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PostPosted: Fri May 24, 2013 11:53 am    Post subject: [Gelöst]xplanet installieren Reply with quote

Hallo,

ich habe mir das Paket 'xplanet' installiert, um die Erde mit aktueller Wolkenbildung als Desktop-Hintergrundbild zu verwenden.
Leider funktioniert das Herunterladen der aktuellen Wolkenbildung nach /home/opa/.xplanet/clouds.jpg nicht.
Wenn ich das Script /home/opa/.xplanet/xplanet.2.sh starte erhalte ich:
Code:
~/.xplanet $ sh /home/opa/.xplanet/xplanet.2.sh
rm: das Entfernen von „/home/opa/.xplanet/clouds.jpg“ ist nicht möglich: Datei oder Verzeichnis nicht gefunden
Can't locate LWP/Simple.pm in @INC (@INC contains: /etc/perl /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.12.4/i686-linux /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.12.4 /usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/5.12.4/i686-linux /usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/5.12.4 /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl /usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl /usr/lib/perl5/5.12.4/i686-linux /usr/lib/perl5/5.12.4 /usr/local/lib/site_perl .) at /home/opa/.xplanet/download_clouds.pl line 30.
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at /home/opa/.xplanet/download_clouds.pl line 30.
Warning: Can't find clouds.jpg in
xplanet/images
/home/opa/.xplanet/images
/usr/share/xplanet/images
Warning: Can't load map file clouds.jpg
Changed image (14 °/ 52 °)

Der Inhalt von xplanet.2.sh ist:

Code:
#!/bin/bash
# xplanet-gnome.sh shell script v0.4
# shows Earth on your Gnome desktop with current lighting conditions,i.e. day and night
# ChangeLog
# Version 0.4
# >  If rotating counterclockwise it now reset LONGITUDE if it <= -360°
# Version 0.3
# >  Added comments
# >  Rotating planet (one frame per minute default)
# >  Background option included
# >  Debugging option/output
# >  When changing background it generates first the background and deletes then the old file

# Remove "#" to activate clouds (need the script)
rm ~/.xplanet/clouds.jpg
perl $HOME/.xplanet/download_clouds.pl

# set the delay (default 1 minute)
DELAY=2m
# set the delay if the globus isn't rotating (default 30 minutes)
# could be removed if rtating is always on
NOROTATINGDELAY=30m

# Background file
#BACKGROUND=
PREFIX=$HOME/.xplanet/images/
OUTPUT=xplanet.png
APPEND=2
# sets the numbers of longitudes added each "frame"
# "rotating speed" - if 0 then rotating is deactivated [-360 .. 360]
SPEED=10
# geometry of the desktop
#GEOMETRY=800x640
GEOMETRY=1440x900

# between 0 and 359 (left/right)
LONGITUDE=14
# between -90 and 90 (Southpole .. Northpole)
LATITUDE=52
# default is no projection,i.e. render a globe
# rectangular is the flat world map. also try ancient, azimuthal,  mercator,..
#PROJECTION=rectangular 

# if debugging is activated the console prints echos ["on" / "off"]
DEBUGGING="off"

#rename background image so Gnome realises image has changed - thx to dmbasso

if [ "$*" != "" ]; then
  let "LONGITUDE=$1"
fi

if [ $LONGITUDE -ge 360 ] || [ $LONGITUDE -le 360 ]; then
  let "LONGITUDE%=360"
  if [ $DEBUGGING = "on" ]; then
    echo "Set LONGITUDE on LONGITUDE modulo 360"
  fi
fi

if [ -e "$PREFIX$OUTPUT" ]; then
   RMFILE="$PREFIX$OUTPUT"
   OUTPUT="$APPEND$OUTPUT"
else
   RMFILE="$PREFIX$APPEND$OUTPUT"
fi
if [ $DEBUGGING = "on" ]; then
  echo "Changed file and file to removed"
  echo "New filename: $PREFIX$OUTPUT"
fi

if [ -z $PROJECTION ]; then
  if [ -z $BACKGROUND ]; then
    xplanet -num_times 1 -output "$PREFIX$OUTPUT" -geometry $GEOMETRY -longitude $LONGITUDE -latitude $LATITUDE
  else
    xplanet -num_times 1 -output "$PREFIX$OUTPUT" -geometry $GEOMETRY -longitude $LONGITUDE -latitude $LATITUDE -background $BACKGROUND
  fi
else
  if [ -z $BACKGROUND ]; then
    xplanet -num_times 1 -output "$PREFIX$OUTPUT" -geometry $GEOMETRY -longitude $LONGITUDE -latitude $LATITUDE -projection $PROJECTION
  else
    xplanet -num_times 1 -output "$PREFIX$OUTPUT" -geometry $GEOMETRY -longitude $LONGITUDE -latitude $LATITUDE -projection $PROJECTION -background $BACKGROUND
  fi
fi

if [ $DEBUGGING = "on" ]; then
  echo "Logitude: $LONGITUDE"
  echo "Latitude: $LATITUDE"
fi

