nall – schedule your tasks like a pro

nall is a utility to run your scripts ( for whatever ) every defined period. Here is description:

Description : Nall is a small gtk+ application that discretely fits into your freedesktop
: system tray (such as trayer).
:
: Its purpose is to spawn periodically every kind of script and display a
: one-line output in the tooltip window. The main usage of nall is monitoring or
: just notifying of almost everything (it just depends upon your imagination and
: ability to script).

For installation :

sudo yum install nall

Once done, you can start from terminal as “nall” or create a autostart file “~/.config/autostart/nall.desktop” to start it automatically when you log in :

[Desktop Entry]
Type=Application
Exec=/usr/bin/nall
Hidden=false
NoDisplay=true
X-GNOME-Autostart-enabled=true
Name[en_US]=nall
Name=nall
Comment[en_US]=nall
Comment=nall