Superpaper – Advanced Multi Monitor Wallpaper Manager for Linux

Superpaper is a cross-platform wallpaper manager that focuses on multi-monitor support. It features pixel density correction that spans an image flawlessly across displays of different shapes and sizes, and bezel correction and perspective correction. Other Superpaper features include: Set a single image across all displays Set different image on every display Manual pixel offsets for fine-tuning Desktop Slideshow with configurable file order from local sources Command-line interface Hotkey support Align test tool How to Install Superpaper in Ubuntu: You can try the wallpaper manager without installing it on your system…

Wavemon – Display Live WiFi Signal Strength in Terminal

Looking for a wireless network manager? Wavemon is a command line ncurses-based wireless network monitoring application for Linux. Wavemon displays live signal and noise levels, packet statistics, device configuration and network parameters of your wireless network hardware. It should work with all devices supported by the Linux kernel. Wavemon is available in Ubuntu universe repositories. Simply open terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T) and run command to install it: sudo apt install wavemon Then run wavecom to start the monitor. For more information run man wavemon. While the software packages in Ubuntu repositories are…

SameBoy – Powerful Game Boy Emulator Available as Snap

The latest version of SameBoy, powerful Game Boy Emulator, available to install via Snap package in Ubuntu 18.04 and higher. SameBoy is an open-source user friendly Game Boy, Game Boy Color and Super Game Boy emulator for macOS, Windows and Unix-like platforms. SameBoy is extremely accurate and includes a wide range of powerful debugging features, making it ideal for both casual players and developers. In addition to accuracy and developer capabilities, SameBoy has all the features one would expect from an emulator – from save states to scaling filters. SameBoy…

Fill Ubuntu Console With Hollywood Melodrama Technobabble

Want to make your Ubuntu look like a busy-looking console? Hollywood is a utility that will split your console into a multiple panes of genuine technobabble, perfectly suitable for any Hollywood geek melodrama. It is particularly suitable on any number of computer consoles in the background of any excellent schlock technothriller. Hollywood is open source software, created by Dustin Kirkland in 2014 and has been used by NBC News, on Saturday Night Live, in cybersecurity commercials for Experian, Full Frontal by Samantha Bee, Map Men, and magazine articles such as…

Internet Radio Player Shortwave 1.0 Released (Howto Install)

Shortwave, an internet radio player desktop application for Linux, released its first stable version 1.0 today. Here’s how to install it in Ubuntu 18.04 and higher. Shortwave is a new desktop radio app for Linux built with Rust. It provides access to a station database with over 25,000 stations. It features: Create your own library where you can add your favourite stations Easily search and discover new radio stations Automatic recognition of songs, with the possibility to save them individually Responsive application layout, compatible for small and large screens Play…