If you own a Mac and frequently rip audio from streaming content on the internet, then you’ve probably already heard of Audio Hijack. The majority of times I used Audio Hijack was for ripping audio from YouTube videos such as this one. I’ll show you how to download YouTube videos in FLV format, then rip the audio from those videos and save them as an MP3 file, all on Ubuntu.
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Thankfully a silly puffer fish exists in the form of an awesome Mac OS application. It’s called Fugu, and it’s about to make your life a hell of a lot easier.
Fugu allows you to easily connect to your Ubuntu machine (via SSH) from home (like a home network) or while you’re away.
I’ll show you how to combine the power of open-ssh with Fugu to create an Ubuntu/OS X bond that would make Neo weep with pride.