I wrote a small script to make the usage of Krita source builds more comfortable for me on Ubuntu. It might be interesting for others as well, so I decided to share it. Along with the script comes a menu entry for it with file associations for all file types that Krita supports (kra, ora, […]


I created some thumbnailers for Krita (.kra), Gimp (.xcf), OpenRaster (.ora) and Adobe Photoshop (.psd) files and added them to my Ubuntu PPA as the package mmolch-thumbnailers. They use xcf2png, unzip and imagemagick behind the scenes and are used by most GTK based file managers (Nautilus, Nemo, PCManFM etc.) You can use the following line […]


Websites Dictionaries http://wadoku.de *THE* german dictionary. Practically all non-commercial programs make use of wadoku’s database nowadays if they offer some japanese-german translation. The database can be downloaded and freely used unless you incorporate it into a commercial product. http://www.csse.monash.edu.au/~jwb/cgi-bin/wwwjdic.cgi WWWJDIC is the dinosaur when it comes to online dictionaries. It’s quite extensive and offers a […]


I recently needed a JSON implementation to serve as a transport layer for RPC for a project I am working on at the moment and JSON.net doesn’t work with the Mono-version that comes bundled with Unity and would be absolute overkill for my purposes. So I wrote my own small JSON “library”. Well, calling it […]


GEncfsM 1.8.9 is quite an amazing update when comparing to 1.8.8 and has some really nice additions and lots of bug-fixes. It is now possible to save the password in the keyring when creating stashes and it allows persistent mount directories. Also does it now show a notification when un-mounting fails (if notify-send is installed), […]


I use this script to compile Qt-Projects on Linux through wine. When executed without any arguments it spawns a shell that has the most important build-commands wrapped to call the ones installed in wine. windev


This small script generates a small Qt project and compiles / executes the target executable. qtrun


I use this script to install all the software I need after a fresh installation of Ubuntu


This is the script that I use to keep my Ubuntu-machines up-to-date. The main advantage is that it automatically removes old kernels, which is something that the default graphical update-utility does not. Also does it clean the cache and removes automatically installed unused packages.


Process files Process a file line-by-line Spawn a terminal CGI


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