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#!/usr/bin/env bash
# vim: noai:ts=4:sw=4:expandtab
# shellcheck source=/dev/null
# shellcheck disable=2009
#
# Neofetch: A command-line system information tool written in bash 3.2+.
# https://github.com/dylanaraps/neofetch
#
# The MIT License (MIT)
#
# Copyright (c) 2015-2021 Dylan Araps
#
# Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
# of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal
# in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights
# to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell
# copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is
# furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
#
# The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all
# copies or substantial portions of the Software.
#
# THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
# IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
# FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
# AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
# LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
# OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE
# SOFTWARE.
version=7.1.0
# Fallback to a value of '5' for shells which support bash
# but do not set the 'BASH_' shell variables (osh).
bash_version=${BASH_VERSINFO[0]:-5}
shopt -s eval_unsafe_arith &>/dev/null
sys_locale=${LANG:-C}
XDG_CONFIG_HOME=${XDG_CONFIG_HOME:-${HOME}/.config}
PATH=$PATH:/usr/xpg4/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin:/usr/etc:/usr/libexec
reset='\e[0m'
shopt -s nocasematch
# Speed up script by not using unicode.
LC_ALL=C
LANG=C
# Fix issues with gsettings.
export GIO_EXTRA_MODULES=/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/gio/modules/
# Neofetch default config.
read -rd '' config <<'EOF'
# See this wiki page for more info:
# https://github.com/dylanaraps/neofetch/wiki/Customizing-Info
print_info() {
info title
info underline
info "OS" distro
info "Host" model
info "Kernel" kernel
info "Uptime" uptime
info "Packages" packages
info "Shell" shell
info "Resolution" resolution
info "DE" de
info "WM" wm
info "WM Theme" wm_theme
info "Theme" theme
info "Icons" icons
info "Terminal" term
info "Terminal Font" term_font
info "CPU" cpu
info "GPU" gpu
info "Memory" memory
# info "GPU Driver" gpu_driver # Linux/macOS only
# info "Disk" disk
# info "Battery" battery
# info "Font" font
# info "Song" song
# [[ "$player" ]] && prin "Music Player" "$player"
# info "Local IP" local_ip
# info "Public IP" public_ip
# info "Users" users
# info "Locale" locale # This only works on glibc systems.
info cols
}
# Title
# Hide/Show Fully qualified domain name.
#
# Default: 'off'
# Values: 'on', 'off'
# Flag: --title_fqdn
title_fqdn="off"
# Kernel
# Shorten the output of the kernel function.
#
# Default: 'on'
# Values: 'on', 'off'
# Flag: --kernel_shorthand
# Supports: Everything except *BSDs (except PacBSD and PC-BSD)
#
# Example:
# on: '4.8.9-1-ARCH'
# off: 'Linux 4.8.9-1-ARCH'
kernel_shorthand="on"
# Distro
# Shorten the output of the distro function
#
# Default: 'off'
# Values: 'on', 'tiny', 'off'
# Flag: --distro_shorthand
# Supports: Everything except Windows and Haiku
distro_shorthand="off"
# Show/Hide OS Architecture.
# Show 'x86_64', 'x86' and etc in 'Distro:' output.
#
# Default: 'on'
# Values: 'on', 'off'
# Flag: --os_arch
#
# Example:
# on: 'Arch Linux x86_64'
# off: 'Arch Linux'
os_arch="on"
# Uptime
# Shorten the output of the uptime function
#
# Default: 'on'
# Values: 'on', 'tiny', 'off'
# Flag: --uptime_shorthand
#
# Example:
# on: '2 days, 10 hours, 3 mins'
# tiny: '2d 10h 3m'
# off: '2 days, 10 hours, 3 minutes'
uptime_shorthand="on"
# Memory
# Show memory percentage in output.
#
# Default: 'off'
# Values: 'on', 'off'
# Flag: --memory_percent
#
# Example:
# on: '1801MiB / 7881MiB (22%)'
# off: '1801MiB / 7881MiB'
memory_percent="off"
# Change memory output unit.
#
# Default: 'mib'
# Values: 'kib', 'mib', 'gib'
# Flag: --memory_unit
#
# Example:
# kib '1020928KiB / 7117824KiB'
# mib '1042MiB / 6951MiB'
# gib: ' 0.98GiB / 6.79GiB'
memory_unit="mib"
# Packages
# Show/Hide Package Manager names.
#
# Default: 'tiny'
# Values: 'on', 'tiny' 'off'
# Flag: --package_managers
#
# Example:
# on: '998 (pacman), 8 (flatpak), 4 (snap)'
# tiny: '908 (pacman, flatpak, snap)'
# off: '908'
package_managers="on"
# Shell
# Show the path to $SHELL
#
# Default: 'off'
# Values: 'on', 'off'
# Flag: --shell_path
#
# Example:
# on: '/bin/bash'
# off: 'bash'
shell_path="off"
# Show $SHELL version
#
# Default: 'on'
# Values: 'on', 'off'
# Flag: --shell_version
#
# Example:
# on: 'bash 4.4.5'
# off: 'bash'
shell_version="on"
# CPU
# CPU speed type
#
# Default: 'bios_limit'
# Values: 'scaling_cur_freq', 'scaling_min_freq', 'scaling_max_freq', 'bios_limit'.
# Flag: --speed_type
# Supports: Linux with 'cpufreq'
# NOTE: Any file in '/sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq' can be used as a value.
speed_type="bios_limit"
# CPU speed shorthand
#
# Default: 'off'
# Values: 'on', 'off'.
# Flag: --speed_shorthand
# NOTE: This flag is not supported in systems with CPU speed less than 1 GHz
#
# Example:
# on: 'i7-6500U (4) @ 3.1GHz'
# off: 'i7-6500U (4) @ 3.100GHz'
speed_shorthand="off"
# Enable/Disable CPU brand in output.
#
# Default: 'on'
# Values: 'on', 'off'
# Flag: --cpu_brand
#
# Example:
# on: 'Intel i7-6500U'
# off: 'i7-6500U (4)'
cpu_brand="on"
# CPU Speed
# Hide/Show CPU speed.
#
# Default: 'on'
# Values: 'on', 'off'
# Flag: --cpu_speed
#
# Example:
# on: 'Intel i7-6500U (4) @ 3.1GHz'
# off: 'Intel i7-6500U (4)'
cpu_speed="on"
# CPU Cores
# Display CPU cores in output
#
# Default: 'logical'
# Values: 'logical', 'physical', 'off'
# Flag: --cpu_cores
# Support: 'physical' doesn't work on BSD.
#
# Example:
# logical: 'Intel i7-6500U (4) @ 3.1GHz' (All virtual cores)
# physical: 'Intel i7-6500U (2) @ 3.1GHz' (All physical cores)
# off: 'Intel i7-6500U @ 3.1GHz'
cpu_cores="logical"
# CPU Temperature
# Hide/Show CPU temperature.
# Note the temperature is added to the regular CPU function.
#
# Default: 'off'
# Values: 'C', 'F', 'off'
# Flag: --cpu_temp
# Supports: Linux, BSD
# NOTE: For FreeBSD and NetBSD-based systems, you'll need to enable
# coretemp kernel module. This only supports newer Intel processors.
#
# Example:
# C: 'Intel i7-6500U (4) @ 3.1GHz [27.2°C]'
# F: 'Intel i7-6500U (4) @ 3.1GHz [82.0°F]'
# off: 'Intel i7-6500U (4) @ 3.1GHz'
cpu_temp="off"
# GPU
# Enable/Disable GPU Brand
#
# Default: 'on'
# Values: 'on', 'off'
# Flag: --gpu_brand
#
# Example:
# on: 'AMD HD 7950'
# off: 'HD 7950'
gpu_brand="on"
# Which GPU to display
#
# Default: 'all'
# Values: 'all', 'dedicated', 'integrated'
# Flag: --gpu_type
# Supports: Linux
#
# Example:
# all:
# GPU1: AMD HD 7950
# GPU2: Intel Integrated Graphics
#
# dedicated:
# GPU1: AMD HD 7950
#
# integrated:
# GPU1: Intel Integrated Graphics
gpu_type="all"
# Resolution
# Display refresh rate next to each monitor
# Default: 'off'
# Values: 'on', 'off'
# Flag: --refresh_rate
# Supports: Doesn't work on Windows.
#
# Example:
# on: '1920x1080 @ 60Hz'
# off: '1920x1080'
refresh_rate="off"
# Gtk Theme / Icons / Font
# Shorten output of GTK Theme / Icons / Font
#
# Default: 'off'
# Values: 'on', 'off'
# Flag: --gtk_shorthand
#
# Example:
# on: 'Numix, Adwaita'
# off: 'Numix [GTK2], Adwaita [GTK3]'
gtk_shorthand="off"
# Enable/Disable gtk2 Theme / Icons / Font
#
# Default: 'on'
# Values: 'on', 'off'
# Flag: --gtk2
#
# Example:
# on: 'Numix [GTK2], Adwaita [GTK3]'
# off: 'Adwaita [GTK3]'
gtk2="on"
# Enable/Disable gtk3 Theme / Icons / Font
#
# Default: 'on'
# Values: 'on', 'off'
# Flag: --gtk3
#
# Example:
# on: 'Numix [GTK2], Adwaita [GTK3]'
# off: 'Numix [GTK2]'
gtk3="on"
# IP Address
# Website to ping for the public IP
#
# Default: 'http://ident.me'
# Values: 'url'
# Flag: --ip_host
public_ip_host="http://ident.me"
# Public IP timeout.
#
# Default: '2'
# Values: 'int'
# Flag: --ip_timeout
public_ip_timeout=2
# Local IP interface
#
# Default: 'auto' (interface of default route)
# Values: 'auto', 'en0', 'en1'
# Flag: --ip_interface
local_ip_interface=('auto')
# Desktop Environment
# Show Desktop Environment version
#
# Default: 'on'
# Values: 'on', 'off'
# Flag: --de_version
de_version="on"
# Disk
# Which disks to display.
# The values can be any /dev/sdXX, mount point or directory.
# NOTE: By default we only show the disk info for '/'.
#
# Default: '/'
# Values: '/', '/dev/sdXX', '/path/to/drive'.
# Flag: --disk_show
#
# Example:
# disk_show=('/' '/dev/sdb1'):
# 'Disk (/): 74G / 118G (66%)'
# 'Disk (/mnt/Videos): 823G / 893G (93%)'
#
# disk_show=('/'):
# 'Disk (/): 74G / 118G (66%)'
#
disk_show=('/')
# Disk subtitle.
# What to append to the Disk subtitle.
#
# Default: 'mount'
# Values: 'mount', 'name', 'dir', 'none'
# Flag: --disk_subtitle
#
# Example:
# name: 'Disk (/dev/sda1): 74G / 118G (66%)'
# 'Disk (/dev/sdb2): 74G / 118G (66%)'
#
# mount: 'Disk (/): 74G / 118G (66%)'
# 'Disk (/mnt/Local Disk): 74G / 118G (66%)'
# 'Disk (/mnt/Videos): 74G / 118G (66%)'
#
# dir: 'Disk (/): 74G / 118G (66%)'
# 'Disk (Local Disk): 74G / 118G (66%)'
# 'Disk (Videos): 74G / 118G (66%)'
#
# none: 'Disk: 74G / 118G (66%)'
# 'Disk: 74G / 118G (66%)'
# 'Disk: 74G / 118G (66%)'
disk_subtitle="mount"
