Over the years I’ve written several scripts for Linux and UNIX systems, in a variety of languages, to help with some very basic tasks. Feel free to use any of them (at your own risk).
|A Python script for the social networking news site Reddit, that can be used to copy all subreddit subscriptions and friends from a source user account to a destination account
|A Python script for creating an iTunes compatible music library out of an existing music library filled with oggs and flacs.
|Shell script designed to automate the process of updating the software packages on a set of Gentoo computers
|A TCL script designed to recursively scan a directory for new files. It creates symbolic links to new files in a designated directory and keeps a record of created links so they can be deleted and not regenerate on future runs. Its original intended use was to keep track of which video and media files I had already viewed.
|A Bash script to recursively convert a folder of ogg files into mp3s.
|Ruby Email Script
|This Ruby script will execute a given program and e-mail the standard output to a specified e-mail address. It can be used in conjunction with other scripts listed on this page for logging purposes.