#!/bin/bash

#!/login
#!/register

Updated Project: dd progress wrapper 2

Added by blindcoder at Fri Feb 4 15:15:35 UTC 2011

About: This is a shellscript that wraps the call to dd(1) on GNU/Linux systems.
It uses dd’s builtin functionality to display the amount of read and written blocks when receiving a USR1 signal to display a nice progress indicator showing bytes read, bytes written, bytes read per second and bytes written per second.
The wrapper also takes into account the conversion rate the user specified (base 10 for kB, MB, GB, etc; and base 2 for k, M, G, etc) instead of always using base 10 and rounding the result up.

Changes: Add an ETA display. Display of bytes read/written will now only go to MB, not GB/EB/PB.

[more]

Category Homepage Download Wiki
tool dd.sh (application/x-sh) ddprogress

Updated Project: Podcatcher script 1.7.7

Added by heema at Mon Sep 6 18:08:58 UTC 2010

About: This is a podcatcher script that will prompt you to either download or listen (stream) to the latest podcasts and it will remember the podcasts that you have downloaded so that you only listen to the new shows

you must first make a text file in the main directory and name the text file podlist.txt

Usage: podster [OPTIONS]

Options are:
-a, --archive Copies the podcasts to a specified location
-n, --podcast_number Specify the number of podcast per each stream to be downloaded
-C, --config Specifiy a file which contains variables that will override the default values
-m, --manage_feeds Lets you add , delete and check the status of the feeds
-c, --clean Delete the podcasts and playlist
-p, --play Play the playlist
-d, --download Downloads automatically new podcasts
-f, --full-catalogue Adds the previous podcasts to your history without downloading them
-h, --help Display this text and exit
Examples:
podster -n 1 Will download the latest podcasts
podster -n 1 -d Will download the latest podcasts without confirmation


Dependencies : wget , awk , sed , xmlstarlet or xsltproc



Any feedback please send me an email: heematux at gmail dot com





Changes:

[more]

Category Homepage Download Wiki
internet http://sites.google.com/site/heematux/ podster.sh (application/x-sh) podster

New Project: PulseAudio IO Device Selector 1

Added by blindcoder at Wed Jun 23 16:20:16 UTC 2010

About: This script displays a GUI for selecting an input and output device (independent) for PulseAudio using pactl/pacmd and zenity.
Since PADevChooser is unable to read the list of available devices, I created this script.
Just start it, it auto-detects all available audio devices and prompts you to select one.

[more]

Category Homepage Download Wiki
tool pulseaudioioselector.sh (application/x-sh) pulseaudioioselector

Updated Project: Podcatcher script 1.6.3

Added by heema at Sat Mar 6 01:51:33 UTC 2010

About: This is a podcatcher script that will prompt you to either download or listen (stream) to the latest podcasts and it will remember the podcasts that you have downloaded so that you only listen to the new shows

you must first make a text file in the main directory and name the text file podlist.txt

Usage: podster [OPTIONS]

Options are:
-a, --archive Copies the podcasts to a specified location
-n, --podcast_number Specify the number of podcast per each stream to be downloaded
-C, --config Specifiy a file which contains variables that will override the default values
-m, --manage_feeds Lets you add , delete and check the status of the feeds
-c, --clean Delete the podcasts and playlist
-p, --play Play the playlist
-d, --download Downloads automatically new podcasts
-f, --full-catalogue Adds the previous podcasts to your history without downloading them
-h, --help Display this text and exit
Examples:
podster -n 1 Will download the latest podcasts
podster -n 1 -d Will download the latest podcasts without confirmation


Dependencies : wget , awk , sed , xmlstarlet or xsltproc



Any feedback please send me an email: heematux at gmail dot com





Changes:

[more]

Category Homepage Download Wiki
internet http://sites.google.com/site/heematux/ podster.sh (application/x-sh) podster

Updated Project: Podcatcher script 1.6.2

Added by heema at Tue Nov 17 00:12:46 UTC 2009

About: This is a podcatcher script that will prompt you to either download or listen (stream) to the latest podcasts and it will remember the podcasts that you have downloaded so that you only listen to the new shows

you must first make a text file in the main directory and name the text file podlist.txt

Usage: podster [OPTIONS]

Options are:
-a, --archive Copies the podcasts to a specified location
-n, --podcast_number Specify the number of podcast per each stream to be downloaded
-C, --config Specifiy a file which contains variables that will override the default values
-m, --manage_feeds Lets you add , delete and check the status of the feeds
-c, --clean Delete the podcasts and playlist
-p, --play Play the playlist
-d, --download Downloads automatically new podcasts
-f, --full-catalogue Adds the previous podcasts to your history without downloading them
-h, --help Display this text and exit
Examples:
podster -n 1 Will download the latest podcasts
podster -n 1 -d Will download the latest podcasts without confirmation


Dependencies : wget , awk , sed , xmlstarlet or xsltproc



Any feedback please send me an email: heematux at gmail dot com





Changes: bug fixes detecting the file name of torrent files

[more]

Category Homepage Download Wiki
internet http://sites.google.com/site/heematux/ podster.sh (application/octet-stream) podster

Updated Project: Podcatcher script 1.6.1

Added by heema at Wed Oct 7 01:59:33 UTC 2009

About: This is a podcatcher script that will prompt you to either download or listen (stream) to the latest podcasts and it will remember the podcasts that you have downloaded so that you only listen to the new shows

you must first make a text file in the main directory and name the text file podlist.txt

Usage: podster [OPTIONS]

