monitor file(s) and execute a command when files are changed.
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[Coreutils Viewer] looks for coreutils basic commands (cp, mv, dd, tar, gzip/gunzip, cat, …) currently running on your system and displays the percentage of copied data.
Tool for creating simple menu in linux environments
In a terminal, using ncurses.
Yasu is a Macintosh application which allows users to easily run many of the system level Unix shell scripts that perform maintenance routines as well as clearing many of the cache files used by OS X.
daemonize runs a command as a Unix daemon.
Statistical renaming, type inference and deobfuscation.
ttyload is a little *NIX utility… which is meant to give a color-coded graph of load averages over time.
…a simple bash script… that runs on OSX (and can be easily adapted to other OS’s) that will randomize your MAC address every 30 seconds, and help prevent MAC-based tracking…
tvnamer is a utility which to rename files from
Some Show - [01x03] - The Episode Name.avi.
tvnamer uses The TVDB API to grab episode titles, &c., lets you configure filename formats, and can move files.
Plan is a Python package for writing and deploying cron jobs. Plan will convert Python code to cron syntax. You can easily manage your cron jobs with Plan like a charm. It is designed for elegancy and writing cron jobs with as little amount of code as possible. It’s extensible but comes with serveral good useful job types out of the box.
aText accelerates your typing by replacing abbreviations with frequently used phrases you define.