# Disk percent.
# Show/Hide disk percent.
#
# Default: 'on'
# Values: 'on', 'off'
# Flag: --disk_percent
#
# Example:
# on: 'Disk (/): 74G / 118G (66%)'
# off: 'Disk (/): 74G / 118G'
disk_percent="on"
# Song
# Manually specify a music player.
#
# Default: 'auto'
# Values: 'auto', 'player-name'
# Flag: --music_player
#
# Available values for 'player-name':
#
# amarok
# audacious
# banshee
# bluemindo
# clementine
# cmus
# deadbeef
# deepin-music
# dragon
# elisa
# exaile
# gnome-music
# gmusicbrowser
# gogglesmm
# guayadeque
# io.elementary.music
# iTunes
# Music
# juk
# lollypop
# MellowPlayer
# mocp
# mopidy
# mpd
# muine
# netease-cloud-music
# olivia
# playerctl
# pogo
# pragha
# qmmp
# quodlibet
# rhythmbox
# sayonara
# smplayer
# spotify
# strawberry
# tauonmb
# tomahawk
# vlc
# xmms2d
# xnoise
# yarock
music_player="auto"
# Format to display song information.
#
# Default: '%artist% - %album% - %title%'
# Values: '%artist%', '%album%', '%title%'
# Flag: --song_format
#
# Example:
# default: 'Song: Jet - Get Born - Sgt Major'
song_format="%artist% - %album% - %title%"
# Print the Artist, Album and Title on separate lines
#
# Default: 'off'
# Values: 'on', 'off'
# Flag: --song_shorthand
#
# Example:
# on: 'Artist: The Fratellis'
# 'Album: Costello Music'
# 'Song: Chelsea Dagger'
#
# off: 'Song: The Fratellis - Costello Music - Chelsea Dagger'
song_shorthand="off"
# 'mpc' arguments (specify a host, password etc).
#
# Default: ''
# Example: mpc_args=(-h HOST -P PASSWORD)
mpc_args=()
# Text Colors
# Text Colors
#
# Default: 'distro'
# Values: 'distro', 'num' 'num' 'num' 'num' 'num' 'num'
# Flag: --colors
#
# Each number represents a different part of the text in
# this order: 'title', '@', 'underline', 'subtitle', 'colon', 'info'
#
# Example:
# colors=(distro) - Text is colored based on Distro colors.
# colors=(4 6 1 8 8 6) - Text is colored in the order above.
colors=(distro)
# Text Options
# Toggle bold text
#
# Default: 'on'
# Values: 'on', 'off'
# Flag: --bold
bold="on"
# Enable/Disable Underline
#
# Default: 'on'
# Values: 'on', 'off'
# Flag: --underline
underline_enabled="on"
# Underline character
#
# Default: '-'
# Values: 'string'
# Flag: --underline_char
underline_char="-"
# Info Separator
# Replace the default separator with the specified string.
#
# Default: ':'
# Flag: --separator
#
# Example:
# separator="->": 'Shell-> bash'
# separator=" =": 'WM = dwm'
separator=":"
# Color Blocks
# Color block range
# The range of colors to print.
#
# Default: '0', '15'
# Values: 'num'
# Flag: --block_range
#
# Example:
#
# Display colors 0-7 in the blocks. (8 colors)
# neofetch --block_range 0 7
#
# Display colors 0-15 in the blocks. (16 colors)
# neofetch --block_range 0 15
block_range=(0 15)
# Toggle color blocks
#
# Default: 'on'
# Values: 'on', 'off'
# Flag: --color_blocks
color_blocks="on"
# Color block width in spaces
#
# Default: '3'
# Values: 'num'
# Flag: --block_width
block_width=3
# Color block height in lines
#
# Default: '1'
# Values: 'num'
# Flag: --block_height
block_height=1
# Color Alignment
#
# Default: 'auto'
# Values: 'auto', 'num'
# Flag: --col_offset
#
# Number specifies how far from the left side of the terminal (in spaces) to
# begin printing the columns, in case you want to e.g. center them under your
# text.
# Example:
# col_offset="auto" - Default behavior of neofetch
# col_offset=7 - Leave 7 spaces then print the colors
col_offset="auto"
# Progress Bars
# Bar characters
#
# Default: '-', '='
# Values: 'string', 'string'
# Flag: --bar_char
#
# Example:
# neofetch --bar_char 'elapsed' 'total'
# neofetch --bar_char '-' '='
bar_char_elapsed="-"
bar_char_total="="
# Toggle Bar border
#
# Default: 'on'
# Values: 'on', 'off'
# Flag: --bar_border
bar_border="on"
# Progress bar length in spaces
# Number of chars long to make the progress bars.
#
# Default: '15'
# Values: 'num'
# Flag: --bar_length
bar_length=15
# Progress bar colors
# When set to distro, uses your distro's logo colors.
#
# Default: 'distro', 'distro'
# Values: 'distro', 'num'
# Flag: --bar_colors
#
# Example:
# neofetch --bar_colors 3 4
# neofetch --bar_colors distro 5
bar_color_elapsed="distro"
bar_color_total="distro"
# Info display
# Display a bar with the info.
#
# Default: 'off'
# Values: 'bar', 'infobar', 'barinfo', 'off'
# Flags: --memory_display
# --battery_display
# --disk_display
#
# Example:
# bar: '[---=======]'
# infobar: 'info [---=======]'
# barinfo: '[---=======] info'
# off: 'info'
memory_display="off"
battery_display="off"
disk_display="off"
# Backend Settings
# Image backend.
#
# Default: 'ascii'
# Values: 'ascii', 'caca', 'catimg', 'chafa', 'jp2a', 'iterm2', 'off',
# 'pot', 'termpix', 'pixterm', 'tycat', 'w3m', 'kitty', 'ueberzug',
# 'viu'
# Flag: --backend
image_backend="ascii"
# Image Source
#
# Which image or ascii file to display.
#
# Default: 'auto'
# Values: 'auto', 'ascii', 'wallpaper', '/path/to/img', '/path/to/ascii', '/path/to/dir/'
# 'command output (neofetch --ascii "$(fortune | cowsay -W 30)")'
# Flag: --source
#
# NOTE: 'auto' will pick the best image source for whatever image backend is used.
# In ascii mode, distro ascii art will be used and in an image mode, your
# wallpaper will be used.
image_source="auto"
# Ascii Options
# Ascii distro
# Which distro's ascii art to display.
#
# Default: 'auto'
# Values: 'auto', 'distro_name'
# Flag: --ascii_distro
# NOTE: AIX, Hash, Alpine, AlterLinux, Amazon, Anarchy, Android, instantOS,
# Antergos, antiX, "AOSC OS", "AOSC OS/Retro", Apricity, ArchCraft,
# ArcoLinux, ArchBox, ARCHlabs, ArchStrike, XFerience, ArchMerge, Arch,
# Artix, Arya, Bedrock, Bitrig, BlackArch, BLAG, BlankOn, BlueLight,
# Bodhi, bonsai, BSD, BunsenLabs, Calculate, Carbs, CentOS, Chakra, ChaletOS,
# Chapeau, Chrom*, Cleanjaro, ClearOS, Clear_Linux, Clover, Condres,
# Container_Linux, Crystal Linux, CRUX, Cucumber, dahlia, Debian, Deepin,
# DesaOS, Devuan, DracOS, DarkOs, Itc, DragonFly, Drauger, Elementary,
# EndeavourOS, Endless, EuroLinux, Exherbo, Fedora, Feren, FreeBSD,
# FreeMiNT, Frugalware, Funtoo, GalliumOS, Garuda, Gentoo, Pentoo,
# gNewSense, GNOME, GNU, GoboLinux, Grombyang, Guix, Haiku, Huayra, HydroOS
# Hyperbola, iglunix, janus, Kali, KaOS, KDE_neon, Kibojoe, Kogaion, Korora,
# KSLinux, Kubuntu, LEDE, LaxerOS, LibreELEC, LFS, Linux_Lite, LMDE,
# Lubuntu, Lunar, macos, Mageia, MagpieOS, Mandriva, Manjaro, TeArch, Maui,
# Mer, Minix, LinuxMint, Live_Raizo, MX_Linux, Namib, Neptune, NetBSD,
# Netrunner, Nitrux, NixOS, Nurunner, NuTyX, OBRevenge, OpenBSD,
# openEuler, OpenIndiana, openmamba, OpenMandriva, OpenStage, OpenWrt,
# osmc, Oracle, OS Elbrus, PacBSD, Parabola, Pardus, Parrot, Parsix,
# TrueOS, PCLinuxOS, Pengwin, Peppermint, Pisi, popos, Porteus, PostMarketOS,
# Proxmox, PuffOS, Puppy, PureOS, Qubes, Qubyt, Quibian, Radix, Raspbian,
# Reborn_OS, Redstar, Redcore, Redhat, Refracted_Devuan, Regata, Regolith,
# Rocky, Rosa, sabotage, Sabayon, Sailfish, SalentOS, Scientific, Septor,
# SereneLinux, SharkLinux, Siduction, SkiffOS, Slackware, SliTaz, SmartOS,
# Solus, Source_Mage, Sparky, Star, SteamOS, SunOS, openSUSE_Leap, t2,
# openSUSE_Tumbleweed, openSUSE, SwagArch, Tails, Trisquel,
# Ubuntu-Cinnamon, Ubuntu-Budgie, Ubuntu-GNOME, Ubuntu-MATE,
# Ubuntu-Studio, Ubuntu, Univention, Venom, Void, VNux, LangitKetujuh, semc,
# Obarun, windows10, Windows7, Xubuntu, Zorin, and IRIX have ascii logos.
# NOTE: Arch, Ubuntu, Redhat, Fedora and Dragonfly have 'old' logo variants.
# Use '{distro name}_old' to use the old logos.
# NOTE: Ubuntu has flavor variants.
# Change this to Lubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu, Ubuntu-GNOME,
# Ubuntu-Studio, Ubuntu-Mate or Ubuntu-Budgie to use the flavors.
# NOTE: Arcolinux, Dragonfly, Fedora, Alpine, Arch, Ubuntu,
# CRUX, Debian, Gentoo, FreeBSD, Mac, NixOS, OpenBSD, android,
# Artix, CentOS, Cleanjaro, ElementaryOS, GUIX, Hyperbola,
# Manjaro, MXLinux, NetBSD, Parabola, POP_OS, PureOS,
# Slackware, SunOS, LinuxLite, OpenSUSE, Raspbian,
# postmarketOS, and Void have a smaller logo variant.
# Use '{distro name}_small' to use the small variants.
ascii_distro="auto"
# Ascii Colors
#
# Default: 'distro'
# Values: 'distro', 'num' 'num' 'num' 'num' 'num' 'num'
# Flag: --ascii_colors
#
# Example:
# ascii_colors=(distro) - Ascii is colored based on Distro colors.
# ascii_colors=(4 6 1 8 8 6) - Ascii is colored using these colors.
ascii_colors=(distro)
