Reading a manga or, generally, a book in paper may be cumbersome because of its weight. To solve it, you can scan your book and make it an e-book („scanbook“) to use it in your e-book reader. Here’s how to compile the scans into a usable e-book.Continue reading „Create e-book from scans“
Ubisoft refuses to acknowledge Linux OS’s as a platform for gaming so they don’t port their software to Linux. But it’s 2020 and the Internet’s mighty FOSS developers made big progress in place of Ubisoft. There are Wine and Lutris and the combination of these makes it possible to play even Assassin’s Creed Odyssey on Ubuntu.Continue reading „Uplay on Ubuntu“
After doing a clean install of Ubuntu 18.04 in May 2018 and installing HPLIP software to be able to print on my Hewlet Packard LaserJet Pro MFP M125nw printer, printing worked correctly. Then it got broken by causes unknown to me in June and I had to fix it. This, however, didn’t go without complications.
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Command line processing of multipage book-type scanned documents with ImageMagick. Continue reading „Crop and split book scan in 3 commands“
Stick this on the wall to always have a cheat-sheet on how to pack/list/unpack gz, bz2, tar.gz, tar.bz2, tgz, tbz2 or zip file under Unix (Linux/MacOS/whatever).
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