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Script-Tools -- Linux Swissarmyknife scripts

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Works With Distributions
  • Fedora
Earliest Compatible Linux Kernel
2.6
Specifications
Its a tool collection written in BASH, therefor *should* run on most linux based system. However, since it is BASH, and gui-interpreters work diffrent on diffrent distros, i focus on TUI usage. As my current main system is Fedora, i'll focus on RPM creation and release until this works flawless on this system. In next steps (between 1.1 and 1.3) , functions will be extend to support Debian-based systems and Arch.
Book Description
Helps to release fedora packages, automaticly handles rpm, koji, ftp, ssh, repo and sourceforge tasks. Scripts to help you tweak Grub2 (in beta no efi support!), plymouth, desktop(login) managers, and optimize boot speed if using systemd.
Tips to Use
As there is currently (0.8.1) no 'build' handler ready yet, you best use this tool for projects that dont need to be compiled, or use it for all steps after compiling. However a build handler is planed until 1.0.0 release.
Equivalent Applications
The Script-Tools use these optional programs rpmdev-tools koji createrepo livecd-creator grub2-mkconfig plymouth-set-default-theme systend-analyze ftp ssh dmidecode and more..
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