Autoconfigure a terminal email setup with mutt and offline mail
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commit aa4fb999ebbe6e99ac5e083be372b3630354c8bc
parent f589cd4dfdd00f8521c09548b77cba6f995f89a5
Author: Luke Smith <>
Date:   Fri,  1 Jan 2021 08:11:14 -0500

systemd fix, check for variables with whitespace

Mbin/mailsync | 12++++++------
1 file changed, 6 insertions(+), 6 deletions(-)

diff --git a/bin/mailsync b/bin/mailsync @@ -20,17 +20,17 @@ pgrep -x mbsync >/dev/null && { echo "mbsync is already running." ; exit ;} # archive, notmuch and the GPG home. This is done by searching common profile # files for variable assignments. This is ugly, but there are few options that # will work on the maximum number of machines. -eval `grep -h -- \ - "^\(export \)\?\(MBSYNCRC\|PASSWORD_STORE_DIR\|NOTMUCH_CONFIG\|GNUPGHOME\)=" \ - "$HOME/.profile" "$HOME/.bash_profile" "$HOME/.zprofile" "$HOME/.bashrc" "$HOME/.zshrc" "$HOME/.pam_environment" 2>/dev/null` +eval "$(grep -h -- \ + "^\s*\(export \)\?\(MBSYNCRC\|PASSWORD_STORE_DIR\|NOTMUCH_CONFIG\|GNUPGHOME\)=" \ + "$HOME/.profile" "$HOME/.bash_profile" "$HOME/.zprofile" "$HOME/.bashrc" "$HOME/.zshrc" "$HOME/.pam_environment" 2>/dev/null)" # One alternative to this kind of command would be marking the script for # /bin/sh -l. That might cause other problems on other particular setups that # do more complicated things on login, or those people who assign environmental # variables in shell rc files. -# This variable might be required for soysdemd users, but it will break the -# script on Artix runit. -# export DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS=unix:path=/run/user/$(id -u)/bus +case "$(readlink -f /sbin/init)" in + *systemd*) export DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS=unix:path=/run/user/$(id -u)/bus ;; +esac export GPG_TTY=$TTY [ -n "$MBSYNCRC" ] && alias mbsync="mbsync -c $MBSYNCRC" || MBSYNCRC="$HOME/.mbsyncrc"