Gitlab that stores scripts that can be added to antiX

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  • #136883
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    PPC

      As per @anticapitalista’s “request”, here is a gitlab page that stores some of my bash scripts, that add some functionality to antiX:
      https://gitlab.com/antix-contribs/ppc-antix-scripts

      The one that I’m currently proposing that can/should be added to antiX is the Conky Manager GUI, but all the scripts there are tiny and have their own use cases.

      Enjoy

      P.

      #136893
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      Brian Masinick

        As per @anticapitalista’s “request”, here is a gitlab page that stores some of my bash scripts, that add some functionality to antiX:
        https://gitlab.com/antix-contribs/ppc-antix-scripts

        The one that I’m currently proposing that can/should be added to antiX is the Conky Manager GUI, but all the scripts there are tiny and have their own use cases.

        Enjoy

        P.

        @PPC I clicked on your link; right now it’s returning a 404 status.

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        Brian Masinick

        #136908
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        PPC

          yes. I just checked it out. I hate git… by mistake I created the project as “private”, now it does not allow me to set it to “public”… I must be getting senile, or this damn thing is really hard to use 🙁

          EDIT: I just noticed- after trying to change the project to “public”, the project seems empty. What the…???

          P.

          • This reply was modified 3 weeks, 6 days ago by PPC.
          #136911
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          PPC

            Nope, sorry, I won’t go to the trouble of catching all my scripts and upload them all again.

            EDIT: I find git extremely crappy to use (at least the web interface, that I use). The files where just hidden. I copied them all to a “public” project:
            https://gitlab.com/antix-contribs/ppc-antix-scripts-public

            I find no valid reason at all for not being able to just turn a private project into public, in the drop-down box that *should* allow to do just that…

            P.

            • This reply was modified 3 weeks, 6 days ago by PPC.
            #136927
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            Robin

              Won’t go to re-collect and re-upload all my scripts. The project is closed for now.

              @PPC I tried to change the visibility status from private to public, but I have not sufficient permissions to do so. Seems only @Xecure can do this as the owner of the antix-comunity-contributions “organisation” at gitlab. So you’ll need to fork the private project you have created to a public one instead. No need for re-uploading all the content one by one, it is still present, visible to all members of the community projects.

              I find no valid reason at all for not being able to just turn a private project into public,

              You are not the project owner… It’s actually that simple as that. The respective fields are not changeable, neither for you nor for me.

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              #136948
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              Brian Masinick

                @PPC somebody fixed something; your stuff is showing up now! Congratulations on that!

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                rokytnji

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                  #137038
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                  PPC

                    I already made available most of my recent (and not so recent) finished ideas for scripts that can be useful.
                    I just uploaded https://gitlab.com/antix-contribs/ppc-antix-scripts-public/-/blob/main/copy_to that’s code that can be added to ZzzFM to add a new “Send to…” (or more correctly “Copy to…”) feature. It allows for an extremely fast and intuitive way (particularly to former Windows users) to copy local files to external drives, like flash-drives, etc.
                    To use it: open ZzzFM > Right click anywhere on the main part of the window, that displays Files and Folders > Right click on any entry of the contextual menu that’s not a sub-menu > Left click > “+ New” > “Command” > enter the name for the entry (ex: “Copy to…”) > Click “Ok” > enter (I recommend copying and pasting) the code of the script, omitting all commented lines > Click “Ok”
                    The new contextual menu entry should be available in ZzzFM.

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