I think they are already available in Linux..?? not sure, I do know these were developed from Linux scripts anywayAsbokid
put together the very first static graphing script (Linux based), then he and Little_Bird
(from the ThinkBroadband
fora) did some further development work. They then handed it over to a certain burakkucat
to enhance and develop. Hence the original Linux static graphing script. (Version 2.2 is current.)
As I wanted to be able to plot graphs of the DS/US SNRM and Sync Speed for my 2Wire
modem/router and I did not want to have to run the W'doze
environment provided by the Linux service Wine
, so to be able to use John Owen
, I developed my own Linux scripts to perform the requirements. On showing my scripts to Bald_Eagle1
, he saw their potential to be adapted for W'doze
and the Huawei HG612
modem, once unlocked. The rest you know . . .
are there no BAT-to (linux/Mac script) converters?
Yes. They are called human beings
and I think Peter
, above, will do a very fine job.
It is no use anyone looking to me, for I am a felis domesticus
with no knowledge of Perl or Python. (Though I did watch "Python, Monty; Circus, Flying, for the use of" when it was first transmitted in the 1960s!)