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dtrace4linux allows you to trace some interesting tidbits of the kernel. Although it appears to be more powerful than sysdig, unfortunately is not so well behaved.
You are probably looking for sysdig For example: sysdig -A -c echo_fds
You can use qpdfview to open documents in the same window but under different tab: $ qpdfview --unique --instance texview file.pdf That will spawn new window with that instance id if it doesn't exists or open file in new tab in existing instance. The only downside here that it won't close previously opened file.
Evince reloads the pdf file if changed, so you could use a dummy file to overwrite with the pdf that you want to show up. # preview dummy file, a blank pdf maybe. cp blank.pdf dummy.pdf evince dummy.pdf # show document1.pdf cp document1.pdf dummy.pdf # later..., show document2.pdf ...
Recently came across MinEd [http://towo.net/mined/] # Option "emul": emulation mode, especially control key function mapping; # takes a single-letter value: # e: emacs mode # s: WordStar mode # w: Windows keyboard mode # W: Windows behaviour (-w, CRLF for new files, cmd.exe with ESC !) # p: pico mode # m: mined default #emul m
For some situations, you can use a proxy that accepts incoming HTTP requests and makes outgoing HTTPS requests. As an example, I wanted to capture the traffic between git and github.com. I used mitmproxy: mitmproxy -s httpser.py where httpser.py is: def request(context, flow): flow.request.scheme = 'https' flow.request.port = 443 I then ran git ...
You can of course use SoX, as other people already mentioned, but I suggest using lame and flac: Your first question is going from .mp3 to .flac (see below why this is usually a bad idea): lame --decode <file>.mp3 - | flac -o <file>.flac - This will use WAV headers, which has limitations when it comes to very long files (four hours or more ...
The answer depends on what kind of database you have. If you have your data in Text Outline format, MS Word or MS Excel, then you can import it to MindMap. Read more here: conceptdraw.com/solution-park/collaboration-mind-map-exchange and here: conceptdraw.com/helpdesk/how-to-import-excel-file-to-mind-map
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