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Is there any tool equivalent to the option “Save for Web” present in IrfanView or Photoshop in Gimp for Linux?

In Debian based distros you need to install the package gimp-plugin-registry and In CentOS the package is called gimp-save-for-web. Of course you need to install Gimp first.

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Is there any tool to validate HTML code in Linux?

Yes, certainly. You can download tidy (the HTML syntax checker).

Once downloaded you run it from the command line

$ tidy -e page.html

The above line will just display errors or warnings if any

$ tidy page.html

The above line will display any error or warning and the full HTML page as well

$ tidy -modify page.html

The above line will modify the original input file with a fixed version of it.

For more options, run – of course –$ man tidy.

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I don`t want to use systemd, which Linux distributions do not use it?

Sure, you can use any of the below

  • Knoppix
  • Devuan
  • Gentoo
  • Slackware
  • Solus

For a comprehensive list, please see

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Is there any tool i n Linux to dump the system memory?

Yes, you can grab Linux Memory Grabber from GitHub instead of trying to read directly to /dev/mem or develop yourself a program. Keep in mind that is impossible to read all RAM and not modify at least a tiny part of it while doing so.