# Bold ascii logo
# Whether or not to bold the ascii logo.
#
# Default: 'on'
# Values: 'on', 'off'
# Flag: --ascii_bold
ascii_bold="on"
# Image Options
# Image loop
# Setting this to on will make neofetch redraw the image constantly until
# Ctrl+C is pressed. This fixes display issues in some terminal emulators.
#
# Default: 'off'
# Values: 'on', 'off'
# Flag: --loop
image_loop="off"
# Thumbnail directory
#
# Default: '~/.cache/thumbnails/neofetch'
# Values: 'dir'
thumbnail_dir="${XDG_CACHE_HOME:-${HOME}/.cache}/thumbnails/neofetch"
# Crop mode
#
# Default: 'normal'
# Values: 'normal', 'fit', 'fill'
# Flag: --crop_mode
#
# See this wiki page to learn about the fit and fill options.
# https://github.com/dylanaraps/neofetch/wiki/What-is-Waifu-Crop%3F
crop_mode="normal"
# Crop offset
# Note: Only affects 'normal' crop mode.
#
# Default: 'center'
# Values: 'northwest', 'north', 'northeast', 'west', 'center'
# 'east', 'southwest', 'south', 'southeast'
# Flag: --crop_offset
crop_offset="center"
# Image size
# The image is half the terminal width by default.
#
# Default: 'auto'
# Values: 'auto', '00px', '00%', 'none'
# Flags: --image_size
# --size
image_size="auto"
# Catimg block size.
# Control the resolution of catimg.
#
# Default: '2'
# Values: '1', '2'
# Flags: --catimg_size
catimg_size="2"
# Gap between image and text
#
# Default: '3'
# Values: 'num', '-num'
# Flag: --gap
gap=3
# Image offsets
# Only works with the w3m backend.
#
# Default: '0'
# Values: 'px'
# Flags: --xoffset
# --yoffset
yoffset=0
xoffset=0
# Image background color
# Only works with the w3m backend.
#
# Default: ''
# Values: 'color', 'blue'
# Flag: --bg_color
background_color=
# Misc Options
# Stdout mode
# Turn off all colors and disables image backend (ASCII/Image).
# Useful for piping into another command.
# Default: 'off'
# Values: 'on', 'off'
stdout="off"
EOF
# DETECT INFORMATION
get_os() {
# $kernel_name is set in a function called cache_uname and is
# just the output of "uname -s".
case $kernel_name in
Darwin) os=$darwin_name ;;
SunOS) os=Solaris ;;
Haiku) os=Haiku ;;
MINIX) os=MINIX ;;
AIX) os=AIX ;;
IRIX*) os=IRIX ;;
FreeMiNT) os=FreeMiNT ;;
Linux|GNU*)
os=Linux
;;
*BSD|DragonFly|Bitrig)
os=BSD
;;
CYGWIN*|MSYS*|MINGW*)
os=Windows
;;
*)
printf '%s\n' "Unknown OS detected: '$kernel_name', aborting..." >&2
printf '%s\n' "Open an issue on GitHub to add support for your OS." >&2
exit 1
;;
esac
}
get_distro() {
[[ $distro ]] && return
case $os in
Linux|BSD|MINIX)
if [[ -f /bedrock/etc/bedrock-release && -z $BEDROCK_RESTRICT ]]; then
case $distro_shorthand in
on|tiny) distro="Bedrock Linux" ;;
*) distro=$(< /bedrock/etc/bedrock-release)
esac
elif [[ -f /etc/redstar-release ]]; then
case $distro_shorthand in
on|tiny) distro="Red Star OS" ;;
*) distro="Red Star OS $(awk -F'[^0-9*]' '$0=$2' /etc/redstar-release)"
esac
elif [[ -f /etc/armbian-release ]]; then
. /etc/armbian-release
distro="Armbian $DISTRIBUTION_CODENAME (${VERSION:-})"
elif [[ -f /etc/siduction-version ]]; then
case $distro_shorthand in
on|tiny) distro=Siduction ;;
*) distro="Siduction ($(lsb_release -sic))"
esac
elif [[ -f /etc/mcst_version ]]; then
case $distro_shorthand in
on|tiny) distro="OS Elbrus" ;;
*) distro="OS Elbrus $(< /etc/mcst_version)"
esac
elif type -p pveversion >/dev/null; then
case $distro_shorthand in
on|tiny) distro="Proxmox VE" ;;
*)
distro=$(pveversion)
distro=${distro#pve-manager/}
distro="Proxmox VE ${distro%/*}"
esac
elif type -p lsb_release >/dev/null; then
case $distro_shorthand in
on) lsb_flags=-si ;;
tiny) lsb_flags=-si ;;
*) lsb_flags=-sd ;;
esac
distro=$(lsb_release "$lsb_flags")
elif [[ -f /etc/os-release || \
-f /usr/lib/os-release || \
-f /etc/openwrt_release || \
-f /etc/lsb-release ]]; then
# Source the os-release file
for file in /etc/lsb-release /usr/lib/os-release \
/etc/os-release /etc/openwrt_release; do
source "$file" && break
done
# Format the distro name.
case $distro_shorthand in
on) distro="${NAME:-${DISTRIB_ID}} ${VERSION_ID:-${DISTRIB_RELEASE}}" ;;
tiny) distro="${NAME:-${DISTRIB_ID:-${TAILS_PRODUCT_NAME}}}" ;;
off) distro="${PRETTY_NAME:-${DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION}} ${UBUNTU_CODENAME}" ;;
esac
elif [[ -f /etc/GoboLinuxVersion ]]; then
case $distro_shorthand in
on|tiny) distro=GoboLinux ;;
*) distro="GoboLinux $(< /etc/GoboLinuxVersion)"
esac
elif [[ -f /etc/SDE-VERSION ]]; then
distro="$(< /etc/SDE-VERSION)"
case $distro_shorthand in
on|tiny) distro="${distro% *}" ;;
esac
elif type -p crux >/dev/null; then
distro=$(crux)
case $distro_shorthand in
on) distro=${distro//version} ;;
tiny) distro=${distro//version*}
esac
elif type -p tazpkg >/dev/null; then
distro="SliTaz $(< /etc/slitaz-release)"
elif type -p kpt >/dev/null && \
type -p kpm >/dev/null; then
distro=KSLinux
elif [[ -d /system/app/ && -d /system/priv-app ]]; then
distro="Android $(getprop ro.build.version.release)"
# Chrome OS doesn't conform to the /etc/*-release standard.
# While the file is a series of variables they can't be sourced
# by the shell since the values aren't quoted.
elif [[ -f /etc/lsb-release && $(< /etc/lsb-release) == *CHROMEOS* ]]; then
distro='Chrome OS'
elif type -p guix >/dev/null; then
case $distro_shorthand in
on|tiny) distro="Guix System" ;;
*) distro="Guix System $(guix -V | awk 'NR==1{printf $4}')"
esac
# Display whether using '-current' or '-release' on OpenBSD.
elif [[ $kernel_name = OpenBSD ]] ; then
read -ra kernel_info <<< "$(sysctl -n kern.version)"
distro=${kernel_info[*]:0:2}
else
for release_file in /etc/*-release; do
distro+=$(< "$release_file")
done
if [[ -z $distro ]]; then
case $distro_shorthand in
on|tiny) distro=$kernel_name ;;
*) distro="$kernel_name $kernel_version" ;;
esac
distro=${distro/DragonFly/DragonFlyBSD}
# Workarounds for some BSD based distros.
[[ -f /etc/pcbsd-lang ]] && distro=PCBSD
[[ -f /etc/trueos-lang ]] && distro=TrueOS
[[ -f /etc/pacbsd-release ]] && distro=PacBSD
[[ -f /etc/hbsd-update.conf ]] && distro=HardenedBSD
fi
fi
if [[ $(< /proc/version) == *Microsoft* || $kernel_version == *Microsoft* ]]; then
case $distro_shorthand in
on) distro+=" [Windows 10]" ;;
tiny) distro="Windows 10" ;;
*) distro+=" on Windows 10" ;;
esac
elif [[ $(< /proc/version) == *chrome-bot* || -f /dev/cros_ec ]]; then
[[ $distro != *Chrome* ]] &&
case $distro_shorthand in
on) distro+=" [Chrome OS]" ;;
tiny) distro="Chrome OS" ;;
*) distro+=" on Chrome OS" ;;
esac
distro=${distro## on }
fi
distro=$(trim_quotes "$distro")
distro=${distro/NAME=}
# Get Ubuntu flavor.
if [[ $distro == "Ubuntu"* ]]; then
case $XDG_CONFIG_DIRS in
*"studio"*) distro=${distro/Ubuntu/Ubuntu Studio} ;;
*"plasma"*) distro=${distro/Ubuntu/Kubuntu} ;;
*"mate"*) distro=${distro/Ubuntu/Ubuntu MATE} ;;
*"xubuntu"*) distro=${distro/Ubuntu/Xubuntu} ;;
*"Lubuntu"*) distro=${distro/Ubuntu/Lubuntu} ;;
*"budgie"*) distro=${distro/Ubuntu/Ubuntu Budgie} ;;
*"cinnamon"*) distro=${distro/Ubuntu/Ubuntu Cinnamon} ;;
esac
fi
;;
"Mac OS X"|"macOS")
case $osx_version in
10.4*) codename="Mac OS X Tiger" ;;
10.5*) codename="Mac OS X Leopard" ;;
10.6*) codename="Mac OS X Snow Leopard" ;;
10.7*) codename="Mac OS X Lion" ;;
10.8*) codename="OS X Mountain Lion" ;;
10.9*) codename="OS X Mavericks" ;;
10.10*) codename="OS X Yosemite" ;;
10.11*) codename="OS X El Capitan" ;;
10.12*) codename="macOS Sierra" ;;
10.13*) codename="macOS High Sierra" ;;
10.14*) codename="macOS Mojave" ;;
10.15*) codename="macOS Catalina" ;;
10.16*) codename="macOS Big Sur" ;;
11.*) codename="macOS Big Sur" ;;
12.*) codename="macOS Monterey" ;;
*) codename=macOS ;;
esac
distro="$codename $osx_version $osx_build"
case $distro_shorthand in
on) distro=${distro/ ${osx_build}} ;;
tiny)
case $osx_version in
10.[4-7]*) distro=${distro/${codename}/Mac OS X} ;;
10.[8-9]*|10.1[0-1]*) distro=${distro/${codename}/OS X} ;;
10.1[2-6]*|11.0*) distro=${distro/${codename}/macOS} ;;
esac
distro=${distro/ ${osx_build}}
;;
esac
;;
"iPhone OS")
distro="iOS $osx_version"
# "uname -m" doesn't print architecture on iOS.
os_arch=off
;;
Windows)
distro=$(wmic os get Caption)
distro=${distro/Caption}
distro=${distro/Microsoft }
;;
Solaris)
case $distro_shorthand in
on|tiny) distro=$(awk 'NR==1 {print $1,$3}' /etc/release) ;;
*) distro=$(awk 'NR==1 {print $1,$2,$3}' /etc/release) ;;
esac
distro=${distro/\(*}
;;
Haiku)
distro=Haiku
;;
AIX)
distro="AIX $(oslevel)"
;;
IRIX)
distro="IRIX ${kernel_version}"
;;
FreeMiNT)
distro=FreeMiNT
;;
esac
distro=${distro//Enterprise Server}
[[ $distro ]] || distro="$os (Unknown)"
