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authorLibravatarUnit 193 <unit193@sigma>2014-01-05 23:04:42 -0500
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+#!/usr/bin/env bash
+########################################################################
+#### Script Name: inxi
+#### Version: 1.9.17
+#### Date: 2013-12-02
+#### Patch Number: 00
+########################################################################
+#### SPECIAL THANKS
+########################################################################
+#### Special thanks to all those in #lsc and #smxi for their tireless
+#### dedication helping test inxi modules.
+########################################################################
+#### ABOUT INXI
+########################################################################
+#### inxi is a fork of infobash 3.02, the original bash sys info tool by locsmif
+#### As time permits functionality improvements and recoding will occur.
+####
+#### inxi, the universal, portable, system information tool for irc.
+#### Tested with Irssi, Xchat, Konversation, BitchX, KSirc, ircII,
+#### Gaim/Pidgin, Weechat, KVIrc and Kopete.
+#### Original infobash author and copyright holder:
+#### Copyright (C) 2005-2007 Michiel de Boer a.k.a. locsmif
+#### inxi version: Copyright (C) 2008-2013 Scott Rogers & Harald Hope
+#### Further fixes (listed as known): Horst Tritremmel <hjt at sidux.com>
+#### Steven Barrett (aka: damentz) - usb audio patch; swap percent used patch
+#### Jarett.Stevens - dmidecde -M patch for older systems with the /sys
+####
+#### Current script home page/wiki/svn: http://inxi.googlecode.com
+#### Script forums: http://techpatterns.com/forums/forum-33.html
+#### IRC support: irc.oftc.net channel #smxi
+####
+#### This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
+#### it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
+#### the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or
+#### (at your option) any later version.
+####
+#### This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+#### but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+#### MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
+#### GNU General Public License for more details.
+####
+#### You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+#### along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
+####
+#### If you don't understand what Free Software is, please read (or reread)
+#### this page: http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/free-sw.html
+########################################################################
+#### * Package names in (...) are the Debian Squeeze package name. Check your
+#### distro for proper package name by doing this: which <application>
+#### then find what package owns that application file. Or run --recommends
+#### which shows package names for Debian/Ubuntu, Arch, and Fedora/Redhat/Suse
+####
+#### DEPENDENCIES
+#### * bash >=3.0 (bash); df, readlink, stty, tr, uname, wc (coreutils);
+#### gawk (gawk); grep (grep); lspci (pciutils);
+#### ps, uptime (procps); find (findutils)
+#### * Also the proc filesystem should be present and mounted
+#### * Some features, like -M and -d will not work, or will work incompletely,
+#### if /sys is missing
+####
+#### Apparently unpatched bash 3.0 has arrays broken; bug reports:
+#### http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/bash/bash-3.0-patches/bash30-008
+#### http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/bug-bash/2004-08/msg00144.html
+#### Bash 3.1 for proper array use
+####
+#### Arrays work in bash 2.05b, but "grep -Em" does not
+####
+#### RECOMMENDS (Needed to run certain features, listed by option)
+#### -A - for output of usb audio information: lsusb (usbutils)
+#### -Ax -Nx - for audio/network module version: modinfo (module-init-tools)
+#### -Dx - for hdd temp output (root only default): hddtemp (hddtemp)
+#### For user level hdd temp output: sudo (sudo)
+#### Note: requires user action for this feature to run as user (edit /etc/sudoers file)
+#### -G - full graphics output requires: glxinfo (mesa-utils); xdpyinfo (X11-utils);
+#### xrandr (x11-xserver-utils)
+#### -i - IP information, local/wan - ip (iproute) legacy, not used if ip present: ifconfig (net-tools)
+#### -Ix - view current runlevel while not in X window system (or with -x): runlevel (sysvinit)
+#### -M - for older systems whose kernel does not have /sys data for machine, dmidecode (dmidecode)
+#### -o - for unmounted file system information in unmounted drives (root only default): file (file)
+#### Note: requires user action for this feature to run as user (edit /etc/sudoers file)
+#### For user level unmounted file system type output: sudo (sudo)
+#### -s For any sensors output, fan, temp, etc: sensors (lm-sensors)
+#### Note: requires setup of lm-sensors (sensors-detect and adding modules/modprobe/reboot,
+#### and ideally, pwmconfig) prior to full output being available.
+#### -S For desktop environment, user must be in X and have xprop installed (in X11-utils)
+########################################################################
+#### BSD Adjustments
+#### * sed -i '' form supported by using SED_I="-i ''".
+#### * Note: New BSD sed supports using -r instead of -E for compatibility with gnu sed
+#### However, older, like FreeBSD 7.x, does not have -r so using SED_RX='-E' for this.
+#### * Gnu grep options can be used if the function component is only run in linux
+#### These are the options that bsd grep does not support that inxi uses: -m <number> -o
+#### so make sure if you use those to have them in gnu/linux only sections.
+#### It appears that freebsd uses gnu grep but openbsd uses bsd grep, however.
+#### * BSD ps does not support --without-headers option, and also does not support --sort <option>
+#### Tests show that -m fails to sort memory as expected, but -r does sort cpu percentage.
+#### * BSD_TYPE is set with values null, debian-bsd (debian gnu/kfreebsd), bsd (all other bsds)
+#### * Subshell and array closing ) must not be on their own line unless you use an explicit \
+#### to indicate that logic continues to next line where closing ) or )) are located.
+########################################################################
+#### CONVENTIONS:
+#### * Character Encoding: UTF-8 - this file contains special characters that must be opened and saved as UTF8
+#### * Indentation: TABS
+#### * Do not use `....` (back quotes), those are totally non-reabable, use $(....).
+#### * Do not use one liner flow controls.
+#### The ONLY time you should use ';' (semi-colon) is in this single case: if [[ condition ]];then.
+#### Never use compound 'if': ie, if [[ condition ]] && statement.
+#### * Note: [[ -n $something ]] - double brackets does not require quotes for variables: ie, "$something".
+#### * Always use quotes, double or single, for all string values.
+#### * All new code/methods must be in a function.
+#### * For all boolean tests, use 'true' / 'false'.
+#### !! Do NOT use 0 or 1 unless it's a function return.
+#### * Avoid complicated tests in the if condition itself.
+#### * To 'return' a value in a function, use 'echo <var>'.
+#### * For gawk: use always if ( num_of_cores > 1 ) { hanging { starter for all blocks
+#### This lets us use one method for all gawk structures, including BEGIN/END, if, for, etc
+####
+#### VARIABLE/FUNCTION NAMING:
+#### * All functions should follow standard naming--verb adjective noun.
+#### ie, get_cpu_data
+#### * All variables MUST be initialized / declared explicitly, either top of file, for Globals, or using local
+#### * All variables should clearly explain what they are, except counters like i, j.
+#### * Each word of Bash variable must be separated by '_' (underscore) (camel form), like: cpu_data
+#### * Each word of Gawk variable must be like this (first word lower, following start with upper): cpuData
+#### * Global variables are 'UPPER CASE', at top of this file.
+#### ie, SOME_VARIABLE=''
+#### * Local variables are 'lower case' and declared at the top of the function using local, always.
+#### ie: local some_variable=''
+#### * Locals that will be inherited by child functions have first char capitalized (so you know they are inherited).
+#### ie, Some_Variable
+#### * Booleans should start with b_ (local) or B_ (global) and state clearly what is being tested.
+#### * Arrays should start with a_ (local) or A_ (global).
+####
+#### SPECIAL NOTES:
+#### * The color variable ${C2} must always be followed by a space unless you know what
+#### character is going to be next for certain. Otherwise irc color codes can be accidentally
+#### activated or altered.
+#### * For native script konversation support (check distro for correct konvi scripts path):
+#### ln -s <path to inxi> /usr/share/apps/konversation/scripts/inxi
+#### DCOP doesn't like \n, so avoid using it for most output unless required, as in error messages.
+#### * print_screen_output " " # requires space, not null, to avoid error in for example in irssi
+#### * For logging of array data, array must be placed into the temp_array, otherwise only the first key logs
+#### * In gawk search patterns, . is a wildcard EXCEPT in [0-9.] type containers, then it's a literal
+#### So outside of bracketed items, it must be escaped, \. but inside, no need. Outside of gawk it should
+#### be escaped in search patterns if you are using it as a literal.
+####
+#### As with all 'rules' there are acceptions, these are noted where used.
+###################################################################################
+#### KDE Konversation information. Moving from dcop(qt3/KDE3) to dbus(qt4/KDE4)
+###################################################################################
+#### * dcop and dbus -- these talk back to Konversation from this program
+#### * Scripting info -- http://konversation.berlios.de/docs/scripting.html
+#### -- http://www.kde.org.uk/apps/konversation/
+#### * dbus info -- http://dbus.freedesktop.org/doc/dbus-tutorial.html
+#### view dbus info -- https://fedorahosted.org/d-feet/
+#### -- or run qdbus
+#### * Konvi dbus/usage-- qdbus org.kde.konversation /irc say <server> <target-channel> <output>
+#### * Python usage -- http://wiki.python.org/moin/DbusExamples (just in case)
+####
+#### Because webpages come and go, the above information needs to be moved to inxi's wiki
+########################################################################
+#### Valuable Resources
+#### CPU flags: http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/43539/what-do-the-flags-in-proc-cpuinfo-mean
+#### gawk arrays: http://www.math.utah.edu/docs/info/gawk_12.html
+#### raid mdstat: http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=isg3T1011259
+#### http://www.howtoforge.com/replacing_hard_disks_in_a_raid1_array
+#### https://raid.wiki.kernel.org/index.php/Mdstat
+########################################################################
+#### TESTING FLAGS
+#### inxi supports advanced testing triggers to do various things, using -! <arg>
+#### -! 1 - triggers default B_TESTING_1='true' to trigger some test or other
+#### -! 2 - triggers default B_TESTING_2='true' to trigger some test or other
+#### -! 3 - triggers B_TESTING_1='true' and B_TESTING_2='true'
+#### -! 10 - triggers an update from the primary dev download server instead of svn
+#### -! 11 - triggers an update from svn branch one - if present, of course
+#### -! 12 - triggers an update from svn branch two - if present, of course
+#### -! 13 - triggers an update from svn branch three - if present, of course
+#### -! 14 - triggers an update from svn branch four - if present, of course
+#### -! <http://......> - Triggers an update from whatever server you list.
+#### LOG FLAGS (logs to $HOME/.inxi/inxi.log with rotate 3 total)
+#### -@ 8 - Basic data logging of generated data / array values
+#### -@ 9 - Full logging of all data used, including cat of files and system data
+#### -@ 10 - Basic data logging plus color code logging
+########################################################################
+#### VARIABLES
+########################################################################
+
+## NOTE: we can use hwinfo if it's available in all systems, or most, to get
+## a lot more data and verbosity levels going
+# set to default LANG to avoid locales errors with , or .
