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You might be looking for recordmydesktop. You can get a window id using wmctrl or xwininfo and then use that id: recordmydesktop --windowid <id_of_window> you can use --pause-shortcut to define a key combination for pause/continue.
ePDFview has been unmaintained since 2011. I recommend using qpdfview instead. It is as lightweight as ePDFview but has more features, depends only on the Qt libraries, and copying text from PDFs actually works (it was very buggy on ePDFview).
If you want a solution similar to the Emacs one but prefer Sublime Text over Emacs, there is the SublimeTableEditor.
If you have Debian or a Debian-based system, I recommend SimpleScreenRecorder. To retrieve it, execute sudo add-apt-repository ppa:maarten-baert/simplescreenrecorderand then execute sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install simplescreenrecorder.
Unfortunately most if not all usb hardware does not have anything to monitor the current draw through it. You can find the max output of your USB ports in the documentation of your hardware. The standard is 500mA but many newer devices provide more for things like phones, mp3 players, and tables. The same can be done for your connected device. But this will ...
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