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I love the simplicity of the Xfce4 Dictionary (it is not tied to Xfce and can be easily used in any DE). It can be used with an on-line dictionary server dict.org (by default) or with a localhost server (if you install dictd and accompanying databases like dict-wn for WordNet, dict-jargon, etc.). Independently you may also configure a Web Service like ...


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pass is a tool to store passwords in gpg-encrypted single files that can be grouped in folders. The code is written in shell code and follows the Unix philosophy. pass does not have an Android GUI interface but the password files themshelfs could be read using a GPG manager.


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It is very easy to use Linphone to place secure calls, using ZRTP encryption protocol and TLS transport. Follow these steps: Choose a SIP provider that supports authenticating and transporting traffic through TLS (not all do), like Linphone SIP service or Ostel. Install Linphone 3.7.0, mainly because this version allows to "configure multiple proxy ...


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https://palava.tv/ Is not the only free software alternative to Skype I ever saw to actually work, but it's also cross platform. Unfortunately it's Browser based, but OTOH it means it works on every OS with a modern browser (With WebRTC). You can call anybody without the need to convince them to install ${obscure software}, it's pretty real world feasible. ...


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Nautilus has these features. sudo yum -y install nautilus Launch nautilus and there will be a magnifying glass in the top right corner, this can be used to search for files. Navigate to your MP3 folder and select Edit->Preferences and select the "List Columns" tab. Select "Bitrate" and close. [EDIT] It appears this is an Ubuntu specific ...


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You can use ncdu itself! This shows the uncompressed sizes of the files. In the case you say you care about, namely many uncompressible files, it should reflect what you need pretty well: Too make the file sizes accessible to ncdu, they need to be in a file system. So we need to mount the archive as a file system. We use a fuse user-space filesystem ...


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An awk solution awk -vq='"' ' func csv2del(n) { for(i=n; i<=c; i++) {if(i%2 == 1) gsub(/,/, OFS, a[i]) else a[i] = (q a[i] q) out = (out) ? out a[i] : a[i]} return out} {c=split($0, a, q); out=X; if(a[1]) $0=csv2del(1) else $0=csv2del(2)}1' OFS='|' file


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You are looking for tiling window managers having non-tiling windows capabilities. Maybe the answer is not getting something working out-of-the-box, but using something like openbox or fluxbox (which allows to use everything you put in your description, and being mouse-friendly) plus an add-on or program running on top of that - for example, check the ...


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Is you would like it to be fast, best is using a shell tool like imagemagic, maybe combined with a short script to create the options for imagemagice. Whether this approach is feasible, depends heavily on properties of use case. It can be anything between obviously easy to do, and obviously impossibe. The range in between is large and diverse - I would ...



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