+LANG=C
+### Variable initializations: null values
+BSD_TYPE=''
+BSD_VERSION=
+CMDL_MAX=''
+COLOR_SCHEME=''
+# override in user config if desired, seems like less than .3 doesn't work as reliably
+CPU_SLEEP='0.3'
+DEV_DISK_ID=''
+DEV_DISK_LABEL=''
+DEV_DISK_MAPPER=''
+DEV_DISK_UUID=''
+DMIDECODE_DATA=''
+FILTER_STRING='<filter>'
+IRC_CLIENT=''
+IRC_CLIENT_VERSION=''
+LINE_MAX=''
+LINE_MAX_CONSOLE='115'
+LINE_MAX_IRC='105'
+PS_COUNT=5
+PS_THROTTLED=''
+REPO_DATA=''
+SED_I='-i' # for gnu sed, will be set to -i '' for bsd sed
+SED_RX='-r' # for gnu sed, will be set to -E for bsd sed for backward compatibility
+# change to less, or more if you have very slow connection
+WGET_TIMEOUT=8
+
+### primary data array holders ## usage: 'A_<var>'
+A_ALSA_DATA=''
+A_AUDIO_DATA=''
+A_CMDL=''
+A_CPU_CORE_DATA=''
+A_CPU_DATA=''
+A_CPU_TYPE_PCNT_CCNT=''
+A_DEBUG_BUFFER=''
+A_GCC_VERSIONS=''
+A_GFX_CARD_DATA=''
+A_GLX_DATA=''
+A_GRAPHIC_DRIVERS=''
+A_HDD_DATA=''
+A_INTERFACES_DATA=''
+A_MACHINE_DATA=''
+A_NETWORK_DATA=''
+A_OPTICAL_DRIVE_DATA=''
+A_PARTITION_DATA=''
+A_PCICONF_DATA=''
+A_PS_DATA=''
+A_RAID_DATA=''
+A_SENSORS_DATA=''
+A_UNMOUNTED_PARTITION_DATA=''
+A_WEATHER_DATA=''
+A_X_DATA=''
+
+### Boolean true/false globals ## usage: 'B_<var>'
+## Distro maintainer flags ##
+# flag to allow distro maintainers to turn off update features. If false, turns off
+# -U and -! testing/advanced update options, as well as removing the -U help menu item
+B_ALLOW_UPDATE='true'
+B_ALLOW_WEATHER='true'
+## standard boolean flags ##
+B_BSD_RAID='false'
+B_COLOR_SCHEME_SET='false'
+B_CONSOLE_IRC='false'
+# triggers full display of cpu flags
+B_CPU_FLAGS_FULL='false'
+# test for dbus irc client
+B_DBUS_CLIENT='false'
+# kde dcop
+B_DCOP='false'
+# Debug flood override: make 'true' to allow long debug output
+B_DEBUG_FLOOD='false'
+B_DMIDECODE_SET='false'
+# show extra output data
+B_EXTRA_DATA='false'
+# triggered by -xx
+B_EXTRA_EXTRA_DATA='false'
+B_ID_SET='false'
+# override certain errors due to currupted data
+B_HANDLE_CORRUPT_DATA='false'
+B_LABEL_SET='false'
+B_LSPCI='false'
+B_LOG_COLORS='false'
+B_LOG_FULL_DATA='false'
+B_MAPPER_SET='false'
+B_OUTPUT_FILTER='false'
+B_OVERRIDE_FILTER='false'
+B_PCICONF='false'
+B_PCICONF_SET='false'
+# kde qdbus
+B_QDBUS='false'
+B_PORTABLE='false'
+B_RAID_SET='false'
+B_ROOT='false'
+B_RUN_COLOR_SELECTOR='false'
+# Running in a shell? Defaults to false, and is determined later.
+B_RUNNING_IN_SHELL='false'
+if tty >/dev/null;then
+ B_RUNNING_IN_SHELL='true'
+fi
+# this sets the debug buffer
+B_SCRIPT_UP='false'
+B_SHOW_ADVANCED_NETWORK='false'
+# Show sound card data
+B_SHOW_AUDIO='false'
+B_SHOW_BASIC_RAID='false'
+B_SHOW_BASIC_CPU='false'
+B_SHOW_BASIC_DISK='false'
+B_SHOW_BASIC_OPTICAL='false'
+B_SHOW_CPU='false'
+B_SHOW_DISK_TOTAL='false'
+B_SHOW_DISK='false'
+# Show full hard disk output
+B_SHOW_FULL_HDD='false'
+B_SHOW_FULL_OPTICAL='false'
+B_SHOW_GRAPHICS='false'
+# Set this to 'false' to avoid printing the hostname, can be set false now
+B_SHOW_HOST='true'
+B_SHOW_INFO='false'
+B_SHOW_IP='false'
+B_SHOW_LABELS='false'
+B_SHOW_MACHINE='false'
+B_SHOW_NETWORK='false'
+# either -v > 3 or -P will show partitions
+B_SHOW_PARTITIONS='false'
+B_SHOW_PARTITIONS_FULL='false'
+B_SHOW_PS_CPU_DATA='false'
+B_SHOW_PS_MEM_DATA='false'
+B_SHOW_RAID='false'
+# because many systems have no mdstat file, -b/-F should not show error if no raid file found
+B_SHOW_RAID_R='false'
+B_SHOW_REPOS='false'
+B_RUNNING_IN_X='false'
+B_SHOW_SENSORS='false'
+# triggers only short inxi output
+B_SHOW_SHORT_OUTPUT='false'
+B_SHOW_SYSTEM='false'
+B_SHOW_UNMOUNTED_PARTITIONS='false'
+B_SHOW_UUIDS='false'
+B_SHOW_WEATHER='false'
+B_SHOW_X_DATA='false'
+B_SYSCTL='false'
+# triggers various debugging and new option testing
+B_TESTING_1='false'
+B_TESTING_2='false'
+B_UPLOAD_DEBUG_DATA='false'
+B_USB_NETWORKING='false'
+# set to true here for debug logging from script start
+B_USE_LOGGING='false'
+B_UUID_SET='false'
+B_XORG_LOG='false'
+
+### Directory/file exist flags; test as [[ $(boolean) ]] not [[ $boolean ]]
+B_ASOUND_DEVICE_FILE='false'
+B_ASOUND_VERSION_FILE='false'
+B_BASH_ARRAY='false'
+B_CPUINFO_FILE='false'
+B_DMESG_BOOT_FILE='false' # bsd only
+B_LSB_FILE='false'
+B_MDSTAT_FILE='false'
+B_MEMINFO_FILE='false'
+B_MODULES_FILE='false' #
+B_MOUNTS_FILE='false'
+B_OS_RELEASE_FILE='false' # new default distro id file? will this one work where lsb-release didn't?
+B_PARTITIONS_FILE='false' #
+B_PROC_DIR='false'
+B_SCSI_FILE='false'
+
+### File's used when present
+FILE_ASOUND_DEVICE='/proc/asound/cards'
+FILE_ASOUND_MODULES='/proc/asound/modules' # not used but maybe for -A?
+FILE_ASOUND_VERSION='/proc/asound/version'
+FILE_CPUINFO='/proc/cpuinfo'
+FILE_DMESG_BOOT='/var/run/dmesg.boot'
+FILE_LSB_RELEASE='/etc/lsb-release'
+FILE_MDSTAT='/proc/mdstat'
+FILE_MEMINFO='/proc/meminfo'
+FILE_MODULES='/proc/modules'
+FILE_MOUNTS='/proc/mounts'
+FILE_OS_RELEASE='/etc/os-release'
+FILE_PARTITIONS='/proc/partitions'
+FILE_SCSI='/proc/scsi/scsi'
+FILE_XORG_LOG='/var/log/Xorg.0.log' # if not found, search and replace with actual location
+
+## app tested for and present, to avoid repeat tests
+B_FILE_TESTED='false'
+B_HDDTEMP_TESTED='false'
+B_MODINFO_TESTED='false'
+B_SUDO_TESTED='false'
+FILE_PATH=''
+HDDTEMP_PATH=''
+MODINFO_PATH=''
+SUDO_PATH=''
+
+### Variable initializations: constants
+DCOPOBJ="default"
+DEBUG=0 # Set debug levels from 1-10 (8-10 trigger logging levels)
+# Debug Buffer Index, index into a debug buffer storing debug messages until inxi is 'all up'
+DEBUG_BUFFER_INDEX=0
+## note: the debugger rerouting to /dev/null has been moved to the end of the get_parameters function
+## so -@[number] debug levels can be set if there is a failure, otherwise you can't even see the errors
+
+# Defaults to 2, make this 1 for normal, 0 for no colorcodes at all. Use following variables in config
+# files to change defaults for each type, or global
+# Same as runtime parameter.
+DEFAULT_COLOR_SCHEME=2
+# Always leave these blank, these are only going to be set in inxi.conf files, that makes testing
+# for user changes easier after sourcing the files
+GLOBAL_COLOR_SCHEME=''
+IRC_COLOR_SCHEME=''
+IRC_CONS_COLOR_SCHEME=''
+IRC_X_TERM_COLOR_SCHEME=''
+CONSOLE_COLOR_SCHEME=''
+VIRT_TERM_COLOR_SCHEME=''
+
+# Default indentation level
+INDENT=10
+
+# logging eval variables, start and end function: Insert to LOGFS LOGFE when debug level >= 8
+LOGFS_STRING='log_function_data fs $FUNCNAME "$( echo $@ )"'
+LOGFE_STRING='log_function_data fe $FUNCNAME'
+LOGFS=''
+LOGFE=''
+# uncomment for debugging from script start
+# LOGFS=$LOGFS_STRING
+# LOGFE=$LOGFE_STRING
+
+# default to false, no konversation found, 1 is native konvi (qt3/KDE3) script mode, 2 is /cmd inxi start,
+## 3 is Konversation > 1.2 (qt4/KDE4)
+KONVI=0
+# NO_CPU_COUNT=0 # Wether or not the string "dual" or similar is found in cpuinfo output. If so, avoid dups.
+# This is a variable that controls how many parameters inxi will parse in a /proc/<pid>/cmdline file before stopping.
+PARAMETER_LIMIT=30
+SCHEME=0 # set default scheme - do not change this, it's set dynamically
+# this is set in user prefs file, to override dynamic temp1/temp2 determination of sensors output in case
+# cpu runs colder than mobo
+SENSORS_CPU_NO=''
+# SHOW_IRC=1 to avoid showing the irc client version number, or SHOW_IRC=0 to disable client information completely.
+SHOW_IRC=2
+# Verbosity level defaults to 0, this can also be set with -v0, -v2, -v3, etc as a parameter.
+VERBOSITY_LEVEL=0
+# Supported number of verbosity levels, including 0
+VERBOSITY_LEVELS=7
+
+# Clear nullglob, because it creates unpredictable situations with IFS=$'\n' ARR=($VAR) IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+# type constructs. Stuff like [rev a1] is now seen as a glob expansion pattern, and fails, and
+# therefore results in nothing.
+shopt -u nullglob
+## info on bash built in: $IFS - http://tldp.org/LDP/abs/html/internalvariables.html
+# Backup the current Internal Field Separator
+ORIGINAL_IFS="$IFS"
+
+# These two determine separators in single line output, to force irc clients not to break off sections
+SEP1='~'
+SEP2=' '
+# these will assign a separator to non irc states. Important! Using ':' can trigger stupid emoticon
+# behaviors in output on IRC, so do not use those.
