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+ <SOURCES>
+ <root url="jar://$PROJECT_DIR$/lib/forms-1.2.1-src.jar!/" />
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+<component name="libraryTable">
+ <library name="JUnit">
+ <CLASSES>
+ <root url="jar://$PROJECT_DIR$/lib/junit-4.6.jar!/" />
+ </CLASSES>
+ <JAVADOC />
+ <SOURCES>
+ <root url="jar://$PROJECT_DIR$/lib/junit-4.6-src.jar!/" />
+ </SOURCES>
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+<component name="libraryTable">
+ <library name="JavaCSV">
+ <CLASSES>
+ <root url="jar://$PROJECT_DIR$/lib/javacsv-2.0.jar!/" />
+ </CLASSES>
+ <JAVADOC>
+ <root url="jar://$PROJECT_DIR$/lib/javacsv-2.0-doc.jar!/" />
+ </JAVADOC>
+ <SOURCES>
+ <root url="jar://$PROJECT_DIR$/lib/javacsv-2.0-src.jar!/" />
+ </SOURCES>
+ </library>
+</component>
9 .idea/libraries/RXTX.xml
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+<component name="libraryTable">
+ <library name="RXTX">
+ <CLASSES>
+ <root url="jar://$PROJECT_DIR$/lib/RXTXcomm.jar!/" />
+ </CLASSES>
+ <JAVADOC />
+ <SOURCES />
+ </library>
+</component>
15 .idea/libraries/SwingWorker.xml
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+<component name="libraryTable">
+ <library name="SwingWorker">
+ <CLASSES>
+ <root url="jar://$PROJECT_DIR$/lib/swing-worker-1.2.jar!/" />
+ </CLASSES>
+ <JAVADOC>
+ <root url="jar://$PROJECT_DIR$/lib/swing-worker-doc-1.2.zip!/" />
+ </JAVADOC>
+ <SOURCES>
+ <root url="jar://$PROJECT_DIR$/lib/swing-worker-src-1.2.zip!/src/demo" />
+ <root url="jar://$PROJECT_DIR$/lib/swing-worker-src-1.2.zip!/src/java" />
+ <root url="jar://$PROJECT_DIR$/lib/swing-worker-src-1.2.zip!/src/test" />
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+ </library>
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13 .idea/libraries/Swing_Application_Framework.xml
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+<component name="libraryTable">
+ <library name="Swing Application Framework">
+ <CLASSES>
+ <root url="jar://$PROJECT_DIR$/lib/AppFramework-1.03.jar!/" />
+ </CLASSES>
+ <JAVADOC>
+ <root url="jar://$PROJECT_DIR$/lib/AppFramework-1.03-doc.zip!/AppFramework-1.03/javadoc" />
+ </JAVADOC>
+ <SOURCES>
+ <root url="jar://$PROJECT_DIR$/lib/AppFramework-1.03-src.zip!/AppFramework-1.03/src" />
+ </SOURCES>
+ </library>
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+<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
+<project version="4">
+ <component name="DependencyValidationManager">
+ <option name="SKIP_IMPORT_STATEMENTS" value="false" />
+ </component>
+ <component name="EntryPointsManager">
+ <entry_points version="2.0" />
+ </component>
+ <component name="JavadocGenerationManager">
+ <option name="OUTPUT_DIRECTORY" />
+ <option name="OPTION_SCOPE" value="protected" />
+ <option name="OPTION_HIERARCHY" value="true" />
+ <option name="OPTION_NAVIGATOR" value="true" />
+ <option name="OPTION_INDEX" value="true" />
+ <option name="OPTION_SEPARATE_INDEX" value="true" />
+ <option name="OPTION_DOCUMENT_TAG_USE" value="false" />
+ <option name="OPTION_DOCUMENT_TAG_AUTHOR" value="false" />
+ <option name="OPTION_DOCUMENT_TAG_VERSION" value="false" />
+ <option name="OPTION_DOCUMENT_TAG_DEPRECATED" value="true" />
+ <option name="OPTION_DEPRECATED_LIST" value="true" />
+ <option name="OTHER_OPTIONS" value="" />
+ <option name="HEAP_SIZE" />
+ <option name="LOCALE" />
+ <option name="OPEN_IN_BROWSER" value="true" />
+ </component>
+ <component name="ProjectResources">
+ <default-html-doctype>http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml</default-html-doctype>
