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Hey Guys and Girls

I have been writing a little system script and have finally got to a point where i want to release it to you all

Uploaded it to my own site so i can see how many downloads it gets

Thanks

please feel free to download it and let others know about it

Download Here: http://www.haggistech.co.uk/downloads/download.php?file=stats-V1.0.tar.gz

stats-V1.0.png

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First off, I really like the script! You have done a really great job with it.

I have a suggestion, though. If you plan on continuing development, you might consider putting it on github. That will allow other contributors to more easily get involved and both developers and users to see a concrete changelog. A more succinct changelog and readme might also be helpful. If you want a template for a much more complex BASH script that is already on github and implements both a changelog and readme, check out the github page for Minecraft Server Manager. (Although MSM's changelog and readme are in markdown format, you don't necessarily have to do that. In fact, most open-source projects implement their documentation in plain text. Download the apt-build source code, for example, and take a look at debian/changelog and debian/README.Debian to see an example of more standard formatting.)

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Cool thanks

yeah i plan on continuing development so will look at github :)

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I tried this earlier Haggis under Fedora 18 Beta with Razor-QT as DE and for some reason I couldn't get it to work. Will try it again in a few when I reboot.

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Great job Haggis! This is great! One thing tho: How could I make a text based logo? I'd really like the Kubuntu logo, like this:

http://cloudfront.om...ogo-kubuntu.png or http://www.google.co...:0,i:100&surl=1

rather than the vanilla Ubuntu logo. :) Thanks!

I used jp2a to create the ascii-art logos. You can create one from the first logo you linked to as follows:


sudo apt-get install jp2a
wget http://cloudfront.omgubuntu.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/logo-kubuntu.png
convert logo-kubuntu.png logo-kubuntu.jpg
# Resize your terminal window to reflect the approximate of the ascii-art drawing you want to create.
jp2a logo-kubuntu.jpg > logo-kubuntu.txt
cat logo-kubuntu.txt # This command is optional if you don't need to see the image in terminal.
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Cool thanks

yeah i plan on continuing development so will look at github :)

If you haven't ever used git before, I suggest that you take a look at github's Introduction to Git tutorial. It is very good, in my opinion, and explains everything you will need to know to start using git.

Edit: What happened? I thought the post editor merged successive posts by the same user if they were made relatively quickly. I can still edit both posts, but even if I merge them I will still have a useless post immediately below the merged one since I can't delete posts!

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45 Downloads so far :)

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ok i updated it a little as it was not always picking up Debian and not always Mate and Unity

Unity:

unity.png

Fedora and Openbox

fedopenbox.png

Fedora and Gnome

fedgnome.png

Fedora and LXDE

fedlxde.png

Mint and Mate

mintmate.png

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Updated: same link as previously

changelog included

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I'm no Linux pro, but when I type sh stats.sh, I get this:


stats.sh: 59: stats.sh: function: not found
[/CODE]

I put the bash file in my home directory.

Edit: Ok, now I'm getting this:

[CODE]
stats.sh: 59: stats.sh: function: not found
grep: .local/share/Trash/files/.Xauthority: Permission denied
grep: .fluxbox: Permission denied
grep: .screenlayout/davidsetup1.sh: Permission denied

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.;::::::::::::::'.':::;.
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...''''...


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,g$$P$$ $$$Y$$.$.
,$$P` `$$$.
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d$$` ,$P$` . $$$
$$P d$` , $$P
$$: $$. - ,d$$`
$$; Y$b._ _,d$P`
Y$$. .`$Y$$$$P$`
`$$b $-.__
`Y$$b
`Y$$.
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`Y$$b.
`$Y$b._
`$$$$

stats.sh: 184: stats.sh: function: not found
Screenshot being taken.....Smile!!
Screenshot Saved as /home/david/Screenshot_20121223.0855.png
stats.sh: 193: stats.sh: function: not found
grep: .local/share/Trash/files/.Xauthority: Permission denied
grep: .fluxbox: Permission denied
grep: .screenlayout/davidsetup1.sh: Permission denied
stats.sh: 213: stats.sh: function: not found
stats.sh: 234: stats.sh: function: not found
stats.sh: 261: stats.sh: function: not found
stats.sh: 293: [: cinnamon: unexpected operator
stats.sh: 296: [: cinnamon: unexpected operator
stats.sh: 324: stats.sh: function: not found
stats.sh: 326: stats.sh: Syntax error: "}" unexpected
[/CODE]

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I will have a look

did you edit the file because the screenshot bit is not enabled in the file i uploaded and i redownloaded it and checked and still not enabled

I have installed Cinnamon and dont get any errors

anyone else getting this?

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yeah to run it cd into the Directory its in and do ./stats.sh

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I tried the above, and I get a blinking cursor. And no, I didn't edit it.

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Just for giggles tossed the script onto one of my servers. (Don't laugh at the specs, it's an old first gen Proliant rackmount ML370.. dual P3's and 1GB memory, whee.. I hate throwing stuff away.) This particular one is Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, no X or a DE. Just passing on a couple of errors to you Haggis.

./stats.sh: line 240: xdpyinfo: command not found
./stats.sh: line 311: mate-session: command not found


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			  ...''''...


