Thursday, October 29

Ed2k Monitor

I shared /media/public/Incoming/waitinglist/ folder, so from other computers in the network user can create a text file with content of
ed2k:xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
ed2k:xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
This script will monitor this folder for any new text file and feed ed2k links into aMule:



#!/usr/bin/perl
#The purpose of this script is to monitor a directory periodically, and run ed2k (aMule) for new entries in this folder (then delete them).

#ben@fadshop.net. Jun 1, 2009.

# Version 2: Aug 11, 2009. Read each line of the files for importing.



# Edit Cronjob by:

# crontab -e

#0,15,30 * * * * script.sh

###or

#0-59/15 * * * * script.sh



# model: http://www.perlmonks.org/?node_id=283849

use strict;

use warnings;



sub printlog

{

my $logfile = shift;

my $logmessage = shift;

my $now = localtime time;

open(LOGFILE, ">>$logfile");
print LOGFILE $now . " " .$logmessage . "\n";

close LOGFILE;

}



sub scandir

{

my $dir = shift;

my $fileProcessor = shift;



opendir (DIR, $dir) or die "Cannot open $dir: $!\n";

while (my $filename = readdir(DIR))

{
next if $filename =~ /^\.\.?$/; # skip . and ..
if ($filename =~ /\.txt$/) {

&$fileProcessor("$dir/$filename");
}
if ($filename =~ /.torrent$/) {
`transmission "$filename"&`;
}

}

close DIR;

}





sub runed2k

{

my $filename = shift;
print "got file: $filename\n";
open(ED2KFILE, $filename);

foreach my $line (){
$line =~ s/\r(\n?)//;
if ($line =~ /^ed2k/){

`ed2k "$line"`;

#print LOG

printlog('/tmp/ed2klog', $line);
}
if ($line =~ /^http/){
chdir('/media/public/Incoming/');

`wget "$line"&`;

#print LOG

printlog('/tmp/ed2klog', $line);
}
}

close(ED2KFILE);
unlink($filename);

}







scandir('/media/public/Incoming/waitinglist',\&runed2k);



The result is: In any computer of my network, I can put the ed2k link into text file. The Linux server will retrieve the ed2k resource for me overnight.

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