# Get OS architecture.
case $os in
Solaris|AIX|Haiku|IRIX|FreeMiNT)
machine_arch=$(uname -p)
;;
*) machine_arch=$kernel_machine ;;
esac
[[ $os_arch == on ]] && \
distro+=" $machine_arch"
[[ ${ascii_distro:-auto} == auto ]] && \
ascii_distro=$(trim "$distro")
}
get_model() {
case $os in
Linux)
if [[ -d /system/app/ && -d /system/priv-app ]]; then
model="$(getprop ro.product.brand) $(getprop ro.product.model)"
elif [[ -f /sys/devices/virtual/dmi/id/board_vendor ||
-f /sys/devices/virtual/dmi/id/board_name ]]; then
model=$(< /sys/devices/virtual/dmi/id/board_vendor)
model+=" $(< /sys/devices/virtual/dmi/id/board_name)"
elif [[ -f /sys/devices/virtual/dmi/id/product_name ||
-f /sys/devices/virtual/dmi/id/product_version ]]; then
model=$(< /sys/devices/virtual/dmi/id/product_name)
model+=" $(< /sys/devices/virtual/dmi/id/product_version)"
elif [[ -f /sys/firmware/devicetree/base/model ]]; then
model=$(< /sys/firmware/devicetree/base/model)
elif [[ -f /tmp/sysinfo/model ]]; then
model=$(< /tmp/sysinfo/model)
fi
;;
"Mac OS X"|"macOS")
if [[ $(kextstat | grep -F -e "FakeSMC" -e "VirtualSMC") != "" ]]; then
model="Hackintosh (SMBIOS: $(sysctl -n hw.model))"
else
model=$(sysctl -n hw.model)
fi
;;
"iPhone OS")
case $kernel_machine in
iPad1,1): "iPad" ;;
iPad2,[1-4]): "iPad 2" ;;
iPad3,[1-3]): "iPad 3" ;;
iPad3,[4-6]): "iPad 4" ;;
iPad6,1[12]): "iPad 5" ;;
iPad7,[5-6]): "iPad 6" ;;
iPad7,1[12]): "iPad 7" ;;
iPad11,[67]): "iPad 8" ;;
iPad4,[1-3]): "iPad Air" ;;
iPad5,[3-4]): "iPad Air 2" ;;
iPad11,[3-4]): "iPad Air 3" ;;
iPad13,[1-2]): "iPad Air 4";;
iPad6,[7-8]): "iPad Pro (12.9 Inch)" ;;
iPad6,[3-4]): "iPad Pro (9.7 Inch)" ;;
iPad7,[1-2]): "iPad Pro 2 (12.9 Inch)" ;;
iPad7,[3-4]): "iPad Pro (10.5 Inch)" ;;
iPad8,[1-4]): "iPad Pro (11 Inch)" ;;
iPad8,[5-8]): "iPad Pro 3 (12.9 Inch)" ;;
iPad8,9 | iPad8,10): "iPad Pro 4 (11 Inch)" ;;
iPad8,1[1-2]): "iPad Pro 4 (12.9 Inch)" ;;
iPad2,[5-7]): "iPad mini" ;;
iPad4,[4-6]): "iPad mini 2" ;;
iPad4,[7-9]): "iPad mini 3" ;;
iPad5,[1-2]): "iPad mini 4" ;;
iPad11,[1-2]): "iPad mini 5" ;;
iPhone1,1): "iPhone" ;;
iPhone1,2): "iPhone 3G" ;;
iPhone2,1): "iPhone 3GS" ;;
iPhone3,[1-3]): "iPhone 4" ;;
iPhone4,1): "iPhone 4S" ;;
iPhone5,[1-2]): "iPhone 5" ;;
iPhone5,[3-4]): "iPhone 5c" ;;
iPhone6,[1-2]): "iPhone 5s" ;;
iPhone7,2): "iPhone 6" ;;
iPhone7,1): "iPhone 6 Plus" ;;
iPhone8,1): "iPhone 6s" ;;
iPhone8,2): "iPhone 6s Plus" ;;
iPhone8,4): "iPhone SE" ;;
iPhone9,[13]): "iPhone 7" ;;
iPhone9,[24]): "iPhone 7 Plus" ;;
iPhone10,[14]): "iPhone 8" ;;
iPhone10,[25]): "iPhone 8 Plus" ;;
iPhone10,[36]): "iPhone X" ;;
iPhone11,2): "iPhone XS" ;;
iPhone11,[46]): "iPhone XS Max" ;;
iPhone11,8): "iPhone XR" ;;
iPhone12,1): "iPhone 11" ;;
iPhone12,3): "iPhone 11 Pro" ;;
iPhone12,5): "iPhone 11 Pro Max" ;;
iPhone12,8): "iPhone SE 2020" ;;
iPhone13,1): "iPhone 12 Mini" ;;
iPhone13,2): "iPhone 12" ;;
iPhone13,3): "iPhone 12 Pro" ;;
iPhone13,4): "iPhone 12 Pro Max" ;;
iPod1,1): "iPod touch" ;;
ipod2,1): "iPod touch 2G" ;;
ipod3,1): "iPod touch 3G" ;;
ipod4,1): "iPod touch 4G" ;;
ipod5,1): "iPod touch 5G" ;;
ipod7,1): "iPod touch 6G" ;;
iPod9,1): "iPod touch 7G" ;;
esac
model=$_
;;
BSD|MINIX)
model=$(sysctl -n hw.vendor hw.product)
;;
Windows)
model=$(wmic computersystem get manufacturer,model)
model=${model/Manufacturer}
model=${model/Model}
;;
Solaris)
model=$(prtconf -b | awk -F':' '/banner-name/ {printf $2}')
;;
AIX)
model=$(/usr/bin/uname -M)
;;
FreeMiNT)
model=$(sysctl -n hw.model)
model=${model/ (_MCH *)}
;;
esac
# Remove dummy OEM info.
model=${model//To be filled by O.E.M.}
model=${model//To Be Filled*}
model=${model//OEM*}
model=${model//Not Applicable}
model=${model//System Product Name}
model=${model//System Version}
model=${model//Undefined}
model=${model//Default string}
model=${model//Not Specified}
model=${model//Type1ProductConfigId}
model=${model//INVALID}
model=${model//All Series}
model=${model//�}
case $model in
"Standard PC"*) model="KVM/QEMU (${model})" ;;
OpenBSD*) model="vmm ($model)" ;;
esac
}
get_title() {
user=${USER:-$(id -un || printf %s "${HOME/*\/}")}
case $title_fqdn in
on) hostname=$(hostname -f) ;;
*) hostname=${HOSTNAME:-$(hostname)} ;;
esac
title=${title_color}${bold}${user}${at_color}@${title_color}${bold}${hostname}
length=$((${#user} + ${#hostname} + 1))
}
get_kernel() {
# Since these OS are integrated systems, it's better to skip this function altogether
[[ $os =~ (AIX|IRIX) ]] && return
# Haiku uses 'uname -v' and not - 'uname -r'.
[[ $os == Haiku ]] && {
kernel=$(uname -v)
return
}
# In Windows 'uname' may return the info of GNUenv thus use wmic for OS kernel.
[[ $os == Windows ]] && {
kernel=$(wmic os get Version)
kernel=${kernel/Version}
return
}
case $kernel_shorthand in
on) kernel=$kernel_version ;;
off) kernel="$kernel_name $kernel_version" ;;
esac
# Hide kernel info if it's identical to the distro info.
[[ $os =~ (BSD|MINIX) && $distro == *"$kernel_name"* ]] &&
case $distro_shorthand in
on|tiny) kernel=$kernel_version ;;
*) unset kernel ;;
esac
}
get_uptime() {
# Get uptime in seconds.
case $os in
Linux|Windows|MINIX)
if [[ -r /proc/uptime ]]; then
s=$(< /proc/uptime)
s=${s/.*}
else
boot=$(date -d"$(uptime -s)" +%s)
now=$(date +%s)
s=$((now - boot))
fi
;;
"Mac OS X"|"macOS"|"iPhone OS"|BSD|FreeMiNT)
boot=$(sysctl -n kern.boottime)
boot=${boot/\{ sec = }
boot=${boot/,*}
# Get current date in seconds.
now=$(date +%s)
s=$((now - boot))
;;
Solaris)
s=$(kstat -p unix:0:system_misc:snaptime | awk '{print $2}')
s=${s/.*}
;;
AIX|IRIX)
t=$(LC_ALL=POSIX ps -o etime= -p 1)
[[ $t == *-* ]] && { d=${t%%-*}; t=${t#*-}; }
[[ $t == *:*:* ]] && { h=${t%%:*}; t=${t#*:}; }
h=${h#0}
t=${t#0}
s=$((${d:-0}*86400 + ${h:-0}*3600 + ${t%%:*}*60 + ${t#*:}))
;;
Haiku)
s=$(($(system_time) / 1000000))
;;
esac
d="$((s / 60 / 60 / 24)) days"
h="$((s / 60 / 60 % 24)) hours"
m="$((s / 60 % 60)) minutes"
# Remove plural if < 2.
((${d/ *} == 1)) && d=${d/s}
((${h/ *} == 1)) && h=${h/s}
((${m/ *} == 1)) && m=${m/s}
# Hide empty fields.
((${d/ *} == 0)) && unset d
((${h/ *} == 0)) && unset h
((${m/ *} == 0)) && unset m
uptime=${d:+$d, }${h:+$h, }$m
uptime=${uptime%', '}
uptime=${uptime:-$s seconds}
# Make the output of uptime smaller.
case $uptime_shorthand in
on)
uptime=${uptime/ minutes/ mins}
uptime=${uptime/ minute/ min}
uptime=${uptime/ seconds/ secs}
;;
tiny)
uptime=${uptime/ days/d}
uptime=${uptime/ day/d}
uptime=${uptime/ hours/h}
uptime=${uptime/ hour/h}
uptime=${uptime/ minutes/m}
uptime=${uptime/ minute/m}
uptime=${uptime/ seconds/s}
uptime=${uptime//,}
;;
esac
}
get_packages() {
# to adjust the number of pkgs per pkg manager
pkgs_h=0
# has: Check if package manager installed.
# dir: Count files or dirs in a glob.
# pac: If packages > 0, log package manager name.
# tot: Count lines in command output.
has() { type -p "$1" >/dev/null && manager=$1; }
# globbing is intentional here
# shellcheck disable=SC2206
dir() { pkgs=($@); ((packages+=${#pkgs[@]})); pac "$((${#pkgs[@]}-pkgs_h))"; }
pac() { (($1 > 0)) && { managers+=("$1 (${manager})"); manager_string+="${manager}, "; }; }
tot() {
IFS=$'\n' read -d "" -ra pkgs <<< "$("$@")";
((packages+=${#pkgs[@]}));
pac "$((${#pkgs[@]}-pkgs_h))";
