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= "" ] ;do DL=`conky Deluge |grep Downloading`# echo "not yet"sleep 10done#gtk warning#zenity --info --text="computer will shutdown in 20 seconds"#sleep 20#GTK warning better version#wait time = 100 x 0.2 = 20(for a in `seq 1 100` ; do echo $a; sleep 0.2; done) | zenity --auto-close --auto-kill --progress --text=" Shutting down\n click cancel to stop" --title="Shutdown"#echo now shutdownhaltand save it as I use this to automatically copy/extract anything within a directory (I use the series label to move them to a different spot) into a sync folder.

If you use this, your SOURCE folder needs to have a subdirectory.#!

v=G8Aw2zz BE-g Useful documentation:anti X-FAQ Live boot menu options Detailed guide to anti X-live MX/anti X wiki MX Users Manual Donate: If you would like to help out with the development of anti X by donating money, go here.

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Get files from here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/antix-linux/files/Testing/anti X-17/ anticapitalista, 18 August 2017, Thessaloniki 29 July 2017 anti X-17-b2-full available for public testing One month on from the release of beta1, we are ready to test out beta2. Installer now prompts for keyboard set up at the beginning rather than near the end. As usual anti X comes in 3 flavours for both 32 and 64 bit processors. Just enough to get you connected (wired) and ready to build. Install it to hard drive, run it live from a stick or run as a frugal install on a partition.

Hopefully we managed to fix some of the problems identified in beta 1 such as automatic connection to ethernet on live device and installed to hard drive. This *should* work much better for those who want/need multi-language support. anti X-full (c700MB) -4 windows managers - Ice WM(default), fluxbox, jwm and herbstluftwm anti X-base (c520MB) -3 windows managers - fluxbox(default), jwm and herbstluftwm anti X-core-libre (c200MB) - no X. Great Live USB features: o fast boot times without systemd (X in under 10 seconds on new boxes running live) o auto-customizable bootloaders (legacy and uefi) o easy persistence and easy frugal installs o remasters and respins o legacy and 32-bit uefi and 64-bit uefi For more detailed information, see release notes for anti X-16 below.

-eq 0 ; then touch .done/$ else touch $ERROR-$ fi fidonefor mark in $(ls -1 $.done)do if

v=G8Aw2zz BE-g Useful documentation:anti X-FAQ Live boot menu options Detailed guide to anti X-live MX/anti X wiki MX Users Manual Donate: If you would like to help out with the development of anti X by donating money, go here.Pay Pal-Euros Pay Pal-US Dollars Added on 21 January 2015.Get files from here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/antix-linux/files/Testing/anti X-17/ anticapitalista, 18 August 2017, Thessaloniki 29 July 2017 anti X-17-b2-full available for public testing One month on from the release of beta1, we are ready to test out beta2. Installer now prompts for keyboard set up at the beginning rather than near the end. As usual anti X comes in 3 flavours for both 32 and 64 bit processors. Just enough to get you connected (wired) and ready to build. Install it to hard drive, run it live from a stick or run as a frugal install on a partition.Hopefully we managed to fix some of the problems identified in beta 1 such as automatic connection to ethernet on live device and installed to hard drive. This *should* work much better for those who want/need multi-language support. anti X-full (c700MB) -4 windows managers - Ice WM(default), fluxbox, jwm and herbstluftwm anti X-base (c520MB) -3 windows managers - fluxbox(default), jwm and herbstluftwm anti X-core-libre (c200MB) - no X. Great Live USB features: o fast boot times without systemd (X in under 10 seconds on new boxes running live) o auto-customizable bootloaders (legacy and uefi) o easy persistence and easy frugal installs o remasters and respins o legacy and 32-bit uefi and 64-bit uefi For more detailed information, see release notes for anti X-16 below.-eq 0 ; then touch .done/$ else touch $ERROR-$ fi fidonefor mark in $(ls -1 $.done)do if ! /bin/bashtorrentid= ! /bin/bashtorrentid=$1torrentname=$2torrentpath=$3title="Deluge: Torrent Downloaded" message="Torrent: $torrentname, updating library"xbmc-send -a "Notification($title, $message)"xbmc-send -a "Update Library(video)"#!

torrentname=torrentpath=title="Deluge: Torrent Downloaded" message="Torrent: $torrentname, updating library"xbmc-send -a "Notification($title, $message)"xbmc-send -a "Update Library(video)"#!

