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ATScript

   0.1  

CLI utility

Score 56%
Downloads:  24
Submitted:  Jul 23 2009

Description:

The story

This tiny piece of software I have written, while having no internet connection and... surprise... no /bin/chat program.
So, basically what does atscript do, and what is it written for?
Well, I live in russia and we have a bank here called Sberbank. The only way to check how much money you have on your card is: either call the automated service, enter about 60 digits and get the desired info OR go to the bank. No internet option is avaliable. Or you can pay a monthly fee and find out the information using SMS.
Since their quality of service is awful, I do not want to pay them anything. So, I have come up with this piece of software.

The task
We need to grab our old modem (I used oldskool courier v.34, ripped of the speaker and connected it to line-in of soundcard instead. Some newer modems already have the jacks, so you won't need that.). The modem should call the bank, enter all the credentials, than th pc should record the answer of the system and that's it. You can put that in cron, for instance.

Installation
This is casual. Just make sure you have cmake around.
tar vxf atscript-0.1.tar.gz
cd atscript-0.1
cmake .
make
sudo make install

If you have no cmake and do not want to install it, you can just gcc -o atscript main.c, and do the other stuff by hand.

Usage
Once you have done it all, you have some new files on your system. in /usr/share/examples/atscript (or /usr/local/share/examples/atscript) you will find to script examples.
time.atscript and sberbank.atscript.
These scripts demonstrate how this software works.
All fields are separated by ONE tab, so pay attention.
The syntax is simple

AT OK 0 - how many seconds should I wait after I got expected responce from modem and before doing anything else
| |
| |- expected responce from modem
|
|--- AT Command


frk/sys usage
These commands allow to execute external programs.
frk - forks it in background, sys - waits for the program to do all the needed stuff. You can use these to setup alsa mixer, for instance. Syntax is similar, the last field is timeout.

frk uname -a 0
sys uname -a 0


You may want to have a look at the example scripts, since it's all quite simple.

Some hints about dialing rules.
Make sure to setup S8 register. It holds the time it seconds, that a comma (,) will cause to pause
ATDT100,1 will dial 100 in tone, than pause for S8 seconds and then dial one.
W - meens wait for another dial tone
# symbol should be quoted, "#".
For more hints consult the docs for your modem.

Running
When you have written your own script, just run and it should work.
atscript /dev/ttyS0 /path/to/my/script.atscript

If you have any questions - you can contact me through jabber:
aifiltr0 [at] invyl.ath.cx




Changelog:

0.1 - Initial version. Tested and working




LicenseGPL
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