System applications, "System Tools" such as log viewers or network monitors
cool-retro-term is a terminal emulator which tries to mimic the look and feel of the old cathode tube screens. It has been designed to be eye-candy, customizable, and reasonably lightweight.
Write an ISO or other image to multiple USB devices all at once. Easily preparing a bunch of flash drives of your favorite OS with just a couple of clicks.
- Supports USB 2 and 3 devices
- Use USB hubs for massively parallel writing
- Verify your image with the SHA256 or MD5 checksum
- Check the progress, speed, and success of each device while flashing
- Open ISO or IMG files from the app, or straight from your file manager
A tool to check operability of computer hardware and upload result to the Linux hardware database.
Probe — is a snapshot of your computer hardware state and system logs. The tool returns a permanent URL to view the probe of the computer.
The tool is intended to simplify collecting of logs necessary for investigating hardware related problems. Just ask user to run one simple command to collect all the system logs at once:
sudo hw-probe -all -upload
By creating probes you contribute to the HDD/SSD Real-Life Reliability Test study: https://github.com/linuxhw/SMART
Vifm is a curses based Vim-like file manager extended with some useful ideas from mutt. If you use Vim, Vifm gives you complete keyboard control over your files without having to learn a new set of commands. It goes not just about Vim like keybindings, but also about modes, options, registers, commands and other things you might already like in Vim.
Just like Vim, Vifm tries to adhere to the Unix philosophy. So instead of working solutions which are set in stone user is provided with a set of means for customization of Vifm to one's likings. Though builtin functionality should be enough for most of use cases.
wezterm is a terminal emulator with support for modern features such as fonts with ligatures, hyperlinks, tabs and multiple windows.