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Dylan Araps edited this page May 17, 2018 · 15 revisions
# 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 "CPU Usage" cpu_usage
    # info "Disk" disk
    # info "Battery" battery
    # info "Font" font
    # info "Song" song
    # info "Local IP" local_ip
    # info "Public IP" public_ip
    # info "Users" users
    # info "Install Date" install_date
    # info "Locale" locale  # This only works on glibc systems.

    info line_break
    info cols
    info line_break
}


# 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', 'off', 'tiny'
# 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', 'off', 'tiny'
# Flag:    --uptime_shorthand
#
# Example:
# on:   '2 days, 10 hours, 3 mins'
# off:  '2 days, 10 hours, 3 minutes'
# tiny: '2d 10h 3m'
uptime_shorthand="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"



# 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'
# 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%)'
disk_subtitle="mount"


# Song


# Manually specify a music player.
#
# Default: 'auto'
# Values:  'auto', 'player-name'
# Flag:    --music_player
#
# Available values for 'player-name':
#
# Google Play
# Spotify
# amarok
# audacious
# banshee
# bluemindo
# clementine
# cmus
# deadbeef
# deepin-music
# elisa
# exaile
# gnome-music
# guayadeque
# iTunes$
# juk
# lollypop
# mocp
# mopidy
# mpd
# pogo
# pragha
# qmmp
# quodlibet
# rhythmbox
# spotify
# tomahawk
# xmms2d
# yarock
# sayonara
# vlc
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"


# Install Date


# Whether to show the time in the output
#
# Default:  'on'
# Values:   'on', 'off'
# Flag:     --install_time
#
# Example:
# on:  'Thu 14 Apr 2016 11:50 PM'
# off: 'Thu 14 Apr 2016'
install_time="on"

# Set time format in the output
#
# Default: '24h'
# Values:  '12h', '24h'
# Flag:    --install_time_format
#
# Example:
# 12h: 'Thu 14 Apr 2016 11:50 PM'
# 24h: 'Thu 14 Apr 2016 23:50'
install_time_format="12h"


# 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="-"


# Color Blocks


# Color block range
# The range of colors to print.
#
# Default:  '0', '7'
# 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 7)

# 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


# 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:   --cpu_display
#          --memory_display
#          --battery_display
#          --disk_display
#
# Example:
# bar:     '[---=======]'
# infobar: 'info [---=======]'
# barinfo: '[---=======] info'
# off:     'info'
cpu_display="off"
memory_display="off"
battery_display="off"
disk_display="off"


# Backend Settings


# Image backend.
#
# Default:  'ascii'
# Values:   'ascii', 'caca', 'catimg', 'jp2a', 'iterm2', 'off', 'termpix', 'pixterm', 'tycat', 'w3m'
# 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/'
# 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: Arch and Ubuntu have 'old' logo variants.
#       Change this to 'arch_old' or 'ubuntu_old' to use the old logos.
# NOTE: Ubuntu has flavor variants.
#       Change this to 'Lubuntu', 'Xubuntu', 'Ubuntu-GNOME' or 'Ubuntu-Budgie' to use the flavors.
# NOTE: Arch, Crux and Gentoo have a smaller logo variant.
#       Change this to 'arch_small', 'crux_small' or 'gentoo_small' to use the small logos.
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"

# 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=


# Scrot Options


# Whether or not to always take a screenshot
# You can manually take a screenshot with "--scrot" or "-s"
#
# Default: 'off'
# Values:  'on', 'off'
# Flags:   --scrot
#          -s
scrot="off"

# Screenshot Program
# Neofetch will automatically use whatever screenshot tool
# is installed on your system.
#
# If 'neofetch -v' says that it couldn't find a screenshot
# tool or you're using a custom tool then you can change
# the option below to a custom command.
#
# Default: 'auto'
# Values:  'auto' 'cmd -flags'
# Flag:    --scrot_cmd
scrot_cmd="auto"

# Screenshot Filename
# What to name the screenshots
#
# Default: 'neofetch-$(date +%F-%I-%M-%S-${RANDOM}).png'
# Values:  'string'
# Flag:    --scrot_name
scrot_name="neofetch-$(date +%F-%I-%M-%S-${RANDOM}).png"

# Image upload host
# Where to upload the image.
#
# Default: 'teknik'
# Values:  'imgur', 'teknik'
# Flag:    --image_host
#
# NOTE: If you'd like another image host to be added to Neofetch.
#       Open an issue on github.
image_host="teknik"


# 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"

# Config version.
#
# NOTE: Don't change this value, neofetch reads this to determine
# how to handle backwards compatibility.
config_version="4.0.0"
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