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Software to run on the Linux operating system.

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Which software can shift voice formant?

Melodyne does exactly what I need but it is UI only. I'm looking for a way to shift formant of the voice programmatically. ffmpeg, sox, praat..? How can I do this? In speech science and phonetics, a ...
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Lightweight Simple Video/Audio Editor Linux

I am putting together a montage with a couple of audio tracks and around fifty three minute clips - which will be trimmed to ~5s each. I'm working with 1920x1080 @ 60fps video. Ideally Lightweight - ...
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Transparent raindrop ripple screensaver (having your screen display as background)

Some may consider this a frivolous question, but I think it's on-topic and it's important to me. Over a decade ago, I had a Red Hat Linux (cannot recall the release) with a collection of default ...
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How to discover a virus or rootkit on Ubuntu machine

I have been connected to free/public xfinitywifi and my Ubuntu machine has slowed down a lot. I am not sure if it's an update or if I got a virus. Using top and htop, the processes look normal, ...
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Like Firefox/Chrome's “Network” viewer but for entire OS. A Firebug or Web Inspector for all web traffic

I am looking for a way to see any images or XHR data that any apps on my Windows or Linux OS might be transmitting. Maybe I don't understand something crucial about the OSI stack, but I'm looking ...
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Overlay for iproute2 - python library

I have heard that there is a python library which serves as an overlay (is it correct word? overlap?) for iproute2. I mean that it allows to use iproute2 functions in python language. Is it pyroute2? ...
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Linux app for tracking work hours

I am looking for an app to track my working time. Tons of time tracking apps exist, but none of them suits my needs. I want: For a specific day add several entries as work time, e.g. „09:00 - 11:15“, ...
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Chart plotting for oscilloscope-like exploration: zoom, cursors

I have time-series data (daily values for a few years in CSV) that I want to plot for personal, casual use. I want to pan around, zoom in/out, and quickly check individual values with one or more ...
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Linux tool to anonymize captured data packets for commercial use according to GDPR

I am working on a project where I have to identify anomalies in network traffic of business networks with machine learning. The algorithm is feeded with captured network packets from inside of the ...
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Software for making video lectures for Linux (switching to online teaching with the COVID-19 pandemic)

In preparation for switching to online teaching with the current COVID-19 pandemic, I would like to be able to create video lectures. Unfortunately, I am not aware of many useful tools for this for my ...
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Software to clone one OS from a dual boot, save the file, and then run it virtually from inside the other operating system

I am unsure of the capabilities of software like VirtualBox, or if this or another similar utility can perform this function. What I would like to do is have two different operating systems installed ...
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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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Easy to setup forward caching proxy

Squid is too much hassle to set up, and Polipo works well but is discontinued. What are the alternatives for forward caching proxies that are very easy to set up? If possible with just a one-liner, ...
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Git GUI tool with good patch-add and hunk editing features

I'm looking for a good tool to help me when making git commits. (Maybe viewing history as well) Specifically, I want something that allows me to, using a gui: Very easily add files, do patch-add, ...
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Complete and powerful serial terminal

After the switch to Ubuntu 19.10 the most important application I miss is a serial terminal. Under Windows I used RealTerm every day. I tried some of the Linux alternative (i.e. CuteCom, CoolTerm, etc....
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Card Games for Family LAN

I'm looking for software that will have an authentication an score library (database) for card games that I can host on a Linux server. My family loves cards and travelling and I want to connect us!~
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python library for Linux file explorer automation

I need a recommendation for a python library that is similar to PyAutoIt but for Linux. I have a python script that uses selenium to automatically upload photos to Instagram but am having trouble ...
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Visualizing my computer's internals

I'm looking for an app/utility that shows me a 3-Dimensional, navigable/manipulable view of my physical computer - based on hardware information it either obtains itself, or that I provide it using ...
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Terminal Emulator which is able to pipe the output of previous commands into something (like st with externalpipe)

I'm searching for a terminal emulator which can do things like st with the externalpipe patch, but without beeing from suckless (because of reasons which are mentioned here: https://simple.wikipedia....
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Something to view wavefront object files (.OBJ) along with their material files (.MTL)

I need: To be able view wavefront object files that are colored according to a wavefront material file. The software to work on Linux and ideally be free. I do not need: To modify or manipulate the ...
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Linux on MacBook Pro 2019

Is there any Linux distro wich does support the keyboard, trackpad and Network (Wifi) of the newer (2019) MacBooks? Thank you!
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Is there a solution which would allow me to easily monitor/control the traffic for all devices on my network at the hostname level?

I originally asked this question in a Superuser post but it was removed and I was told to post here. I'm a huge fan of the uMatrix browser extension which allows you to control and limit which ...
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ALSA or Jack software to implement a digital equalizer / filter bank

Assuming I have an embedded device running a modern Linux (RPi 3 or later, some MX.i6 eval board, Odroid,...), and a stock distro (debian etc) or an openembedded image I'd build myself: Is there an ...
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Schedulling tasks on different plateforms

We have a mix of Linux, OSX and Windows servers that use crontab, Windows Task Scheduler, etc to run a bunch of bash/windows scripts, rsync commands, etc. I would like to replace these OS specific ...
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Tools to evaluate TCP variants in Linux?