}
# Redefine tot() and dir() for Bedrock Linux.
[[ -f /bedrock/etc/bedrock-release && $PATH == */bedrock/cross/* ]] && {
br_strata=$(brl list)
tot() {
IFS=$'\n' read -d "" -ra pkgs <<< "$(for s in ${br_strata}; do strat -r "$s" "$@"; done)"
((packages+="${#pkgs[@]}"))
pac "$((${#pkgs[@]}-pkgs_h))";
}
dir() {
local pkgs=()
# globbing is intentional here
# shellcheck disable=SC2206
for s in ${br_strata}; do pkgs+=(/bedrock/strata/$s/$@); done
((packages+=${#pkgs[@]}))
pac "$((${#pkgs[@]}-pkgs_h))"
}
}
case $os in
Linux|BSD|"iPhone OS"|Solaris)
# Package Manager Programs.
has kiss && tot kiss l
has cpt-list && tot cpt-list
has pacman-key && tot pacman -Qq --color never
has dpkg && tot dpkg-query -f '.\n' -W
has xbps-query && tot xbps-query -l
has apk && tot apk info
has opkg && tot opkg list-installed
has pacman-g2 && tot pacman-g2 -Q
has lvu && tot lvu installed
has tce-status && tot tce-status -i
has pkg_info && tot pkg_info
has pkgin && tot pkgin list
has tazpkg && pkgs_h=6 tot tazpkg list && ((packages-=6))
has sorcery && tot gaze installed
has alps && tot alps showinstalled
has butch && tot butch list
has swupd && tot swupd bundle-list --quiet
has pisi && tot pisi li
# Using the dnf package cache is much faster than rpm.
if has dnf && type -p sqlite3 >/dev/null && [[ -f /var/cache/dnf/packages.db ]]; then
pac "$(sqlite3 /var/cache/dnf/packages.db "SELECT count(pkg) FROM installed")"
else
has rpm && tot rpm -qa
fi
# 'mine' conflicts with minesweeper games.
[[ -f /etc/SDE-VERSION ]] &&
has mine && tot mine -q
# Counting files/dirs.
# Variables need to be unquoted here. Only Bedrock Linux is affected.
# $br_prefix is fixed and won't change based on user input so this is safe either way.
# shellcheck disable=SC2086
{
shopt -s nullglob
has brew && dir "$(brew --cellar)/* $(brew --caskroom)/*"
has emerge && dir "/var/db/pkg/*/*"
has Compile && dir "/Programs/*/"
has eopkg && dir "/var/lib/eopkg/package/*"
has crew && dir "${CREW_PREFIX:-/usr/local}/etc/crew/meta/*.filelist"
has pkgtool && dir "/var/log/packages/*"
has scratch && dir "/var/lib/scratchpkg/index/*/.pkginfo"
has kagami && dir "/var/lib/kagami/pkgs/*"
has cave && dir "/var/db/paludis/repositories/cross-installed/*/data/*/ \
/var/db/paludis/repositories/installed/data/*/"
shopt -u nullglob
}
# Other (Needs complex command)
has kpm-pkg && ((packages+=$(kpm --get-selections | grep -cv deinstall$)))
has guix && {
manager=guix-system && tot guix package -p "/run/current-system/profile" -I
manager=guix-user && tot guix package -I
}
has nix-store && {
nix-user-pkgs() {
nix-store -qR ~/.nix-profile
nix-store -qR /etc/profiles/per-user/"$USER"
}
manager=nix-system && tot nix-store -qR /run/current-system/sw
manager=nix-user && tot nix-user-pkgs
manager=nix-default && tot nix-store -qR /nix/var/nix/profiles/default
}
# pkginfo is also the name of a python package manager which is painfully slow.
# TODO: Fix this somehow.
has pkginfo && tot pkginfo -i
case $os-$kernel_name in
BSD-FreeBSD|BSD-DragonFly)
has pkg && tot pkg info
;;
BSD-*)
has pkg && dir /var/db/pkg/*
((packages == 0)) &&
has pkg && tot pkg list
;;
esac
# List these last as they accompany regular package managers.
has flatpak && tot flatpak list
has spm && tot spm list -i
has puyo && dir ~/.puyo/installed
# Snap hangs if the command is run without the daemon running.
# Only run snap if the daemon is also running.
has snap && ps -e | grep -qFm 1 snapd >/dev/null && \
pkgs_h=1 tot snap list && ((packages-=1))
# This is the only standard location for appimages.
# See: https://github.com/AppImage/AppImageKit/wiki
manager=appimage && has appimaged && dir ~/.local/bin/*.appimage
;;
"Mac OS X"|"macOS"|MINIX)
has port && pkgs_h=1 tot port installed && ((packages-=1))
has brew && dir "$(brew --cellar)/* $(brew --caskroom)/*"
has pkgin && tot pkgin list
has dpkg && tot dpkg-query -f '.\n' -W
has nix-store && {
nix-user-pkgs() {
nix-store -qR ~/.nix-profile
nix-store -qR /etc/profiles/per-user/"$USER"
}
manager=nix-system && tot nix-store -qR /run/current-system/sw
manager=nix-user && tot nix-user-pkgs
}
;;
AIX|FreeMiNT)
has lslpp && ((packages+=$(lslpp -J -l -q | grep -cv '^#')))
has rpm && tot rpm -qa
;;
Windows)
case $kernel_name in
CYGWIN*) has cygcheck && tot cygcheck -cd ;;
MSYS*) has pacman && tot pacman -Qq --color never ;;
esac
# Scoop environment throws errors if `tot scoop list` is used
has scoop && pkgs_h=1 dir ~/scoop/apps/* && ((packages-=1))
# Count chocolatey packages.
[[ -d /cygdrive/c/ProgramData/chocolatey/lib ]] && \
dir /cygdrive/c/ProgramData/chocolatey/lib/*
;;
Haiku)
has pkgman && dir /boot/system/package-links/*
packages=${packages/pkgman/depot}
;;
IRIX)
manager=swpkg
pkgs_h=3 tot versions -b && ((packages-=3))
;;
esac
if ((packages == 0)); then
unset packages
elif [[ $package_managers == on ]]; then
printf -v packages '%s, ' "${managers[@]}"
packages=${packages%,*}
elif [[ $package_managers == tiny ]]; then
packages+=" (${manager_string%,*})"
fi
packages=${packages/pacman-key/pacman}
}
get_shell() {
case $shell_path in
on) shell="$SHELL " ;;
off) shell="${SHELL##*/} " ;;
esac
[[ $shell_version != on ]] && return
case ${shell_name:=${SHELL##*/}} in
bash)
[[ $BASH_VERSION ]] ||
BASH_VERSION=$("$SHELL" -c "printf %s \"\$BASH_VERSION\"")
shell+=${BASH_VERSION/-*}
;;
sh|ash|dash|es) ;;
*ksh)
shell+=$("$SHELL" -c "printf %s \"\$KSH_VERSION\"")
shell=${shell/ * KSH}
shell=${shell/version}
;;
osh)
if [[ $OIL_VERSION ]]; then
shell+=$OIL_VERSION
else
shell+=$("$SHELL" -c "printf %s \"\$OIL_VERSION\"")
fi
;;
tcsh)
shell+=$("$SHELL" -c "printf %s \$tcsh")
;;
yash)
shell+=$("$SHELL" --version 2>&1)
shell=${shell/ $shell_name}
shell=${shell/ Yet another shell}
shell=${shell/Copyright*}
;;
nu)
shell+=$("$SHELL" -c "version | get version")
shell=${shell/ $shell_name}
;;
*)
shell+=$("$SHELL" --version 2>&1)
shell=${shell/ $shell_name}
;;
esac
# Remove unwanted info.
shell=${shell/, version}
shell=${shell/xonsh\//xonsh }
shell=${shell/options*}
shell=${shell/\(*\)}
}
get_de() {
# If function was run, stop here.
((de_run == 1)) && return
case $os in
"Mac OS X"|"macOS") de=Aqua ;;
Windows)
case $distro in
*"Windows 10"*)
de=Fluent
;;
*"Windows 8"*)
de=Metro
;;
*)
de=Aero
;;
esac
;;
FreeMiNT)
freemint_wm=(/proc/*)
case ${freemint_wm[*]} in
*thing*) de=Thing ;;
*jinnee*) de=Jinnee ;;
*tera*) de=Teradesk ;;
*neod*) de=NeoDesk ;;
*zdesk*) de=zDesk ;;
*mdesk*) de=mDesk ;;
esac
;;
*)
((wm_run != 1)) && get_wm
# Temporary support for Regolith Linux
if [[ $DESKTOP_SESSION == *regolith ]]; then
de=Regolith
elif [[ $XDG_CURRENT_DESKTOP ]]; then
de=${XDG_CURRENT_DESKTOP/X\-}
de=${de/Budgie:GNOME/Budgie}
de=${de/:Unity7:ubuntu}
elif [[ $DESKTOP_SESSION ]]; then
de=${DESKTOP_SESSION##*/}
elif [[ $GNOME_DESKTOP_SESSION_ID ]]; then
de=GNOME
elif [[ $MATE_DESKTOP_SESSION_ID ]]; then
de=MATE
elif [[ $TDE_FULL_SESSION ]]; then
de=Trinity
fi
# When a window manager is started from a display manager
# the desktop variables are sometimes also set to the
# window manager name. This checks to see if WM == DE
# and discards the DE value.
[[ $de == "$wm" ]] && { unset -v de; return; }
;;
esac
# Fallback to using xprop.
[[ $DISPLAY && -z $de ]] && type -p xprop &>/dev/null && \
de=$(xprop -root | awk '/KDE_SESSION_VERSION|^_MUFFIN|xfce4|xfce5/')
# Format strings.
case $de in
KDE_SESSION_VERSION*) de=KDE${de/* = } ;;
*xfce4*) de=Xfce4 ;;
*xfce5*) de=Xfce5 ;;
*xfce*) de=Xfce ;;
*mate*) de=MATE ;;
*GNOME*) de=GNOME ;;
*MUFFIN*) de=Cinnamon ;;
esac
((${KDE_SESSION_VERSION:-0} >= 4)) && de=${de/KDE/Plasma}
if [[ $de_version == on && $de ]]; then
case $de in
Plasma*) de_ver=$(plasmashell --version) ;;
MATE*) de_ver=$(mate-session --version) ;;
Xfce*) de_ver=$(xfce4-session --version) ;;
GNOME*) de_ver=$(gnome-shell --version) ;;
Cinnamon*) de_ver=$(cinnamon --version) ;;
Deepin*) de_ver=$(awk -F'=' '/MajorVersion/ {print $2}' /etc/os-version) ;;
Budgie*) de_ver=$(budgie-desktop --version) ;;
LXQt*) de_ver=$(lxqt-session --version) ;;
Lumina*) de_ver=$(lumina-desktop --version 2>&1) ;;
Trinity*) de_ver=$(tde-config --version) ;;
Unity*) de_ver=$(unity --version) ;;
esac
de_ver=${de_ver/*TDE:}
de_ver=${de_ver/tde-config*}
de_ver=${de_ver/liblxqt*}
de_ver=${de_ver/Copyright*}
de_ver=${de_ver/)*}
de_ver=${de_ver/* }
de_ver=${de_ver//\"}
de+=" $de_ver"
