I got this command which enables me to shutdown Ubuntu 13.10 directly from the keyboard (without needing to open a terminal and running something like sudo shutdown -h now): dbus-send --system ...
#!/bin/sh ( time=$( zenity --scale --min-value=0 --max-value=20 --text="Pls Select Time in(s)") ) && sleep $time && xset dpms force off I wanted to turn off display after n seconds, ...
I am having a problem writing a script for 'zenity.' My intention is to have a comment selected randomly from a list and then displayed on the screen for the user to see. To be honest, I would like ...
I tried to use a zenity progress bar with cclive. I'm writting a script to download web videos files and I wanna see the progression of the download. But when I try something like $cclive ...
I try to open a file in gedit with the file-selection option of zenity. It's very easy to do it for file that i can access in normal mode, but I wanna open too some configuration files (as for exemple ...
I would like to include a zenity progress bar for this part of my script: zenity --question --title "GUI" --text "Sync Music to iPad?" if [[ $? == 0 ]] ; then scp -r "$FOLDER" ...