I use the very excellent Calibre to make my ebooks accessible to all of my devices anywhere I am. It has a very useful server component that many ebook readers can use to download content. What I was missing was a way to automatically start/stop calibre-server. For that,I put together this rc script for Arch Linux.
A while back I created a set of scripts to upload files to SmugMug using php. I have recently rewritten that uploader and made it available on BitBucket. It should work almost exactly the same but it is generally better organized.
I switched from pianobar to Pithos as pianobar didn’t work as well with conky as I would have liked. The script below lets me get information from Pithos that I can use in pianobar.
I have updated the SmugMug uploaders I released previously to include the latest version of phpSmug as well as making the uploader only look at image files. In the not too distant future, I hope to add video files. Download the package
The title for this sucks. But that is because it isn’t easy to concisely describe (in a title fashion) what the script does. Imagine you have a lot of pictures from a photo shoot in both tif and jpg formats. You pick out the jpgs you want to keep and delete the rest. You still […]