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Quod Libet has the ability to show filename columns (e.g. Filename, Full Name, URI), in addition to many other fields like Artist, Track Name, Year, etc. You just need to enable preferred columns by right-clicking on any column, then select the desired ones. You can also navigate by Folders, if you prefer that, via its "File System" browser. It has ...


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CudaText is free and multi-platform, it supports mixed line endings. Also it don't break binary files on saving, including all text files. https://wiki.freepascal.org/CudaText#Line_ends I recommend to use its feature to show text labels for line endings: "LF", "CR", "CRLF". You can turn it on using option "unprinted_content&...


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vi seems to leave unedited newlines unchanged when saving and only makes the minimal changes to a file being edited (although it does require learning a whole "new" editing/interaction paradigm).


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A GUI utility for doing this is gscan2pdf. While it's oriented towards scanning images, it supports combining images in a PDF very easily: Launch gscan2pdf. On the menu, choose File | Open. Choose your files. On the menu, choose File | Save. You can usually ignore the resulting dialog; press Save and choose a target filename. That's it! Quick and easy and ...


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You can simply use gpg or openssl to encrypt your a single text file. gpg -cipher-algo <cipher-algorithm> -c /path/to/file List of posiible cipher can be known from gpg --help openssl enc <cipher-algorithm> -in /path/to/file -out /path/to/encrypted/file List of possible ciphers can be known via openssl enc -list. No idea about integreted text ...


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7zip encryption is pretty bad from a security perspective (missing salt, self-made key derivation...), see e.g. this review. I don't know of any program that encrypts files and has an integrated text editor, but there are numerous programs for encrypting individual files: Cryptomator, AES Crypt, File Lock PEA, EncFS...


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You could try Arronax Arronax is a program to create and modify starters (technically: .desktop files) for applications and locations (URLs). Currently (2021) it is still under active development. I have used Arronax to create a few .desktop files. However, I did not understand it fully. To use Arronax you need Gtk 3.4 or later GObject introspection data ...


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On ArchLinux there is a tool called gendesk. This is a command line tool and it even pulls icons for known applications.


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I ended up getting things to work with MobaXTerm and virt-manager via WSL per this article: https://www.how2shout.com/linux/how-to-install-and-use-virt-manager-on-windows-10/


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If you are using Visual Studio Code IDE there are many such extensions: C-mantic C++ Insights Cpp Static Checks Code Inspector Cppcheck Plug-in static-analysis ReSharper C++ C/C++ Clang Command Adapter Clang-Tidy for VSCode Clang Tidy GUI Clang-Tidy Clang-tidy Linter C/C++ Advanced Lint for VS Code


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In KDE, left click the application launcher and click Edit Applications. Click the New Item to write a new application entry. You can copy the .desktop file from ~/.local/share/applications. Read these AU questions: 1, 2.


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Unless I am misinterpreting your question, it is seen that every linux desktop environment has a gui to create a launcher for 3rd party software and all other apps. The link below shows gui and commandline launcher information for many de. In addition to the below I use mate and that also allows 3rd party desktop launchers. Generally a right click on the ...


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You can use diff as you did, and then pipe the output into diff-so-fancy , which is free. I have two files , f1.txt and f2.txt . they are 3 lines long, and they differ only in one character in line 2. The diff-so-fancy output looks like this: I had to add the screenshot to display the colors as I see them. Perhpas they look different on your computer.


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I think the best software for your needs is indeed Geogebra, I personally prefer the classic web version. Geogebra is like... the most user-friendly graphing calculator that I can found; other graphing calculator software can be equal or even more complex than Geogebra. If you want to get the most of it, eventually you will need to learn how to use it like a ...


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The NSA has released a VPN called goSecure. I have not tried it. Unfortunately the VPN craze has made it very difficult to locate information on creating your own. You might also look into a hardware solution. Higher end and prosumer routers like the ubiquiti edgerouter series sometimes have built in vpn portals. Question 1: try "IP tunneling",...


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nginx is the way to go. You said you do not want to be bloated, that's why I did not answer apache server. Most companies are switching to nginx for this reason. Either way shoul should be fine. Both are secure and high available. Also, I see they are available for linux, but Windows Server is better as far as I know for this things, because of performance.


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Don't have the reputation to comment. Using browser extensions to darken webpages turns out not to be an option since many webpages become unreadable. What about the other way? Use light themes on terminals and text editors. The Dark Reader extension for Chrome can be customized to set a different color scheme by domain I believe.


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UPDATING LIST: KaOS It is build from scratch, uses pacman and Octopi as software managers. It is rolling but very stable — in that, and other aspects, similar to Solus — and completely focused on Plasma. Uses systemd-boot as boot loader. Looks like "the one" for now. Feren OS Feren OS is based on Ubuntu with a pseudo-rolling-release nature, ...


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Feren OS is a British-made Linux Distribution based on Ubuntu, aiming at stability. (But my limited experience with it remains limited, as the installer froze in live session, so I gave up.)


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Indeed: joe is pretty common to install. Only text mode and has several "incarnations", as you can see here. Wordstar is one of them (jstar). Even just running joe is close enough to Wordstar.


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