows user). Now I want to switch to Linux, but I can't find a program that does the same: Start ...
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Move files from Android, configurable list of directories, command line

In order to not run out of space on my Android, I often move all pictures to my desktop computer, via USB. I do it almost everyday, as I also fear losing my pictures if I drop my phone. Problem: It ...
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What app or toolset can I use to generate ERD from an API?

I'm working on making some Python scripts at work which make use of client's APIs. These APIs are reporting data which is highly segmented by ID relations. What app or Python-related toolset could I ...
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Torrent app with feature to autoload torrent with their data and files

I know in Linux we have a lot of torrent apps (deluge, qbittorrent, etc), but I'm searching for an app with a specific feature. I have a structure for torrents, to seed, in a parent directory, there ...
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Open Source USB Gateway like USB for USB port forwarding between Linux Machines?

Is there an open source USB Gateway software for Linux that will forward USB ports to another machine on the network, or even a virtual machine instead of the thin client?
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Linux Application switcher by searching open windows

I am looking for something similar to Switcheroo, but for latest Ubuntu (with Gnome) or Linux Mint Cinnamon. Switcheroo provides the ability to search for the open window by typing the name of the ...
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Solution for a Data warehouse of about 7 GB

We recently deployed a new 'data lake' on the Azure platform. The decision-making process had been messy and I cannot shake the feeling that we have bought an expensive, unwieldy database while we had ...
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Command line tool to analyze amount of motion in video file

I am looking for a command-line-ready tool that will work on Linux which will be able to give me a value (or small set of values) which represent the amount of motion present in a given video file. ...
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simple lightweight reliable method to send notifications to ubuntu over internet

Me and my friend are using Ubuntu 16.04 I want to have a method to send a notification to her laptop. She is not so experienced with Linux so It's better to be very easy to setup. I want it to be ...
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Ubuntu. Keys emulation

There are tenkeyless (slim) keyboards with don't have numpad and dont' have emulation of numpad, so I would like to emulate numpad on UIOJKLM<> buttons on holding ALT or WIN key. Is there ...
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Simple ray tracer

I'm looking for good ray tracing software. It should be able to: Read either .obj, .stl or .ply Have a Linux CLI so that I can e.g. raytracer -i in.obj -o raytraced.png (or some other simple API ...
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General-purpose CLI compression program with good integrity check in Linux

As the title says I am in search for a good, defined as the best available, general-purpose command-line compression program with good integrity check in Linux. These archives will be used for long ...
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ssh-agent but for regular SSH passwords (not private key passphrases)

I'm looking for a Linux utility that lets me avoid having to re-type my SSH passwords every time I login, i.e. something just like ssh-agent, but for regular old passwords instead of SSH private key ...