+SEP3_IRC=''
+SEP3_CONSOLE=':'
+SEP3='' # do not set, will be set dynamically
+
+### Script names/paths - must be non root writable
+SCRIPT_DATA_DIR="$HOME/.inxi"
+ALTERNATE_FTP='' # for data uploads
+ALTERNATE_WEATHER_LOCATION='' # weather alternate location
+LOG_FILE="$SCRIPT_DATA_DIR/inxi.log"
+LOG_FILE_1="$SCRIPT_DATA_DIR/inxi.1.log"
+LOG_FILE_2="$SCRIPT_DATA_DIR/inxi.2.log"
+MAN_FILE_DOWNLOAD='http://inxi.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/inxi.1.gz'
+MAN_FILE_LOCATION='/usr/share/man/man1'
+SCRIPT_NAME='inxi'
+SCRIPT_PATCH_NUMBER=''
+SCRIPT_PATH='' #filled-in in Main
+SCRIPT_VERSION_NUMBER="" #filled-in in Main
+SCRIPT_DOWNLOAD='http://inxi.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/'
+SCRIPT_DOWNLOAD_BRANCH_1='http://inxi.googlecode.com/svn/branches/one/'
+SCRIPT_DOWNLOAD_BRANCH_2='http://inxi.googlecode.com/svn/branches/two/'
+SCRIPT_DOWNLOAD_BRANCH_3='http://inxi.googlecode.com/svn/branches/three/'
+SCRIPT_DOWNLOAD_BRANCH_4='http://inxi.googlecode.com/svn/branches/four/'
+SCRIPT_DOWNLOAD_BRANCH_BSD='http://inxi.googlecode.com/svn/branches/bsd/'
+SCRIPT_DOWNLOAD_BRANCH_GNUBSD='http://inxi.googlecode.com/svn/branches/gnubsd/'
+SCRIPT_DOWNLOAD_DEV='http://smxi.org/test/'
+# note, you can use any ip url here as long as it's the only line on the output page.
+# Also the ip address must be the last thing on that line.
+WAN_IP_URL='http://smxi.org/opt/ip.php'
+KONVI_CFG="konversation/scripts/$SCRIPT_NAME.conf" # relative path to $(kde-config --path data)
+
+### Script Localization
+# Make sure every program speaks English.
+LC_ALL="C"
+export LC_ALL
+
+### Output Colors
+# A more elegant way to have a scheme that doesn't print color codes (neither ANSI nor mIRC) at all. See below.
+unset EMPTY
+# DGREY BLACK RED DRED GREEN DGREEN YELLOW DYELLOW
+ANSI_COLORS="       "
+IRC_COLORS=" \x0314 \x0301 \x0304 \x0305 \x0309 \x0303 \x0308 \x0307"
+# BLUE DBLUE MAGENTA DMAGENTA CYAN DCYAN WHITE GREY NORMAL
+ANSI_COLORS="$ANSI_COLORS         "
+IRC_COLORS=" $IRC_COLORS \x0312 \x0302 \x0313 \x0306 \x0311 \x0310 \x0300 \x0315 \x03"
+
+#ANSI_COLORS=($ANSI_COLORS); IRC_COLORS=($IRC_COLORS)
+A_COLORS_AVAILABLE=( DGREY BLACK RED DRED GREEN DGREEN YELLOW DYELLOW BLUE DBLUE MAGENTA DMAGENTA CYAN DCYAN WHITE GREY NORMAL )
+
+# See above for notes on EMPTY
+## note: group 1: 0, 1 are null/normal
+## Following: group 2: generic, light/dark or dark/light; group 3: dark on light; group 4 light on dark;
+# this is the count of the first two groups, starting at zero
+SAFE_COLOR_COUNT=12
+A_COLOR_SCHEMES=(
+EMPTY,EMPTY,EMPTY
+NORMAL,NORMAL,NORMAL
+
+BLUE,NORMAL,NORMAL
+BLUE,RED,NORMAL
+CYAN,BLUE,NORMAL
+DCYAN,NORMAL,NORMAL
+DCYAN,BLUE,NORMAL
+DGREEN,NORMAL,NORMAL
+DYELLOW,NORMAL,NORMAL
+GREEN,DGREEN,NORMAL
+GREEN,NORMAL,NORMAL
+MAGENTA,NORMAL,NORMAL
+RED,NORMAL,NORMAL
+
+BLACK,DGREY,NORMAL
+DBLUE,DGREY,NORMAL
+DBLUE,DMAGENTA,NORMAL
+DBLUE,DRED,NORMAL
+DBLUE,BLACK,NORMAL
+DGREEN,DYELLOW,NORMAL
+DYELLOW,BLACK,NORMAL
+DMAGENTA,BLACK,NORMAL
+DCYAN,DBLUE,NORMAL
+
+WHITE,GREY,NORMAL
+GREY,WHITE,NORMAL
+CYAN,GREY,NORMAL
+GREEN,WHITE,NORMAL
+GREEN,YELLOW,NORMAL
+YELLOW,WHITE,NORMAL
+MAGENTA,CYAN,NORMAL
+MAGENTA,YELLOW,NORMAL
+RED,CYAN,NORMAL
+RED,WHITE,NORMAL
+BLUE,WHITE,NORMAL
+)
+
+## Actual color variables
+C1=''
+C2=''
+CN=''
+
+### Distro Data
+# In cases of derived distros where the version file of the base distro can also be found under /etc,
+# the derived distro's version file should go first. (Such as with Sabayon / Gentoo)
+DISTROS_DERIVED="antix-version aptosid-version kanotix-version knoppix-version mandrake-release pardus-release sabayon-release siduction-version sidux-version solusos-release turbolinux-release zenwalk-version"
+# debian_version excluded from DISTROS_PRIMARY so Debian can fall through to /etc/issue detection. Same goes for Ubuntu.
+DISTROS_EXCLUDE_LIST="debian_version ubuntu_version"
+DISTROS_PRIMARY="arch-release gentoo-release redhat-release slackware-version SuSE-release"
+DISTROS_LSB_GOOD="mandrake-release mandriva-release mandrakelinux-release"
+# this is being used both by core distros and derived distros now, eg, solusos 1 uses it for solusos id, while
+# debian, solusos base, uses it as well, so we have to know which it is.
+DISTROS_OS_RELEASE_GOOD="arch-release SuSE-release"
+## Distros with known problems
+# DSL (Bash 2.05b: grep -m doesn't work; arrays won't work) --> unusable output
+# Puppy Linux 4.1.2 (Bash 3.0: arrays won't work) --> works partially
+
+### Bans Data
+# Note that \<ltd\> bans only words, not parts of strings; in \<corp\> you can't use punctuation characters like . or ,
+# we're saving about 10+% of the total script exec time by hand building the ban lists here, using hard quotes.
+BAN_LIST_NORMAL='chipset|components|computing|computer|corporation|communications|electronics|electrical|electric|gmbh|group|industrial|international|revision|semiconductor|software|technologies|technology|ltd\.|\<ltd\>|inc\.|\<inc\>|intl\.|co\.|\<co\>|corp\.|\<corp\>|\(tm\)|\(r\)|®|\(rev ..\)'
+BAN_LIST_CPU='@|cpu deca|dual core|dual-core|tri core|tri-core|quad core|quad-core|ennea|genuine|hepta|hexa|multi|octa|penta|processor|single|triple|[0-9\.]+ *[MmGg][Hh][Zz]'
+
+SENSORS_GPU_SEARCH='intel|radeon|nouveau'
+
+### USB networking search string data, because some brands can have other products than
+### wifi/nic cards, they need further identifiers, with wildcards.
+### putting the most common and likely first, then the less common, then some specifics
+USB_NETWORK_SEARCH="Wi-Fi.*Adapter|Wireless.*Adapter|Ethernet.*Adapter|WLAN.*Adapter|Network.*Adapter|802\.11|Atheros|Atmel|D-Link.*Adapter|D-Link.*Wireless|Linksys|Netgea|Ralink|Realtek.*Network|Realtek.*Wireless|Realtek.*WLAN|Belkin.*Wireless|Belkin.*WLAN|Belkin.*Network"
+USB_NETWORK_SEARCH="$USB_NETWORK_SEARCH|Actiontec.*Wireless|Actiontec.*Network|AirLink.*Wireless|Asus.*Network|Asus.*Wireless|Buffalo.*Wireless|Davicom|DWA-.*RangeBooster|DWA-.*Wireless|ENUWI-.*Wireless|LG.*Wi-Fi|Rosewill.*Wireless|RNX-.*Wireless|Samsung.*LinkStick|Samsung.*Wireless|Sony.*Wireless|TEW-.*Wireless|TP-Link.*Wireless|WG[0-9][0-9][0-9].*Wireless|WNA[0-9][0-9][0-9]|WNDA[0-9][0-9][0-9]|Zonet.*ZEW.*Wireless|54 Mbps"
+# then a few known hard to ID ones added
+# belkin=050d; d-link=07d1; netgear=0846; ralink=148f; realtek=0bda;
+USB_NETWORK_SEARCH="$USB_NETWORK_SEARCH|050d:935b|0bda:8189|0bda:8197"
+
+# WARNING: In the main part below (search for 'KONVI')
+# there's a check for Konversation-specific config files.
+# Any one of these can override the above if inxi is run
+# from Konversation!
+
+########################################################################
+#### MAIN: Where it all begins
+########################################################################
+main()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+
+ local color_scheme=''
+ # this will be used by all functions following
+ local Ps_aux_Data="$( ps aux )"
+
+ # This function just initializes variables
+ initialize_data
+
+ # Source global config overrides, needs to be here because some things
+ # can be reset that were set in initialize, but check_required_apps needs
+ if [[ -s /etc/$SCRIPT_NAME.conf ]];then
+ source /etc/$SCRIPT_NAME.conf
+ fi
+ # Source user config variables override /etc/inxi.conf variables
+ if [[ -s $HOME/.$SCRIPT_NAME/$SCRIPT_NAME.conf ]];then
+ source $HOME/.$SCRIPT_NAME/$SCRIPT_NAME.conf
+ fi
+
+ # Check for dependencies BEFORE running ANYTHING else except above functions
+ # Not all distro's have these depends installed by default. Don't want to run
+ # this if the user is requesting to see this information in the first place
+ # Only continue if required apps tests ok
+ if [[ $1 != '--recommends' ]];then
+ check_required_apps
+ check_recommended_apps
+ fi
+
+ SCRIPT_VERSION_NUMBER=$( parse_version_data 'main' )
+ SCRIPT_PATCH_NUMBER=$( parse_version_data 'patch' )
+
+ # previous source location, check for bugs
+
+ ## this needs to run before the KONVI stuff is set below
+ ## Konversation 1.2 apparently does not like the $PPID test in get_start_client
+ ## So far there is no known way to detect if qt4_konvi is the parent process
+ ## this method will infer qt4_konvi as parent
+ get_start_client
+
+ # note: this only works if it's run from inside konversation as a script builtin or something
+ # only do this if inxi has been started as a konversation script, otherwise bypass this
+# KONVI=3 ## for testing puroses
+ if [[ $KONVI -eq 1 || $KONVI -eq 3 ]];then
+ if [[ $KONVI -eq 1 ]]; then ## dcop Konversation (ie 1.x < 1.2(qt3))
+ DCPORT="$1"
+ DCSERVER="$2"
+ DCTARGET="$3"
+ shift 3
+ elif [[ $KONVI -eq 3 ]]; then ## dbus Konversation (> 1.2 (qt4))
+ DCSERVER="$1" ##dbus testing
+ DCTARGET="$2" ##dbus testing
+ shift 2
+ fi
+
+ # The section below is on request of Argonel from the Konversation developer team:
+ # it sources config files like $HOME/.kde/share/apps/konversation/scripts/inxi.conf
+ IFS=":"
+ for kde_config in $( kde-config --path data )
+ do
+ if [[ -r ${kde_config}${KONVI_CFG} ]];then
+ source "${kde_config}${KONVI_CFG}"
+ break
+ fi
+ done
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ fi
+
+ ## leave this for debugging dcop stuff if we get that working
+ # print_screen_output "DCPORT: $DCPORT"
+ # print_screen_output "DCSERVER: $DCSERVER"
+ # print_screen_output "DCTARGET: $DCTARGET"
+
+ # first init function must be set first for colors etc. Remember, no debugger
+ # stuff works on this function unless you set the debugging flag manually.
