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Using a Script to Send Desktop Notifications from Your Linux Terminalby@letsdebugit
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Using a Script to Send Desktop Notifications from Your Linux Terminal

by Tomasz Waraksa7mDecember 8th, 2021
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It's useful to get visual feedback from a script when long-running build fails or when there is urgent problem during script execution. Notify-send is a bash command for sending desktop notifications. Combined with at command it can be used to quickly create visual reminders and alerts. Similar trick is also possible on MacOS.

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