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Pushover Bash Script

A Bash shell script to send pushover notifications. A Pushover account is required to use this script.

Based on the original Pushover Bash by akusei.

Usage

usage: pushover.sh <apikey> <userkey> <message> [options]

  -t,  --token APIKEY        The pushover.net API Key for your application
  -u,  --user USERKEY        Your pushover.net user key
  -m,  --message MESSAGE     The message to send; supports HTML formatting
  -a,  --attachment filename The Picture you want to send
  -T,  --title TITLE         Title of the message
  -d,  --device NAME         Comma seperated list of devices to receive message
  -U,  --url URL             URL to send with message
       --url-title URLTITLE  Title of the URL
  -p,  --priority PRIORITY   Priority of the message
                               -2 - no notification/alert
                               -1 - quiet notification
                                0 - normal priority
                                1 - bypass the user's quiet hours
                                2 - require confirmation from the user
  -e,  --expire SECONDS      Set expiration time for for notifications with priority 2 (default 180)
  -r,  --retry COUNT         Set retry period for notifications with priority 2 (default 30)
  -s,  --sound SOUND         Notification sound to play with message
                                pushover - Pushover (default)
                                bike - Bike
                                bugle - Bugle
                                cashregister - Cash Register
                                classical - Classical
                                cosmic - Cosmic
                                falling - Falling
                                gamelan - Gamelan
                                incoming - Incoming
                                intermission - Intermission
                                magic - Magic
                                mechanical - Mechanical
                                pianobar - Piano Bar
                                siren - Siren
                                spacealarm - Space Alarm
                                tugboat - Tug Boat
                                alien - Alien Alarm (long)
                                climb - Climb (long)
                                persistent - Persistent (long)
                                echo - Pushover Echo (long)
                                updown - Up Down (long)
                                none - None (silent)
  -x,  --validate            If set, it will only validate the account
  -v,  --verbose             Return API execution reply to stdout
  -d,  --debug               Print out debugging information
                                WARNING, this will output your user key and token to stdout

Configuration

Configuration files can be placed in /etc/pushover/pushover-config, in the user's home directory at $HOME/.pushover/pushover-config, or in the root of this repository. The options are processed in order of importance for location. You can copy pushover-config-dist to pushover-config in any of these places.

  1. Options in /etc/pushover/pushover-config are processed first
  2. Options in $HOME/.pushover/pushover-config are processed next
  3. Options in ./pushover-config are processed next
  4. Command line arguments override all configuration values

The default configuration is empty and contains the following:

api_token=
user_key=
device=
url=
url_title=
priority=
title=
sound=

NOTE: If you have a value defined in /etc/default/ and also have overrides in $HOME/.pushover/ all empty options in $HOME/.pushover/ must not exist in the file. For example, I have the following configuration in /etc/default/

api_token=my-app-api-token
user_key=my-user-key
device=
url=
url_title="I want all URLs to have this title"
priority=
title="this is a generic title"
sound=

If I want to override only title for a specific user, the configuration in $HOME/.pushover/ will look like this

title="title for specific user"

Support

  • For PHP Composer based projects, see COMPOSER.md
  • For Node.js/NPM based projects, see NPM.md
  • Currently working on Python's PyPi

Examples

Send a simple "This is a test" message to all devices using the stored configuration in either /etc/default/pushover-config, $HOME/.pushover/pushover-config, or ./pushover-config

pushover.sh -m "This is a test"

Send a simple "This is a test" message to all devices using the specified API token and user key

pushover.sh -t token -u key -m "This is a test"

Send a simple "This is a test" message with the title "Test Title" to all devices using the specified API token and user key

pushover.sh -t token -u key -m "This is a test" -T "Test Title"

Send a simple "This is a test" message to the devices named "Phone" and "Home Desktop" using the specified API token and user key

pushover.sh -t token -u key -m "This is a test" -d "Phone,Home Desktop"

Send a simple "This is a test" message to all devices that contains a link to www.google.com titled "Google" using the specified API token and user key

pushover.sh -t token -u key -m "This is a test" -U "http://www.google.com" --url-title Google

Send a simple "This is a test" high priority message to all devices using the specified API token and user key

pushover.sh -t token -u key -m "This is a test" -p 1

Send a simple "This is a test" message to all devices that uses the sound of a bike bell as the notification sound using the specified API token and user key

pushover.sh -t token -u key -m "This is a test" -s bike

Sends a simple "This is a test Pic" message to all devices and send the Picture with the message

pushover.sh -t token -u key -m "This is a test Pic" -a /path/to/pic.jpg

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