Device Manager 4 Linux is a distro agnostic graphical device manager for Linux that lets you disable and enable devices without blacklisting the associated kernel module and without requiring a reboot.
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// Copyright © 2019 Sasko Usinov
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// Distributed under the MIT License - https://opensource.org/licenses/MIT
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#include <unistd.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#include "application.h"
#include "ui/main_window/main_window.h"
#include "ui/wrappers/wrappers.h"
#include <QApplication>
//-------------------------------------------------------------------------------//
// Type: global
//-------------------------------------------------------------------------------//
//
// ToDo: n/a
//
// Notes: n/a
//
// Returns: n/a
//
//-------------------------------------------------------------------------------//
int __init__(int argc, char *argv[])
{
QApplication a(argc, argv);
app::config_env() ? sysapi::quit(app::last_err.get_error_str(), app::last_err.get_error_code()) : app::print_config();
if (RUN_EULA)
{
std::string eula_acc_file = app::data::app_settings_dir + "/" + app::about::app_name + "_" + app::about::app_version + "_" + api::str::replace_char(32, '_', app::about::app_build_date) + "_" + api::str::replace_char(':', '_', app::about::app_build_time) + ".eula";
if (api::fs::load_from_file(eula_acc_file) != TXT_EULA_ACCEPTED)
{
if (messages::show_question(nullptr, app::about::app_friendly_name.c_str(), (TXT_EULA_CONTENT + std::string("\n\nDo you accept this?")).c_str(), messages::BTNS_QST_YESNO, messages::ICON_QUESTION) == messages::BTN_NO)
exit(0);
api::fs::save_to_file(eula_acc_file, TXT_EULA_ACCEPTED);
}
}
//-------------------------------------------------------------------------------//
// ...
//-------------------------------------------------------------------------------//
app::init_watch_list();
for (size_t i = 0; i < app::data::watch_list.size(); i++)
{
app::data::thread_list.push_back(std::thread(app::t_device_monitor, app::data::watch_list[i]));
app::data::thread_list[app::data::thread_list.size() - 1].detach();
}
__run__
}