+ # Debugging flag -@ [number] will not work until get_parameters runs.
+
+ # "$@" passes every parameter separately quoted, "$*" passes all parameters as one quoted parameter.
+ # must be here to allow debugger and other flags to be set.
+ get_parameters "$@"
+
+ # If no colorscheme was set in the parameter handling routine, then set the default scheme
+ if [[ $B_COLOR_SCHEME_SET != 'true' ]];then
+ # This let's user pick their color scheme. For IRC, only shows the color schemes, no interactive
+ # The override value only will be placed in user config files. /etc/inxi.conf can also override
+ if [[ $B_RUN_COLOR_SELECTOR == 'true' ]];then
+ select_default_color_scheme
+ else
+ # set the default, then override as required
+ color_scheme=$DEFAULT_COLOR_SCHEME
+ if [[ -n $GLOBAL_COLOR_SCHEME ]];then
+ color_scheme=$GLOBAL_COLOR_SCHEME
+ else
+ if [[ $B_RUNNING_IN_SHELL == 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ -n $CONSOLE_COLOR_SCHEME && -z $DISPLAY ]];then
+ color_scheme=$CONSOLE_COLOR_SCHEME
+ elif [[ -n $VIRT_TERM_COLOR_SCHEME ]];then
+ color_scheme=$VIRT_TERM_COLOR_SCHEME
+ fi
+ else
+ if [[ -n $IRC_X_TERM_COLOR_SCHEME && $B_CONSOLE_IRC == 'true' && -n $B_RUNNING_IN_X ]];then
+ color_scheme=$IRC_X_TERM_COLOR_SCHEME
+ elif [[ -n $IRC_CONS_COLOR_SCHEME && -z $DISPLAY ]];then
+ color_scheme=$IRC_CONS_COLOR_SCHEME
+ elif [[ -n $IRC_COLOR_SCHEME ]];then
+ color_scheme=$IRC_COLOR_SCHEME
+ fi
+ fi
+ fi
+ set_color_scheme $color_scheme
+ fi
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_RUNNING_IN_SHELL == 'true' ]];then
+ LINE_MAX=$LINE_MAX_CONSOLE
+ SEP3=$SEP3_CONSOLE
+ else
+ # too hard to read if no colors, so force that for users on irc
+ if [[ $SCHEME == 0 ]];then
+ SEP3=$SEP3_CONSOLE
+ else
+ SEP3=$SEP3_IRC
+ fi
+ LINE_MAX=$LINE_MAX_IRC
+ fi
+
+ # all the pre-start stuff is in place now
+ B_SCRIPT_UP='true'
+ script_debugger "Debugger: $SCRIPT_NAME is up and running..."
+
+ # then create the output
+ print_it_out
+
+ ## last steps
+ if [[ $B_RUNNING_IN_SHELL == 'true' && $SCHEME -gt 0 ]];then
+ echo -n ""
+ fi
+ eval $LOGFE
+ # weechat's executor plugin forced me to do this, and rightfully so, because else the exit code
+ # from the last command is taken..
+ exit 0
+}
+
+#### -------------------------------------------------------------------
+#### basic tests: set script data, booleans, PATH, version numbers
+#### -------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+# Set PATH data so we can access all programs as user. Set BAN lists.
+# initialize some boleans, these directories are used throughout the script
+# some apps are used for extended functions any directory used, should be
+# checked here first.
+# No args taken.
+initialize_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ BSD_VERSION=$( uname -s 2>/dev/null | tr '[A-Z]' '[a-z]' )
+
+ # note: archbsd says they are a freebsd distro, so assuming it's the same as freebsd
+ if [[ -n $( grep 'bsd' <<< "$BSD_VERSION" ) ]];then
+ # GNU/kfreebsd will by definition have GNU tools like sed/grep
+ if [[ -n $( grep 'kfreebsd' <<< "$BSD_VERSION" ) ]];then
+ BSD_TYPE='debian-bsd' # debian gnu bsd
+ else
+ BSD_TYPE='bsd' # all other bsds
+ SED_I="-i ''"
+ SED_RX='-E'
+ fi
+ fi
+ # now set the script BOOLEANS for files required to run features
+ # note that freebsd has /proc but it's empty
+ if [[ -d "/proc/" && -z $BSD_TYPE ]];then
+ B_PROC_DIR='true'
+ elif [[ -n $BSD_TYPE ]];then
+ B_PROC_DIR='false'
+ else
+ error_handler 6
+ fi
+
+ initialize_paths
+
+ if [[ -n $BSD_TYPE ]];then
+ if [[ -e $FILE_DMESG_BOOT ]];then
+ B_DMESG_BOOT_FILE='true'
+ fi
+ else
+ # found a case of battery existing but having nothing in it on desktop mobo
+ # not all laptops show the first,
+ if [[ -n $( ls /proc/acpi/battery 2>/dev/null ) ]];then
+ B_PORTABLE='true'
+ fi
+ fi
+
+
+ if [[ -e $FILE_CPUINFO ]]; then
+ B_CPUINFO_FILE='true'
+ fi
+
+ if [[ -e $FILE_MEMINFO ]];then
+ B_MEMINFO_FILE='true'
+ fi
+
+ if [[ -e $FILE_ASOUND_DEVICE ]];then
+ B_ASOUND_DEVICE_FILE='true'
+ fi
+
+ if [[ -e $FILE_ASOUND_VERSION ]];then
+ B_ASOUND_VERSION_FILE='true'
+ fi
+
+ if [[ -f $FILE_LSB_RELEASE ]];then
+ B_LSB_FILE='true'
+ fi
+
+ if [[ -f $FILE_OS_RELEASE ]];then
+ B_OS_RELEASE_FILE='true'
+ fi
+
+ if [[ -e $FILE_SCSI ]];then
+ B_SCSI_FILE='true'
+ fi
+
+ if [[ -n $DISPLAY ]];then
+ B_SHOW_X_DATA='true'
+ B_RUNNING_IN_X='true'
+ fi
+
+ if [[ -e $FILE_MDSTAT ]];then
+ B_MDSTAT_FILE='true'
+ fi
+
+ if [[ -e $FILE_MODULES ]];then
+ B_MODULES_FILE='true'
+ fi
+
+ if [[ -e $FILE_MOUNTS ]];then
+ B_MOUNTS_FILE='true'
+ fi
+
+ if [[ -e $FILE_PARTITIONS ]];then
+ B_PARTITIONS_FILE='true'
+ fi
+ # default to the normal location, then search for it
+ if [[ -e $FILE_XORG_LOG ]];then
+ B_XORG_LOG='true'
+ else
+ # Detect location of the Xorg log file
+ if [[ -n $( type -p xset ) ]]; then
+ FILE_XORG_LOG=$( xset q 2>/dev/null | grep -i 'Log file' | gawk '{print $3}')
+ if [[ -e $FILE_XORG_LOG ]];then
+ B_XORG_LOG='true'
+ fi
+ fi
+ fi
+ # gfx output will require this flag
+ if [[ $( whoami ) == 'root' ]];then
+ B_ROOT='true'
+ fi
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+# arg: $1 - version number: main/patch/date
+parse_version_data()
+{
+ local version_data=''
+
+ # note, using ####[[:space:]]+ to avoid having this function also trip the version datas
+ case $1 in
+ date)
+ version_data="$( gawk -F ': ' '
+ /####[[:space:]]+Date:/ {
+ print $NF
+ }' $SCRIPT_PATH/$SCRIPT_NAME )"
+ ;;
+ main)
+ version_data="$( gawk '
+ /####[[:space:]]+Version:/ {
+ print $3
+ }' $SCRIPT_PATH/$SCRIPT_NAME )"
+ ;;
+ patch)
+ version_data="$( gawk '
+ /####[[:space:]]+Patch Number:/ {
+ print $4
+ }' $SCRIPT_PATH/$SCRIPT_NAME )"
+ ;;
+ esac
+ echo $version_data
+}
+
+initialize_paths()
+{
+ local path='' added_path='' b_path_found='' sys_path=''
+ # Extra path variable to make execute failures less likely, merged below
+ local extra_paths="/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/local/sbin"
+
+ # this needs to be set here because various options call the parent initialize function directly.
+ SCRIPT_PATH=$( dirname $0 )
+
+ # Fallback paths put into $extra_paths; This might, among others, help on gentoo.
+ # Now, create a difference of $PATH and $extra_paths and add that to $PATH:
+ IFS=":"
+ for path in $extra_paths
+ do
+ b_path_found='false'
+ for sys_path in $PATH
+ do
+ if [[ $path == $sys_path ]];then
+ b_path_found='true'
+ fi
+ done
+ if [[ $b_path_found == 'false' ]];then
+ added_path="$added_path:$path"
+ fi
+ done
+
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ PATH="${PATH}${added_path}"
+ ##echo "PATH='$PATH'"
+ ##/bin/sh -c 'echo "PATH in subshell=\"$PATH\""'
+}
+
+# No args taken.
+check_recommended_apps()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local bash_array_test=( "one" "two" )
+
+ # check for array ability of bash, this is only good for the warning at this time
+ # the boolean could be used later
+ # bash version 2.05b is used in DSL
+ # bash version 3.0 is used in Puppy Linux; it has a known array bug <reference to be placed here>
+ # versions older than 3.1 don't handle arrays
+ # distro's using below 2.05b are unknown, released in 2002
+ if [[ ${bash_array_test[1]} -eq "two" ]];then
+ B_BASH_ARRAY='true'
+ else
+ script_debugger "Suggestion: update to Bash v3.1 for optimal inxi output"
+ fi
+ # test for a few apps that bsds may not have after initial tests
+ if [[ -n $( type -p lspci ) ]];then
+ B_LSPCI='true'
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $BSD_TYPE ]];then
+ if [[ -n $( type -p sysctl ) ]];then
+ B_SYSCTL='true'
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $( type -p pciconf ) ]];then
+ B_PCICONF='true'
+ fi
+ fi
+ # now setting qdbus/dcop for first run, some systems can have both by the way
+ if [[ -n $( type -p qdbus ) ]];then
+ B_QDBUS='true'
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $( type -p dcop ) ]];then
+ B_DCOP='true'
+ fi
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+# Determine if any of the absolutely necessary tools are absent
+# No args taken.