#update Gnome backgound
echo "Changed image ($LONGITUDE °/ $LATITUDE °)"
gconftool-2 -t str -s /desktop/gnome/background/picture_filename "$PREFIX$OUTPUT"

# delete old file
if [ -e "$RMFILE" ]; then
  rm $RMFILE
  if [ $DEBUGGING = "on" ]; then
    echo "File removed: $RMFILE"
  fi
else
  echo "File set to removed doesn't exists: $RMFILE"
fi

# if speed is not 0 it's rotating
if [ $SPEED != 0 ]; then
  # add speed to longitude
  let "LONGITUDE+=$SPEED"
else
  # set the no-rot-delay if rotating is deactivating
  # doesn't needed so much updates
  DELAY= $NOROTATINGDELAY

fi
cp $PREFIX$OUTPUT ~/.cache/Background/xplanet.png

# waiting the delay time
sleep $DELAY
exec $0 $LONGITUDE


Woran kann das liegen, in anderen Distributionen funktioniert es.


Code:
~/.xplanet $ /home/opa/.xplanet/download_clouds.pl
bash: /home/opa/.xplanet/download_clouds.pl: /usr/bin/perl^M: Defekter Interpreter: Datei oder Verzeichnis nicht gefunden

~/.xplanet $ sh /home/opa/.xplanet/download_clouds.pl
/home/opa/.xplanet/download_clouds.pl: Zeile 28: $'\r': Kommando nicht gefunden.
/home/opa/.xplanet/download_clouds.pl: Zeile 29: $'\r': Kommando nicht gefunden.
/home/opa/.xplanet/download_clouds.pl: Zeile 30: use: Kommando nicht gefunden.
/home/opa/.xplanet/download_clouds.pl: Zeile 30: $'\r': Kommando nicht gefunden.
/home/opa/.xplanet/download_clouds.pl: Zeile 31: $'\r': Kommando nicht gefunden.
/home/opa/.xplanet/download_clouds.pl: Zeile 34: my: Kommando nicht gefunden.
/home/opa/.xplanet/download_clouds.pl: Zeile 34: $'\r': Kommando nicht gefunden.
/home/opa/.xplanet/download_clouds.pl: Zeile 35: $'\r': Kommando nicht gefunden.
/home/opa/.xplanet/download_clouds.pl: Zeile 37: my: Kommando nicht gefunden.
/home/opa/.xplanet/download_clouds.pl: Zeile 37: $'\r': Kommando nicht gefunden.
/home/opa/.xplanet/download_clouds.pl: Zeile 38: $'\r': Kommando nicht gefunden.
/home/opa/.xplanet/download_clouds.pl: Zeile 40: my: Kommando nicht gefunden.
/home/opa/.xplanet/download_clouds.pl: Zeile 40: $'\r': Kommando nicht gefunden.
/home/opa/.xplanet/download_clouds.pl: Zeile 41: $'\r': Kommando nicht gefunden.
/home/opa/.xplanet/download_clouds.pl: Zeile 50: Syntaxfehler beim unerwarteten Wort `"/home/opa/.xplanet/"'
/home/opa/.xplanet/download_clouds.pl: Zeile 50: `chdir("/home/opa/.xplanet/") o' die("Couldn't change location.");


Mit folgendem Inhalt von /home/opa/.xplanet/download_clouds.pl

Code:
#!/usr/bin/perl
# ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#  Program for downloading XPlanet cloud images from a random mirror
#
#  Copyright (c) 2003, cueSim Ltd.                  http://www.cueSim.com, Bedford, UK

# ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

#  Redistribution and use, with or without modification, are permitted provided
#  that the following conditions are met:

#      * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice,
#        this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
#      * Neither the cueSim name nor the names of its contributors may
#        be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software without
#        specific prior written permission.

