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commit 5c7145c0f0e3d03a5c085eb54fd27c5e8470ee6b
parent 026c6348af722c9cca4ad9c2cfe47f68b8bc53cb
Author: efe <efe@efe.kim>
Date:   Wed, 26 Dec 2018 21:43:44 -0500

dwm/status_monitor page improvements

- Moved "posix scripts" from status monitor section to helper scripts section.
- Added i3blocks-contrib link for bunch of helper scripts.
- Improved the format of "helper shell scripts" section.

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Mdwm.suckless.org/status_monitor/index.md | 52+++++++++++++++++-----------------------------------
1 file changed, 17 insertions(+), 35 deletions(-)

diff --git a/dwm.suckless.org/status_monitor/index.md b/dwm.suckless.org/status_monitor/index.md @@ -59,47 +59,29 @@ Feel free to add your own status monitors here (keeping the list sorted). * [dwmstat](https://notabug.org/kl3/dwmstat) - small and simple | IP, CPU temperature, system volume, current local time (and more) | config.h | OpenBSD * [go-dwmstatus](https://github.com/oniichaNj/go-dwmstatus) - A Go bar that prints current MPD song, load averages, time/date and battery percentage. * [gods](https://github.com/schachmat/gods) - implemented in Go. prints network speed, cpu, ram, date/time -* [posix scripts](https://notabug.org/kl3/scripts) - basic collection of simple, fully POSIX sh compliant scripts to get various system information * [profil-dwmstatus-1.0.c](profil-dwmstatus-1.0.c) - cpufreq, battery percent and date/time * [suspend-statusbar.c](https://github.com/snobb/dwm-statusbar) - date, loadavg, battery and more. If battery goes below threshold - run suspend command Helper Functions In The Shell ----------------------------- -Return the battery capacity percentage: - - cat /sys/class/power_supply/BAT0/capacity - -Alternatively you can use `acpi -b`. For older systems you can get -the battery capacity from `/proc/acpi/battery/BAT0/state`. - -Return the amount of ram used: - - free -h | awk '(NR==2){ print $3 }' - -Return the temperature of the cpu: - - sed 's/000$/°C/' /sys/class/thermal/thermal_zone0/temp - -Alternatively you can use `acpi -t` or `sensors` from lm-sensors -package. For older systems you can get the cpu temperature from -`/proc/acpi/thermal_zone/THM0/temperature` - -Return the volume for Master audio device: - - amixer get Master | awk -F'[][]' 'END{ print $4":"$2 }' - -Return the keyboard layout: - - setxkbmap -query | awk '/layout/{ print $2 }' - -Return the empty disk space at /home mount point: - - df -h | awk '{ if ($6 == "/home") print $4 }' - -Return the wifi status for interface wlp3s0: - - cat /sys/class/net/wlp3s0/opestate +* [posix scripts](https://notabug.org/kl3/scripts) - basic collection of simple, fully POSIX sh compliant scripts to get various system information +* [i3blocks-contrib](https://github.com/vivien/i3blocks-contrib) - collection of python, perl and shell scripts +* Free memory: `free -h | awk '(NR==2){ print $3 }'` +* Volume (device Master): `amixer get Master | awk -F'[][]' 'END{ print $4":"$2 }'` +* Keyboard layout: `setxkbmap -query | awk '/layout/{ print $2 }'` +* Empty disk space (mountpoint /home): `df -h | awk '{ if ($6 == "/home") print $4 }'` +* wifi status (interface wlp3s0): `cat /sys/class/net/wlp3s0/opestate` +* CPU temperature: `sed 's/000$/°C/' /sys/class/thermal/thermal_zone0/temp` + + Alternatively you can use `acpi -t` or `sensors` from lm-sensors + package. For older systems you can get the cpu temperature from + `/proc/acpi/thermal_zone/THM0/temperature` + +* Remaining battery: `cat /sys/class/power_supply/BAT0/capacity` + + Alternatively you can use `acpi -b`. For older systems you can get + the battery capacity from `/proc/acpi/battery/BAT0/state`. Using shell scripts very well leads to big scripts, which pull in unneeded dependencies. One solution for this is to write everything in C, which is much