Zenity – Creates Graphical (GTK+) Dialog Boxes in Command-line and Shell Scripts

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9 Responses

  1. Adam Daniels says:

    Thanks tecmint you are the best!!!

  2. Roland says:

    Flexible zenity timer: http://user.cavenet.com/rolandl/timer.txt
    FTP frontend for your file manager: http://user.cavenet.com/rolandl/ftp-user.txt
    Both harness subshells, bash code that is surrounded by parentheses. If your shellscript needs to do 2 things at once, like update a logfile and monitor that logfile, you will need at least one subshell.

  3. Nitish says:

    Nice blog.

    Can you suggest me the source code for “zenity –about”?

    or can you suggest how to make something like “Zenity –about” dialog box?

  4. Preetam says:

    I am trying to develop zenity form and password in redhat linux 6.2 but these two option is not availible in current supported zenity version 2.2.

    I have done 2 day search to run zenity password and form but fail.

    Can some one help how I can run zenity password and form in redhat liniux server.

    Thanks in advance

  5. Ankit Anand says:

    This is what i was looking for, well explained.
    Thank you.

  6. Mahesh says:

    hey! I happen to find this blog today (apr 08, 2014) because of Tarunika’s rsync article (http://www.tecmint.com/rsync-local-remote-file-synchronization-commands/). So, i continued browsing through your site and found this article.

    Just a few months back I wrote and published a simple show clock (date, time) shell script that uses Zenity. Please find it here: http://thatmaheshrs.wordpress.com/2014/02/09/show-date-and-time-in-xubuntu-as-well-as-other-linux-distros/

    Please post your constructive comments, if any, onto my blog.

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