#  THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS "AS IS" AND ANY
#  EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES
#  OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT
#  SHALL THE COPYRIGHT OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
#  SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT
#  OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
#  HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY,
#  OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
#  SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
#


use LWP::Simple;

# Set options:
#  - where to save the downloaded file (default is current directory)
my $Filename = "clouds.jpg";

# - how often the image is updated on the server
my $MaxDownloadFrequencyHours = 1;

# - how many times to retry, if the server doesn't respond
my $MaxRetries = 3;

## Note: excessive requests to a single image server is discouraged.
## This script limits max retries, does not download more frequently
## than every two hours (the file is generated every 3 hours). and
## picks a random mirror location for every download.
##
## Change these settings at the risk of being blacklisted from the
## image servers.

chdir("/home/opa/.xplanet/") or die("Couldn't change location.");      
      
# Get file details
if(-f $Filename)
{
   my @Stats = stat($Filename);
   my $FileAge = (time() - $Stats[9]);
   my $FileSize = $Stats[7];

   # Check if file is already up to date
   if($FileAge < 60 * 60 * $MaxDownloadFrequencyHours && $FileSize > 200000)
   {
      print "File is already up to date\n";
      exit(1);   
   }
}


# Try several times to download the file if necessary
for(1..$MaxRetries)
{
   # Get a random website to hit for the file
   my $MirrorURL = GetRandomMirror("mirrors.txt");

   # Download the file
   print "Using $MirrorURL\nDownloading...\n";
   my $Response = getstore($MirrorURL, $Filename);

   # If successfully downloaded, that's it, nothing more to do
   if( IndicatesSuccess($Response))
   {
      print "Finished: file successfully downloaded to $Filename\n";
      exit(0);
   }
   
   # Warning that we're retrying another random server
   print "Download not available, trying another website\n\n";
}

# Warning that no servers could be contacted
print "ERROR: Tried to download the file $MaxRetries times, but no servers could provide the file\n";
exit(2);



# Return codes of 200 to 299 are "success" in HTTP-speak
sub IndicatesSuccess()
{
   my $Response = shift();
   if($Response =~ /2\d\d/)
   {
      return(1);
   }
   else
   {
      return(0);
   }
}

# Returns the name of an internet resource which can provide the clouds image
sub GetRandomMirror()
{
   # Populate a list of mirrors
   my @Mirrors = (
             "ftp://mirror.pacific.net.au/pub2/xplanet/clouds_2048.jpg",
             "http://www.ruwenzori.net/earth/clouds_2048.jpg",
             "http://xplanet.arculeo.com/clouds_2048.jpg",
             "http://xplanet.dyndns.org/clouds/clouds_2048.jpg",
             "http://userpage.fu-berlin.de/~jml/clouds_2048.jpg",
             "http://rcswww.urz.tu-dresden.de/~es179238/clouds_2048.jpg",
             "http://home.megapass.co.kr/~ysy00/cloud_data/clouds_2048.jpg",
             "http://user.chol.com/~winxplanet/cloud_data/clouds_2048.jpg",
             "http://home.megapass.co.kr/~gitto88/cloud_data/clouds_2048.jpg",
             "http://home.megapass.co.kr/~holywatr/cloud_data/clouds_2048.jpg",
             "http://www.wizabit.eclipse.co.uk/xplanet/files/mirror/clouds_2048.jpg",
             "ftp://ftp.iastate.edu/pub/xplanet/clouds_2048.jpg",
             "http://xplanet.explore-the-world.net/clouds_2048.jpg");
   
   # Return one at random
   return $Mirrors[rand scalar(@Mirrors)];
}

Liegt es etwa an dem #!/usr/bin/perl ?
Folgendes funktioniert nicht:
Code:
~/.xplanet $ perl $HOME/.xplanet/download_clouds.pl
Can't locate LWP/Simple.pm in @INC (@INC contains: /etc/perl /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.12.4/i686-linux /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.12.4 /usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/5.12.4/i686-linux /usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/5.12.4 /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl /usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl /usr/lib/perl5/5.12.4/i686-linux /usr/lib/perl5/5.12.4 /usr/local/lib/site_perl .) at /home/opa/.xplanet/download_clouds.pl line 30.
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at /home/opa/.xplanet/download_clouds.pl line 30
.


