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Presentations on LibreOffice Draw Have most of the features you asked: light, easy, align and distribute tools, pictures and master pages.. It does not export/import ppt, but you can copy/paste from LibreOffice Impress that import/export ppt. It does not have onclick animations, however this can be simulated: To simulate onclick animations you can create ...
If you really, really want full support of your computer by a given distribution, your approach is wrong. Do not buy hardware and then look what works, instead choose your operating system, and buy hardware known to work with that operating system. For Ubuntu, have a look at the Ubuntu Desktop certified hardware page at ...
Given that you have a rather modern card, it might be difficult to find a battle tested distribution that support it fully. Perhaps the best choice could be Ubuntu 14.04 LTS with the hardware enablement stack (did you try that solution?). So you have a tradeoff to perform here. For desktop environment, I like pretty much Gnome 3 and its shell. In its ...
As the name goes, you only have the binaries, which means you don't have the source code of the program, you have the compiled program. In windows world, that is usually the way everything works, in Linux since most of the programs are open source you have the code and you can check it for yourself if you want to learn or modify it, or if you are paranoic ...
You can try Sqlite Manager Firefox Add-on.
I've used the SQLiteStudio for working with sqlite3 database. It looks very well.
You can use script and scriptreplay to capture and replay a CLI session. It should already be in your system as part of util-linux. It does not offer play/pause features, though. script -t 2> timefile to start the recording (type 'exit' to stop recording) using the default filename typescript and the timing file timefile scriptreplay timefile To ...
Might it be asciinema, showterm or PLAYTERM/ttyrec? Coincidentally a colleague of mine is right now trying to remember something like this as well.
I usually run python -m SimpleHTTPServer 8080 from a folder containing the image and view it at localhost:8080/path/to/image.jpg. Works great because the same method works over ssh to your server, and you can look at different image and text files in that same directory.
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