~smlavine/navipage

0516538e3634d8f8b73f3880e355d2bc74baa1cf — Sebastian LaVine 7 months ago 5a944b5
Keep the comment lines in the $NAVIPAGE_SH example under 72 chars
1 files changed, 7 insertions(+), 7 deletions(-)

M navipage.1
M navipage.1 => navipage.1 +7 -7
@@ 115,14 115,14 @@ Execute a command with sh.
# This is an example of what your $NAVIPAGE_SH could look like.
#
# On my own server, there is a user that runs omnavi on a cronjob every
# morning. A variation on this script is how I get updates on my own machine
# every day.
# morning. A variation on this script is how I get updates on my own
# machine every day.
#
# Of course, you can just as well run Omnavi on your own local machine, but I
# like getting the update automatically every morning without having to wait
# the five minutes or so it takes for it to run. Also, I used to read my new
# videos every morning by an email, which is easier to send when ran on the
# server where the email is hosted.
# Of course, you can just as well run Omnavi on your own local machine,
# but I like getting the update automatically every morning without
# having to wait the five minutes or so it takes for it to run. Also, I
# used to read my new videos every morning by an email, which is easier
# to send when ran on the server where the email is hosted.

user='omnavi'
server='example.com'