+ </component>
+ <component name="ProjectRootManager" version="2" languageLevel="JDK_1_5" assert-keyword="true" jdk-15="true" project-jdk-name="1.6" project-jdk-type="JavaSDK">
+ <output url="file://$PROJECT_DIR$/build" />
+ </component>
+</project>
+
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+<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
+<project version="4">
+ <component name="ProjectModuleManager">
+ <modules>
+ <module fileurl="file://$PROJECT_DIR$/sleeparchiver.iml" filepath="$PROJECT_DIR$/sleeparchiver.iml" />
+ </modules>
+ </component>
+</project>
+
40 .idea/projectCodeStyle.xml
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+<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
+<project version="4">
+ <component name="CodeStyleSettingsManager">
+ <option name="PER_PROJECT_SETTINGS">
+ <value>
+ <ADDITIONAL_INDENT_OPTIONS fileType="java">
+ <option name="INDENT_SIZE" value="4" />
+ <option name="CONTINUATION_INDENT_SIZE" value="8" />
+ <option name="TAB_SIZE" value="4" />
+ <option name="USE_TAB_CHARACTER" value="false" />
+ <option name="SMART_TABS" value="false" />
+ <option name="LABEL_INDENT_SIZE" value="0" />
+ <option name="LABEL_INDENT_ABSOLUTE" value="false" />
+ <option name="USE_RELATIVE_INDENTS" value="false" />
+ </ADDITIONAL_INDENT_OPTIONS>
+ <ADDITIONAL_INDENT_OPTIONS fileType="jsp">
+ <option name="INDENT_SIZE" value="4" />
+ <option name="CONTINUATION_INDENT_SIZE" value="8" />
+ <option name="TAB_SIZE" value="4" />
+ <option name="USE_TAB_CHARACTER" value="false" />
+ <option name="SMART_TABS" value="false" />
+ <option name="LABEL_INDENT_SIZE" value="0" />
+ <option name="LABEL_INDENT_ABSOLUTE" value="false" />
+ <option name="USE_RELATIVE_INDENTS" value="false" />
+ </ADDITIONAL_INDENT_OPTIONS>
+ <ADDITIONAL_INDENT_OPTIONS fileType="xml">
+ <option name="INDENT_SIZE" value="4" />
+ <option name="CONTINUATION_INDENT_SIZE" value="8" />
+ <option name="TAB_SIZE" value="4" />
+ <option name="USE_TAB_CHARACTER" value="false" />
+ <option name="SMART_TABS" value="false" />
+ <option name="LABEL_INDENT_SIZE" value="0" />
+ <option name="LABEL_INDENT_ABSOLUTE" value="false" />
+ <option name="USE_RELATIVE_INDENTS" value="false" />
+ </ADDITIONAL_INDENT_OPTIONS>
+ </value>
+ </option>
+ </component>
+</project>
+
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+<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
+<project version="4">
+ <component name="VcsDirectoryMappings">
+ <mapping directory="" vcs="Git" />
+ </component>
+</project>
+
66 .idea/workspace.xml
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+<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
+<project version="4">
+ <component name="RunManager" selected="Application.SleepArchiver">
+ <configuration default="false" name="SleepArchiver" type="Application" factoryName="Application">
+ <option name="MAIN_CLASS_NAME" value="com.pavelfatin.sleeparchiver.SleepArchiver" />
+ <option name="VM_PARAMETERS" value="-Djava.library.path=etc/x86" />
+ <option name="PROGRAM_PARAMETERS" value="" />
+ <option name="WORKING_DIRECTORY" value="file://$PROJECT_DIR$" />
+ <option name="ALTERNATIVE_JRE_PATH_ENABLED" value="false" />
+ <option name="ALTERNATIVE_JRE_PATH" value="" />
+ <option name="ENABLE_SWING_INSPECTOR" value="false" />
+ <option name="ENV_VARIABLES" />
+ <option name="PASS_PARENT_ENVS" value="true" />
+ <module name="SleepArchiver" />
+ <envs />
+ <RunnerSettings RunnerId="Debug">
+ <option name="DEBUG_PORT" value="2309" />
+ <option name="TRANSPORT" value="0" />
