Save cached video

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Description:

In a response to requests this script will copy cached video to your home directory. Usage is just: mozz [filename] where filename is the name you want to save as.

Installation: save mozz, chmod 755 mozz then copy it to anywhere on your $PATH.
Last changelog:

7 years ago

Initial release

0.2 Avoid possible reference to ~/.adobe/Flash_Player

ubuntix07

7 years ago

Hi!
It seems your script doesn't work anymore due to some changes maybe! I'm using chromium!
In terminal, the output is : "No running instance found" ... there's a video loaded!
Thks!

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ubuntix07

7 years ago

Hello!
I did exactly what you say ( saved in my home directory / chmod 755 ) When i type the command , i.e mozz test in a terminal, the reponse is : command not found!

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marcaemus

7 years ago

Glad you like it. If you move it to ~/bin or, as super user, to /usr/bin then you can use it just as mozz.

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ubuntix07

7 years ago

Ok !
The right command is : ./mozz test .... and it works like a charme!
Thks a lot for this little tool!

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7 years ago

Initial release

0.2 Avoid possible reference to ~/.adobe/Flash_Player

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