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#81
Nobody knows how can I install tk libraries in SailfishOS for use with python scripts? ;'(
 

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#82
Hi.

I'm not sure if this is the right place to post, but anyway I would like to share a simple python script I made to keep track of the CellId the device is camped. I use it with SecureFishNet with a dual purpose:

1.- Activate the WiFi connection while I'm at home
2.- Deactivate WiFi (to avoid broadcast of the mac address) and activate the internet PDPContext and an VPN connection while I'm outdoors.

The script checks a file with a list of CellId numbers and decides whether we are at home or not.

You can find it here.

I made it myself because I missed the beautiful features from ajalkane's ProfileMatic for the N9.

Regards.
 

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#83
Check out the Situations app on the Jolla Store and Openrepos. It's like Profilematic, and is really powerful and well designed.
 

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#84
Originally Posted by abranson View Post
Check out the Situations app on the Jolla Store and Openrepos. It's like Profilematic, and is really powerful and well designed.
Hi.
I tried it but it doesn't have the option to trigger actions based on CellId numbers....

Regards.
 

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#85
Situation ap has trigger for Nettwork Cells. I myself use this trigger allot .
 

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#86
Originally Posted by pasko View Post
Hi.

I'm not sure if this is the right place to post, but anyway I would like to share a simple python script I made to keep track of the CellId the device is camped. I use it with SecureFishNet with a dual purpose:

1.- Activate the WiFi connection while I'm at home
2.- Deactivate WiFi (to avoid broadcast of the mac address) and activate the internet PDPContext and an VPN connection while I'm outdoors.

The script checks a file with a list of CellId numbers and decides whether we are at home or not.

You can find it here.

I made it myself because I missed the beautiful features from ajalkane's ProfileMatic for the N9.

Regards.
Nice idea and a good script. The default wifi settings on SFO are messed up.
 

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#87
Hi, i just installed ssh-contact direct from the fedora repo
http://ftp.halifax.rwth-aachen.de/fe...24.armv7hl.rpm
without repackaging.
Seems to work pretty well.
ssh-contact is some kind of addon to telepathy which allows you to ssh through a xmpp-connection to a remote computer running ssh-connect-server.
This is useful to access a machine without the need of dynamic dns and port-forwarding.

I just wanted to let you know - maybe someone find it useful.
 

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#88
Has anyone tried porting the csync command line utility to Sailfish?
 

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#89
Originally Posted by bennypr0fane View Post
Has anyone tried porting the csync command line utility to Sailfish?
I have always used rsync which is already in the repos.
 

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