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Awesome-Linux-Software - A list of awesome applications, software, tools and other materials for Linux distros

  •    Python

🐧 This repo is a collection of AWESOME Linux applications and tools for any users/developers. 🐧 Feel free to contribute / star / fork / pull request . Any recommendations and suggestions are welcome. Update: This repo has a friendlier version available here.

Bodhi Linux - The Enlightened Linux Distribution

  •    C

Bodhi Linux is a Linux-based operating system based upon two things Minimalism, Enlightenment desktop. It provides you a base system that is functional but not bloated. Bodhi’s default application set takes up less than 10MB of space in total.

argos - Create GNOME Shell extensions in seconds

  •    Javascript

Most GNOME Shell extensions do one thing: Add a button with a dropdown menu to the panel, displaying information and exposing functionality. Even in its simplest form, creating such an extension is a nontrivial task involving a poorly documented and ever-changing JavaScript API.Argos lets you write GNOME Shell extensions in a language that every Linux user is already intimately familiar with: Bash scripts.




plotinus - A searchable command palette in every modern GTK+ application

  •    Vala

Only a compound can be beautiful, never anything devoid of parts; and only a whole; the several parts will have beauty, not in themselves, but only as working together to give a comely total. Yet beauty in an aggregate demands beauty in details: it cannot be constructed out of ugliness; its law must run throughout.Have you used Sublime Text's or Atom's "Command Palette"? It's a list of everything those editors can do that opens at the press of a key and finds the action you are looking for just by typing a few letters. It's raw power at your fingertips.

gendesk - :rainbow: Generate

  •    Go

Generates .desktop files and downloads .png icons based on commandline arguments. It is also possible to specify a PKGBUILD file and use the contents as a basis.See gendesk --help or the man page for more info.

vimix-icon-theme - vimix-icon-theme

  •    Shell

Or double-click to open that script files and select "run at the terminal" at nautilus.


volctl - PulseAudio-enabled tray icon volume control for GNU/Linux desktops.

  •    Python

Per-application volume control for GNU/Linux desktops. I couldn't find a simple tray icon that allows to control multiple applications easily from the task bar. So I wrote my own. The program is written in Python and fairly short and should not be too hard to understand.

kraft - Kraft helps to handle your daily quotes and invoices in your small business.

  •    C++

Kraft is free software to help to handle documents like quotes and invoices in your small business. It is a Qt/KF5 based desktop software with a strong focus on ease of use and the just enough feature set for the use case. With Kraft, creating documents will run smooth and free time for more enjoyable things than office work.

Anti-DDOS - 🔒 Anti DDOS | Bash Script Project 🔒

  •    Shell

Anti-DDOS project is an open source software project developed to protect against DOS and DDoS attacks. The project was written using bash programming language. By writing iptables rules into the Linux operating system. Takes the necessary defense configurations. And it only works on the linux operating system. 100% compatible for Linux operating systems. It does not provide 100% security, it will only help you to take the necessary measures. You need to set the config file according to your system architecture.

typecatcher - Download Google webfonts on the Linux desktop

  •    Python

TypeCatcher allows you to search, browse, and download Google webfonts for off-line use on the Linux desktop. You can preview fonts with adjustable size and text. Pull requests and bug reports are welcome here. If Bazaar is more your style, this began on Launchpad and is still mirrored there. It can be translated there as well.

clamtk - An easy to use, light-weight, on-demand virus scanner for Linux systems

  •    Perl

ClamTk is a frontend for ClamAV (Clam Antivirus). It is intended to be an easy to use, light-weight, on-demand scanner for Linux systems. It has been ported to Fedora, Debian, RedHat, openSUSE, ALT Linux, Ubuntu, CentOS, Gentoo, Archlinux, Mandriva, PCLinuxOS, Frugalware, FreeBSD, and others. Although its earliest incarnations date to 2003, ClamTk was first uploaded for distribution in 2004 to a rootshell.be account and finally to Sourceforge.net in 2005. At the end of 2013, we moved to a Google Code page (then to github), gitlab, and Bitbucket. It's now 2018 and for some reason, it's still going. In fact, February 2018 marks 14 years of activity (of being publically available, that is).

desktop-entry-creator - A user-friendly GUI for creating desktop entries for installed applications on Linux

  •    Python

A user-friendly GUI for creating desktop entries for installed applications on Linux. This project is licensed under the terms of the GPL v3 license.