+ <option name="LOCAL" value="true" />
+ </RunnerSettings>
+ <RunnerSettings RunnerId="Profile ">
+ <option name="myExternalizedOptions" value="&#13;&#10;additional-options2=onexit\=snapshot&#13;&#10;" />
+ </RunnerSettings>
+ <RunnerSettings RunnerId="Run" />
+ <ConfigurationWrapper RunnerId="Debug" />
+ <ConfigurationWrapper RunnerId="Run" />
+ <method />
+ </configuration>
+ <configuration default="false" name="tests" type="JUnit" factoryName="JUnit">
+ <module name="SleepArchiver" />
+ <option name="ALTERNATIVE_JRE_PATH_ENABLED" value="false" />
+ <option name="ALTERNATIVE_JRE_PATH" value="" />
+ <option name="PACKAGE_NAME" value="com.pavelfatin.sleeparchiver" />
+ <option name="MAIN_CLASS_NAME" value="" />
+ <option name="METHOD_NAME" value="" />
+ <option name="TEST_OBJECT" value="package" />
+ <option name="VM_PARAMETERS" value="" />
+ <option name="PARAMETERS" value="" />
+ <option name="WORKING_DIRECTORY" value="file://$PROJECT_DIR$" />
+ <option name="ENV_VARIABLES" />
+ <option name="PASS_PARENT_ENVS" value="true" />
+ <option name="TEST_SEARCH_SCOPE">
+ <value defaultName="moduleWithDependencies" />
+ </option>
+ <envs />
+ <patterns />
+ <RunnerSettings RunnerId="Debug">
+ <option name="DEBUG_PORT" value="2544" />
+ <option name="TRANSPORT" value="0" />
+ <option name="LOCAL" value="true" />
+ </RunnerSettings>
+ <RunnerSettings RunnerId="Profile ">
+ <option name="myExternalizedOptions" value="&#13;&#10;additional-options2=onexit\=snapshot&#13;&#10;" />
+ </RunnerSettings>
+ <RunnerSettings RunnerId="Run" />
+ <ConfigurationWrapper RunnerId="Debug" />
+ <ConfigurationWrapper RunnerId="Run" />
+ <method />
+ </configuration>
+ <list size="2">
+ <item index="0" class="java.lang.String" itemvalue="Application.SleepArchiver" />
+ <item index="1" class="java.lang.String" itemvalue="JUnit.tests" />
+ </list>
+ </component>
+</project>
+
280 build.xml
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+<project name="SleepArchiver" default="build-all">
+ <!--Configuration-->
+
+ <property name="product" value="SleepArchiver"/>
+ <property name="version" value="1.0.2"/>
+ <property name="description" value="Sleep data manager"/>
+ <property name="company" value="Pavel Fatin"/>
+ <property name="website" value="http://pavelfatin.com/sleeparchiver/"/>
+
+ <fileset id="libraries.production" dir="lib/">
+ <include name="AppFramework-1.03.jar"/>
+ <include name="forms-1.2.1.jar"/>
+ <include name="javacsv-2.0.jar"/>
+ <include name="RXTXcomm.jar"/>
+ <include name="swing-worker-1.2.jar"/>
+ </fileset>
+
+ <property name="class.main" value="com.pavelfatin.sleeparchiver.SleepArchiver"/>
+
+ <property name="file.windows.x86" value="${product}-v${version}-windows-x86.exe"/>
+ <property name="file.windows.x64" value="${product}-v${version}-windows-x64.exe"/>
+ <property name="file.portable" value="${product}-v${version}-portable.zip"/>
+ <property name="file.linux.x86" value="${product}-v${version}-linux-x86.zip"/>
+ <property name="file.linux.x64" value="${product}-v${version}-linux-x64.zip"/>
+ <property name="file.mac" value="${product}-v${version}-mac.zip"/>
+
+ <!--Build-->
+
+ <property name="dir.build" value="${basedir}/build"/>
+ <property name="dir.build.production" value="${dir.build}/production"/>
+ <property name="dir.build.test" value="${dir.build}/test"/>
+ <property name="dir.build.report" value="${dir.build}/report"/>
+ <property name="dir.build.lib" value="${dir.build}/lib"/>
+
+ <property name="dir.script" value="${basedir}/script"/>
+ <property name="dir.src" value="${basedir}/src"/>
