- 'crip' is a terminal-based ripper/encoder/tagger tool for creating Ogg Vorbis/FLAC/MP3 files under UNIX/Linux. It is well-suited for someone seeking to make a lot of files from CDs and have them all properly labeled and professional-quality with a minimum of hassle and yet still have flexibility and full control over everything. Current versions of crip support only Ogg Vorbis and FLAC; if you want to make MP3 files you must use crip-1.0.
- Etcher is a cross-platform GUI for burning OS images to SD cards and USB drives. An experimental command-line interface is also available.
- FileTea is a simple way to send files among different users. FileTea functions as a web server. Users can drag files into their web browser and a URL will be generated for each one. Those URLs can be sent to other people, who will be able to start downloading the files immediately. An HTML5 capable browser is required in order to share the files, but any HTTP client can download them, including command-line tools such as curl or wget. Files are sent through the server, but no data is stored there: FileTea is only used to route the traffic. This also means that there's no limit to the size of shared files. The service is anonymous and does not require user registration. Since it's completely web-based, it works in networks with proxies, firewalls, etc., as long as all users can reach the FileTea server. A demonstration server is provided at https://filetea.me
- Fisoco is a command-line program which permit users to search and organize files on their system. First, tell Fisoco to find your files, then refine your selection, save it, and more to come (move, rename, delete, backup) ! At this stage of the development (0.8.4), only the command line interface is maintained, and it is only able to look for files into your local system (except /proc and /run), but this will progress soon ! Fisoco means FInd, Select, Order, and COnvert. Any contributions, comments, help, translations, ideas are all welcome !
- FreeFileSync is a program that lets you synchronize files and folders.
- Detect moved and renamed files and folders
- Copy locked files (Volume Shadow Copy Service)
- Detect conflicts and propagate deletions
- Binary file comparison
- Configure handling of Symbolic Links
- Automate sync as a batch job
- Process multiple folder pairs
- Comprehensive and detailed error reporting
- Copy NTFS extended attributes (compressed, encrypted, sparse)
- Copy NTFS security permissions
- Support long file paths with more than 260 characters
- Fail-safe file copy
- Expand environment variables like
- Access variable drive letters by volume name (USB sticks)
- Keep versions of deleted/updated files
- Prevent disc space bottlenecks via optimal sync sequence
- Full Unicode support
- Highly optimized runtime performance
- Include/exclude files via filter
- FreeFileSync portable and local installation available
- Handle daylight saving time changes on FAT/FAT32
- Use macros
%date%, et al. for recurring backups
- Case-sensitive synchronization
- Built-in locking: serialize multiple jobs running against the same network share
- GnomeBaker is a CD/DVD burning application for the Gnome desktop. It can:
- Create audio cds from existing wavs, mp3, flac and oggs
- Import M3u and pls audio playlists.
- Create data cds
- Blank rewritable disks
- Copy data cds
- Copy audio cds
- Burn existing cd iso images
- Can burn via scsi and atapi on linux kernels 2.4 and 2.6. Basically if cdrecord works then GnomeBaker will work.
- Drag and drop to create data cds (including DnD to and from nautilus)
- Integrate with gconf for storage of application settings
- Burn DVDs.
- Supports multisession burning
- Blank/Format DVDs
- Burn Cue/Bin files
- Burn data cds on the fly
- gnormalize is a front end to the normalize tool, ripper, an encoder, and an audio converter. It decodes MP3, MP4 (or M4A or AAC), MPC (or MPP or MP+), OGG, APE, or FLAC files to wave, then normalizes the wave and re-encodes it. It can also rip audio CDs, encode audio data, convert audio formats between MP3, MP4, MPC, OGG, APE, and FLAC, and change the encoding properties and edit Meta Info (like title, artist, album, etc.) of the final normalized files.
- GNU FM is a piece of software you can install on your own web server, to run a music community site, similar to Libre.fm or Last.fm. You can use it for your family, your business, your band, or just for yourself.
- greenclone copies windows hierarchies, handling hard and soft links, permissions, afs, VSS shadows and very long filenames. It was written to get round problems with programs like robocopy, and/or ports of unix programs like rsync. It can optionally store permissions and afs information in an auxiliary file so backups don't lose information even if the destination is not an NTFS partition.
- Grip is a CD player and CD ripper/MP3-encoder for the GNOME desktop. It has the ripping capabilities of cdparanoia built in, but can also use external rippers (such as cdda2wav). It also provides an automated frontend for MP3 encoders (presets for lame, bladeenc, l3enc, xingmp3enc, mp3encode, and gogo), letting you take a disc and transform it easily straight into MP3s. The Ogg Vorbis format is also supported. Internet disc lookups are supported for retrieving track information from disc database servers. Grip works with DigitalDJ to provide a unified, "computerized" version of your music collection.
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