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Querying hardware sensors on Linux, macOS and major BSD systems.
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# UNIX sensors (tingle) # Query CPU, memory, network, power, audio and temperature sensors. Supporting Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, macOS and DragonFlyBSD. It's also probably a useful reference for querying common system information on the most-common Unix-like operating systems. This can be used with pipes by other processes to query the hardware. Or just to display a status line in screen or tmux or some Xorg program. Install: make (or gmake) Usage: tingle [OPTIONS] Where OPTIONS can be a combination of -c Show average CPU usage. -C Show all CPU cores and usage. -k (KB) -m (MB) -g (GB) Show memory usage (unit). -n Show network usage. -p Show power status (ac and battery percentage). -t Show temperature sensors (temperature in celcius). -a Display mixer values (system values). -s Show all in a nicely formatted status bar format. This is the default behaviour with no arguments. With other flags specify (in any order) which components to display in the status bar. -h | -help | --help This help. Alastair Poole <firstname.lastname@example.org>