App List

Anki

"Anki is a program which makes remembering things easy. Because it's a lot more efficient than traditional study methods, you can either greatly decrease your time spent studying, or greatly increase the amount you learn. Anyone who needs to remember things in their daily life can benefit from Anki. Since it is content-agnostic and supports images, audio, videos and scientific markup (via LaTeX), the possibilities are endless."

Installing Anki

1. Click here to Download Anki.

2. Double click the downloaded “deb” file and click “install”.

To-Do After Installing Anki

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Useful Anki Add-ons

  1. Download From Quizlet Image Import Supported
  2. Memrise Course Importer

Installing Anki Add-ons

1. Go to the add-on’s webpage and copy the add-on code:
Installing Anki Add-ons

2. Run Anki, go to “Tools > Add-ons > Browse and Install...” . Paste the code in the “code” textbox and click on “OK”:
Installing Anki Add-ons

3. Anki will download the addon and ask you to restart it. So, close and run Anki. You will find your addon in the “Tools” menu:
Installing Anki Add-ons

4. If you would like to remove any addon, you can navigate to “Tools > Add-ons > addon-name > delete”

Troubleshooting Anki

Privoox has not encountered any problems while using Anki. Please report your problems or solutions in the wiki. Let's work together to make Linux easy for everybody.

GoldenDict

"A feature-rich dictionary lookup program, supporting multiple dictionary formats (StarDict/Babylon/Lingvo/Dictd) and online dictionaries, featuring perfect article rendering with the complete markup, illustrations and other content retained, and allowing you to type in words without any accents or correct case."

Installing GoldenDict

Run the following commands to install GoldenDict:

# sudo apt-get update
# sudo apt-get install goldendict

To-Do After Installing GoldenDict

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Installing Third-Party Dictionaries

1. Many types of dictionaries are supported by GoldenDict. For example, there is a huge list of free Babylon “bgl” dictionaries here.

2. Download a dictionary file and put them in a specific folder:
Installing GoldenDict Dictionaries

3. Run GoldenDict, go to “Edit > Dictionaries...”, add the directory where you saved your dictionary files then click on “OK”:

Moo:When you add more dictionaries in the same directory, just come back to the same settings again and click on “Rescan now” then click on “OK”.
Installing GoldenDict Dictionaries

4. You can use your dictionary now. You may disable or enable it as it is indicated by the red arrow below:
Installing GoldenDict Dictionaries

Troubleshooting GoldenDict

Privoox has not encountered any problems while using GoldenDict. Please report your problems or solutions in the wiki. Let's work together to make Linux easy for everybody.