fi
# TODO:
# - New config option + flag: --de_display_server on/off ?
# - Add display of X11, Arcan and anything else relevant.
[[ $de && $WAYLAND_DISPLAY ]] &&
de+=" (Wayland)"
de_run=1
}
get_wm() {
# If function was run, stop here.
((wm_run == 1)) && return
case $kernel_name in
*OpenBSD*) ps_flags=(x -c) ;;
*) ps_flags=(-e) ;;
esac
if [[ -O "${XDG_RUNTIME_DIR}/${WAYLAND_DISPLAY:-wayland-0}" ]]; then
if tmp_pid="$(lsof -t "${XDG_RUNTIME_DIR}/${WAYLAND_DISPLAY:-wayland-0}" 2>&1)" ||
tmp_pid="$(fuser "${XDG_RUNTIME_DIR}/${WAYLAND_DISPLAY:-wayland-0}" 2>&1)"; then
wm="$(ps -p "${tmp_pid}" -ho comm=)"
else
# lsof may not exist, or may need root on some systems. Similarly fuser.
# On those systems we search for a list of known window managers, this can mistakenly
# match processes for another user or session and will miss unlisted window managers.
wm=$(ps "${ps_flags[@]}" | grep -m 1 -o -F \
-e arcan \
-e asc \
-e clayland \
-e dwc \
-e fireplace \
-e gnome-shell \
-e greenfield \
-e grefsen \
-e hikari \
-e kwin \
-e lipstick \
-e maynard \
-e mazecompositor \
-e motorcar \
-e orbital \
-e orbment \
-e perceptia \
-e river \
-e rustland \
-e sway \
-e ulubis \
-e velox \
-e wavy \
-e way-cooler \
-e wayfire \
-e wayhouse \
-e westeros \
-e westford \
-e weston)
fi
elif [[ $DISPLAY && $os != "Mac OS X" && $os != "macOS" && $os != FreeMiNT ]]; then
# non-EWMH WMs.
wm=$(ps "${ps_flags[@]}" | grep -m 1 -o \
-e "[s]owm" \
-e "[c]atwm" \
-e "[f]vwm" \
-e "[d]wm" \
-e "[2]bwm" \
-e "[m]onsterwm" \
-e "[t]inywm" \
-e "[x]11fs" \
-e "[x]monad")
[[ -z $wm ]] && type -p xprop &>/dev/null && {
id=$(xprop -root -notype _NET_SUPPORTING_WM_CHECK)
id=${id##* }
wm=$(xprop -id "$id" -notype -len 100 -f _NET_WM_NAME 8t)
wm=${wm/*WM_NAME = }
wm=${wm/\"}
wm=${wm/\"*}
}
else
case $os in
"Mac OS X"|"macOS")
ps_line=$(ps -e | grep -o \
-e "[S]pectacle" \
-e "[A]methyst" \
-e "[k]wm" \
-e "[c]hun[k]wm" \
-e "[y]abai" \
-e "[R]ectangle")
case $ps_line in
*chunkwm*) wm=chunkwm ;;
*kwm*) wm=Kwm ;;
*yabai*) wm=yabai ;;
*Amethyst*) wm=Amethyst ;;
*Spectacle*) wm=Spectacle ;;
*Rectangle*) wm=Rectangle ;;
*) wm="Quartz Compositor" ;;
esac
;;
Windows)
wm=$(
tasklist |
grep -Fom 1 \
-e bugn \
-e Windawesome \
-e blackbox \
-e emerge \
-e litestep
)
[[ $wm == blackbox ]] &&
wm="bbLean (Blackbox)"
wm=${wm:+$wm, }DWM.exe
;;
FreeMiNT)
freemint_wm=(/proc/*)
case ${freemint_wm[*]} in
*xaaes* | *xaloader*) wm=XaAES ;;
*myaes*) wm=MyAES ;;
*naes*) wm=N.AES ;;
geneva) wm=Geneva ;;
*) wm="Atari AES" ;;
esac
;;
esac
fi
# Rename window managers to their proper values.
[[ $wm == *WINDOWMAKER* ]] && wm=wmaker
[[ $wm == *GNOME*Shell* ]] && wm=Mutter
wm_run=1
}
get_wm_theme() {
((wm_run != 1)) && get_wm
((de_run != 1)) && get_de
case $wm in
E16)
wm_theme=$(awk -F "= " '/theme.name/ {print $2}' "${HOME}/.e16/e_config--0.0.cfg")
;;
Sawfish)
wm_theme=$(awk -F '\\(quote|\\)' '/default-frame-style/ {print $(NF-4)}' \
"$HOME/.sawfish/custom")
;;
Cinnamon|Muffin|"Mutter (Muffin)")
detheme=$(gsettings get org.cinnamon.theme name)
wm_theme=$(gsettings get org.cinnamon.desktop.wm.preferences theme)
wm_theme="$detheme ($wm_theme)"
;;
Compiz|Mutter|Gala)
if type -p gsettings >/dev/null; then
wm_theme=$(gsettings get org.gnome.shell.extensions.user-theme name)
[[ ${wm_theme//\'} ]] || \
wm_theme=$(gsettings get org.gnome.desktop.wm.preferences theme)
elif type -p gconftool-2 >/dev/null; then
wm_theme=$(gconftool-2 -g /apps/metacity/general/theme)
fi
;;
Metacity*)
if [[ $de == Deepin ]]; then
wm_theme=$(gsettings get com.deepin.wrap.gnome.desktop.wm.preferences theme)
elif [[ $de == MATE ]]; then
wm_theme=$(gsettings get org.mate.Marco.general theme)
else
wm_theme=$(gconftool-2 -g /apps/metacity/general/theme)
fi
;;
E17|Enlightenment)
if type -p eet >/dev/null; then
wm_theme=$(eet -d "$HOME/.e/e/config/standard/e.cfg" config |\
awk '/value \"file\" string.*.edj/ {print $4}')
wm_theme=${wm_theme##*/}
wm_theme=${wm_theme%.*}
fi
;;
Fluxbox)
[[ -f $HOME/.fluxbox/init ]] &&
wm_theme=$(awk -F "/" '/styleFile/ {print $NF}' "$HOME/.fluxbox/init")
;;
IceWM*)
[[ -f $HOME/.icewm/theme ]] &&
wm_theme=$(awk -F "[\",/]" '!/#/ {print $2}' "$HOME/.icewm/theme")
;;
Openbox)
case $de in
LXDE*) ob_file=lxde-rc ;;
LXQt*) ob_file=lxqt-rc ;;
*) ob_file=rc ;;
esac
ob_file=$XDG_CONFIG_HOME/openbox/$ob_file.xml
[[ -f $ob_file ]] &&
wm_theme=$(awk '/<theme>/ {while (getline n) {if (match(n, /<name>/))
{l=n; exit}}} END {split(l, a, "[<>]"); print a[3]}' "$ob_file")
;;
PekWM)
[[ -f $HOME/.pekwm/config ]] &&
wm_theme=$(awk -F "/" '/Theme/{gsub(/\"/,""); print $NF}' "$HOME/.pekwm/config")
;;
Xfwm4)
[[ -f $HOME/.config/xfce4/xfconf/xfce-perchannel-xml/xfwm4.xml ]] &&
wm_theme=$(xfconf-query -c xfwm4 -p /general/theme)
;;
KWin*)
kde_config_dir
kwinrc=$kde_config_dir/kwinrc
kdebugrc=$kde_config_dir/kdebugrc
if [[ -f $kwinrc ]]; then
wm_theme=$(awk '/theme=/ {
gsub(/theme=.*qml_|theme=.*svg__/,"",$0);
print $0;
exit
}' "$kwinrc")
[[ "$wm_theme" ]] ||
wm_theme=$(awk '/library=org.kde/ {
gsub(/library=org.kde./,"",$0);
print $0;
exit
}' "$kwinrc")
[[ $wm_theme ]] ||
wm_theme=$(awk '/PluginLib=kwin3_/ {
gsub(/PluginLib=kwin3_/,"",$0);
print $0;
exit
}' "$kwinrc")
elif [[ -f $kdebugrc ]]; then
wm_theme=$(awk '/(decoration)/ {gsub(/\[/,"",$1); print $1; exit}' "$kdebugrc")
fi
wm_theme=${wm_theme/theme=}
;;
"Quartz Compositor")
global_preferences=$HOME/Library/Preferences/.GlobalPreferences.plist
wm_theme=$(PlistBuddy -c "Print AppleInterfaceStyle" "$global_preferences")
wm_theme_color=$(PlistBuddy -c "Print AppleAccentColor" "$global_preferences")
[[ "$wm_theme" ]] ||
wm_theme=Light
case $wm_theme_color in
-1) wm_theme_color=Graphite ;;
0) wm_theme_color=Red ;;
1) wm_theme_color=Orange ;;
2) wm_theme_color=Yellow ;;
3) wm_theme_color=Green ;;
5) wm_theme_color=Purple ;;
6) wm_theme_color=Pink ;;
*) wm_theme_color=Blue ;;
esac
wm_theme="$wm_theme_color ($wm_theme)"
;;
*Explorer)
path=/proc/registry/HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/Microsoft
path+=/Windows/CurrentVersion/Themes/CurrentTheme
wm_theme=$(head -n1 "$path")
wm_theme=${wm_theme##*\\}
wm_theme=${wm_theme%.*}
;;
Blackbox|bbLean*)
path=$(wmic process get ExecutablePath | grep -F "blackbox")
path=${path//\\/\/}
wm_theme=$(grep '^session\.styleFile:' "${path/\.exe/.rc}")
wm_theme=${wm_theme/session\.styleFile: }
wm_theme=${wm_theme##*\\}
wm_theme=${wm_theme%.*}
;;
esac
wm_theme=$(trim_quotes "$wm_theme")
}
get_cpu() {
case $os in
"Linux" | "MINIX" | "Windows")
# Get CPU name.
cpu_file="/proc/cpuinfo"
case $kernel_machine in
"frv" | "hppa" | "m68k" | "openrisc" | "or"* | "powerpc" | "ppc"* | "sparc"*)
cpu="$(awk -F':' '/^cpu\t|^CPU/ {printf $2; exit}' "$cpu_file")"
;;
"s390"*)
cpu="$(awk -F'=' '/machine/ {print $4; exit}' "$cpu_file")"
;;
"ia64" | "m32r")
cpu="$(awk -F':' '/model/ {print $2; exit}' "$cpu_file")"
[[ -z "$cpu" ]] && cpu="$(awk -F':' '/family/ {printf $2; exit}' "$cpu_file")"
;;
*)
cpu="$(awk -F '\\s*: | @' \
'/model name|Hardware|Processor|^cpu model|chip type|^cpu type/ {
cpu=$2; if ($1 == "Hardware") exit } END { print cpu }' "$cpu_file")"
;;
esac
speed_dir="/sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq"
# Select the right temperature file.
for temp_dir in /sys/class/hwmon/*; do
[[ "$(< "${temp_dir}/name")" =~ (cpu_thermal|coretemp|fam15h_power|k10temp) ]] && {
temp_dirs=("$temp_dir"/temp*_input)
temp_dir=${temp_dirs[0]}
break
}
done
# Get CPU speed.
if [[ -d "$speed_dir" ]]; then
# Fallback to bios_limit if $speed_type fails.
speed="$(< "${speed_dir}/${speed_type}")" ||\
speed="$(< "${speed_dir}/bios_limit")" ||\
speed="$(< "${speed_dir}/scaling_max_freq")" ||\
speed="$(< "${speed_dir}/cpuinfo_max_freq")"
speed="$((speed / 1000))"
else
case $kernel_machine in
"sparc"*)
# SPARC systems use a different file to expose clock speed information.
speed_file="/sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/clock_tick"
speed="$(($(< "$speed_file") / 1000000))"
;;
*)
speed="$(awk -F ': |\\.' '/cpu MHz|^clock/ {printf $2; exit}' "$cpu_file")"
speed="${speed/MHz}"
;;
