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[News] Good Applications for GNU/Linux: Back In Time, Audio Editors

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Back In Time Does Full Linux Backups in One Click

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| Linux only: Back In Time, a Linux backup app inspired by Macs' Time Machine 
| and offering the same kind of no-worry, space-saving snapshot protection, is 
| worth adding to your must-install list.  
| Why? First off, the user interface and documentation at its home page beat 
| out similarly Time-Machine-inspired backup apps like previously mentioned 
| Flyback, at least for my money. Second, it's smart about being friendly with 
| non-developer Linux users—it rewrites all the rules of the underlying rsync 
| command in plain English in its settings, installs a "root" launching 
| shortcut for when you want to back up your core system files, and adds itself 
| to your cron automation engine automatically at the intervals you set it to, 
| no crontab -e or other terminal jobs required.       


10 Best Audio Editors for Linux

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| I’ve compiled a list of  some of the most useful Audio applications you can 
| download totally free of charge for Linux. 



Free/Open-source Digital Audio Editors

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| A digital audio editor is a computer application for audio editing or digital 
| audio manipulation. Usually, a digital audio editor allows the user to record 
| and edit audio, mix multiple sound sources/tracks, apply simple or advanced 
| effects or filters, playback sound, and convert different audio file formats 
| and different sound quality levels.    


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