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How to call command in a .sh file?

Started by Bos Lights, August 15, 2023, 04:27:32 PM

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Bos Lights

On FPP 7.0.  How do you use these commands in an .sh file?  I cannot seem to get this working.



-t CommandPresetSlot         - Trigger FPP Command Preset via Slot # or Preset Name

In .sh tried:
  • fpp -t "preset name"
  • fpp -t #

-C FPPCOMMAND ARG1 ARG2 ...  - Trigger the FPP Command

In .sh tried:
  • fpp -C "command name"










Thanks 😊

dkulp

They are actual FPP commands.   If you hit the "Run Command" at the bottom, they should be in the list.
Daniel Kulp - https://kulplights.com

Bos Lights

Thanks dkulp!  I see it now 🙈, I will be auto running commands from play lists and schedule to turn on and off the Remote Falcon public control interface 🤓

bloojoop

I can't tell if you still have a question or not, but if yes, then you can add commands to your playlist or schedule them directly.  Any of the built in commands can be added to playlists and/or scheduled.  This includes commands for remote falcon as that plugin adds commands to the list. 
--Ron A.

Bos Lights

Thank you bloojoop for clarifying, I did find  the commands in those areas :D 

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