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chetstone / .forward
Last active Jan 4, 2016
Forwarding Ubiquiti AirVision2 (linux) Motion Alerts based on regions
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# Exim filter
# The first line above must be exactly like that.
#
# Since Airvision2 only has a provision to send email notifications for all regions or none,
# we add this kludge to forward emails based on the region name included in the email.
# Basic steps are these:
# 1. Install a mail server on your ubuntu/debian box if it's not there already. (Not as hard as it sounds.)
# 2. Configure it to forward nonlocal mail to a smarthost.
# 3. Add a user account to Airvision to send notifications to the admin account on the local host.
# 4. Install this file (.forward) in the admin account home directory. (Must be writeable only to the user.)
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chetstone / rvm.rb
Created Nov 12, 2011
Using rvm with tcsh
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#!/usr/bin/env ruby
# riffing on a tune by Paul at po-ru.com
# 1. Using a bash shell, install rvm according to instructions.
# 2. Install this script in your path, say in ~/bin.
# 3. Make it executable.
# 4. Add the following alias to your .tcshrc:
# alias rvm 'eval `~/bin/rvm.rb \!*`'
# 5. Use and enjoy rvm in your tcsh
# Note that this script relies on a ruby already installed in the path.
# It shouldn't be too hard to enhance it to bootstrap itself using rvm.
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