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Questions about shell scripts, executable files that are interpreted by a shell (bash, zsh, etc.).

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First, the question: How can I warn the user that a script is running when the user clicks the close button and the terminal itself (and the process running in it) was started from the command line. …
asked Jan 5 '15 by markb
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Yes! Including a zenity prompt works well for me. When the script is executed with nohup and a zenity prompt is included, the thread will block as desired.
answered Jan 8 '15 by markb
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Figured it out. A named pipe did the trick: mkfifo fifo echo "$message" > fifo & mpack -s "test mail" -d fifo myImage.jpg john@example.com rm fifo
answered Dec 31 '15 by markb
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In my script I have a variable named $message. I want to send this message together with a jpeg using mpack. One way that works: echo "$message" > myText mpack -s "test mail" -d myText myImage.jpg j …
asked Dec 31 '15 by markb