+ <property name="dir.test" value="${basedir}/test"/>
+ <property name="dir.etc" value="${basedir}/etc"/>
+
+ <property name="dir.license" value="${dir.etc}/license"/>
+ <property name="dir.x86" value="${dir.etc}/x86"/>
+ <property name="dir.x64" value="${dir.etc}/x64"/>
+
+ <property name="file.jar" value="${product}.jar"/>
+ <property name="file.launcher" value="${product}.exe"/>
+
+ <path id="classpath.production">
+ <fileset refid="libraries.production"/>
+ </path>
+
+ <path id="classpath.test">
+ <path refid="classpath.production"/>
+ <pathelement location="lib/junit-4.6.jar"/>
+ <pathelement location="${dir.build.production}"/>
+ </path>
+
+ <taskdef name="nsis" classname="net.sf.nsisant.Task">
+ <classpath location="lib/nsisant-1.2.jar"/>
+ </taskdef>
+
+ <target name="build-all" depends="clean, run-tests, build-windows-x86, build-windows-x64,
+ build-portable, build-linux-x86, build-linux-x64, build-mac, schema, finalize"/>
+
+ <target name="clean">
+ <delete dir="${dir.build}"/>
+ </target>
+
+ <target name="prepare" depends="clean">
+ <mkdir dir="${dir.build}"/>
+ </target>
+
+ <target name="compile-classes" depends="prepare">
+ <mkdir dir="${dir.build.production}"/>
+ <javac classpathref="classpath.production"
+ srcdir="${dir.src}"
+ destdir="${dir.build.production}"
+ debug="false"
+ optimize="true"
+ deprecation="on"/>
+ <copy todir="${dir.build.production}">
+ <fileset dir="${dir.src}">
+ <exclude name="**/*.java"/>
+ </fileset>
+ </copy>
+ </target>
+
+ <target name="compile-tests" depends="compile-classes">
+ <mkdir dir="${dir.build.test}"/>
+ <javac classpathref="classpath.test"
+ srcdir="${dir.test}"
+ destdir="${dir.build.test}"
+ deprecation="on"/>
+ <copy todir="${dir.build.test}">
+ <fileset dir="${dir.test}">
+ <exclude name="**/*.java"/>
+ </fileset>
+ </copy>
+ </target>
+
+ <target name="run-tests" depends="compile-tests">
+ <mkdir dir="${dir.build.report}"/>
+ <junit printsummary="true" failureproperty="junit.failure">
+ <classpath refid="classpath.test"/>
+ <classpath location="${dir.build.test}"/>
+ <batchtest todir="${dir.build.report}">
+ <fileset dir="${dir.build.test}" includes="**/*Test.class"/>
+ <formatter type="plain"/>
+ </batchtest>
+ </junit>
+ <fail if="junit.failure" message="Unit test(s) failed. Please, check reports!"/>
+ </target>
+
+ <target name="jars" depends="compile-classes">
+ <pathconvert property="manifest.classpath"
+ pathsep=" ">
+ <path refid="classpath.production"/>
+ <chainedmapper>
+ <flattenmapper/>
+ <globmapper from="*" to="lib/*"/>
+ </chainedmapper>
+ </pathconvert>
+
+ <jar destfile="${dir.build}/${file.jar}" level="9">
+ <manifest>
+ <attribute name="Built-By" value="${company}"/>
+ <attribute name="Version" value="${version}"/>
+ <attribute name="Main-Class" value="${class.main}"/>
+ <attribute name="Class-Path" value="${manifest.classpath}"/>
+ </manifest>
+ <fileset dir="${dir.build.production}" excludes=""/>
+ </jar>
+
+ <mkdir dir="${dir.build.lib}"/>
+
+ <copy todir="${dir.build.lib}">
+ <fileset refid="libraries.production"/>
+ </copy>
+ </target>
+
+ <target name="scripts" depends="prepare">
+ <fixcrlf srcdir="${dir.etc}" destdir="${dir.build}" eol="lf" eof="remove" includes="*.sh"/>
+ </target>
+
+ <target name="schema" depends="prepare">
+ <copy file="${dir.src}/com/pavelfatin/sleeparchiver/model/document.xsd" todir="${dir.build}" />
+ </target>
+
+ <target name="build-linux-x86" depends="jars, scripts">
+ <build-linux file="${file.linux.x86}" platform="${dir.x86}"/>
+ </target>
+
+ <target name="build-linux-x64" depends="jars, scripts">
