ethOS 1.2.9 brings a few changes which break my auto-restart script for ethOS 1.2.7. Since 1.2.9 contains improved GPU crash detection, I rewrote the restart script to use the built-in detection mechanisms. For the required cron job please see my initial post which is available here.
As long as the
DRY_RUN variable is set to false, the script won’t take any action, it just logs what it would do.
BitBar has been around for a while but I didn’t notice it until I wanted to display crypto currency rates (who isn’t into crypto these days :)) on my macOS menu bar. BitBar is as simple as it can get: it takes the output from a shell script and displays the result on the menu bar. What’s really cool about BitBar is the support for Base64 encoded images which get displayed as icons on the menu bar.
This is how my “crypto menu bar” looks like:
I just put all my BitBar shell scripts into ~/bitbar and that’s it.
Here are BitBar shell scripts for Monero, Ether and Bitcoin (against the €). Since the icons are just 16×16 they probably look crappy on a retina display and have to be replaced with larger icons.