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bbsload

Langue: en

Version: 264179 (debian - 07/07/09)

Section: 1 (Commandes utilisateur)

NAME

bbsload - system load tool for Blackbox

SYNOPSIS

bbsload [OPTIONS]

DESCRIPTION

bbsload is a Blackbox tool to display your system load.

It can show simple system bar graphs, including load averages for 1, 5 and 15 minute periods, memory usage, swap usage, total system usage, as well as CPU loads for user, nice and system processes and idle time.

USAGE

By default bbsload reads the Blackbox style-file as defined in $HOME/.blackboxrc and copies as much of the style as possible. The result is an application which looks a lot like the toolbar.

The -geometry is given as +x+y or -x-y (or combination) where -x-y is the (x,y) distance of the right bottom of screen to the right bottom of bbsload.

So -geometry -0-0 puts the application in the lower right corner of the screen.

OPTIONS

A summary of the options supported by bbsload is included below.
-display display name
X server to connect to
-c[onfig] filename
use alternate config file
-d[ecorated]
Show 'normal' decorated window
-geom[etry] geometry
Set geometry of window
-h[elp]
Show summary of options and exit.
-n[obb]
fall back on default configuration
-s[hape]
Don't display groundplate
-v[ersion]
Display version number
-w[ithdrawn]
Place bbtool in the Slit

FILES

Default: $datadir=/usr/local/share/

Under Blackbox

 $datadir/bbtools/bbsload.bb the global configuration file
 $HOME/.bbtools/bbsload.bb a local configuration file
 
 
 

Under other Window managers

 $datadir/bbtools/bbsload.nobb the global configuration file
 $HOME/.bbtools/bbsload.nobb a local configuration file
 
 
 

SEE ALSO

blackbox(1)

AUTHOR

This manual page was written by Emanuele Rocca <emarocca@libero.it>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).
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