nnn is a very fast file manager created to work seamlessly with desktop environments and GUI utilities. The ncurses based keyboard-driven terminal application should run smoothly on the Raspberry Pi, Termux on Android, Linux, macOS, BSD, Cygwin and WSL.
Need to download all images in an online album and don't want to click each image to save it to your computer? Try RipMe, a Java with both graphical and command line interfaces, to mass download images from various sources.
Termshark, a Wireshark-like terminal interface for TShark written in Go, was updated to version 2.0.0. This release includes support for dark mode, piped input, and stream reassembly, as well as performance optimizations that make the tool faster and more responsive.
Paperboy is a small, simple command line PDF management utility written in Haskell that's designed to help with downloaded PDF documents that don't have proper / discernible filenames. The tool uses the PDF metadata and content to offer suggestions for renaming the file, while also letting you open the PDF to check out its content before renaming it.
This release includes a new "Show All" view mode that shows pixels outside the canvas boundary, new "Image" transform type, and more. Also, images opened with GIMP will now default to 72 PPI when no explicit resolution is stored in the imported file.