I have written this menu that calls forth several scripts. One of this script is
so it displays live traffic over dbus.
but when I want to exit this I normally do Ctrl+C, but that also exits my menu and I would like to just return to my menu.
is there a code that I can put after the dbus-moniter, when an exit is detected it starts my menu again? my menu is just another .sh script
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i am not that advanced "yet" ;) in scripting. this is the menu where i call my dbus script
select opt in "dbus Live Traffic" "option 2" "Main menu" "Quit" do case $opt in "dbus Live Traffic") curl -s -u lalala:hihihi ftp://ftp.somewhere.com/folder/dbuslivetraffic.sh | bash ;; "option 2") do_something ;; "Main menu") main_menu;; "Quit") quit_menu;; esac if [[ $opt != "Main menu" ]] || [[ $opt != "Quit" ]] ; then main_menu fi done
and this is the content of my dbuslivetraffic.sh
for now just this single line, but maybe in the near future more code will be added to this script.
i don't really understand where i need to put the
TRAP function like suggested by @RoVo