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  • Posted a comment on discussion Open Discussion on Network Caller ID

    Excellent. I was hoping you would take an interest in improving the script. Maybe we can set up a Wiki page for you to add the links to the pastebin posts. I can put you in a group to maintain pages. The blacklist number entries for hangup must contain only digits. Use the command cidcall -f0 to view the raw call log. The numbers in there are how they would be entered in the alias/blacklist/whitelist files if not using regex. If a country code is included, it will be in the call file. If you use...

  • Posted a comment on discussion Open Discussion on Network Caller ID

    Hey Ron, Thanks for the correction. I updated the mkbl file. Linux sort does sort on columns using the -k option. You should get use to reading information about commands. Here are two ways: sort --help man sort Use the command option --help if you know what you are doing, otherwise use man. When man does not help enough do a Google query, something like: Linux sort on a column The above query gave these two links among others: files - Sort based on the third column - Unix & Linux Stack Exchange...

  • Modified a comment on discussion Open Discussion on Network Caller ID

    You can easily write a shell script to do the steps you would do manually. The hard part is knowning the commands to execute. Attached is a simple shell script called mkbl. It combines the ncidd.blacklist file, and your LIST file into a temporary file, removes duplicate lines, and creates a new ncidd.blacklist file. It does not replace /etc/ncid/ncidd.blacklist. You need to make sure the new blacklist file is correct before you replace it. The script does not create your LIST file. That is up to...

  • Posted a comment on discussion Open Discussion on Network Caller ID

    You can easily write a shell script to do the steps you would do manually. The hard part is knowning the commands to execute. Attached is a simple shell script called mkbl. It combines the ncidd.blacklist file, and your LIST file into a temporary file, removes duplicate lines, and creates a new ncidd.blacklist file. It does not replace /etc/ncid/ncidd.blacklist. You need to make sure the new blacklist file is correct before you replace it. The script does not create your LIST file. That is up to...

  • Posted a comment on discussion Open Discussion on Network Caller ID

    Yes I can add it as a wish list, but my Android phone does not recombine them. It displays them the same way as NCID. MMS does not have the limitation on message length that SMS has. Maybe some of your messages are MMS?

  • Posted a comment on discussion Open Discussion on Network Caller ID

    Richard, The ciddata.log file shows the messages as they were received. The server does not truncate them. SMS splits a message into multiple messages when it is sent if it is too long.

  • Posted a comment on discussion Open Discussion on Network Caller ID

    Hey Ron, You probably want to do this in a GUI but using the command line is the best method. Assuming you have the list in the proper format, you can cat it into ncidd.blacklist: sudo bash -c 'cat list >> /etc/ncid/ncidd.blacklist' However, this does not remove any duplicate numbers. You can write a script, see the FCC2ncid script that appends the FCC data to ncidd.blacklist at https://sourceforge.net/p/ncid/wiki/FCC%20Data%20on%20Unwanted%20Calls/ to give you an idea of how to create a script to...

  • Posted a comment on discussion Open Discussion on Network Caller ID

    Hi Richard, The ncid window can be expanded and the new size saved. Every notification is actually one line that wraps. When I expand my window full screen I still get a little line wrap on notifications.

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