Install Avro (Bangla software) in ubuntu on terminal

I am using Avro since when I know about this awesome software, around 10-12 years. Maybe more than this. When I started Ubuntu, I am looking for avro for linux and here is the download link of official avro, you can download from here and install by following the instruction

OR

You can easily install Avro on Terminal buy follow below few lines of commands.

Step – 1:

Make sure you are in right directory and run these commands on your terminal

wget “https://github.com/maateen/avro/releases/download/v2.0/avro_2.0-1_all.deb”
sudo dpkg -i avro_2.0-1_all.deb

If you get any dependency error then run the following command

sudo apt-get install -f

Hope your install is done and all is well

Step – 2:
Now go to System Settings > Language Support from Unity Launcher Look at the Keyboard input method system Select IBus and close the window.

 

Now you need to restart IBus to make everything work fine. Try the following command:

ibus restart

After this a “reboot” is required. Now go to System Settings -> Keyboard -> Text Entry. Search and add Avro Phonetic as input source.

That’s all now press Super+Space to toggle the keyboard

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Photoshop like interface(Shortcuts & Icons) of GIMP on Ubuntu/Linux

I was a windows user and recently transfer to Linux (Ubuntu). I try GIMP on Ubuntu as an alternative of Photoshop, but facing some issues, bcoz the interface is not exactly like Photoshop and I need a quick solution. So, I google and find a GIMP Photoshop Tweaks and here it is..

and Here is the process how can you change your GIMP  default interface like Photoshop

0. Close GIMP, if it is open.
1. Download the Tweak File from Here
2. Keep a backup of your present GIMP configuration.
– just type below command on your terminal

mv ~/.gimp-2.8 ~/.gimp-2.8.backup

OR
– Go to the Home folder and press Ctrl+H (to view hidden files & folders).
– Find the folder named .gimp-2.8
– Rename .gimp-2.8 to .gimp-2.8.backup or wahtever you want

3. Extract the downloaded zip file in your Home folder. You will get a hidden folder named .gimp-2.8 with new configuration like Photoshop. (Press Ctrl+H to see the hidden folders/files.)
4. Now Open the GIMP and check out the toolbox, right side panel and interface..
5. If you are done and everything ok, then do a comment here and share this article, bcoz sharing is caring :p

 

N.B.: And if you don’t like/need Photoshop Like interface and want to roll back to the default GIMP Interface just type below command on your terminal

rm -r ~/.gimp-2.8

mv ~/.gimp-2.8.backup ~/.gimp-2.8

 

Thanks 🙂

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