[Inx] CLI-app-menu at GitHub.com
D.J.J. Ring, Jr.
n1ea at arrl.net
Mon Mar 18 00:28:06 PDT 2013
Have a nerdy day yourself, Mr. Chin, and who is the "Perry" that your Morse
Code signature line ends with?
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HAVE A NERDY DAY PERRY
Well wishes to all!
The exact location of the script is here:
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Firefox's Overbite extension) or via http to gopher
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On Sun, Mar 17, 2013 at 11:08 PM, Robert D. Chin <rdchin at yahoo.com> wrote:
> After using INX, I was inspired to learn bash scripting and to help
> educate others about CLI applications.
> I found quite a few cli app lists on the web but I did not find any
> menu-driven app launchers besides INX for a beginner. So I wrote one.
> I decided to write a menu script to learn scripting and so that I could
> port it to different linux distros.
> The script will automatically install an app if it is missing using apt or
> rpm, and I tried to logically categorize each app.
> I have been working on it for a couple of months and it has matured to the
> extent that I am not embarrassed to release it.
> If you want to add more apps, instructions on how to do so are in the
> Source code is available at github.com search for repository,
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