			  _,met$$$$$gg.
		   ,g$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$P.
		 ,g$$P$$	   $$$Y$$.$.
		,$$P`			  `$$$.
	   ,$$P	   ,ggs.	 `$$b:
	   d$$`	 ,$P$`   .	$$$
	   $$P	  d$`	 ,	$$P
	   $$:	  $$.   -	,d$$`
	   $$;	  Y$b._   _,d$P`
	   Y$$.	 .`$Y$$$$P$`
	   `$$b	  $-.__
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		 `Y$$.
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			 `Y$$b.
			   `$Y$b._
				   `$$$$


	OS: Debian
	Hostname: server7
	CPU: Pentium III (Coppermine)
	RAM (used / total): 118 / 1001 Mb
	Desktop Enviroment: Not Found
	Logged in as: root
	Kernel: 3.2.0-35-generic-pae
	Resolution:  pixels
	Load Averages: 0.21, 0.11, 0.06
	Top Process (by memory use): /usr/sbin/mysqld

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Finally works...



..''''''..
.;::::::::::::::;.
.;::::::::::::::'.':::;.
.;::::::::;,'..';. .::::;.
.:::::::,.,. ....:::::::.
.:::::::. :;::::,. .:::::::.
;:::::: .::::::::::. ::::::;
:::. .' ::::::::::::...,::::::
:::. .' ::::::::::::...,::::::
;:::::: .::::::::::. ::::::;
.:::::::. :,;::;,. .:::::::.
.:::::::;.;. ....:::::::.
;::::::::;,'..';. .::::;
.;::::::::::::::'.':::;.
.,::::::::::::::,.
...''''...


_,met$$$$$gg.
,g$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$P.
,g$$P$$ $$$Y$$.$.
,$$P` `$$$.
,$$P ,ggs. `$$b:
d$$` ,$P$` . $$$
$$P d$` , $$P
$$: $$. - ,d$$`
$$; Y$b._ _,d$P`
Y$$. .`$Y$$$$P$`
`$$b $-.__
`Y$$b
`Y$$.
`$$b.
`Y$$b.
`$Y$b._
`$$$$

OS: Debian
Hostname: david-ubuntu
Uptime: 3 days, 21:39 hours
CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-2100 CPU @ 3.10GHz
RAM (used / total): 3298 / 7968 Mb
Desktop Enviroment: Cinnamon 1.6.7
Logged in as: david
Kernel: 3.5.0-21-generic
Resolution: 3520x1200 pixels
Load Averages: 1.81, 1.34, 1.15
Top Process (by memory use): java
[/CODE]

Running Ubuntu 12.10, though, unsure why its saying Debian.

Edit: Max, how'd you get 1001 Mb RAM? :huh:

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Edit: Max, how'd you get 1001 Mb RAM? :huh:

Not 100% positive.. I'm very rusty on EISA systems, only ever owned one or two in my lifetime (hate the things, they're a pain in the butt).. reasonably sure it shows 1024MB on POST, can't say for sure as it's not had a monitor attached in months, and not in the mood to wrestle that 5000 pound steel gorilla out of its rack to check. Most likely it's video memory (video's on the motherboard), could always be something to do with EISA too, not positive. But 1001 is what's being reported by the OS. Had Server 2003 before that.. I think it reported similar.

root@server2:~# uname -a
Linux server7 3.2.0-35-generic-pae #55-Ubuntu SMP Wed Dec 5 18:04:39 UTC 2012 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux

root@server7:~# free -t -m
total used free shared buffers cached
Mem: 1001 505 496 0 37 338
-/+ buffers/cache: 129 871
Swap: 1021 0 1021
Total: 2023 505 1518[/CODE]

Not mine, random shot I found via Bing, but same model. Sucker weighs a ton and you need earplugs when the cooling system is running full blast. First few minutes are deafening until the cooling system drivers kick in and turn it down a few hundred decibels... I inherited 5 of the things from a friend of mine, and I hate throwing hardware away.

cpq-ml370-da4200-572-mit-blitz_2_.jpg

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That thing like from the late 90's?

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That thing like from the late 90's?

Not that old but a dinosaur as far as computers go, erm around 2002 I think is when these were considered new. Only reason I kept them is for the hardware RAID arrays (way too big to fit in a standard chassis and generates a crapton of heat without some major cooling), otherwise I'd have scrapped them.

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Thanks for the error guys i will look into those

obviously not picking up debian correctly again

the xdpy one is nice and easy to fix its throwing then due to you not running X server :)

the mate session again just need some error checking on it lol

Finally works...

Running Ubuntu 12.10, though, unsure why its saying Debian.

Edit: Max, how'd you get 1001 Mb RAM? :huh:

can you do me a favour

do these two commands


ls /etc/ | grep release
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and

[CODE]
ls /etc/ | grep version
[/CODE]

and paste me the output?

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and paste me the output?

Tossing mine in there even though you're asking the other guy, mine was showing Debian too (along with two logos) so /shrug there it is, maybe it helps.

root@server7:~# ls /etc/ | grep release
-rw-r--r--   1 root root     106 Aug  2 12:20 lsb-release
-rw-r--r--   1 root root     141 Oct 23 18:04 os-release

root@server7:~# ls /etc/ | grep version
-rw-r--r--   1 root root      11 Apr 19  2012 debian_version

That's Ubuntu Server 12.04 LTS.

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david@david-ubuntu:~$ ls /etc/ | grep release
lsb-release
os-release
david@david-ubuntu:~$ ls /etc/ | grep version
debian_version
[/CODE]

That doesn't look right...

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ok can you both do


lsb_release -a
[/CODE]

for some reason Ubuntu carried over the /etc/debian_version file

so i will need to find another way to do this lol

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root@server7:~# uname -a
Linux server7 3.2.0-35-generic-pae #55-Ubuntu SMP Wed Dec 5 18:04:39 UTC 2012 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux

root@server7:~# lsb_release -a
No LSB modules are available.
Distributor ID: Ubuntu
Description:    Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS
Release:        12.04
Codename:       precise

root@server7:~# cat /etc/debian_version
wheezy/sid

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