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/bin/bashtorrentid=$1torrentname=$2torrentpath=$3title="Deluge: Torrent Downloaded" message="Torrent: $torrentname, updating library"xbmc-send -a "Notification($title, $message)"xbmc-send -a "Update Library(video)"This is something I want to add into my Deluge/xbmc set up.anti X MX series has a separate development schedule to anti X.At the moment anti X-16.2 "Berta Cáceres" comes as a full distro (c695MB), a base distro (c510MB) and a core-libre distro (c190MB) for 32 bit and 64 bit computers.anti X offers users the "anti X Magic" in an environment suitable for old and new computers. The goal of anti X is to provide a light, but fully functional and flexible free operating system for both newcomers and experienced users of Linux. anti X can also be used as a fast-booting rescue cd.It should run on most computers, ranging from 256MB old PIII systems with pre-configured swap to the latest powerful boxes. Special XFCE editions made in collaboration with the MEPIS Community called MX-15 "Fusion" (released 24 December 2015) and MX-14 "Symbiosis" (released March 24, 2014) are also available.This is pretty wonky, so my solution is, whenever a file finishes downloading, restart the PS3MS service, but only if the PS3 isn't connected. Popen(["grep", ":5001"], stdin=p1.stdout, stdout=subprocess. PIPE)if os.waitpid(p2.pid, 0)[1]:# print "restarting PS3M" pstop = subprocess. Popen(["/etc/init.d/PS3Media Server", "start"], stdout=subprocess. PIPE) os.waitpid(pstart.pid,0)# print "PS3M restarted"#else:# print "connections found"The next two scripts work together...

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/bin/bashtorrentid=$1torrentname=$2torrentpath=$3title="Deluge: Torrent Downloaded" message="Torrent: $torrentname, updating library"xbmc-send -a "Notification($title, $message)"xbmc-send -a "Update Library(video)"This is something I want to add into my Deluge/xbmc set up.

anti X MX series has a separate development schedule to anti X.

At the moment anti X-16.2 "Berta Cáceres" comes as a full distro (c695MB), a base distro (c510MB) and a core-libre distro (c190MB) for 32 bit and 64 bit computers.

anti X offers users the "anti X Magic" in an environment suitable for old and new computers. The goal of anti X is to provide a light, but fully functional and flexible free operating system for both newcomers and experienced users of Linux. anti X can also be used as a fast-booting rescue cd.

It should run on most computers, ranging from 256MB old PIII systems with pre-configured swap to the latest powerful boxes. Special XFCE editions made in collaboration with the MEPIS Community called MX-15 "Fusion" (released 24 December 2015) and MX-14 "Symbiosis" (released March 24, 2014) are also available.

This is pretty wonky, so my solution is, whenever a file finishes downloading, restart the PS3MS service, but only if the PS3 isn't connected. Popen(["grep", ":5001"], stdin=p1.stdout, stdout=subprocess. PIPE)if os.waitpid(p2.pid, 0)[1]:# print "restarting PS3M" pstop = subprocess. Popen(["/etc/init.d/PS3Media Server", "start"], stdout=subprocess. PIPE) os.waitpid(pstart.pid,0)# print "PS3M restarted"#else:# print "connections found"The next two scripts work together...

torrentname=torrentpath=title="Deluge: Torrent Downloaded" message="Torrent: $torrentname, updating library"xbmc-send -a "Notification($title, $message)"xbmc-send -a "Update Library(video)"This is something I want to add into my Deluge/xbmc set up.

anti X MX series has a separate development schedule to anti X.

At the moment anti X-16.2 "Berta Cáceres" comes as a full distro (c695MB), a base distro (c510MB) and a core-libre distro (c190MB) for 32 bit and 64 bit computers.

anti X offers users the "anti X Magic" in an environment suitable for old and new computers. The goal of anti X is to provide a light, but fully functional and flexible free operating system for both newcomers and experienced users of Linux. anti X can also be used as a fast-booting rescue cd.

It should run on most computers, ranging from 256MB old PIII systems with pre-configured swap to the latest powerful boxes. Special XFCE editions made in collaboration with the MEPIS Community called MX-15 "Fusion" (released 24 December 2015) and MX-14 "Symbiosis" (released March 24, 2014) are also available.

This is pretty wonky, so my solution is, whenever a file finishes downloading, restart the PS3MS service, but only if the PS3 isn't connected. Popen(["grep", ":5001"], stdin=p1.stdout, stdout=subprocess. PIPE)if os.waitpid(p2.pid, 0)[1]:# print "restarting PS3M" pstop = subprocess. Popen(["/etc/init.d/PS3Media Server", "start"], stdout=subprocess. PIPE) os.waitpid(pstart.pid,0)# print "PS3M restarted"#else:# print "connections found"The next two scripts work together...