Options are:
-a, --archive Copies the podcasts to a specified location
-n, --podcast_number Specify the number of podcast per each stream to be downloaded
-C, --config Specifiy a file which contains variables that will override the default values
-m, --manage_feeds Lets you add , delete and check the status of the feeds
-c, --clean Delete the podcasts and playlist
-p, --play Play the playlist
-d, --download Downloads automatically new podcasts
-f, --full-catalogue Adds the previous podcasts to your history without downloading them
-h, --help Display this text and exit
Examples:
podster -n 1 Will download the latest podcasts
podster -n 1 -d Will download the latest podcasts without confirmation


Dependencies : wget , awk , sed , xmlstarlet or xsltproc



Any feedback please send me an email: heematux at gmail dot com





Changes:

[more]

Category Homepage Download Wiki
internet http://sites.google.com/site/heematux/ podster.sh (application/x-sh) podster

Updated Project: Podcatcher script 1.6

Added by heema at Mon Jul 13 20:17:41 UTC 2009

About: This is a podcatcher script that will prompt you to either download or listen (stream) to the latest podcasts and it will remember the podcasts that you have downloaded so that you only listen to the new shows

you must first make a text file in the main directory and name the text file podlist.txt

Usage: podster [OPTIONS]

Options are:
-a, --archive Copies the podcasts to a specified location
-n, --podcast_number Specify the number of podcast per each stream to be downloaded
-C, --config Specifiy a file which contains variables that will override the default values
-m, --manage_feeds Lets you add , delete and check the status of the feeds
-c, --clean Delete the podcasts and playlist
-p, --play Play the playlist
-d, --download Downloads automatically new podcasts
-f, --full-catalogue Adds the previous podcasts to your history without downloading them
-h, --help Display this text and exit
Examples:
podster -n 1 Will download the latest podcasts
podster -n 1 -d Will download the latest podcasts without confirmation


Dependencies : wget , awk , sed , xmlstarlet or xsltproc



Any feedback please send me an email: heematux at gmail dot com





Changes:

[more]

Category Homepage Download Wiki
internet http://sites.google.com/site/heematux/ podster.sh (application/x-sh) podster

Updated Project: Podcatcher script 1.5

Added by heema at Mon Apr 27 00:35:36 UTC 2009

About: This is a podcatcher script that will prompt you to either download or listen (stream) to the latest podcasts and it will remember the podcasts that you have downloaded so that you only listen to the new shows

you must first make a text file in the main directory and name the text file podlist.txt

Usage: podster [OPTIONS]

Options are:
-a, --archive Copies the podcasts to a specified location
-n, --podcast_number Specify the number of podcast per each stream to be downloaded
-C, --config Specifiy a file which contains variables that will override the default values
-m, --manage_feeds Lets you add , delete and check the status of the feeds
-c, --clean Delete the podcasts and playlist
-p, --play Play the playlist
-d, --download Downloads automatically new podcasts
-f, --full-catalogue Adds the previous podcasts to your history without downloading them
-h, --help Display this text and exit
Examples:
podster -n 1 Will download the latest podcasts
podster -n 1 -d Will download the latest podcasts without confirmation


Dependencies : wget , awk , sed , xmlstarlet or xsltproc



Any feedback please send me an email: heematux at gmail dot com





Changes:

[more]

Category Homepage Download Wiki
internet http://sites.google.com/site/heematux/ podster.sh (application/x-shellscript) podster

New Project: Mutt MBox Splitter 0.1

Added by blindcoder at Mon Feb 23 08:29:40 UTC 2009

About: This script can split mbox files by date.
Simply pass it a start and enddate, a prefix and/or suffix and some mbox files.
It uses mutt to split the mbox files then.

[more]

Category Homepage Download Wiki
tool mutt_mbox_split.sh (application/x-sh) muttmboxsplit

Updated Project: Shell Aliases and functions for tor 9

Added by blindcoder at Sat Oct 6 07:26:03 UTC 2007

About: This script creates aliases and wrappers for network programs to direct them through the tor (the onion router) network for anonymity. Since 14th December 2005 this is especially useful in the EU. Just source this file from your ~/.bashrc (add the line ’. tor_aliases’) and continue to use your programs as usual.
Currently these commands (not program suites) are ’torified’:
- telnet
- ssh, scp (not slogin, sftp...)
- BitTorrent (the official one, written in python, not BitComet...)
- irssi
- everything that uses the HTTP_PROXY or http_proxy environment variables:
- KDE
- gpg
- wget
- curl
- svn






Changes: I wonder if I’ll ever learn that in bash ’lt’ does NOT mean ’larger than’.
This fixes torify_TCP and suppresses some unnecessary and distracting output.

[more]

Category Homepage Download Wiki
security tor_aliases_v9 (application/octet-stream) toraliases

Updated Project: Shell Aliases and functions for tor 8

Added by blindcoder at Mon Sep 3 07:01:11 UTC 2007

About: This script creates aliases and wrappers for network programs to direct them through the tor (the onion router) network for anonymity. Since 14th December 2005 this is especially useful in the EU. Just source this file from your ~/.bashrc (add the line ’. tor_aliases’) and continue to use your programs as usual.
Currently these commands (not program suites) are ’torified’:
- telnet
- ssh, scp (not slogin, sftp...)
- BitTorrent (the official one, written in python, not BitComet...)
- irssi
- everything that uses the HTTP_PROXY or http_proxy environment variables:
- KDE
- gpg
- wget
- curl
- svn






Changes: Yet another bugfix update: TransPort support appeared in Tor 0.1.2.14, not .24 (which doesn’t even exist at this time).
Also export HTTPS_PROXY.

Both are thanks to Jens Kubieziel. You Rock :-)

[more]

Category Homepage Download Wiki
security tor_aliases_v8 (application/octet-stream) toraliases