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Software to run on the Linux operating system.

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Management system to database, draw statitistcs, cronjobs, network load etc

I need to organize management system to my client on his server. I want in this system things like: show views from database and draw some charts based on it show tables from database maybe query ...
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Linux screen annotations

I'm looking for a Linux (Ubuntu) tool that serves the same purpose as something like Epic Pen on Windows (http://epic-pen.com/). Basically, something that allows me to use a stylus to draw on top of ...
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RSS “collector” or proxy (client and server in one) tool

I'm searching for some Linux tool which can run as a service, retrieves one or more RSS feeds and provides them like a webserver to be retrieved from a RSS reader. The idea is to let this tool run ...
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Lecture recorder for linux (presentation + voice + doodling)

There are many lectures and presentations on youtube where you can see a powerpoint presentation (or pdf, or whatever) through the screen, a voiceoiver of the lecturer giving the presentation, and on ...
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Software to read fingerprint and generate a unique number

Is there any open-source software available to read fingerprint from fingerprint scanner and give a unique number ? I need this for another software I am building where I need to store user's ...
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Free Golang IDE

Is there any good and free Golang IDE or Editor for MacOSX, Windows or Linux? Any help appreciated.
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Proxy server platform that I can write a filtering engine plugin for

Introduction: I'm currently developing a piece of software that requires the ability to dynamically filter DNS requests (and possibly filtering other network traffic based on the IP addresses ...
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Linux software for simulating reinforced concrete slabs and walls

I'd like to be able to simulate some concrete slabs and walls and to calculate their resistance to different loads in different points based on the thickness, reinforcement and hardness. Ideally the ...
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Percentage of code per language, per directory, Github-style

I am often inspecting heterogeneous code bases, and would like to, at a quick glance, know the percentage of files per language, just like Github shows for a repository: However, in Github's case, ...
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Music Player with Web Remote

I recently found the plugin for Rhythmbox (the standard music player shipped with Ubuntu) which lets you control the playback from any other device in the network via a web interface. Unfortunately ...
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Sound detection tool for linux

I am looking for a tool which is able to recognize a specific sound within a mp3-file and tell me, where it starts. I have a reference-file (about three seconds long) and I want to know: Is there such ...
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GUI tool for viewing CPU/IO/Memory Pressure information in Linux

Newer versions of the Linux kernel provide detailed information on not only memory pressure, but also IO and CPU pressure. This "pressure" can be thought of as a measure how much your ...
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Commercially supported alternatives to Microsoft Exchange

I'm looking for a fully collaborative alternative to Microsoft Exchange that will allow for Outlook functionality (shared Calendars, Contacts, Note, Public Folders) and mobile device active sync style ...
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Web browser that consumes minimum data

I currently use Ubuntu 14.04 as primary OS and Windows XP as secondary OS. I am using Mozilla Firefox & sometimes Chromium web browsers. Now I want a web browser that consumes less (minimum) [...
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Browsers with same or similar features like Opera on Presto engine

Are there any active, up-to-date browsers which have the following capabilities (all present in Opera 12.x and older versions): separately block / allow image display on each open tab (some tabs will ...
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Looking for a linux terminal (not drop-down) that can rename tabs and save them including their paths

I have tried terminator, I can rename the tabs but I can't save correctly the layout and state such as the current working directory. Guake is almost perfect, I can do all what I need but I also need ...
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Linux program like Windows 7 MS Paint

There are many Linux programs that imitate the MS Paint of Windows XP and earlier. Is there one yet that looks like that of Windows 7 and has the same features? Primarily it should look the same as ...
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Light modern DNS benchmarking for linux

I'm currently building and setting up my own Linux router, and one of the advantages of this is the ability to run benchmarks on my router directly. I'm currently using 8.8.8.8 with dnsmasq for name ...
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Linux-compatible static site generator with a flexible, powerful and well-documented templating engine and out-of-the-box markdown support?

I have used a few different static site generators including: GitBook Hexo HubPress Hugo Jekyll Pelican and each lacked a very important feature: a flexible, powerful and well-documented templating ...
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Fast file synchronization tool with a web GUI for Linux?

I have two Ubuntu servers (ie. no GUI) that I need to synchronize files across a WAN connection, on an ongoing basis. So far, I've tried BitTorrent Sync and Syncthing, but they are painfully slow. ...
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Looking for command line (debian if possible) tool doing screenshot of webpage

The topic is less easy than it looks. I need to be able to get png or jpg screenshot from some website on specific interval. So a simple cron job is OK, but I can't find a tool that really works. I ...
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linux spech to text (for german)

what Software can I use to convert an audio file with spoken german to a text? It should run under Linux, ideally FOSS and offline. It should come pre-trained, I do not want to train it.
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simple proxy to record a web transaction

I am looking for a simple Linux/Ubuntu proxy which only purpose is record the request and the answer from a http transaction. I am writing an application that will not run on a web browser but it ...
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Converting source code to syntax-highlighted PDFs

I'm looking for a command-line Unix/Linux program that can take source code in any common programming language and produce a good-looking syntax-highlighted PDF, preferrably with line numbers and with ...
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Document manager

I'm looking for a powerful document manager application. Example applications are: Macjournal or DevonThink but they're available for Mac OS only. I've a Linux Elementary Juno installed. The features ...
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Software to model bioheat transfer?