+ <build-linux file="${file.linux.x64}" platform="${dir.x64}"/>
+ </target>
+
+ <macrodef name="build-linux">
+ <attribute name="file"/>
+ <attribute name="platform"/>
+ <sequential>
+ <zip destfile="${dir.build}/@{file}" level="9">
+ <zipfileset file="${dir.build}/${file.jar}" prefix="${product}"/>
+ <zipfileset dir="${dir.etc}" prefix="${product}">
+ <include name="Tutorial.xmz"/>
+ </zipfileset>
+ <zipfileset file="${dir.build}/installer.sh" fullpath="${product}/install.sh" filemode="755"/>
+ <zipfileset file="${dir.build}/launcher.sh" fullpath="${product}/${product}.sh" filemode="755"/>
+ <zipfileset file="${dir.etc}/readme-linux.txt" fullpath="${product}/readme.txt"/>
+ <zipfileset file="@{platform}/librxtxSerial.so" prefix="${product}"/>
+ <zipfileset dir="${dir.build.lib}" prefix="${product}/lib"/>
+ <zipfileset dir="${dir.license}" prefix="${product}/license"/>
+ </zip>
+ </sequential>
+ </macrodef>
+
+ <target name="build-portable" depends="launcher, jars">
+ <zip destfile="${dir.build}/${file.portable}" level="9">
+ <zipfileset dir="${dir.build}" prefix="${product}">
+ <include name="${file.jar}"/>
+ <include name="${file.launcher}"/>
+ </zipfileset>
+ <zipfileset dir="${dir.etc}" prefix="${product}">
+ <include name="rxtxSerial.dll"/>
+ <include name="Tutorial.xmz"/>
+ </zipfileset>
+ <zipfileset file="${dir.etc}/readme-windows.txt" fullpath="${product}/readme.txt"/>
+ <zipfileset dir="${dir.build.lib}" prefix="${product}/lib"/>
+ <zipfileset dir="${dir.license}" prefix="${product}/license"/>
+ <zipfileset file="${dir.etc}/settings.txt" prefix="${product}/settings"/>
+ </zip>
+ </target>
+
+ <target name="build-mac" depends="jars">
+ <zip destfile="${dir.build}/${file.mac}" level="9">
+ <zipfileset dir="${dir.build}" prefix="${product}">
+ <include name="${file.jar}"/>
+ </zipfileset>
+ <zipfileset dir="${dir.etc}" prefix="${product}">
+ <include name="librxtxSerial.jnilib"/>
+ <include name="Tutorial.xmz"/>
+ </zipfileset>
+ <zipfileset file="${dir.etc}/readme-mac.txt" fullpath="${product}/readme.txt"/>
+ <zipfileset file="${dir.build}/configure-serial.sh" prefix="${product}" filemode="755"/>
+ <zipfileset file="${dir.build}/launcher.sh" fullpath="${product}/${product}.sh" filemode="755"/>
+ <zipfileset dir="${dir.build.lib}" prefix="${product}/lib"/>
+ <zipfileset dir="${dir.license}" prefix="${product}/license"/>
+ </zip>
+ </target>
+
+ <target name="launcher" depends="prepare">
+ <nsis script="script/Launcher.nsi">
+ <define name="PATH_OUT" value="${dir.build}/${file.launcher}"/>
+
+ <define name="DIR_FILES" value="${dir.etc}"/>
+
+ <define name="FILE_ICON" value="compound.ico"/>
+
+ <define name="FILE_JAR" value="${file.jar}"/>
+ <define name="FILE_JAVA" value="javaw.exe"/>
+ <define name="JAVA_NUMBER" value="6.0.100"/>
+ <define name="JAVA_VERSION" value="1.6.0_10"/>
+ <define name="JAVA_URL" value="http://java.com/download/"/>
+
+ <define name="PRODUCT" value="${product}"/>
+ <define name="DESCRIPTION" value="${description}"/>
+ <define name="VERSION" value="${version}"/>
+ <define name="COMPANY" value="${company}"/>
+ <define name="FILENAME" value="${file.launcher}"/>
+ </nsis>
+ </target>
+
+ <target name="build-windows-x86" depends="launcher, jars">
+ <build-windows file="${file.windows.x86}" platform="${dir.x86}"/>
+ </target>
+
+ <target name="build-windows-x64" depends="launcher, jars">
+ <build-windows file="${file.windows.x64}" platform="${dir.x64}"/>
+ </target>
+
+ <macrodef name="build-windows">
+ <attribute name="file"/>
+ <attribute name="platform"/>
+ <sequential>
+ <nsis script="script/Installer.nsi">