There are lots of TCP variants available (bbr, cubic, Westwood, reno) in the Linux. But how to evaluate the performance of these variants? Which are the popular tools used to extract the congestion ...
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Terminal-based text editor for Linux with few dependencies

I'm using an old(ish) SLES Linux machine on which there are some issues with vi which I won't go into. I want to use another text editor - but none is installed as part of the distribution, and I'm ...
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Any taskset alternative?

I need a TUI/GUI. I prefer a program which draws current packages/cores/threads and caches/memory banks. I prefer a program which indicates (un)used threads. I prefer a program which indicates ...
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Locker with “soft lock time” for i3

I am currently using xautolock+i3lock, but I miss (I think from KDE) the "soft lock time". What I mean: after locker screen is shown, there is some short grace time (e.g. 5s) when you can unlock your ...
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Linux service: distributed file system / versioned file database

I am looking for a linux server service ('service' like mongodb, redis, mysql, etc), with two main features: -"Version control" of single binary files: I do not any need any advenced features like ...
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Java library for non latin input method

I need to make a Java based input method tool for linux platforms. It must work with any complex non latin writing systems (e.g. Chinese, Bengali). Any library to do this? I found this, https://docs....
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command-line jslint like program

I know about jslint, but it has a web interface. I am a 60 years old geek using Linux since 1993 (and have developed the GCC MELT tool, with Bismon wanting to be some successor) For the Bismon ...
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Looking for video chat program for Mac that can reverse image right for left

I'm looking to get set up for online math tutoring. Facetime for mac right now reverses the image right/left -- like a mirror. When the camera is pointed at a sheet of paper, everything is backward. ...
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Is there a terminal emulator for linux that can highlight keywords for all the printed output

I use mobaXterm on windows in my work laptop to ssh to linux machines. One feature that I like the best is that it highlights words such as error and warning in build output in red/blue colour. This ...
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GUI tool to access windows docker mounted drive and files

I am using docker at windows 10 by running Linux vm/containers. may i know if there is tool to manage/access the mounted drive/file at windows explorer? UI based, so i do not need to hit CLI command ...
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How can I edit/share the same text file from my Linux laptop (code editor or command line) and my iPhone?

The only way to edit the same file on iPhone and (Linux) laptop that I can find is Google Drive. However, on laptop Google docs don't have code syntax colouring / highlighting. Also with Google docs ...
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Which Evernote client versions (more recent than v5.8.13 ) for Windows work properly with Wine?

Most open-source Evernote Clients for Linux such as Tusk or Nixnote2 do not support a "watch local folder" feature that the Evernote Client for Windows has had for many years. After reading a blog ...
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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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software usage statistics / metrics - Open Source based service needed

I'd like to collect some anonymous usage statiscs for a self developed software that is used on Linux systems on a central host. I'd like to have some sort of HTTPS / REST service that the various ...
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App or program just want to track asset values?

I don't need transaction downloading, budgeting or anything like that. Just something that will go out to a set of banks and brokerages, "discover" all my accounts, download the names and balances, ...
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GUI tool to copy selected intact files/directories, following ddrescue clone? (Autopsy is one-at-a-time)

I made a clone of a failing hard disk using GNU ddrescue. Many of the files are okay, and many are broken. I can mount the clone, with its three partitions, in Linux. My linux file browser (tried ...
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Is it possible to view OSX .keychain files on Linux?

After importing login.keychain-db on my Linux computer. I would like to open my keychain file with a program. Are there any tools on Linux to open a MacOS's keychain (login.keychain-db) file?
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PDF reader for Linux which supports one click dictionary lookups

Is there a PDF reader for Linux which supports the following: If you click on a word, it opens a dictionary like ding or even better linguee.com and translates the word from a predefined source ...
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mailing list manager (on Debian VPS) compatible with HTML5 emails

For the RefPerSys project, we need an open source mailing list manager (running on a cheap VPS rented server ovh.starynkevitch.net under Debian whose web server is lighttpd, so FastCGI compatible). I ...
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Can I receive notifications about new IP addresses connected to my server?

I have a django website deployed on AWS EC2 behind Nginx, without wsgi right now (I'm still in the early stage of development and checking my options). I've noticed in my nginx access log a few new IP ...
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data flow / processing flow framework

Data flow is probably a much more commonly known term to define the category of software I'm looking for. However, data flow basically describes the path a piece of data takes through the system. What ...
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Hex viewer with comparison on Linux

Is there a good Linux GUI program to view (and possibly edit) binary files in hex, and also to compare two hex files side-by-side. Ideally, it should highlight the differences, scroll the two views ...
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automation of tasks in Linux

Is there any recommended software to automatize certain tasks in linux? For example: Tell the weather forecast at a particular time of the day enable a radio open a file also at some time of the ...
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Retrieve updated metadata for existing BibTex library

Background Older versions of Zotero did not download the complete metadata for BibTex entries. Fortunately, ~950 of the ~1,000 entries have DOI entries. The most recent Zotero version grabs much more ...
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Test server's upload speed from multiple location/country

There's already a script to test a server's download speed from multiple site like: wget -qO- bench.sh | bash CacheFly 167.88.158.176 29.0MB/s Linode, Tokyo2, ...
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Good Linux distro with common command-line utils

While debugging issues in Kubernetes, there are times when I need to install a pod, exec into it and poke around the cluster. This can be done pretty easily with a command like kubectl run my-shell --...

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