Dockapp for laptop acpi/apm information
Dockapp which displays acpi/apm information.
his is a typical laptop ACPI dockapp. One interesting feature is the "timer"
mode, where you can keep track of how long the laptop has been "on battery".
This is opposite of the information usually provided by the BIOS, which is
"time remaining", and in many cases wrong. This option can be toggled at
run-time. System messages scroll on the bottom of the window, AC plug flashes
when battery is charging, and green LED inside the big button flashes red if
battery level is critical low.
For install instructions, see "INSTALL" file.
|battery graph| <- visual percentage battery remaining
|[:][=] [100%]| <- [:] - on AC (blink when charging) [=] - on battery
|[00:00] [bX]| <- [00:00] time remaining [bX] battery being monitored.
|status area| <- messages scroll here
see wmacpi -h for some command line switches
wmacpi - Battery status monitor for systems supporting ACPI
acpi - Query battery status for systems supporting ACPI
wmacpi [ -c value ] [ -d display ] [ -m battery no ] [ -s
sample rate ] [ -f ] [ -v ] [ -n ] [ -x ] [ -a samples ] [ -v
] [ -h ]
acpi [ -a sampl
2007 July 14 2.2rc1
Major changes to command line handling and to the way we use
libdockapp, courtesy of Patrice Dumas. This should hopefully fix
several long-standing bugs with non-wmaker window managers (in
particular Debian bugs #280495 and 293546).
Updated to support newer kernels that no longer support
/proc/acpi/info - thanks to Samuel Ortiz.
Fixed a longstanding issue with redrawin
Simon Fowler <email@example.com>
Complete rewriting of the code from wmacpi-1.34.
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