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When it comes to downloading videos from Youtube, the first tool that most Linux users think of would be youtube-dl. Youtube-dl is actually a very powerful tool but many people prefer using tools with a graphic user interface, and the best video downloading application for Linux with a GUI in my opinion is ClibGrab. ClibGrab has many useful and interactive features with a very easy-to-use interface. Besides Youtube, ClipGrab also supports other popular video hosting sites, namely MyVideo.de, DailyMotion.com, Vimeo.com and MySpass.de. More than that, the new version of ClibGrab comes with the YouTube search function integrated so you can search for your favorite videos directly on ClibGrab, without going to youtube to copy-paste the url links as with the older versions. ClipGrab also has the converting options for you to choose the format and quality of the video.

 
Since it has a very intuitive interface, it’s very easy to use ClibGrab. You can either search for youtube video directly on ClipGrab or just copy-paste the video url into the link box, choose the desired video format and quality then just hit ” Grab this clip” and the downloading process will begin. ClipGrab will auto assign the name of the video to the video file name so it will be easier for you to manage your video library ( if you use youtube-dl, you will need to include the output option to change the name of the downloaded video file). ClipGrab also supports parallel download, means that you can download many videos at the same time. After the downloading finishes, there will be a notification appearing on the system tray.

If you use Arch Linuxhere is the AUR package for ClipGrab. If you use Ubuntu or other Debian-based distros, you can use the following commands to install ClipGrab:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:clipgrab-team/ppa 
sudo apt-get update 
sudo apt-get install clipgrab 
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PACKAGES

 

Every Go program is made up of packages.

Programs start running in package main.

This program is using the packages with import paths "fmt" and"math".

By convention, the package name is the same as the last element of the import path.

Example:

package main

import (
“fmt”
“math”
)

func main() {
fmt.Println(“Happy”, math.Pi, “Day”)
}

output :

Happy 3.141592653589793 Day

Welcome to a tour of the Go programming language.

The tour is divided into three sections. At the end of each section is a series of exercises for you to complete.

The tour is interactive. Click the Run button now (or type Shift-Enter) to compile and run the program on a remote server. The result is displayed below the code.

These example programs demonstrate different aspects of Go. The programs in the tour are meant to be starting points for your own experimentation.

Edit the program and run it again.

Whenever you’re ready to move on, click the Next button or type the PageDown key.

Example:

package main

import “fmt”

func main() {
fmt.Println(“Hello, 世界”)
}

output :

Hello, 世界

Whenever I open Run and type regedit and press enter a messageprompt appears saying Registry editing has been disabled by your administrator“.

Let’s see how can we fix it.Here i got 3 Methods to fix this Problem which i have collected them from Net.

Method 1:

You can use a simple UnHookExec.inf to enable registry editing.

1. Download UnHookExec.inf
2. Right click on the downloaded file and select install.

Method 2:

For enabling you can also use the remove restrictions tool(RRT) by Sergiwa.com, if the method 1 doesn’t work for you.

1. First Download Remove Restrictions Tool
2. Run and check the registry tools and click apply.

Method 3:

If the above two methods does not work for you , you can also try executing a small vbscript which I found on major geeks.

1. First Download EnableRegEdit.vbs
2. Double click on the downloaded file to enable registry editing.

I hope at least one of the above will help to fix the trouble.