find file doublettes with fdupes
On server side: On client side: Also on client side in another terminal: It should return something like CONNECTED
Your keywords are maildropfilter and xfilter.
Create a helper table, containing rows md5 hashes: Get a rows hash from your main table you want to watch rows: Write it into your helper table: Now check your main table rows for changed md5’s:
always use the -W parameter, otherwise you will earn an error (38: can not parse arg #1) that means your peer is unknown afaik its impossible to send strings to stdin address clients/channels whos name contain spaces by their id (user#1234567890 or channel#1234567890) use the -I and -N parameters still problematic? try https://bytesandbones.wordpress.com/2021/11/03/telegram-channel-linux-console-scripting-setup/
install telegram-send on mobile phone: create a public channel + get the url create a bot by talking to botfather + get the apikey (the leading number is part of the key) make your bot a channel admin run # telegram-send –config ~/.config/telegram-send-MYCHANNEL.cfg –configure-channel https://github.com/rahiel/telegram-send https://core.telegram.org/bots/api#formatting-options printf “huhu \U0001F4A8\n\U0001F4A7” | telegram-send –disable-web-page-preview –config ~/.config/telegram-send.conf –format […]
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