If you make frequent use of Flatpak apps and want a user-friendly front-end for managing app permissions, check out Flatseal.
Your wishes are my commands.
Shell Genie is a command-line tool that lets you interact with the terminal in plain English. You ask the genie what you want to do and it will give you the command you need.
System must have Python 3.10 or higher installed.
Videos show how to use Shell Genie:
An article on Shell Genie:
Convert Plain English To Commands Using GPT-3 Powered Shell Genie (Linux Uprising)
Unbound is free and open-source DNS server software that can be used for validating, recursive, and caching DNS resolvers. It’s a feature-rich DNS server that supports DNS-over-TLS (DoT), DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH), Query Name Minimisation, the Aggressive Use of DNSSEC-Validated Cache, and support for authority zones. Unbound is focused on the privacy and security of DNS, but without sacrificing the speed and performance.
Source: How to Set Up Local DNS Resolver with Unbound on Ubuntu 22.04 – Howtoforge
Bunch is a macOS automation tool that takes a folder of plain text files containing lists of apps and commands to launch and provides an easy-to-use menu for triggering them.
Its intuitive syntax makes it easy to get started, and its array of features allows you to automate everything you need to work smarter and faster. Build “contexts” of apps and settings for your different modes of work and play, and switch between them with a couple of keystrokes.
It’s just plain text, but with Bunch it’s a powerful automation tool.
If you want to read more about Bunch before downloading it, you can scroll to the bottom of the page, where you will find links to various articles about Bunch.
List of awesome open source applications for macOS. This list contains a lot of native, and cross-platform apps. The main goal of this repository is to find free open source apps and start contributing. Feel free to contribute to the list, any suggestions are welcome!
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a Python namedtuple from a list or a tuple, how to get namedtuple items or specific item, how to sort it, and more.
This tutorial explains what is Bottles, how to install Bottles in Linux and how to manage and run windows software with Bottles in Linux.
This tutorial will show you how you can set your Raspberry PI up as a scanner server by using the SANE Software.
Linux Mint introduced a new batch file renamer app ‘Bulky’ in the upcoming 20.2 release. Here’s how you can install it in Ubuntu 18.04, Ubuntu 20.04, Ubuntu 21.04.
Learn here the basic usage of Nano text editor such as opening and creating a file, copying, and pasting, saving, and exiting.
Source: How to Edit a File Using Nano (LinOxide)