+check_required_apps()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local app_name='' app_path=''
+ # bc removed from deps for now
+ local depends="df gawk grep ps readlink tr uname uptime wc"
+
+ if [[ -z $BSD_TYPE ]];then
+ depends="$depends lspci"
+ elif [[ $BSD_TYPE == 'bsd' ]];then
+ depends="$depends sysctl"
+ # debian-bsd has lspci but you must be root to run it
+ elif [[ $BSD_TYPE == 'debian-bsd' ]];then
+ depends="$depends sysctl lspci"
+ fi
+ # no need to add xprop because it will just give N/A if not there, but if we expand use of xprop,
+ # should add that here as a test, then use the B_SHOW_X_DATA flag to trigger the tests in de function
+ local x_apps="xrandr xdpyinfo glxinfo"
+
+ if [[ $B_RUNNING_IN_X == 'true' ]];then
+ for app_name in $x_apps
+ do
+ app_path=$( type -p $app_name )
+ if [[ -z $app_path ]];then
+ script_debugger "Resuming in non X mode: $app_name not found. For package install advice run: $SCRIPT_NAME --recommends"
+ B_SHOW_X_DATA='false'
+ break
+ fi
+ done
+ fi
+
+ app_name=''
+
+ for app_name in $depends
+ do
+ app_path=$( type -p $app_name )
+ if [[ -z $app_path ]];then
+ error_handler 5 "$app_name"
+ fi
+ done
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+## note: this is now running inside each gawk sequence directly to avoid exiting gawk
+## looping in bash through arrays, then re-entering gawk to clean up, then writing back to array
+## in bash. For now I'll leave this here because there's still some interesting stuff to get re methods
+# Enforce boilerplate and buzzword filters
+# args: $1 - BAN_LIST_NORMAL/BAN_LIST_CPU; $2 - string to sanitize
+sanitize_characters()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ # Cannot use strong quotes to unquote a string with pipes in it!
+ # bash will interpret the |'s as usual and try to run a subshell!
+ # Using weak quotes instead, or use '"..."'
+ echo "$2" | gawk "
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ }
+ {
+ gsub(/${!1}/,\"\")
+ gsub(/ [ ]+/,\" \") ## ([ ]+) with (space)
+ gsub(/^ +| +$/,\"\") ## (pipe char) with (nothing)
+ print ## prints (returns) cleaned input
+ }"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+# Set the colorscheme
+# args: $1 = <scheme number>|<"none">
+set_color_scheme()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local i='' a_output_colors='' a_color_codes=''
+
+ if [[ $1 -ge ${#A_COLOR_SCHEMES[@]} ]];then
+ set -- 1
+ fi
+ # Set a global variable to allow checking for chosen scheme later
+ SCHEME="$1"
+ if [[ $B_RUNNING_IN_SHELL == 'true' ]];then
+ a_color_codes=( $ANSI_COLORS )
+ else
+ a_color_codes=( $IRC_COLORS )
+ fi
+ for (( i=0; i < ${#A_COLORS_AVAILABLE[@]}; i++ ))
+ do
+ eval "${A_COLORS_AVAILABLE[i]}=\"${a_color_codes[i]}\""
+ done
+ IFS=","
+ a_output_colors=( ${A_COLOR_SCHEMES[$1]} )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ # then assign the colors globally
+ C1="${!a_output_colors[0]}"
+ C2="${!a_output_colors[1]}"
+ CN="${!a_output_colors[2]}"
+ # ((COLOR_SCHEME++)) ## note: why is this? ##
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+select_default_color_scheme()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local spacer=' ' options='' user_selection='' config_variable=''
+ local config_file="$HOME/.$SCRIPT_NAME/$SCRIPT_NAME.conf"
+ local irc_clear=""
+ local irc_gui='Unset' irc_console='Unset' irc_x_term='Unset'
+ local console='Unset' virt_term='Unset' global='Unset'
+
+ if [[ -n $IRC_COLOR_SCHEME ]];then
+ irc_gui="Set: $IRC_COLOR_SCHEME"
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $IRC_CONS_COLOR_SCHEME ]];then
+ irc_console="Set: $IRC_CONS_COLOR_SCHEME"
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $IRC_X_TERM_COLOR_SCHEME ]];then
+ irc_x_term="Set: $IRC_X_TERM_COLOR_SCHEME"
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $VIRT_TERM_COLOR_SCHEME ]];then
+ virt_term="Set: $VIRT_TERM_COLOR_SCHEME"
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $CONSOLE_COLOR_SCHEME ]];then
+ console="Set: $CONSOLE_COLOR_SCHEME"
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $GLOBAL_COLOR_SCHEME ]];then
+ global="Set: $GLOBAL_COLOR_SCHEME"
+ fi
+
+ # don't want these printing in irc since they show literally
+ if [[ $B_RUNNING_IN_SHELL != 'true' ]];then
+ irc_clear=''
+ fi
+ # first make output neutral so it's just plain default for console client
+ set_color_scheme "0"
+ if [[ $B_RUNNING_IN_SHELL == 'true' ]];then
+ print_screen_output "Welcome to $SCRIPT_NAME! Please select the default $COLOR_SELECTION color scheme."
+ # print_screen_output "You will see this message only one time per user account, unless you set preferences in: /etc/$SCRIPT_NAME.conf"
+ print_screen_output " "
+ fi
+ print_screen_output "Because there is no way to know your $COLOR_SELECTION foreground/background colors, you can"
+ print_screen_output "set your color preferences from color scheme option list below. 0 is no colors, 1 neutral."
+ print_screen_output "After these, there are 3 sets: 1-dark or light backgrounds; 2-light backgrounds; 3-dark backgrounds."
+ if [[ $B_RUNNING_IN_SHELL == 'true' ]];then
+ print_screen_output "Please note that this will set the $COLOR_SELECTION preferences only for user: $(whoami)"
+ fi
+ print_screen_output "------------------------------------------------------------------------------"
+ for (( i=0; i < ${#A_COLOR_SCHEMES[@]}; i++ ))
+ do
+ if [[ $i -gt 9 ]];then
+ spacer=' '
+ fi
+ # only offer the safe universal defaults
+ case $COLOR_SELECTION in
+ global|irc|irc-console|irc-virtual-terminal)
+ if [[ $i -gt $SAFE_COLOR_COUNT ]];then
+ break
+ fi
+ ;;
+ esac
+ set_color_scheme $i
+ print_screen_output "$irc_clear $i)$spacer${C1}Card:${C2} nVidia G86 [GeForce 8400 GS] ${C1}X.Org${C2} 1.7.7"
+ done
+ set_color_scheme 0
+
+ if [[ $B_RUNNING_IN_SHELL == 'true' ]];then
+ echo -n ""
+ print_screen_output "$irc_clear $i)${spacer}Remove all color settings. Restore $SCRIPT_NAME default."
+ print_screen_output "$irc_clear $(($i+1)))${spacer}Continue, no changes or config file setting."
+ print_screen_output "$irc_clear $(($i+2)))${spacer}Exit, use another terminal, or set manually."
+ print_screen_output "------------------------------------------------------------------------------"
+ print_screen_output "Simply type the number for the color scheme that looks best to your eyes for your $COLOR_SELECTION settings"
+ print_screen_output "and hit ENTER. NOTE: You can bring this option list up by starting $SCRIPT_NAME with option: -c plus one of these numbers:"
+ print_screen_output "94 (console, no X - $console); 95 (terminal, X - $virt_term); 96 (irc, gui, X - $irc_gui);"
+ print_screen_output "97 (irc, X, in terminal - $irc_x_term); 98 (irc, no X - $irc_console); 99 (global - $global)"
+ print_screen_output "Your selection(s) will be stored here: $config_file"
+ print_screen_output "Global overrides all individual color schemes. Individual schemes remove the global setting."
+ print_screen_output "------------------------------------------------------------------------------"
+ read user_selection
+ if [[ -n $( grep -Es '^([0-9]+)$' <<< "$user_selection" ) && $user_selection -lt $i ]];then
+ case $COLOR_SELECTION in
+ irc)
+ config_variable='IRC_COLOR_SCHEME'
+ ;;
+ irc-console)
+ config_variable='IRC_CONS_COLOR_SCHEME'
+ ;;
+ irc-virtual-terminal)
+ config_variable='IRC_X_TERM_COLOR_SCHEME'
+ ;;
+ console)
+ config_variable='CONSOLE_COLOR_SCHEME'
+ ;;
+ virtual-terminal)
+ config_variable='VIRT_TERM_COLOR_SCHEME'
+ ;;
+ global)
+ config_variable='GLOBAL_COLOR_SCHEME'
+ ;;
+ esac
+ set_color_scheme $user_selection
+ # make file/directory first if missing
+ if [[ ! -f $config_file ]];then
+ if [[ ! -d $HOME/.$SCRIPT_NAME ]];then
+ mkdir $HOME/.$SCRIPT_NAME
+ fi
+ touch $config_file
+ fi
+ if [[ -z $( grep -s "$config_variable=" $config_file ) ]];then
+ print_screen_output "Creating and updating config file for $COLOR_SELECTION color scheme now..."
+ echo "$config_variable=$user_selection" >> $config_file
+ else
+ print_screen_output "Updating config file for $COLOR_SELECTION color scheme now..."
+ sed $SED_I "s/$config_variable=.*/$config_variable=$user_selection/" $config_file
+ fi
+ # file exists now so we can go on to cleanup
+ case $COLOR_SELECTION in
+ irc|irc-console|irc-virtual-terminal|console|virtual-terminal)
+ sed $SED_I '/GLOBAL_COLOR_SCHEME=/d' $config_file
+ ;;
+ global)
+ sed $SED_I -e '/VIRT_TERM_COLOR_SCHEME=/d' -e '/CONSOLE_COLOR_SCHEME=/d' -e '/IRC_COLOR_SCHEME=/d' \
+ -e '/IRC_CONS_COLOR_SCHEME=/d' -e '/IRC_X_TERM_COLOR_SCHEME=/d' $config_file
+ ;;
+ esac
+ elif [[ $user_selection == $i ]];then
+ print_screen_output "Removing all color settings from config file now..."
+ sed $SED_I -e '/VIRT_TERM_COLOR_SCHEME=/d' -e '/GLOBAL_COLOR_SCHEME=/d' -e '/CONSOLE_COLOR_SCHEME=/d' \
+ -e '/IRC_COLOR_SCHEME=/d' -e '/IRC_CONS_COLOR_SCHEME=/d' -e '/IRC_X_TERM_COLOR_SCHEME=/d' $config_file
+ set_color_scheme $DEFAULT_COLOR_SCHEME
+ elif [[ $user_selection == $(( $i+1 )) ]];then
+ print_screen_output "Ok, continuing $SCRIPT_NAME unchanged. You can set the colors anytime by starting with: -c 95 to 99"
+ if [[ -n $CONSOLE_COLOR_SCHEME && -z $DISPLAY ]];then
+ set_color_scheme $CONSOLE_COLOR_SCHEME
+ elif [[ -n $VIRT_TERM_COLOR_SCHEME ]];then
+ set_color_scheme $VIRT_TERM_COLOR_SCHEME
+ else
+ set_color_scheme $DEFAULT_COLOR_SCHEME
+ fi
+ elif [[ $user_selection == $(( $i+2 )) ]];then
+ set_color_scheme $DEFAULT_COLOR_SCHEME
+ print_screen_output "Ok, exiting $SCRIPT_NAME now. You can set the colors later."
+ exit 0
+ else
+ print_screen_output "Error - Invalid Selection. You entered this: $user_selection"
+ print_screen_output " "
+ select_default_color_scheme
+ fi
+ else
+ print_screen_output "------------------------------------------------------------------------------"
+ print_screen_output "After finding the scheme number you like, simply run this again in a terminal to set the configuration"
+ print_screen_output "data file for your irc client. You can set color schemes for the following: start inxi with -c plus:"
+ print_screen_output "94 (console, no X - $console); 95 (terminal, X - $virt_term); 96 (irc, gui, X - $irc_gui);"
+ print_screen_output "97 (irc, X, in terminal - $irc_x_term); 98 (irc, no X - $irc_console); 99 (global - $global)"
+ exit 0
+ fi
+
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+########################################################################
+#### UTILITY FUNCTIONS
+########################################################################
+
+#### -------------------------------------------------------------------
+#### error handler, debugger, script updater
+#### -------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+# Error handling
+# args: $1 - error number; $2 - optional, extra information; $3 - optional extra info
+error_handler()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local error_message=''
+
+ # assemble the error message
+ case $1 in
+ 2) error_message="large flood danger, debug buffer full!"