I am looking for software that can be used to model bioheat transfer, which is heat transfer in living systems (e.g. melting an ice cube in your hand or a cool breeze blowing on a hot summer's day). ...
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Linux PDF reader that supports forms with formulas

I am trying to fill out a Yu-Gi-Oh deck list for a tournament on my Linux Mint 18.3 machine. FORM: http://www.yugioh-card.com/en/events/forms/KDE_DeckList.pdf The problem is that there is a "...
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Software to draw the data flow of a program?

I would like to draw the data flow for the documentation of a project. I thought of something like this (created with Dia). Functions: I would like to be able to draw databases, single computers, ...
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Regex Desktop Tool for Offline Use (Cross Platform)

There are a plethora of SO questions a decade old describing cross platform desktop Regex tools. It seems the most popular options were: Kodos (no commits in the past decade, runs off deprecated Qt3) ...
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Are there libraries to detect Linux distribution information in Java?

I've been looking for some solution to find the name and version of the Linux distribution where I am running my Java code, eg. Ubuntu 18.04, CentOS 6, etc. I am aware of files as /etc/os-release, or ...
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Linear Programming library for C++ on Linux

I am currently facing a linear programming problem that I would like to solve in C++. There are equality and non-equality constraints, i.e. max a^{T} x subject to Bx >= c and Dx = e. What actively ...
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Any cross-platform email client?

I have been searching for a good cross-platform email client for a really long time. Here are my requirements and a few shortcomings of popular clients. Requirements: At least available on Android, ...
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Complex computational fluid dynamics software that can model material property changes

I need to simulate heat flow through a material whose properties change as a function of time and temperature. For example (this isn't my exact application, but it gets to the heart of what I need): ...
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Best database to store time-series data in memory on Linux? (Embedded application)

I currently working on a Linux embedded application where I do some logging every second for numeric data (I really just need to plot data on a graph for the last 24 hours of operations). Since SD ...
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Best Windows Gaming Virtual Machine Software for Linux (Debian/Ubuntu)? Criteria provided

What's the best virtaul machine software that supports Linux (Debian/Ubuntu) for gaming on Windows (Windows 10)? My considerations are (without order of importance): Performance - highest performance ...
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Start software on boot and manage running it like systemd, but keep STDIN/STDOUT easily available

I've been using screen to run some services, simply because it's so much easier to look at the recent log output and type in commands (for some services). Of course, this has the significant ...
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Lair-Framework Alternative

Is there any good alternatives to the lair-framework. I think that was an awesome platform, and unfortunately its not maintained anymore and no more updates to it. But i have tried all other kinds of ...
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Linux/Android based music client-server setup which will transcode music

I'm essentially looking for something to replace Google play music that I can run myself. I've got spare hardware and a reasonably fast connection on the server side. I would like to be able to ...
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Astrology Software for Linux

Is there any astrology software for Linux? I have looked at astrology_Linux and I have tried the software in the list. But I have run into various issues; I am new to Linux and I don't like building ...
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Offline Ascii art editor for Linux

I use Ubuntu 16.04 and do not look for something like Graph_Easy which parses input, instead I look for some offline, free, WYSIWYG software that does tasks like what asciiflow does. For example these ...
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Linux ebook reader without library

I'm looking for an ebook reader application that: Is open source Supports opening books without adding them to a 'library' (and is not very slow when working that way) Does not use node.js (so no ...
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FLOSS software that helps you remember a passhprase

Currently I'm using a bad passphrase and would like to switch to diceware. However, the kinds of passhphrases I'll be generating won't be recoverable so I must remember them. Is there any software ...
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Linux, app for knowledgebase

I have an idea about knowledge base application. Now, I have script kbase.sh, and I have many knowledge informations/examples about os (working with files, folders, os administration, etc) in text ...
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Need a java library to draw to the linux framebuffer

I've been playing around with Linux lately. The last time I did that was 2005-2010. One of the things I enjoyed doing back then was ricing the vt. Back then, you could apply Splashutils, which was ...
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Install .deb files on Android

I need to run some basic Linux stuff on Android. Specifically I want to run a .deb file on my 4.4 device. Is there any software that emulates basic Linux functions enough to run the .deb file? I ...
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How can I replace eMule in Ubuntu?

I need an Ubuntu replacement for eMule (i.e. a software to download files from eDonkey). It must have the following requirements: Essential works in Ubuntu FOSS Much appreciated Decreasing for ...
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graphical computer simulator for Linux

I hopefully (and benevolently) will give an Introduction to Programming (on Linux) series of talk (with the montpellibre.fr non-profit association). I am looking for an opensource computer simulator (...
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Online presentation for one presenter, multiple viewers

I am looking for a software that has some server-side mechanism to run a presentation, which is then delivered as a HTML website. The idea is: anyone can go to a specific URL, like an invitation ...
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Linux image-viewer with multi page support for tiff

Looking for some image-viewer to easily view multi-page tiff files, which can display float16/uint16 data, and be able to easy to display next image in directory. On windows I was using Irfanview for ...
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Local bookmark manager for Kubuntu

I am searching for a browser-independent manager for web bookmarks that I can install on my local Kubuntu (Ubuntu + KDE) machine. It would also be great if that bookmark manager could be accessible ...

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