esac
fi
# Get CPU temp.
[[ -f "$temp_dir" ]] && deg="$(($(< "$temp_dir") * 100 / 10000))"
# Get CPU cores.
case $kernel_machine in
"sparc"*)
case $cpu_cores in
# SPARC systems doesn't expose detailed topology information in
# /proc/cpuinfo so I have to use lscpu here.
"logical" | "on")
cores="$(lscpu | awk -F ': *' '/^CPU\(s\)/ {print $2}')"
;;
"physical")
cores="$(lscpu | awk -F ': *' '/^Core\(s\) per socket/ {print $2}')"
sockets="$(lscpu | awk -F ': *' '/^Socket\(s\)/ {print $2}')"
cores="$((sockets * cores))"
;;
esac
;;
*)
case $cpu_cores in
"logical" | "on")
cores="$(grep -c "^processor" "$cpu_file")"
;;
"physical")
cores="$(awk '/^core id/&&!a[$0]++{++i} END {print i}' "$cpu_file")"
;;
esac
;;
esac
;;
"Mac OS X"|"macOS")
cpu="$(sysctl -n machdep.cpu.brand_string)"
# Get CPU cores.
case $cpu_cores in
"logical" | "on") cores="$(sysctl -n hw.logicalcpu_max)" ;;
"physical") cores="$(sysctl -n hw.physicalcpu_max)" ;;
esac
;;
"iPhone OS")
case $kernel_machine in
"iPhone1,"[1-2] | "iPod1,1"): "Samsung S5L8900 (1) @ 412MHz" ;;
"iPhone2,1"): "Samsung S5PC100 (1) @ 600MHz" ;;
"iPhone3,"[1-3] | "iPod4,1"): "Apple A4 (1) @ 800MHz" ;;
"iPhone4,1" | "iPod5,1"): "Apple A5 (2) @ 800MHz" ;;
"iPhone5,"[1-4]): "Apple A6 (2) @ 1.3GHz" ;;
"iPhone6,"[1-2]): "Apple A7 (2) @ 1.3GHz" ;;
"iPhone7,"[1-2]): "Apple A8 (2) @ 1.4GHz" ;;
"iPhone8,"[1-4] | "iPad6,1"[12]): "Apple A9 (2) @ 1.85GHz" ;;
"iPhone9,"[1-4] | "iPad7,"[5-6] | "iPad7,1"[1-2]):
"Apple A10 Fusion (4) @ 2.34GHz"
;;
"iPhone10,"[1-6]): "Apple A11 Bionic (6) @ 2.39GHz" ;;
"iPhone11,"[2468] | "iPad11,"[1-4] | "iPad11,"[6-7]): "Apple A12 Bionic (6) @ 2.49GHz" ;;
"iPhone12,"[1358]): "Apple A13 Bionic (6) @ 2.65GHz" ;;
"iPhone13,"[1-4] | "iPad13,"[1-2]): "Apple A14 Bionic (6) @ 3.00Ghz" ;;
"iPod2,1"): "Samsung S5L8720 (1) @ 533MHz" ;;
"iPod3,1"): "Samsung S5L8922 (1) @ 600MHz" ;;
"iPod7,1"): "Apple A8 (2) @ 1.1GHz" ;;
"iPad1,1"): "Apple A4 (1) @ 1GHz" ;;
"iPad2,"[1-7]): "Apple A5 (2) @ 1GHz" ;;
"iPad3,"[1-3]): "Apple A5X (2) @ 1GHz" ;;
"iPad3,"[4-6]): "Apple A6X (2) @ 1.4GHz" ;;
"iPad4,"[1-3]): "Apple A7 (2) @ 1.4GHz" ;;
"iPad4,"[4-9]): "Apple A7 (2) @ 1.4GHz" ;;
"iPad5,"[1-2]): "Apple A8 (2) @ 1.5GHz" ;;
"iPad5,"[3-4]): "Apple A8X (3) @ 1.5GHz" ;;
"iPad6,"[3-4]): "Apple A9X (2) @ 2.16GHz" ;;
"iPad6,"[7-8]): "Apple A9X (2) @ 2.26GHz" ;;
"iPad7,"[1-4]): "Apple A10X Fusion (6) @ 2.39GHz" ;;
"iPad8,"[1-8]): "Apple A12X Bionic (8) @ 2.49GHz" ;;
"iPad8,9" | "iPad8,1"[0-2]): "Apple A12Z Bionic (8) @ 2.49GHz" ;;
esac
cpu="$_"
;;
"BSD")
# Get CPU name.
cpu="$(sysctl -n hw.model)"
cpu="${cpu/[0-9]\.*}"
cpu="${cpu/ @*}"
# Get CPU speed.
speed="$(sysctl -n hw.cpuspeed)"
[[ -z "$speed" ]] && speed="$(sysctl -n hw.clockrate)"
# Get CPU cores.
case $kernel_name in
"OpenBSD"*)
[[ "$(sysctl -n hw.smt)" == "1" ]] && smt="on" || smt="off"
ncpufound="$(sysctl -n hw.ncpufound)"
ncpuonline="$(sysctl -n hw.ncpuonline)"
cores="${ncpuonline}/${ncpufound},\\xc2\\xa0SMT\\xc2\\xa0${smt}"
;;
*)
cores="$(sysctl -n hw.ncpu)"
;;
esac
# Get CPU temp.
case $kernel_name in
"FreeBSD"* | "DragonFly"* | "NetBSD"*)
deg="$(sysctl -n dev.cpu.0.temperature)"
deg="${deg/C}"
;;
"OpenBSD"* | "Bitrig"*)
deg="$(sysctl hw.sensors | \
awk -F'=|degC' '/(ksmn|adt|lm|cpu)0.temp0/ {printf("%2.1f", $2); exit}')"
;;
esac
;;
"Solaris")
# Get CPU name.
cpu="$(psrinfo -pv)"
cpu="${cpu//*$'\n'}"
cpu="${cpu/[0-9]\.*}"
cpu="${cpu/ @*}"
cpu="${cpu/\(portid*}"
# Get CPU speed.
speed="$(psrinfo -v | awk '/operates at/ {print $6; exit}')"
# Get CPU cores.
case $cpu_cores in
"logical" | "on") cores="$(kstat -m cpu_info | grep -c -F "chip_id")" ;;
"physical") cores="$(psrinfo -p)" ;;
esac
;;
"Haiku")
# Get CPU name.
cpu="$(sysinfo -cpu | awk -F '\\"' '/CPU #0/ {print $2}')"
cpu="${cpu/@*}"
# Get CPU speed.
speed="$(sysinfo -cpu | awk '/running at/ {print $NF; exit}')"
speed="${speed/MHz}"
# Get CPU cores.
cores="$(sysinfo -cpu | grep -c -F 'CPU #')"
;;
"AIX")
# Get CPU name.
cpu="$(lsattr -El proc0 -a type | awk '{printf $2}')"
# Get CPU speed.
speed="$(prtconf -s | awk -F':' '{printf $2}')"
speed="${speed/MHz}"
# Get CPU cores.
case $cpu_cores in
"logical" | "on")
cores="$(lparstat -i | awk -F':' '/Online Virtual CPUs/ {printf $2}')"
;;
"physical")
cores="$(lparstat -i | awk -F':' '/Active Physical CPUs/ {printf $2}')"
;;
esac
;;
"IRIX")
# Get CPU name.
cpu="$(hinv -c processor | awk -F':' '/CPU:/ {printf $2}')"
# Get CPU speed.
speed="$(hinv -c processor | awk '/MHZ/ {printf $2}')"
# Get CPU cores.
cores="$(sysconf NPROC_ONLN)"
;;
"FreeMiNT")
cpu="$(awk -F':' '/CPU:/ {printf $2}' /kern/cpuinfo)"
speed="$(awk -F '[:.M]' '/Clocking:/ {printf $2}' /kern/cpuinfo)"
;;
esac
# Remove un-needed patterns from cpu output.
cpu="${cpu//(TM)}"
cpu="${cpu//(tm)}"
cpu="${cpu//(R)}"
cpu="${cpu//(r)}"
cpu="${cpu//CPU}"
cpu="${cpu//Processor}"
cpu="${cpu//Dual-Core}"
cpu="${cpu//Quad-Core}"
cpu="${cpu//Six-Core}"
cpu="${cpu//Eight-Core}"
cpu="${cpu//[1-9][0-9]-Core}"
cpu="${cpu//[0-9]-Core}"
cpu="${cpu//, * Compute Cores}"
cpu="${cpu//Core / }"
cpu="${cpu//(\"AuthenticAMD\"*)}"
cpu="${cpu//with Radeon * Graphics}"
cpu="${cpu//, altivec supported}"
cpu="${cpu//FPU*}"
cpu="${cpu//Chip Revision*}"
cpu="${cpu//Technologies, Inc}"
cpu="${cpu//Core2/Core 2}"
# Trim spaces from core and speed output
cores="${cores//[[:space:]]}"
speed="${speed//[[:space:]]}"
# Remove CPU brand from the output.
if [[ "$cpu_brand" == "off" ]]; then
cpu="${cpu/AMD }"
cpu="${cpu/Intel }"
cpu="${cpu/Core? Duo }"
cpu="${cpu/Qualcomm }"
fi
# Add CPU cores to the output.
[[ "$cpu_cores" != "off" && "$cores" ]] && \
case $os in
"Mac OS X"|"macOS") cpu="${cpu/@/(${cores}) @}" ;;
*) cpu="$cpu ($cores)" ;;
esac
# Add CPU speed to the output.
if [[ "$cpu_speed" != "off" && "$speed" ]]; then
if (( speed < 1000 )); then
cpu="$cpu @ ${speed}MHz"
else
[[ "$speed_shorthand" == "on" ]] && speed="$((speed / 100))"
speed="${speed:0:1}.${speed:1}"
cpu="$cpu @ ${speed}GHz"
fi
fi
# Add CPU temp to the output.
if [[ "$cpu_temp" != "off" && "$deg" ]]; then
deg="${deg//.}"
# Convert to Fahrenheit if enabled
[[ "$cpu_temp" == "F" ]] && deg="$((deg * 90 / 50 + 320))"
# Format the output
deg="[${deg/${deg: -1}}.${deg: -1}°${cpu_temp:-C}]"
cpu="$cpu $deg"
fi
}
get_gpu() {
case $os in
"Linux")
# Read GPUs into array.
gpu_cmd="$(lspci -mm |
awk -F '\"|\" \"|\\(' \
'/"Display|"3D|"VGA/ {
a[$0] = $1 " " $3 " " ($(NF-1) ~ /^$|^Device [[:xdigit:]]+$/ ? $4 : $(NF-1))
}
END { for (i in a) {
if (!seen[a[i]]++) {
sub("^[^ ]+ ", "", a[i]);
print a[i]
}
}}')"
IFS=$'\n' read -d "" -ra gpus <<< "$gpu_cmd"
