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by Pierre-Yves Landuré last modified Jan 26, 2014 11:14

Howtos for installing third-party softwares on Ubuntu GNU/Linux.

  • Refresh thumbnails in Nautilus

    This howto install a nautilus script that ease the forced refresh of thumbnails by deleting the thumbnails cache for the selection.

  • Convert a music library from a format to another with mussync-tools

    Mussync-tools is a audio conversion tool specialized in smartly converting a music library from a format to another. Mussync-tools convert files from source format to target format by keeping the folder architecture of the source library. Mussync-tools synchronize the target library with the source library, deleting files from target library when the corresponding source files are missing from source library, and updating conversion for files changed in source library.

  • Install Clementine Music Player on Ubuntu

    Clementine is a multi-platform music library manager. It is forked from Amarok, the KDE media manager, but is independent from this desktop environment. This howto ease its installation on Ubuntu.

  • Install Wine on Ubuntu

    Wine is a software that allow to run Microsoft Windows software on GNU/Linux. This how-to ease the installation of the latest stable version of Wine on Ubuntu.

  • Install Ubuntu Tweak on Ubuntu

    Ubuntu Tweak is a tools easing Ubuntu customization. This software allow to finely tune the desktop environment. This how-to ease its installation.

  • Install Steam on Ubuntu

    Steam is a commercial gaming platform. This how-to ease its installation on Ubuntu.

  • Install Spotify on Ubuntu

    Spotify is a audio streaming service. This how-to ease the installation of its GNU/Linux desktop client on Ubuntu.

  • Install Opera web browser on Ubuntu

    Opera is a free commercial alternative to Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome. This article ease its installation on Ubuntu.

  • Install Nightingale on Ubuntu

    Nightingale is a media library manager similar to iTunes, Banshee or Rythmbox. It is forked from Songbird. This how-to ease its installation on Ubuntu.