+ <define name="PATH_OUT" value="${dir.build}/@{file}"/>
+
+ <define name="DIR_BUILD" value="${dir.build}"/>
+ <define name="DIR_FILES" value="${dir.etc}"/>
+ <define name="DIR_PLATFORM" value="@{platform}"/>
+ <define name="DIR_LIBS" value="${dir.build.lib}"/>
+ <define name="DIR_LICENSES" value="${dir.license}"/>
+
+ <define name="FILE_JAR" value="${file.jar}"/>
+ <define name="FILE_LAUNCHER" value="${file.launcher}"/>
+ <define name="FILE_ICON" value="compound.ico"/>
+ <define name="FILE_LICENSE" value="license.txt"/>
+
+ <define name="TITLE" value="${product} ${version}"/>
+
+ <define name="PRODUCT" value="${product}"/>
+ <define name="DESCRIPTION" value="${description}"/>
+ <define name="VERSION" value="${version}"/>
+ <define name="COMPANY" value="${company}"/>
+ <define name="WEBSITE" value="${website}"/>
+ <define name="FILENAME" value="@{file}"/>
+ </nsis>
+ </sequential>
+ </macrodef>
+
+ <target name="finalize">
+ <delete file="${dir.build}/${file.jar}"/>
+ <delete file="${dir.build}/${file.launcher}"/>
+ <delete>
+ <fileset dir="${dir.build}" includes="*.sh"/>
+ </delete>
+ <delete dir="${dir.build.production}"/>
+ <delete dir="${dir.build.test}"/>
+ <delete dir="${dir.build.report}"/>
+ <delete dir="${dir.build.lib}"/>
+ </target>
+</project>
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26 etc/configure-serial.sh
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+#!/bin/zsh
+
+if [[ -d /var/spool/uucp ]]; then
+ echo This directory has already existed.;
+else
+ sudo mkdir /var/spool/uucp;
+fi
+
+if [[ -d /var/lock ]]; then
+ echo This directory has already existed.;
+else
+ sudo mkdir /var/lock;
+fi
+
+sudo chmod 775 /var/spool/uucp
+sudo chmod 775 /var/lock
+sudo chgrp uucp /var/spool/uucp
+sudo chgrp uucp /var/lock
+
+ls -l /var/spool/ | grep uucp
+ls -l /var/ | grep lock
+
+who -H am i
+
+sudo dscl . -append /Groups/uucp GroupMembership ${PWD:t}
+dscl . -read /Groups/uucp | grep GroupMembership
9 etc/installer.sh
@@ -0,0 +1,9 @@
+#!/bin/bash
+
+echo "Installing Sun JRE..."
+apt-get install sun-java6-bin
+
+echo "Installing Core Fonts..."
+apt-get install msttcorefonts
+
+echo "Done"
3  etc/launcher.sh
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+#!/bin/bash
+
+java -Djava.library.path=. -jar SleepArchiver.jar
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511 etc/license/app-framework-license.txt
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+Copyright (c) 2005-2006 Sun Microsystems, Inc., 4150 Network Circle, Santa
+Clara, California 95054, U.S.A. All rights reserved. Use is subject
+to license terms below. Sun, Sun Microsystems and the Sun logo are
+trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the
+U.S. and other countries.
+
+Notice: This product is covered by U.S. export control laws and may be
+subject to the export or import laws in other countries. These laws may
+restrict the fields of use for this software and may require you to
+secure government authorization.
+
+ GNU LESSER GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
+ Version 2.1, February 1999
+
+ Copyright (C) 1991, 1999 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+ 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA
+ Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies
+ of this license document, but changing it is not allowed.
+
+[This is the first released version of the Lesser GPL. It also counts
+ as the successor of the GNU Library Public License, version 2, hence
+ the version number 2.1.]
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