Here you can find various command line tools written in Bash which I have created and decided to share as there might be more people facing the same problems I have solved with them. In any case the scripts might at least provide some inspiration.
Note that most of the scripts are quite simple. However I would like to highlight vt-backup which is basically an automatic backup solution for a Linux machine, or any Unix-like machine for that matter. Should you want to set up a regular backup to an external drive or an automatic backup to your USB flash drive when connected please check it out.
vt-backup is a set of Bash scripts allowing for setting up a regular automatic performing of backups of specific files and directories using rsync.
vt-bash-utils are Bash scripts providing general purpose utility functions.
vt-battery-checker is a Bash script which uses desktop notifications to inform the user about the laptop battery state and whether the power cord is plugged in or not.
vt-lock is a simple Bash script which locks the screen when the laptop lid is closed.
vt-resize-pictures is a really simple ImageMagick wrapper written in Bash aimed at batch image resizing. Currently it uses hardcoded parameters and users are encouraged to adjust the script to meet their needs.
vt-sqlinit is a really simple Bash script allowing for convenient initialisation of relational databases using SQL files organised in a prescribed directory structure.