+ ;;
+ 3) error_message="unsupported color scheme number: $2"
+ ;;
+ 4) error_message="unsupported verbosity level: $2"
+ ;;
+ 5) error_message="dependency not met: $2 not found in path.\nFor distribution installation package names and missing apps information, run: $SCRIPT_NAME --recommends"
+ ;;
+ 6) error_message="/proc not found! Quitting..."
+ ;;
+ 7) error_message="One of the options you entered in your script parameters: $2\nis not supported.The option may require extra arguments to work.\nFor supported options (and their arguments), check the help menu: $SCRIPT_NAME -h"
+ ;;
+ 8) error_message="the self-updater failed, wget exited with error: $2.\nYou probably need to be root.\nHint, to make for easy updates without being root, do: chown <user name> $SCRIPT_PATH/$SCRIPT_NAME"
+ ;;
+ 9) error_message="unsupported debugging level: $2"
+ ;;
+ 10)
+ error_message="the alt download url you provided: $2\nappears to be wrong, download aborted. Please note, the url\nneeds to end in /, without $SCRIPT_NAME, like: http://yoursite.com/downloads/"
+ ;;
+ 11)
+ error_message="unsupported testing option argument: -! $2"
+ ;;
+ 12)
+ error_message="the svn branch download url: $2\nappears to be empty currently. Make sure there is an actual svn branch version\nactive before you try this again. Check http://code.google.com/p/inxi\nto verify the branch status."
+ ;;
+ 13)
+ error_message="The -t option requires the following extra arguments (no spaces between letters/numbers):\nc m cm [required], for example: -t cm8 OR -t cm OR -t c9\n(numbers: 1-20, > 5 throttled to 5 in irc clients) You entered: $2"
+ ;;
+ 14)
+ error_message="failed to write correctly downloaded $SCRIPT_NAME to location $SCRIPT_PATH.\nThis usually means you don't have permission to write to that location, maybe you need to be root?\nThe operation failed with error: $2"
+ ;;
+ 15)
+ error_message="failed set execute permissions on $SCRIPT_NAME at location $SCRIPT_PATH.\nThis usually means you don't have permission to set permissions on files there, maybe you need to be root?\nThe operation failed with error: $2"
+ ;;
+ 16)
+ error_message="$SCRIPT_NAME downloaded but the file data is corrupted. Purged data and using current version."
+ ;;
+ 17)
+ error_message="All $SCRIPT_NAME self updater features have been disabled by the distribution\npackage maintainer. This includes the option you used: $2"
+ ;;
+ 18)
+ error_message="The argument you provided for $2 does not have supported syntax.\nPlease use the following formatting:\n$3"
+ ;;
+ 19)
+ error_message="The option $2 has been deprecated. Please use $3 instead.\nSee -h for instructions and syntax."
+ ;;
+ 20)
+ error_message="The option you selected has been deprecated. $2\nSee the -h (help) menu for currently supported options."
+ ;;
+ *) error_message="error unknown: $@"
+ set -- 99
+ ;;
+ esac
+ # then print it and exit
+ print_screen_output "Error $1: $error_message"
+ eval $LOGFE
+ exit $1
+}
+
+# prior to script up set, pack the data into an array
+# then we'll print it out later.
+# args: $1 - $@ debugging string text
+script_debugger()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ if [[ $B_SCRIPT_UP == 'true' ]];then
+ # only return if debugger is off and no pre start up errors have occured
+ if [[ $DEBUG -eq 0 && $DEBUG_BUFFER_INDEX -eq 0 ]];then
+ return 0
+ # print out the stored debugging information if errors occured
+ elif [[ $DEBUG_BUFFER_INDEX -gt 0 ]];then
+ for (( DEBUG_BUFFER_INDEX=0; DEBUG_BUFFER_INDEX < ${#A_DEBUG_BUFFER[@]}; DEBUG_BUFFER_INDEX++ ))
+ do
+ print_screen_output "${A_DEBUG_BUFFER[$DEBUG_BUFFER_INDEX]}"
+ done
+ DEBUG_BUFFER_INDEX=0
+ fi
+ # or print out normal debugger messages if debugger is on
+ if [[ $DEBUG -gt 0 ]];then
+ print_screen_output "$1"
+ fi
+ else
+ if [[ $B_DEBUG_FLOOD == 'true' && $DEBUG_BUFFER_INDEX -gt 10 ]];then
+ error_handler 2
+ # this case stores the data for later printout, will print out only
+ # at B_SCRIPT_UP == 'true' if array index > 0
+ else
+ A_DEBUG_BUFFER[$DEBUG_BUFFER_INDEX]="$1"
+ # increment count for next pre script up debugging error
+ (( DEBUG_BUFFER_INDEX++ ))
+ fi
+ fi
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+# NOTE: no logging available until get_parameters is run, since that's what sets logging
+# in order to trigger earlier logging manually set B_USE_LOGGING to true in top variables.
+# $1 alone: logs data; $2 with or without $3 logs func start/end.
+# $1 type (fs/fe/cat/raw) or logged data; [$2 is $FUNCNAME; [$3 - function args]]
+log_function_data()
+{
+ if [ "$B_USE_LOGGING" == 'true' ];then
+ local logged_data='' spacer=' ' line='----------------------------------------'
+ case $1 in
+ fs)
+ logged_data="Function: $2 - Primary: Start"
+ if [ -n "$3" ];then
+ logged_data="$logged_data\n${spacer}Args: $3"
+ fi
+ spacer=''
+ ;;
+ fe)
+ logged_data="Function: $2 - Primary: End"
+ spacer=''
+ ;;
+ cat)
+ if [[ $B_LOG_FULL_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ logged_data="\n$line\nFull file data: cat $2\n\n$( cat $2 )\n$line\n"
+ spacer=''
+ fi
+ ;;
+ raw)
+ if [[ $B_LOG_FULL_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ logged_data="\n$line\nRaw system data:\n\n$2\n$line\n"
+ spacer=''
+ fi
+ ;;
+ *)
+ logged_data="$1"
+ ;;
+ esac
+ # Create any required line breaks and strip out escape color code, either ansi (case 1)or irc (case 2).
+ # This pattern doesn't work for irc colors, if we need that someone can figure it out
+ if [[ -n $logged_data ]];then
+ if [[ $B_LOG_COLORS != 'true' ]];then
+ echo -e "${spacer}$logged_data" | sed $SED_RX 's/\x1b\[[0-9]{1,2}(;[0-9]{1,2}){0,2}m//g' >> $LOG_FILE
+ else
+ echo -e "${spacer}$logged_data" >> $LOG_FILE
+ fi
+ fi
+ fi
+}
+
+# called in the initial -@ 10 script args setting so we can get logging as soon as possible
+# will have max 3 files, inxi.log, inxi.1.log, inxi.2.log
+create_rotate_logfiles()
+{
+ if [[ ! -d $SCRIPT_DATA_DIR ]];then
+ mkdir $SCRIPT_DATA_DIR
+ fi
+ # do the rotation if logfile exists
+ if [[ -f $LOG_FILE ]];then
+ # copy if present second to third
+ if [[ -f $LOG_FILE_1 ]];then
+ mv -f $LOG_FILE_1 $LOG_FILE_2
+ fi
+ # then copy initial to second
+ mv -f $LOG_FILE $LOG_FILE_1
+ fi
+ # now create the logfile
+ touch $LOG_FILE
+ # and echo the start data
+ echo "=========================================================" >> $LOG_FILE
+ echo "START $SCRIPT_NAME LOGGING:" >> $LOG_FILE
+ echo "Script started: $( date +%Y-%m-%d-%H:%M:%S )" >> $LOG_FILE
+ echo "=========================================================" >> $LOG_FILE
+}
+
+# args: $1 - download url, not including file name; $2 - string to print out
+# $3 - update type option
+# note that $1 must end in / to properly construct the url path
+script_self_updater()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local wget_error=0 file_contents='' wget_man_error=0
+ local man_file_path="$MAN_FILE_LOCATION/inxi.1.gz"
+
+ if [[ $B_RUNNING_IN_SHELL != 'true' ]];then
+ print_screen_output "Sorry, you can't run the $SCRIPT_NAME self updater option (-$3) in an IRC client."
+ exit 1
+ fi
+
+ print_screen_output "Starting $SCRIPT_NAME self updater."
+ print_screen_output "Currently running $SCRIPT_NAME version number: $SCRIPT_VERSION_NUMBER"
+ print_screen_output "Current version patch number: $SCRIPT_PATCH_NUMBER"
+ print_screen_output "Updating $SCRIPT_NAME in $SCRIPT_PATH using $2 as download source..."
+
+ file_contents="$( wget -q -O - $1$SCRIPT_NAME )" || wget_error=$?
+ # then do the actual download
+ if [[ $wget_error -eq 0 ]];then
+ # make sure the whole file got downloaded and is in the variable
+ if [[ -n $( grep '###\*\*EOF\*\*###' <<< "$file_contents" ) ]];then
+ echo "$file_contents" > $SCRIPT_PATH/$SCRIPT_NAME || error_handler 14 "$?"
+ chmod +x $SCRIPT_PATH/$SCRIPT_NAME || error_handler 15 "$?"
+ SCRIPT_VERSION_NUMBER=$( parse_version_data 'main' )
+ SCRIPT_PATCH_NUMBER=$( parse_version_data 'patch' )
+ print_screen_output "Successfully updated to $2 version: $SCRIPT_VERSION_NUMBER"
+ print_screen_output "New $2 version patch number: $SCRIPT_PATCH_NUMBER"
+ print_screen_output "To run the new version, just start $SCRIPT_NAME again."
+ print_screen_output "----------------------------------------"
+ print_screen_output "Starting download of man page file now."
+ if [[ ! -d $MAN_FILE_LOCATION ]];then
+ print_screen_output "The required man directory was not detected on your system, unable to continue: $MAN_FILE_LOCATION"
+ else
+ if [[ $B_ROOT == 'true' ]];then
+ print_screen_output "Checking Man page download URL..."
+ if [[ -f /usr/share/man/man8/inxi.8.gz ]];then
+ print_screen_output "Updating man page location to man1."
+ mv -f /usr/share/man/man8/inxi.8.gz /usr/share/man/man1/inxi.1.gz
+ if [[ -n $( type -p mandb ) ]];then
+ exec $( type -p mandb ) -q
+ fi
+ fi
+ wget -q --spider $MAN_FILE_DOWNLOAD || wget_man_error=$?
+ if [[ $wget_man_error -eq 0 ]];then
+ print_screen_output "Man file download URL verified: $MAN_FILE_DOWNLOAD"
+ print_screen_output "Downloading Man page file now."
+ wget -q -O $man_file_path $MAN_FILE_DOWNLOAD || wget_man_error=$?
