Hans' *nix things ================= A small collection of small scripts and programs that I have written to make my life comfortable. As long as one uses a reasonable Linux distro like Slackware or OpenBSD. hacpi ----- ACPI scripts for handling Linux ACPI thingamajigs, events and polling, for when events don't work, mainly in order to save battery time. Other than what was stated in the intro. hapm ---- APM scripts for handling OpenBSD APM related things. hlinuxbat --------- A little program to fetch and print the AC and battery status to stdout under Linux. hobsdbat -------- I'll let you figure this one out yourself. hobsdpkg -------- Various OpenBSD package tools which I like to use. Currently only pkg_wipe, which iteratively asks for what leaf packages can be removed. hpwd ---- Fetches the present working directory and prints it with up to at most 2 parent directories. Handles ~, / etc in a reasonable manner, I think. Useful for the bash prompt, e.g.: PS1="\u@\h:\$(~/opt/bin/hpwd)\$" hsct ---- Monitor temperature setter using Unangst's little sct. Uses an infinite loop shell script with some important timestamps and night + day color temps for running in the background. hwm --- My little xcb-based window manager, based on dwm but 100% rewritten. Has its own README, because although I do what I can to keep it simple and small, it is still large. WIP === h202020 ------- Little notifier for the 20-20-20 rule. A small top-level window pops up every 20 minutes, reminding you to look 20 m (originally 20 ft, but I don't know what that unit means) for 20 s. The timer resets when the window is manually closed.