# Remove duplicate Intel Graphics outputs.
# This fixes cases where the outputs are both
# Intel but not entirely identical.
#
# Checking the first two array elements should
# be safe since there won't be 2 intel outputs if
# there's a dedicated GPU in play.
[[ "${gpus[0]}" == *Intel* && "${gpus[1]}" == *Intel* ]] && unset -v "gpus[0]"
for gpu in "${gpus[@]}"; do
# GPU shorthand tests.
[[ "$gpu_type" == "dedicated" && "$gpu" == *Intel* ]] || \
[[ "$gpu_type" == "integrated" && ! "$gpu" == *Intel* ]] && \
{ unset -v gpu; continue; }
case $gpu in
*"Advanced"*)
brand="${gpu/*AMD*ATI*/AMD ATI}"
brand="${brand:-${gpu/*AMD*/AMD}}"
brand="${brand:-${gpu/*ATI*/ATi}}"
gpu="${gpu/\[AMD\/ATI\] }"
gpu="${gpu/\[AMD\] }"
gpu="${gpu/OEM }"
gpu="${gpu/Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.}"
gpu="${gpu/*\[}"
gpu="${gpu/\]*}"
gpu="$brand $gpu"
;;
*"NVIDIA"*)
gpu="${gpu/*\[}"
gpu="${gpu/\]*}"
gpu="NVIDIA $gpu"
;;
*"Intel"*)
gpu="${gpu/*Intel/Intel}"
gpu="${gpu/\(R\)}"
gpu="${gpu/Corporation}"
gpu="${gpu/ \(*}"
gpu="${gpu/Integrated Graphics Controller}"
gpu="${gpu/*Xeon*/Intel HD Graphics}"
[[ -z "$(trim "$gpu")" ]] && gpu="Intel Integrated Graphics"
;;
*"MCST"*)
gpu="${gpu/*MCST*MGA2*/MCST MGA2}"
;;
*"VirtualBox"*)
gpu="VirtualBox Graphics Adapter"
;;
*) continue ;;
esac
if [[ "$gpu_brand" == "off" ]]; then
gpu="${gpu/AMD }"
gpu="${gpu/NVIDIA }"
gpu="${gpu/Intel }"
fi
prin "${subtitle:+${subtitle}${gpu_name}}" "$gpu"
done
return
;;
"Mac OS X"|"macOS")
if [[ -f "${cache_dir}/neofetch/gpu" ]]; then
source "${cache_dir}/neofetch/gpu"
else
gpu="$(system_profiler SPDisplaysDataType |\
awk -F': ' '/^\ *Chipset Model:/ {printf $2 ", "}')"
gpu="${gpu//\/ \$}"
gpu="${gpu%,*}"
cache "gpu" "$gpu"
fi
;;
"iPhone OS")
case $kernel_machine in
"iPhone1,"[1-2]): "PowerVR MBX Lite 3D" ;;
"iPhone2,1" | "iPhone3,"[1-3] | "iPod3,1" | "iPod4,1" | "iPad1,1"):
"PowerVR SGX535"
;;
"iPhone4,1" | "iPad2,"[1-7] | "iPod5,1"): "PowerVR SGX543MP2" ;;
"iPhone5,"[1-4]): "PowerVR SGX543MP3" ;;
"iPhone6,"[1-2] | "iPad4,"[1-9]): "PowerVR G6430" ;;
"iPhone7,"[1-2] | "iPod7,1" | "iPad5,"[1-2]): "PowerVR GX6450" ;;
"iPhone8,"[1-4] | "iPad6,1"[12]): "PowerVR GT7600" ;;
"iPhone9,"[1-4] | "iPad7,"[5-6]): "PowerVR GT7600 Plus" ;;
"iPhone10,"[1-6]): "Apple Designed GPU (A11)" ;;
"iPhone11,"[2468] | "iPad11,"[67]): "Apple Designed GPU (A12)" ;;
"iPhone12,"[1358]): "Apple Designed GPU (A13)" ;;
"iPhone13,"[1234] | "iPad13,"[12]): "Apple Designed GPU (A14)" ;;
"iPad3,"[1-3]): "PowerVR SGX534MP4" ;;
"iPad3,"[4-6]): "PowerVR SGX554MP4" ;;
"iPad5,"[3-4]): "PowerVR GXA6850" ;;
"iPad6,"[3-8]): "PowerVR 7XT" ;;
"iPod1,1" | "iPod2,1")
: "PowerVR MBX Lite"
;;
esac
gpu="$_"
;;
"Windows")
wmic path Win32_VideoController get caption | while read -r line; do
line=$(trim "$line")
case $line in
*Caption*|'')
continue
;;
*)
prin "${subtitle:+${subtitle}${gpu_name}}" "$line"
;;
esac
done
;;
"Haiku")
gpu="$(listdev | grep -A2 -F 'device Display controller' |\
awk -F':' '/device beef/ {print $2}')"
;;
*)
case $kernel_name in
"FreeBSD"* | "DragonFly"*)
gpu="$(pciconf -lv | grep -B 4 -F "VGA" | grep -F "device")"
gpu="${gpu/*device*= }"
gpu="$(trim_quotes "$gpu")"
;;
*)
gpu="$(glxinfo -B | grep -F 'OpenGL renderer string')"
gpu="${gpu/OpenGL renderer string: }"
;;
esac
;;
esac
if [[ "$gpu_brand" == "off" ]]; then
gpu="${gpu/AMD}"
gpu="${gpu/NVIDIA}"
gpu="${gpu/Intel}"
fi
}
get_memory() {
case $os in
"Linux" | "Windows")
# MemUsed = Memtotal + Shmem - MemFree - Buffers - Cached - SReclaimable
# Source: https://github.com/KittyKatt/screenFetch/issues/386#issuecomment-249312716
while IFS=":" read -r a b; do
case $a in
"MemTotal") ((mem_used+=${b/kB})); mem_total="${b/kB}" ;;
"Shmem") ((mem_used+=${b/kB})) ;;
"MemFree" | "Buffers" | "Cached" | "SReclaimable")
mem_used="$((mem_used-=${b/kB}))"
;;
# Available since Linux 3.14rc (34e431b0ae398fc54ea69ff85ec700722c9da773).
# If detected this will be used over the above calculation for mem_used.
"MemAvailable")
mem_avail=${b/kB}
;;
esac
done < /proc/meminfo
if [[ $mem_avail ]]; then
mem_used=$(((mem_total - mem_avail) / 1024))
else
mem_used="$((mem_used / 1024))"
fi
mem_total="$((mem_total / 1024))"
;;
"Mac OS X" | "macOS" | "iPhone OS")
hw_pagesize="$(sysctl -n hw.pagesize)"
mem_total="$(($(sysctl -n hw.memsize) / 1024 / 1024))"
pages_app="$(($(sysctl -n vm.page_pageable_internal_count) - $(sysctl -n vm.page_purgeable_count)))"
pages_wired="$(vm_stat | awk '/ wired/ { print $4 }')"
pages_compressed="$(vm_stat | awk '/ occupied/ { printf $5 }')"
pages_compressed="${pages_compressed:-0}"
mem_used="$(((${pages_app} + ${pages_wired//.} + ${pages_compressed//.}) * hw_pagesize / 1024 / 1024))"
;;
"BSD" | "MINIX")
# Mem total.
case $kernel_name in
"NetBSD"*) mem_total="$(($(sysctl -n hw.physmem64) / 1024 / 1024))" ;;
*) mem_total="$(($(sysctl -n hw.physmem) / 1024 / 1024))" ;;
esac
# Mem free.
case $kernel_name in
"NetBSD"*)
mem_free="$(($(awk -F ':|kB' '/MemFree:/ {printf $2}' /proc/meminfo) / 1024))"
;;
"FreeBSD"* | "DragonFly"*)
hw_pagesize="$(sysctl -n hw.pagesize)"
mem_inactive="$(($(sysctl -n vm.stats.vm.v_inactive_count) * hw_pagesize))"
mem_unused="$(($(sysctl -n vm.stats.vm.v_free_count) * hw_pagesize))"
mem_cache="$(($(sysctl -n vm.stats.vm.v_cache_count) * hw_pagesize))"
mem_free="$(((mem_inactive + mem_unused + mem_cache) / 1024 / 1024))"
;;
"MINIX")
mem_free="$(top -d 1 | awk -F ',' '/^Memory:/ {print $2}')"
mem_free="${mem_free/M Free}"
;;
"OpenBSD"*) ;;
*) mem_free="$(($(vmstat | awk 'END {printf $5}') / 1024))" ;;
esac
# Mem used.
case $kernel_name in
"OpenBSD"*)
mem_used="$(vmstat | awk 'END {printf $3}')"
mem_used="${mem_used/M}"
;;
*) mem_used="$((mem_total - mem_free))" ;;
esac
;;
"Solaris" | "AIX")
hw_pagesize="$(pagesize)"
case $os in
"Solaris")
pages_total="$(kstat -p unix:0:system_pages:pagestotal | awk '{print $2}')"
pages_free="$(kstat -p unix:0:system_pages:pagesfree | awk '{print $2}')"
;;
"AIX")
IFS=$'\n'"| " read -d "" -ra mem_stat <<< "$(svmon -G -O unit=page)"
pages_total="${mem_stat[11]}"
pages_free="${mem_stat[16]}"
;;
esac
mem_total="$((pages_total * hw_pagesize / 1024 / 1024))"
mem_free="$((pages_free * hw_pagesize / 1024 / 1024))"
mem_used="$((mem_total - mem_free))"
;;
"Haiku")
mem_total="$(($(sysinfo -mem | awk -F '\\/ |)' '{print $2; exit}') / 1024 / 1024))"
mem_used="$(sysinfo -mem | awk -F '\\/|)' '{print $2; exit}')"
mem_used="$((${mem_used/max} / 1024 / 1024))"
;;
"IRIX")
IFS=$'\n' read -d "" -ra mem_cmd <<< "$(pmem)"
IFS=" " read -ra mem_stat <<< "${mem_cmd[0]}"
mem_total="$((mem_stat[3] / 1024))"
mem_free="$((mem_stat[5] / 1024))"
mem_used="$((mem_total - mem_free))"
;;
"FreeMiNT")
mem="$(awk -F ':|kB' '/MemTotal:|MemFree:/ {printf $2, " "}' /kern/meminfo)"
mem_free="${mem/* }"
mem_total="${mem/$mem_free}"
mem_used="$((mem_total - mem_free))"
mem_total="$((mem_total / 1024))"
mem_used="$((mem_used / 1024))"
;;
esac
[[ "$memory_percent" == "on" ]] && ((mem_perc=mem_used * 100 / mem_total))
case $memory_unit in
gib)
mem_used=$(awk '{printf "%.2f", $1 / $2}' <<< "$mem_used 1024")
mem_total=$(awk '{printf "%.2f", $1 / $2}' <<< "$mem_total 1024")
mem_label=GiB
;;
kib)
mem_used=$((mem_used * 1024))
mem_total=$((mem_total * 1024))
mem_label=KiB
;;