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After a lot of troubleshooting and help from @Anthon Anthon, I finally managed to achieve what I wanted. The problem after all was that X server did not have enough time to load. The Xserver was started from lightdm that was an upstart service, and my script started from init.d. It seems that if a monitor is connected X server starts earlier and my script ...


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You can have any application run with a virtual X frame buffer using tools like Xvfb or Xvnc. You should also consider switching to using a language that doesn't force you to have a running X to connect to. That things work if you use ssh to connect to the machine is not a surprise. Try making the connection after first entering unset DISPLAY, or by doing ...


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If you like to see a full path to binary execution file just execute in terminal which programm_name The general association list you can find in $HOME/.local/share/applications/mimeapps.list


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You can try Sqlite Manager Firefox Add-on.


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I've used the SQLiteStudio for working with sqlite3 database. It looks very well.


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You will need to install a desktop environment, e.g. yum install gnome-desktop. Then you can install freenx ( yum install freenx ) and then run /usr/bin/nxsetup after the packages have been installed. A freely available Windows NX client is available here: OpenNX Client Downloads. Other remote solutions include xrdp and tigervnc-server, which use the ...


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I was surprised how hard it is to find a good tool for this, but here's my choice: FFmulticonverter is a very basic gui for avconv/ffmpeg. You can Put files in with drag&drop and optionally save the Outfiles in their original location - that makes it very fast for me. and you can just use the code: -vn -acodec copy like in avconv -i INPUT.mp4 -vn ...



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