+ if [[ $wget_man_error -gt 0 ]];then
+ print_screen_output "Oh no! Something went wrong downloading the Man gz file at: $MAN_FILE_DOWNLOAD"
+ print_screen_output "Check the error messages for what happened. Error: $wget_man_error"
+ else
+ print_screen_output "Download/install of man page successful. Check to make sure it works: man inxi"
+ fi
+ else
+ print_screen_output "Man file download URL failed, unable to continue: $MAN_FILE_DOWNLOAD"
+ fi
+ else
+ print_screen_output "Updating / Installing the Man page requires root user, writing to: $MAN_FILE_LOCATION"
+ print_screen_output "If you want the man page, you'll have to run $SCRIPT_NAME -$3 as root."
+ fi
+ fi
+ exit 0
+ else
+ error_handler 16
+ fi
+ # now run the error handlers on any wget failure
+ else
+ if [[ $2 == 'svn server' ]];then
+ error_handler 8 "$wget_error"
+ elif [[ $2 == 'alt server' ]];then
+ error_handler 10 "$1"
+ else
+ error_handler 12 "$1"
+ fi
+ fi
+ eval $LOGFS
+}
+
+# args: $1 - debug data type: sys|xorg|disk
+debug_data_collector()
+{
+ local xiin_app='' xiin_data_file='' xiin_download='' error='' b_run_xiin='false'
+ local debug_data_dir='' bsd_string=''
+ local completed_gz_file='' xiin_file='xiin.py' ftp_upload='ftp.techpatterns.com/incoming'
+ local Line='-------------------------'
+ local start_directory=$( pwd )
+
+ if [[ -n $BSD_TYPE ]];then
+ bsd_string="$BSD_TYPE-"
+ fi
+
+ debug_data_dir="inxi-$bsd_string$(tr ' ' '-' <<< $HOSTNAME | tr '[A-Z]' '[a-z]' )-$1-$(date +%Y%m%d)"
+
+ if [[ $B_RUNNING_IN_SHELL == 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ -n $ALTERNATE_FTP ]];then
+ ftp_upload=$ALTERNATE_FTP
+ fi
+ echo "Starting debugging data collection type: $1"
+ echo -n "Checking/creating required directories... "
+ if [[ ! -d $SCRIPT_DATA_DIR ]];then
+ mkdir $SCRIPT_DATA_DIR
+ fi
+ echo 'completed'
+ cd $SCRIPT_DATA_DIR
+ if [[ -d $SCRIPT_DATA_DIR/$debug_data_dir ]];then
+ echo 'Deleting previous xiin data directory...'
+ rm -rf $SCRIPT_DATA_DIR/$debug_data_dir
+ fi
+ mkdir $SCRIPT_DATA_DIR/$debug_data_dir
+ if [[ -f $SCRIPT_DATA_DIR/$debug_data_dir.tar.gz ]];then
+ echo 'Deleting previous tar.gz file...'
+ rm -f $SCRIPT_DATA_DIR/$debug_data_dir.tar.gz
+ fi
+
+ echo 'Collecting system info: sensors, lsusb, lspci, lspci -v data, plus /proc data'
+ echo 'also checking for dmidecode data: note, you must be root to have dmidecode work.'
+ echo "Data going into: $SCRIPT_DATA_DIR/$debug_data_dir"
+ # bsd tools
+ pciconf -vl &> $debug_data_dir/bsd-pciconf-vl.txt
+ sysctl -a &> $debug_data_dir/bsd-sysctl-a.txt
+
+ dmidecode &> $debug_data_dir/dmidecode.txt
+
+ lscpu &> $debug_data_dir/lscpu.txt
+ lspci &> $debug_data_dir/lspci.txt
+ lspci -n &> $debug_data_dir/lspci-n.txt
+ lspci -v &> $debug_data_dir/lspci-v.txt
+ lsusb &> $debug_data_dir/lsusb.txt
+ ps aux &> $debug_data_dir/ps-aux.txt
+ sensors &> $debug_data_dir/sensors.txt
+ nvidia-smi -q &> $debug_data_dir/nvidia-smi-q.txt
+ nvidia-smi -q -x &> $debug_data_dir/nvidia-smi-xq.txt
+
+ ls /usr/bin/gcc* &> $debug_data_dir/gcc-sys-versions.txt
+ gcc --version &> $debug_data_dir/gcc-version.txt
+ cat /etc/issue &> $debug_data_dir/etc-issue.txt
+ cat $FILE_LSB_RELEASE &> $debug_data_dir/lsb-release.txt
+ cat $FILE_OS_RELEASE &> $debug_data_dir/os-release.txt
+ cat $FILE_ASOUND_DEVICE &> $debug_data_dir/proc-asound-device.txt
+ cat $FILE_ASOUND_VERSION &> $debug_data_dir/proc-asound-version.txt
+ cat $FILE_CPUINFO &> $debug_data_dir/proc-cpu-info.txt
+ cat $FILE_MEMINFO &> $debug_data_dir/proc-meminfo.txt
+ cat $FILE_MODULES &> $debug_data_dir/proc-modules.txt
+ cat /proc/net/arp &> $debug_data_dir/proc-net-arp.txt
+ # bsd data
+ cat /var/run/dmesg.boot &> $debug_data_dir/bsd-var-run-dmesg.boot.txt
+
+ check_recommends_user_output &> $debug_data_dir/check-recommends-user-output.txt
+ # first download and verify xiin
+ if [[ $B_UPLOAD_DEBUG_DATA == 'true' || $1 == 'disk' || $1 == 'sys' || $1 == 'all' ]];then
+ touch $SCRIPT_DATA_DIR/$debug_data_dir/xiin-error.txt
+ echo "Downloading required tree traverse tool $xiin_file..."
+ if [[ -f xiin && ! -f $xiin_file ]];then
+ mv -f xiin $xiin_file
+ fi
+ # -Nc is creating really weird download anomolies, so using -O instead
+ xiin_download="$( wget -q -O - http://inxi.googlecode.com/svn/branches/xiin/$xiin_file )"
+ # if nothing got downloaded kick out error, otherwise we'll use an older version
+ if [[ $? -gt 0 && ! -f $xiin_file ]];then
+ echo -e "ERROR: Failed to download required file: $xiin_file\nMaybe the remote site is down or your networking is broken?"
+ echo "Continuing with incomplete data collection."
+ echo "$xiin_file download failed and no existing $xiin_file" >> $debug_data_dir/xiin-error.txt
+ elif [[ -n $( grep -s '# EOF' <<< "$xiin_download" ) || -f $xiin_file ]];then
+ if [[ -n $( grep -s '# EOF' <<< "$xiin_download" ) ]];then
+ echo "Updating $xiin_file from remote location"
+ echo "$xiin_download" > $xiin_file
+ else
+ echo "Using local $xiin_file due to download failure"
+ fi
+ b_run_xiin='true'
+ else
+ echo -e "ERROR: $xiin_file downloaded but the program file data is corrupted.\nContinuing with incomplete data collection."
+ echo "$xiin_file downloaded but the program file data is corrupted." >> $debug_data_dir/xiin-error.txt
+ fi
+ fi
+ # note, only bash 4> supports ;;& for case, so using if/then here
+ if [[ $1 == 'disk' || $1 == 'sys' || $1 == 'all' ]];then
+ xiin_data_file=$SCRIPT_DATA_DIR/$debug_data_dir/xiin-sys.txt
+ echo 'Collecting networking data...'
+ ifconfig &> $debug_data_dir/ifconfig.txt
+ ip addr &> $debug_data_dir/ip-addr.txt
+ if [[ $b_run_xiin == 'true' && -z $BSD_TYPE ]];then
+ echo $Line
+ echo "Running $xiin_file tool now on /sys..."
+ echo "Using Python version:" && python --version
+ python --version &> $debug_data_dir/python-version.txt
+ python ./$xiin_file -d /sys -f $xiin_data_file
+ if [[ $? -ne 0 ]];then
+ error=$?
+ echo -e "ERROR: $xiin_file exited with error $error - removing data file.\nContinuing with incomplete data collection."
+ echo "Continuing with incomplete data collection."
+ rm -f $xiin_data_file
+ echo "$xiin_file data generation failed with python error $error" >> $debug_data_dir/xiin-error.txt
+ fi
+ echo $Line
+ fi
+ fi
+ if [[ $1 == 'xorg' || $1 == 'all' ]];then
+ if [[ $B_RUNNING_IN_X != 'true' ]];then
+ echo 'Warning: only some of the data collection can occur if you are not in X'
+ touch $debug_data_dir/warning-user-not-in-x
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_ROOT == 'true' ]];then
+ echo 'Warning: only some of the data collection can occur if you are running as Root user'
+ touch $debug_data_dir/warning-root-user
+ fi
+ echo 'Collecting Xorg log and xorg.conf files'
+ if [[ -e $FILE_XORG_LOG ]];then
+ cat $FILE_XORG_LOG &> $debug_data_dir/xorg-log-file.txt
+ else
+ touch $debug_data_dir/no-xorg-log-file
+ fi
+ if [[ -e /etc/X11/xorg.conf ]];then
+ cp /etc/X11/xorg.conf $SCRIPT_DATA_DIR/$debug_data_dir
+ else
+ touch $debug_data_dir/no-xorg-conf-file
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $( ls /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/ 2>/dev/null ) ]];then
+ ls /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d &> $debug_data_dir/ls-etc-x11-xorg-conf-d.txt
+ cp /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d $SCRIPT_DATA_DIR/$debug_data_dir
+ else
+ touch $debug_data_dir/no-xorg-conf-d-files
+ fi
+ echo 'Collecting X, xprop, glxinfo, xrandr, xdpyinfo data...'
+ xprop -root &> $debug_data_dir/xprop_root.txt
+ glxinfo &> $debug_data_dir/glxinfo.txt
+ xdpyinfo &> $debug_data_dir/xdpyinfo.txt
+ xrandr &> $debug_data_dir/xrandr.txt
+ X -version &> $debug_data_dir/x-version.txt
+ Xorg -version &> $debug_data_dir/xorg-version.txt
+ fi
+ if [[ $1 == 'disk' || $1 == 'all' ]];then
+ echo 'Collecting dev, label, disk, uuid data, df...'
