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Compare two audio files

I would like to make sort kind of "speech recognition" system. The goal is to compare a new recording with an original audio file, and if the sound is > x% similar, do something. Is there already a ...
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Alsa mixer for assigning specific apps to a specific soundcard?

I am looking for a Alsa mixer GUI for Xfce (or better yet, desktop-independent) to replace PulseAudio Mixer. While I'm happy with the latter, my USB DAC is very poorly handled by PulseAudio and I need ...
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Open source MySQL performance tool

Are there any open source MySQL performance tools to help optimize SQL queries?
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Decent speech recognition software for Linux

The short version of the question: I am looking for a speech recognition software that runs on Linux and has decent accuracy and usability. Any license and price is fine. It should not be restricted ...
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Alternatives to HUD

Are there alternatives to HUD (from unity) which work together with different window managers (especially with tiling WM's)?
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Starting with CAD on linux

I would like to do some CAD work on Linux (Fedora). I have no experience in CAD, so I have to learn it from scratch. Do you know an CAD Tool for Linux which is easy to use? I prefer an easy tool over ...
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Monitor temperature/IO of NVMe drive

Is there a way to monitor temperature or reads/writes of and NVMe drive (in this case Intel 750). hdparm, udisksctl, smartctl, and hddtemp all seem to lack this capability, google searches have been ...
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Is there a gui options for passwordstore

So while I personally prefer to use passwordstore via the commandline as it is intended. I am pushing for my co-workers to use it. It works perfect for what we need, which is a centralized place to ...
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Edit mp3 tags remotely from Windows

I have a Windows desktop at home. My mp3's are on a dedicated Debian server. How do I edit the mp3 tags on the Linux server from my windows PC with a GUI software? Is there a GUI software that can ...
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Play videos in a different screen without showing desktop environment and cursor interactions in Gnome

I'm editing videos for a live music event. There's a video for each song. I'll have a projector and each song will have a video playing in a big screen behind the artists. I have the length for each ...
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Configure multiple monitors with a desktop independend gui

Since my upgrade from ubuntu 14.04 to 15.04 gnome-control-center display is broken. It could not get any screen information. According to this bug report: https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?...
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Check writing software for Linux Mint 17

I'm a newbie to Linux trying to switch from Windows. I have check writing software (Avanquest Softcheck) for Windows; unfortunately they don't support Linux. Looked into gnucash and moneydance, but ...
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Is there a launcher that features tab-completion?

I'm looking for a "proper" launcher that also allows running raw commands, including tab completion. Hence, it must do two things, at a minimum. It's a "proper" launcher, hence respect ~/.local/...
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Anyone know a dynamic lyric display application for mpd that works on Arch Linux?

I'm looking for a dynamic lyric display app, not like in sonata, static display in a tab, but dynamic ones, show corresponding lines as the music plays
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ZIP password finders for Linux?

I'm trying to extract ZIP files for an encrypted archive I've forgotten the password for. So far I've found the tool fcrackzip which does what I want, but its own manpage states that it has numerous ...
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Magazine publishing software with RTL support

We want to publish an electronic magazine about to free software applications such as Gimp, Inkscape, GNU/Linux and so on. We need a magazine or book design application similar to InDesign of the ...
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Is there any remote GUI for ffmpeg?

I'm looking for some software with both Linux and Windows versions that can remotely run FFMPEG commands on my Linux server. Just like what transmisson-remote-gui does for Transmission. In summary, I ...
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Linux Network UPS Tools Setup

Power failures have been wrecking my server, so I recently plugged it into a USB UPS (MEISSNER XT1200 (1200VA) UPS). The problem is that the power failures last longer than the UPS battery can handle ...
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Looking for App - Productivity measurement

I'm looking for an application which logs my productivity, i.e. logging how long I've been working using LibreOffice, Firefox, or whatever. My request is similar to this: https://productivity....
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Are there any GUI test suites for Linux?

I'm looking to automate some software testing that's currently done manually by a person. Are there any regression test suites for testing GUIs that run on Linux? I'm looking for a way to record and ...
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get free string genre id3-tag and not only genre number in bash script

I'd like to read the id3-genre tag within a bash script. I tried id3tool, eyeD3, etc -- but these tools just support the genre number. How to get the free string genre tag? My music players (Amarok, ...
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GUI for find which can show video thumbnails

Is there a GUI for find (or just a graphical search tool which supports regex searches on filenames starting from a specific directory) which is able to show thumbnails found video and image files? I ...
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Is it possible to get specific information about how a file is compressed?

File compression works on the basic idea of assigning commonly recurring chains of strings to a common index of a table where the full string is stored. For example: Input file: foo bar bash baz foo ...
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PDF editor with regular expressions for bookmarks?

Are there any Unix-based PDF editors with automatic bookmark creation?
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Alternative installer for Debian GNU/Linux

After several days looking for an alternative Debian installer I couldn't find an answer. I want an easier installer for Debian GNU/Linux, more specifically Jessie. Maybe something like Ubuntu's ...
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May recurring X server issues be a hardware problem?

This is my first time asking a question here. Please correct me if I don't follow the process correctly. I also know that a similar question has been asked here - It was said though that the problem ...
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How do I convert PKGBUILDS to ebuilds for the Deepin Desktop Environment?

I have a mammoth task in front of me, converting the Arch PKGBUILDS for the Deepin Desktop Environment to Gentoo ebuilds and I was wondering if there are any tools (like command-line programs) that ...
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linux equivalent to geomagic

I'm rebuilding nasal cavity geometries from ct scans, and need to be able to edit the stl files nicely. I've found meshlab to be close to my needs, but it lacks alot of the editing features of ...
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What's the equivalent of “rmtrash” on Centos Linux?

On Mac OS X, I use rmtrash package and command to more safely delete files. Is there an equivalent of that on Centos Linux?
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How can I comfortably highlight PDF files without KDE?

Okular is great but has many KDE dependencies. Xournal is not very suitable for highlighting. Evince doesn't have any "editing" functionality.
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dmenu-like X program, but with dynamically generated results

I really love the simplicity of dmenu, but unfortunately it's a bit limiting for things that would benefit greatly from (or be impossible without) dynamically generated results. For example, using ...