Sometimes installing gruntJS on Ubuntu can be problematic if your new to the command line in Ubuntu. The following commands can help you get started.
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Open Pics is an Open source application built for Linux and Windows, that allows its users to search free stock images from multiple Image sources including images under Creative Commons Zero license.
Download it here: https://github.com/lohanitech/openpics
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The Unity Tweak Tool is an essential tool for Ubuntu desktop. It allows you to customize a ton of UI features like Workspace Settings, Hotcorners, Scrolliong, Themes, Switchers, and Icons.
To install Unity Tweak, open terminal and run:
$ sudo install unity-tweak-tool
Depending on your Linux Distro, you may get an error that looks something like this:
The following schema is missing com.canonical.notify.osd
If this happens open terminal and run the following:
sudo apt-get install notify-osd sudo apt-get install overlay-scrollbar