Tag: bash

Preparing Music for Manual Copying Through iTunes



Like many people I prefer to manage my music collection myself instead of leaving it up to something like iTunes. Thankfully iTunes (which you must use if you have certain devices) allows manual copying of music to a device. The one real problem I have is most of my music... Continue reading

Duplicity Backup Script



I’ve started using duplicity combined with Amazon’s S3 to backup this server. Duplicity is an amazing application that makes backups simple. Some of the features I like best about duplicity are: it encrypts the data, compresses it, splits it into manageable chunks, does incremental backups, and can backup... Continue reading

Multiple Input with Single Input Apps



The few eBook formatting tools I’ve posted all share one major flaw. They can only handle a single file as input. This is a problem when you want to run it on all or a number of different eBooks. If you are able to use Bash there is a simple... Continue reading