Tag Archives: Linux

Cairo-Dock 3 out

If you’re sick of Ubuntu messing about with Gnome and have switched to XFCE, the new version of Cairo dock is out. Ubuntu packages here. Glx-Dock / Cairo-Dock – Home.

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Generic Colouriser

Generic Colouriser is yet another colouriser for beautifying your logfiles or output of commands.

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beets: the music geek’s media organizer

The purpose of beets is to get your music collection right once and for all. It catalogs your collection, automatically improving its metadata as it goes using the MusicBrainz database. It also downloads cover art for albums it imports. Then … Continue reading

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disabling touchpad on ubuntu

has a keyboard shortcut to enable/disable the touchpad via SynapticsTouchpad – Community Ubuntu Documentation.

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Unzip all zips in a directory (UNIX)

for i in *.zip; do unzip “$i”; done

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systemd

TBFKAYIBYNYAAYB – all about systemd, the launchd-inspired (partially) replacement for init in Fedora 14.

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Mp3Wrap

a command-line utility that wraps quickly two or more mp3 files in one single large playable mp3, without losing filenames and ID3 informations (and without need of decoding/encoding). via Mp3Wrap Project Homepage.

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Announce: Spotify Premium Plugin Beta – Squeezebox : Community : Forums

Announce: Spotify Premium Plugin Beta – Squeezebox : Community : Forums. triode has spotify working on the squeezebox… I’ve tried it, it’s fantastic.

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readpst

READPST available in normal ubuntu repositories can convert pst files to mbox format for Thunderbird, etc. It works!

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gbrainy

gbrainy – GNOME Live!. Brain training for linux (and windows)

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