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    Lightbulb SV New Tool - PCP

    pcp is a script for managing prompts colors :

    see here for more details :

    http://forums.remote-exploit.org/cal...2007-10-21&c=1
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    i need to know what you find useful to include for prompt options :

    the date in "Weekday Month Date" format (e.g., "Tue May 26")
    the hostname up to the first `.'
    the hostname
    the number of jobs currently managed by the shell
    the name of the shell, the basename of $0 (the portion following the final slash)
    the current time in 24-hour HH:MM:SS format
    the current time in 12-hour HH:MM:SS format
    the current time in 12-hour am/pm format
    the username of the current user
    the current working directory
    the basename of the current working directory
    Counting Files in the Current Directory
    Display average system load
    Display system uptime
    Counting number of processes
    Indicate if AC power is connected and percentage power remaining (NEED APM ADDON)

    all these options can be script easily and the foreground & background colors too........

    i've bold the ones i think i will embed but if you see others useful i miss here please, feel free to help me sort the really useful options......

    thx .........
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    FIRST SUCCESSFUL :

    i manage to create a new profile to save it and apply it through reboot

    it's a complex prompt :



    you have DATE, TIME , CURRENT USER, AVERAGE LOAD, NUM OF PROCESSES, UPTIME and CURRENT WORKING DIR........

    NICE ?

    that will be the type of prompts you will be able to generate easily......
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    If it is not much more work, why not include them all, as you are always going to have someone that will want whatever of them you leave out.

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    yes here is the default menu : for profile creation :
    Code:
    D  : DISPLAY NEW PROMPT
    R  : RESET NEW PROMPT
    S  : SAVE NEW PROFILE
    C  : CANCEL CREATION
    
    1  : ADD DATE
    2  : ADD TIME
    3  : ADD HOSTNAME
    4  : ADD USERNAME
    5  : ADD CURRENT WORKING DIR
    6  : ADD FILES COUNT
    7  : ADD SYSTEM LOAD
    8  : ADD SYSTEM UPTIME
    9  : ADD NUMBER OF RUNNING PROCESSES
    10 : ADD BATTERY INDICATOR
    11 : ADD FREE TEXT
    that's not too much time, just need to create a fuction for each one

    but maybe i can add other things
    like :
    Thu Oct 11 04:57:11 User root Linux bt 2.6.20-BT-PwnSauce-NOSMP SysLoad 0.14 Processes 131 Uptime 8:31 WDir ~ :

    this one get the kernel version ....

    there's virtually no limit........
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    However many options you put in, there will always be people that will want something more and plenty that will use them all, even if the prompt fills the screen.

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