Here are some small hacks I've made. Rember that some might get updated, other might not.
ALL hacks are licenced under the GNU GPL v3.
This lite nifty one (well it aint that great) is my first lisp hack ever :)
I was supriced that i got i working at all (well i did look at other lisp like it)
It does what is is suposed to do, show in you current channel what you are playing in xmms
(by calling xmmsctrl title). also support for inserting in current buffer by calling xmmsctrl-insert.
A bash script that either takes argument one ($1) or an input as a process name to find all pids for.
Well it ai'nt that wonder full but some one might like it. i wrote it to test out an idea.
A well is puts text (or erase) on an L.I.S LCD, well you know thouse grey/black LCD's withs is not working with lcdproc and lcd4linux.
I'm really happy i got it working at all :)
A script i use on some systems to build the Linux kernel, automagic detection of kernel version and arch.
the grub / lilo part it wont touch that is left for you to fix.
read the script for more information.
Download's the rss from slashdot and shows some news
in the console.
shows if an list of host's is online.
ex: ./pingsweep.sh foo bar biz baaz
tries to figure out the mac of a host (as a normal user).
ex: find-mac HOST
connects to a hddtemp daemon and prints the hdd temps.
ex of output:
/dev/hda MAXTOR 6L040J2 44C
/dev/hdc ST3120026A 32C
/dev/hdd Maxtor 6L160P0 33C
Same as the perl version but faster.