ClipGrab Let’s You Download YouTube, Vimeo Videos in Ubuntu

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Looking for an application to download videos from YouTube, Vimeo, and/or other video sites? Well, ClipGrab is a free and simple tool to do this in Linux, Windows, and OS X. ClipGrab supports downloading videos from YouTube, Vimeos, Dailymotion, Metacafe, and many other online video sites. It also features: search videos on YouTube convert videos to MPEG4, MP3, and other ...

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Install The Latest Intel Graphics Driver in Ubuntu 16.04

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Intel has recently announced the release of its Linux Graphics Update Tool 2.0.2. Ubuntu 16.04 is supported so it’s easy to install the latest Intel Graphics Stack in this LTS release. The new release supports for Ubuntu 16.04, and Fedora 24, and it’s available for download at the link below: Once you downloaded the .deb package, click install it via ...

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Opera 39 Goes Stable, How to Install it in Ubuntu

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Opera web browser for Linux finally reached the 39 stable release. It’s now based on Chromium 52.0.2743.116. What’s new in Opera 39: ES2016 exponentiation operator Fetch API: Response construction with ReadableStream Fetch API: referrer policy 2D canvas filters createImageBitmap options Invalidvalues are no longer treated as subtitles Web Audio updates. See more in changelog page. How to install Opera 39 ...

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How to install OpenMV 0.40 via PPA in Ubuntu 16.04, 14.04

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OpenMV, an unofficial open source engine reimplementation of the game Morrowind, has reached the 0.40 release a few days ago. OpenMW is a recreation of the engine for the popular role-playing game Morrowind by Bethesda Softworks. You need to own and install the original game for OpenMW to work. The OpenMW team is proud to announce the release of version ...

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Wine 1.9.18 Supports Multiple Kernel Drivers in Single Process

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The latest development Wine 1.9.18 has been released today for running Windows Apps/Games in Linux and other OS. The wine 1.9 release is the development series for the next stable 2.0 release. What’s new in Wine 1.9.18: Support for multiple kernel drivers in a single process. More WebServices reader support. Various improvements in joystick support. Some more work towards the ...

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How to Reset Forgotten Passwords in Ubuntu 16.04

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Forgot your Ubuntu login password? Well, this quick tip is going to show you how to reset user (or root) password in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. It’s easy to change a password in Ubuntu Linux via passwd command. The key is how you can get into the root command console with super user privilege. 1. Boot into root shell: For those ...

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How to Change The Unity Dash Logo Icon in Ubuntu 16.04

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For better viewing, you can change the GTK and icon themes in Ubuntu Desktop. But most icon themes do not change the Dash icon in the Unity Launcher. Accurately, the Ubuntu logo (Unity Dash icon) is the launcher_bfb.png file located in /usr/share/unity/icons. Just replace this 128×128 pixels png file with a custom icon file will change the Dash icon at ...

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Shotwell Photo Manager 0.23.6 Released with Fixes

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The digital photo manager Shotwell 0.23.6 was released. It’s available in PPA for Ubuntu 16.04 and Linux Mint 18. Shotwell photo manager is updating frequently in recent months, the latest 0.23.6 is released just two weeks after the last and it features: Fix locale-dependent times Use nl_langinfo instead of custom LConv Fix renaming of tags and saved searches Improve message ...

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OpenShot 2.1 Released! How to Install it in Ubuntu 16.04, 14.04

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OpenShot 2.1, the new major stable release series since OpenShot 1.4.x (2.0 is a beta series), was finally released a few hours ago with a huge number of new features, bug fixes, and improvements! brings many stability and performance related improvements, multiple memory leak fixes, and also following new features: Supports for displaying audio waveforms on clips Improves property editing ...

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Remove Unity Launcher & Alt-Tab Switcher ‘Tile’ Background in Ubuntu

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For those who dislike the glossy square tile backgrounds in the Unity Launcher icons and Alt-Tab Switcher, Without changing GTK theme, there’s a simple script called unity-flatify-icons to “flatten Ubuntu Unity’s launcher icons”. The script does not flatten the application icons, it accurately removes the tile backgrounds for un-opened application icons, and for opened applications uses new flat style boxes. ...

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