Gruß
Ch. Hanisch


Last edited by Hanisch on Fri May 24, 2013 2:26 pm; edited 1 time in total
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PostPosted: Fri May 24, 2013 2:25 pm    Post subject: Re: xplanet installieren Reply with quote

Hallo,
Quote:

...
Folgendes funktioniert nicht:
Code:
~/.xplanet $ perl $HOME/.xplanet/download_clouds.pl
Can't locate LWP/Simple.pm in @INC (@INC contains: /etc/perl /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.12.4/i686-linux /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.12.4 /usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/5.12.4/i686-linux /usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/5.12.4 /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl /usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl /usr/lib/perl5/5.12.4/i686-linux /usr/lib/perl5/5.12.4 /usr/local/lib/site_perl .) at /home/opa/.xplanet/download_clouds.pl line 30.
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at /home/opa/.xplanet/download_clouds.pl line 30
.

Habe das Problem folgendermaßen lösen können:
Code:
sudo perl -MCPAN -e'install "LWP::Simple"'

Jetzt funktioniert alles wieder wie bei den anderen Distributionen.


Gruß
Ch. Hanisch
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PostPosted: Fri May 24, 2013 3:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Und unter welcher Oberfläche setzt Du das ein? Ich habe das seinerzeit mal unter KDE3, meinte aber, die Funktion wäre unter KDE4 weggefallen. Allerdings habe ich auch nie wieder ernsthaft danach gesucht.
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PostPosted: Fri May 24, 2013 4:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

cryptosteve wrote:
Und unter welcher Oberfläche setzt Du das ein? Ich habe das seinerzeit mal unter KDE3, meinte aber, die Funktion wäre unter KDE4 weggefallen. Allerdings habe ich auch nie wieder ernsthaft danach gesucht.

Unter KDE.
Allerdings braucht es dazu noch ein weiteres Script, z.B. in ~/usr//xplanet-img/xplanet-img.sh mit folgendem Inhalt:
Code:
#/bin/bash

xplanet -window -geometry 1440x900 --num_times 1 --lon 14.1942 --lat 51.7727 --radius 40 --range 10 --output ~/usr/xplanet-img/pic.jpg && mv ~/usr/xplanet-img/pic.jpg ~/usr/xplanet-img/xplanet.jpg

Und dann noch ein Verzeichnis ~/.cache/Background
Mit diesem Script wird der Erdball auf dem KDE-Desktop dargestellt und mit dem Script ~/.xplanet/xplanet.2.sh werden die Wolken aktualisiert, was unter GNOME ausreichend war.
Ich habe mir für KDE beide Scripts zu einem zusammengestellt in ~/.xplanet/xplanet-KDE.sh mit folgendem Inhalt:
Quote:
#!/bin/bash
# xplanet-gnome.sh shell script v0.4
# shows Earth on your Gnome desktop with current lighting conditions,i.e. day and night
# ChangeLog
# Version 0.4
# > If rotating counterclockwise it now reset LONGITUDE if it <= -360°
# Version 0.3
# > Added comments
# > Rotating planet (one frame per minute default)
# > Background option included
# > Debugging option/output
# > When changing background it generates first the background and deletes then the old file

# Remove "#" to activate clouds (need the script)
rm ~/.xplanet/clouds.jpg
perl $HOME/.xplanet/download_clouds.pl

# set the delay (default 1 minute)
DELAY=2m
# set the delay if the globus isn't rotating (default 30 minutes)
# could be removed if rtating is always on
NOROTATINGDELAY=30m

# Background file
#BACKGROUND=
PREFIX=$HOME/.xplanet/images/
OUTPUT=xplanet.png
APPEND=2
# sets the numbers of longitudes added each "frame"
# "rotating speed" - if 0 then rotating is deactivated [-360 .. 360]
SPEED=10
# geometry of the desktop
#GEOMETRY=800x640
GEOMETRY=1440x900

# between 0 and 359 (left/right)
LONGITUDE=14
# between -90 and 90 (Southpole .. Northpole)
LATITUDE=52
# default is no projection,i.e. render a globe
# rectangular is the flat world map. also try ancient, azimuthal, mercator,..
#PROJECTION=rectangular

