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Several shell scripts stacked on top of eachother, attempting to be useful.
You solemnly swear you’re up to no good.
You understand that this is a work in progress.
You will understand what something does before executing it.
Shell scripts are dangerous.
This one moreso than some.
If you break something with a borrowed tool, that’s on you.
This particular set of scripts is optimized for use inside the Bourne-Again shell v4.x (and above) on a 2019-current-ish Debian/Raspbian system, in a homelab.
You CentOS/RedHat/BeOS/BSD/Unix/etc experience may be debuging-laden.
Bugfix and other contributions welcome.
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