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#1 2017-11-18 05:21

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Top ten Linux tools


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#2 2017-11-18 07:52

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Re: Top ten Linux tools

Sorry, Crosscut but, I've been busy hacking the Internet to find the best Linux tools to fully automate Q4OS. It was worth it as you will see in the video I posted tonight. It took literally 1,000s of hours of trial and error to learn a secret on my own because every Linux guru refused to give me the answer. Every page online on the subject gave just the opposite (I later discovered) of what is the truth about Bash Standard Output redirect from a Child Process top its parent.  Yesterday, I figured out how to pass a Child process back in to  Parent process with only 1 Parent & 1 Child. The normal promoted way to do this is using Coprocess (Bash 4.0+) like this.. Parent --> (Child + simultaneous Coprocess) --Child--> Coprocess --> Parent. 

This is the tool that I am going to use to fully automate Q4OS for new users nd finally bring Millions of Windows users over to Q4OS. So get ready for a bunch of traffic around the January.

I coded this example shown in below video about 5 hours today. Using only Bash and Yad GUI. All the windows are = Main window --> Child --> back to Main Window which are all Yad Gui Window.  Watch the process feed like no one has ever done before in a non compiled GUI system.. And, the kicker !!!,  Its all bash with Yad.  No Python. No Compiled Code.  No arrays or stings or passing variables to other variables, just if and then statements and simple variables for filenames and paths..  a couple of (for i = 1 ). I am using function() { command } export -f function to keep the main program alive. My code is very  bloated and I'm using source inclusion.  For over a year, I tried every possible way to make this work and it happened yesterday.  The Terminal Window in Q4OS is being replaced with my YadBash Gui on  January  01, 2018  smile Finally !!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M-UgsZ8GfGE

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#3 2017-11-18 19:19

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Re: Top ten Linux tools

Anything that can make it simpler and easier for new users is a great thing.


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#4 2017-11-18 19:26

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Heck Yes !!! And, I'll have it done by end of the year !


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#5 2017-11-18 19:29

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Looking forward to seeing the final product.


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#6 2017-11-19 06:46

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Re: Top ten Linux tools

Back on topic, of the ten Linux tools I use Clonezilla, Gimp, GParted, Virtualbox, and Htop.  I would add one as well Hardinfo which gives you system info , hardware detection and software info.


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