# if debugging is activated the console prints echos ["on" / "off"]
DEBUGGING="off"

#rename background image so Gnome realises image has changed - thx to dmbasso

if [ "$*" != "" ]; then
let "LONGITUDE=$1"
fi

if [ $LONGITUDE -ge 360 ] || [ $LONGITUDE -le 360 ]; then
let "LONGITUDE%=360"
if [ $DEBUGGING = "on" ]; then
echo "Set LONGITUDE on LONGITUDE modulo 360"
fi
fi

if [ -e "$PREFIX$OUTPUT" ]; then
RMFILE="$PREFIX$OUTPUT"
OUTPUT="$APPEND$OUTPUT"
else
RMFILE="$PREFIX$APPEND$OUTPUT"
fi
if [ $DEBUGGING = "on" ]; then
echo "Changed file and file to removed"
echo "New filename: $PREFIX$OUTPUT"
fi

if [ -z $PROJECTION ]; then
if [ -z $BACKGROUND ]; then
xplanet -num_times 1 -output "$PREFIX$OUTPUT" -geometry $GEOMETRY -longitude $LONGITUDE -latitude $LATITUDE
else
xplanet -num_times 1 -output "$PREFIX$OUTPUT" -geometry $GEOMETRY -longitude $LONGITUDE -latitude $LATITUDE -background $BACKGROUND
fi
else
if [ -z $BACKGROUND ]; then
xplanet -num_times 1 -output "$PREFIX$OUTPUT" -geometry $GEOMETRY -longitude $LONGITUDE -latitude $LATITUDE -projection $PROJECTION
else
xplanet -num_times 1 -output "$PREFIX$OUTPUT" -geometry $GEOMETRY -longitude $LONGITUDE -latitude $LATITUDE -projection $PROJECTION -background $BACKGROUND
fi
fi

if [ $DEBUGGING = "on" ]; then
echo "Logitude: $LONGITUDE"
echo "Latitude: $LATITUDE"
fi

#update Gnome backgound
echo "Changed image ($LONGITUDE °/ $LATITUDE °)"
gconftool-2 -t str -s /desktop/gnome/background/picture_filename "$PREFIX$OUTPUT"

# delete old file
if [ -e "$RMFILE" ]; then
rm $RMFILE
if [ $DEBUGGING = "on" ]; then
echo "File removed: $RMFILE"
fi
else
echo "File set to removed doesn't exists: $RMFILE"
fi

# if speed is not 0 it's rotating
if [ $SPEED != 0 ]; then
# add speed to longitude
let "LONGITUDE+=$SPEED"
else
# set the no-rot-delay if rotating is deactivating
# doesn't needed so much updates
DELAY= $NOROTATINGDELAY
fi
# cp $PREFIX$OUTPUT ~/.cache/Background/xplanet.png

# Anzeigen des Globus mit aktualisiertem Wolkenbild in KDE
#~/usr/xplanet-img/xplanet-img.sh
xplanet -window -geometry 1440x900 --num_times 1 --lon 14.1942 --lat 51.7727 --radius 40 --range 10 --output ~/usr/xplanet-img/pic.jpg && mv ~/usr/xplanet-img/pic.jpg ~/usr/xplanet-img/xplanet.jpg

# waiting the delay time
sleep $DELAY
exec $0 $LONGITUDE

Das Verzeichnis ~/usr/xplanet-img dienst zur Aufnahme von weiteren Hintergrundbildern, die ich über eine Diashow anzeigen lasse.

Zur Konfiguration siehe http://joffie.swal.org/xplanet/
In ~/.xplanet/default muß noch die Zeile eingefügt werden:

Code:
...
[earth]
cloud_map=clouds.jpg
"Earth"
color={28, 82, 110}


Viel Erfolg beim Ausprobieren.
Mich würde noch interessieren, wie man diese beiden Scripte in einen CRON-Job stellen kann. Hat da jemand Vorschläge?

Gruß
Ch. Hanisch


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PostPosted: Sat May 25, 2013 6:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hanisch wrote:
Mich würde noch interessieren, wie man diese beiden Scripte in einen CRON-Job stellen kann. Hat da jemand Vorschläge?


Bei mir ist vixie-cron installiert, Dort reicht es die crontab des users entsprechend anzupassen. (crontab -e öffnet die User-Crontabs)
crontab -e
Code:
# Minute | Stunde | Tag des Monats | Monat des Jahres | Wochentag des Monats (0 - 7; 0 und 7 ist Sonntag) | [ausführender User (nur in der /etc/crontab)] | Script zum ausführen)
59 * * * *       /pfad/zum/script.sh       #Stündliches auführen
9 3 * * *    /pfad/zum/script.sh     # Tägliches Ausführen um 03:09 Uhr
19 4 * * 6 /pfad/zum/script.sh    # Wöchentliches Ausführen am Freitag um 04:19 Uhr
29 5 1 * * /pfad/zum/script.sh    # Monatliches Ausführen am 1. des Monats
*/10 * * * /pfad/zum/script.sh     # Alle 10 Minuten ausführen.


Hilfe dazu gibts auch in der crontab(5) manpage.
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