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Boxes

Boxes is a configurable program and text filter which can draw ASCII art boxes around its input text in a Linux terminal. It comes with a number of pre-configured box designs in example config file. It comes with several command-line options and supports regular expression substitutions on input text. You can use it to: draws …

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Browsh

Browsh is a small, modern text based browser that play videos and render anything that a modern browser can, in TTY terminal environments. It supports HTML5, CSS3, JS, video as well as WebGL. It is a bandwidth-saver, designed to run on a remote server and accessed via SSH/Mosh or the in-browser HTML service so as …

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Googler

Googler is a full-featured Python-based command line tool for accessing Google (Web & News) and Google Site Search within the Linux terminal. It is fast and clean with custom colors and no ads, stray URLs or clutter included. It supports navigation of search result pages from omniprompt. In addition, it supports fetching of number of …

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mpg123 – Audio Player and Decoder

The mpg123 player is a free and opensource fast console-based audio player and decoder written in C language. It is tailored for both Windows & Unix/Linux systems. Let’s take a look at some of the key features: Gapless playback of mp3 audio files.Built-in terminal shortcuts.Supports many platforms ( Windows, Linux, BSD and macOS ).Multiple Audio …

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Musikcube

Musikcube is another free and opensource terminal-based music player that leverages a collection of plugins written in C++ to provide functionality such as data streaming, digital signal processing, output handling and so much more. Musikcube is a cross-platform music player that can even run on Raspberry Pi. It uses the SQLite database for storing playlist …

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