Is there any software that keeps track of the content of USB Devices I connect to my System? I have several (~15) USB-Sticks and I can't remember were I put certain files/pictures etc. Using Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 64bit.
Is there a way to do this? We have a standalone system and backup/ import files via USB thumb drives and other storage devices. I would like to track/log what files or programs have been accessed and copied to the USB drives. The OS on the computer is Windows 7 Pro.
I know that the Apollo music player can perform the "next track" command when requested by external programs, e.g. when connected to bluetooth devices, or when I use the "Media Button Overlay"-app. But now I would like to use utter! to do this, but I haven't found a way to configure utter!. I can configure utter! to run any command, but I do not know a command to send the "next track" command.
Samsung introduced S Health last year on the Galaxy S 4. so it’s no surprise that it showed up on the Galaxy S 5. The difference this year isn’t so much the app, but the marketing behind it. This year, health and fitness is a big part of the Galaxy S 5 since it also works in conjunction with the Gear devices.
Who’s running Ubuntu — and why? You can find the answers in our WorksWithU 1000 survey and associated research report — which will ultimately track 1000 businesses, schools, government agencies and non-profit organizations running Ubuntu servers, desktops and mobile devices. Here’s some background.