+ ls -l /dev &> $debug_data_dir/dev-data.txt
+ ls -l /dev/disk &> $debug_data_dir/dev-disk-data.txt
+ ls -l /dev/disk/by-id &> $debug_data_dir/dev-disk-id-data.txt
+ ls -l /dev/disk/by-label &> $debug_data_dir/dev-disk-label-data.txt
+ ls -l /dev/disk/by-uuid &> $debug_data_dir/dev-disk-uuid-data.txt
+ ls -l /dev/disk/by-path &> $debug_data_dir/dev-disk-path-data.txt
+ ls -l /dev/mapper &> $debug_data_dir/dev-disk-mapper-data.txt
+ readlink /dev/root &> $debug_data_dir/dev-root.txt
+ df -h -T -P --exclude-type=aufs --exclude-type=squashfs --exclude-type=unionfs --exclude-type=devtmpfs --exclude-type=tmpfs --exclude-type=iso9660 --exclude-type=devfs --exclude-type=linprocfs --exclude-type=sysfs --exclude-type=fdescfs &> $debug_data_dir/df-h-T-P-excludes.txt
+ df -T -P --exclude-type=aufs --exclude-type=squashfs --exclude-type=unionfs --exclude-type=devtmpfs --exclude-type=tmpfs --exclude-type=iso9660 --exclude-type=devfs --exclude-type=linprocfs --exclude-type=sysfs --exclude-type=fdescfs &> $debug_data_dir/df-T-P-excludes.txt
+ df -H -T &> $debug_data_dir/bsd-df-H-T-no-excludes.txt
+ df -H &> $debug_data_dir/bsd-df-H-no-excludes.txt
+ # bsd tool
+ mount &> $debug_data_dir/mount.txt
+ gpart list &> $debug_data_dir/bsd-gpart-list.txt
+ gpart show &> $debug_data_dir/bsd-gpart-show.txt
+ gpart status &> $debug_data_dir/bsd-gpart-status.txt
+ swapctl -l &> $debug_data_dir/bsd-swapctl-l.txt
+ swapon -s &> $debug_data_dir/swapon-s.txt
+ sysctl -b kern.geom.conftxt &> $debug_data_dir/bsd-sysctl-b-kern.geom.conftxt.txt
+ sysctl -b kern.geom.confxml &> $debug_data_dir/bsd-sysctl-b-kern.geom.confxml.txt
+ zfs list &> $debug_data_dir/bsd-zfs-list.txt
+ zpool list &> $debug_data_dir/bsd-zpool-list.txt
+ zpool list -v &> $debug_data_dir/bsd-zpool-list-v.txt
+ df -P --exclude-type=aufs --exclude-type=squashfs --exclude-type=unionfs --exclude-type=devtmpfs --exclude-type=tmpfs --exclude-type=iso9660 &> $debug_data_dir/df-P-excludes.txt
+ df -P &> $debug_data_dir/bsd-df-P-no-excludes.txt
+ cat /proc/mdstat &> $debug_data_dir/proc-mdstat.txt
+ cat $FILE_PARTITIONS &> $debug_data_dir/proc-partitions.txt
+ cat $FILE_SCSI &> $debug_data_dir/proc-scsi.txt
+ cat $FILE_MOUNTS &> $debug_data_dir/proc-mounts.txt
+ cat /proc/sys/dev/cdrom/info &> $debug_data_dir/proc-cdrom-info.txt
+ ls /proc/ide/ &> $debug_data_dir/proc-ide.txt
+ cat /proc/ide/*/* &> $debug_data_dir/proc-ide-hdx-cat.txt
+ cat /etc/fstab &> $debug_data_dir/etc-fstab.txt
+ cat /etc/mtab &> $debug_data_dir/etc-mtab.txt
+ fi
+ echo 'Creating inxi output file now. This can take a few seconds...'
+ echo "Starting $SCRIPT_NAME from: $start_directory"
+ cd $start_directory
+ $SCRIPT_PATH/$SCRIPT_NAME -FRploudxxx -c 0 -@ 8 > $SCRIPT_DATA_DIR/$debug_data_dir/inxi-FRploudxxx.txt
+ cp $LOG_FILE $SCRIPT_DATA_DIR/$debug_data_dir
+ if [[ -f $SCRIPT_DATA_DIR/$debug_data_dir.tar.gz ]];then
+ echo "Found and removing previous tar.gz data file: $debug_data_dir.tar.gz"
+ rm -f $SCRIPT_DATA_DIR/$debug_data_dir.tar.gz
+ fi
+ cd $SCRIPT_DATA_DIR
+ echo 'Creating tar.gz compressed file of this material now. Contents:'
+ echo $Line
+ tar -cvzf $debug_data_dir.tar.gz $debug_data_dir
+ echo $Line
+ echo 'Cleaning up leftovers...'
+ rm -rf $debug_data_dir
+ echo 'Testing gzip file integrity...'
+ gzip -t $debug_data_dir.tar.gz
+ if [[ $? -gt 0 ]];then
+ echo 'Data in gz is corrupted, removing gzip file, try running data collector again.'
+ rm -f $debug_data_dir.tar.gz
+ echo "Data in gz is corrupted, removed gzip file" >> $debug_data_dir/gzip-error.txt
+ else
+ echo 'All done, you can find your data gzipped directory here:'
+ completed_gz_file=$SCRIPT_DATA_DIR/$debug_data_dir.tar.gz
+ echo $completed_gz_file
+ if [[ $B_UPLOAD_DEBUG_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ echo $Line
+ if [[ $b_run_xiin == 'true' ]];then
+ echo "Running automatic upload of data to remote server $ftp_upload now..."
+ python ./$xiin_file --version
+ python ./$xiin_file -u $completed_gz_file $ftp_upload
+ if [[ $? -gt 0 ]];then
+ echo $Line
+ echo "Error: looks like the ftp upload failed. Error number: $?"
+ echo "The ftp upload failed. Error number: $?" >> $debug_data_dir/xiin-error.txt
+ fi
+ else
+ echo 'Unable to run the automoatic ftp upload because of an error with the xiin download.'
+ echo "Unable to run the automoatic ftp upload because of an error with the xiin download" >> $debug_data_dir/xiin-error.txt
+ fi
+ else
+ echo 'You can upload this here using most file managers: ftp.techpatterns.com/incoming'
+ echo 'then let a maintainer know it is uploaded.'
+ fi
+ fi
+ else
+ echo 'This feature only available in console or shell client! Exiting now.'
+ fi
+ exit 0
+}
+
+check_recommends_user_output()
+{
+ local Line='-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------'
+ local gawk_version='N/A' sed_version='N/A' sudo_version='N/A' python_version='N/A'
+
+ if [[ $B_RUNNING_IN_SHELL != 'true' ]];then
+ print_screen_output "Sorry, you can't run this option in an IRC client."
+ exit 1
+ fi
+
+ initialize_paths
+
+ echo "$SCRIPT_NAME will now begin checking for the programs it needs to operate. First a check of"
+ echo "the main languages and tools $SCRIPT_NAME uses. Python is only for debugging data collection."
+ echo $Line
+ echo "Bash version: $( bash --version 2>&1 | awk 'BEGIN {IGNORECASE=1} /^GNU bash/ {print $4}' )"
+ if [[ -n $( type -p gawk ) ]];then
+ gawk_version=$( gawk --version 2>&1 | awk 'BEGIN {IGNORECASE=1} /^GNU Awk/ {print $3}' )
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $( type -p sed ) ]];then
+ sed_version=$( sed --version 2>&1 | awk 'BEGIN {IGNORECASE=1} /^GNU sed version/ {print $4}' )
+ if [[ -z $sed_version ]];then
+ # note: bsd sed shows error with --version flag
+ sed_version=$( sed --version 2>&1 | awk 'BEGIN {IGNORECASE=1} /^sed: illegal option/ {print "BSD sed"}' )
+ fi
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $( type -p sudo ) ]];then
+ sudo_version=$( sudo -V 2>&1 | awk 'BEGIN {IGNORECASE=1} /^Sudo version/ {print $3}' )
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $( type -p python ) ]];then
+ python_version=$( python --version 2>&1 | awk 'BEGIN {IGNORECASE=1} /^Python/ {print $2}' )
+ fi
+ echo "Gawk version: $gawk_version"
+ echo "Sed version: $sed_version"
+ echo "Sudo version: $sudo_version"
+ echo "Python version: $python_version"
+ echo $Line
+ echo "Test One: Required System Directories."
+ echo "If one of these system directories is missing, $SCRIPT_NAME cannot operate:"
+ echo
+ check_recommends_items 'required-dirs'
+ echo "Test Two: Required Core Applications."
+ echo "If one of these applications is missing, $SCRIPT_NAME cannot operate:"
+ echo
+ check_recommends_items 'required-apps'
+ echo 'Test Three: Script Recommends for Graphics Features. If you do not use X these do not matter.'
+ echo "If one of these applications is missing, $SCRIPT_NAME will have incomplete output:"
+ echo
+ check_recommends_items 'recommended-x-apps'
+ echo 'Test Four: Script Recommends for Remaining Features.'
+ echo "If one of these applications is missing, $SCRIPT_NAME will have incomplete output:"
+ echo
+ check_recommends_items 'recommended-apps'
+ echo 'Test Five: System Directories for Various Information.'
+ echo "If one of these directories is missing, $SCRIPT_NAME will have incomplete output:"
+ echo
+ check_recommends_items 'system-dirs'
+ echo 'All tests completed.'
+}
+# args: $1 - check item
+check_recommends_items()
+{
+ local item='' item_list='' item_string='' missing_items='' missing_string=''
+ local package='' application='' feature='' type='' starter='' finisher=''
+ local package_deb='' package_pacman='' package_rpm=''
+ local print_string='' separator=''
+ local required_dirs='/proc /sys'
+ # package-owner: 1 - debian/ubuntu; 2 - arch; 3 - yum/rpm
+ # pardus: pisi sf -q /usr/bin/package
+ local required_apps='
+ df:coreutils~coreutils~coreutils~:partition_data
+ gawk:gawk~gawk~gawk~:core_tool
+ grep:grep~grep~grep~:string_search
+ lspci:pciutils~pciutils~pciutils~:hardware_data
+ ps:procps~procps~procps~:process_data
+ readlink:coreutils~coreutils~coreutils~:
+ sed:sed~sed~sed~:string_replace
+ tr:coreutils~coreutils~coreutils~:character_replace
+ uname:uname~coreutils~coreutils~:kernel_data
+ uptime:procps~procps~procps~:
+ wc:coreutils~coreutils~coreutils~:word_character_count
+ '
+ local x_recommends='
+ glxinfo:mesa-utils~mesa-demos~glx-utils_(openSUSE_12.3_and_later_Mesa-demo-x)~:-G_glx_info
+ xdpyinfo:X11-utils~xorg-xdpyinfo~xorg-x11-utils~:-G_multi_screen_resolution
+ xprop:X11-utils~xorg-xprop~x11-utils~:-S_desktop_data
+ xrandr:x11-xserver-utils~xrandr~x11-server-utils~:-G_single_screen_resolution
+ '
+ local recommended_apps='
+ dmidecode:dmidecode~dmidecode~dmidecode~:-M_if_no_sys_machine_data
+ file:file~file~file~:-o_unmounted_file_system
+ hddtemp:hddtemp~hddtemp~hddtemp~:-Dx_show_hdd_temp
+ ifconfig:net-tools~net-tools~net-tools~:-i_ip_lan-deprecated
+ ip:iproute~iproute2~iproute~:-i_ip_lan
+ sensors:lm-sensors~lm_sensors~lm-sensors~:-s_sensors_output
+ lsusb:usbutils~usbutils~usbutils~:-A_usb_audio;-N_usb_networking
+ modinfo:module-init-tools~module-init-tools~module-init-tools~:-Ax,-Nx_module_version
+ runlevel:sysvinit~sysvinit~systemd~:-I_runlevel
+ sudo:sudo~sudo~sudo~:-Dx_hddtemp-user;-o_file-user
+ '
+ local recommended_dirs='
+ /sys/class/dmi/id:-M_system,_motherboard,_bios
+ /dev:-l,-u,-o,-p,-P,-D_disk_partition_data
+ /dev/disk/by-label:-l,-o,-p,-P_partition_labels
+ /dev/disk/by-uuid:-u,-o,-p,-P_partition_uuid
+ /var/run/dmesg.boot:-C,-f_(BSD_only)
+ '
+
+ case $1 in
+ required-dirs)
+ item_list=$required_dirs
+ item_string='Required file system'
+ missing_string='system directories'
+ type='directories'
+ ;;
+ required-apps)
+ item_list=$required_apps
+ item_string='Required application'
+ missing_string='applications, and their corresponding packages,'
+ type='applications'
+ ;;
+ recommended-x-apps)
+ item_list=$x_recommends
+ item_string='Recommended X application'
+ missing_string='applications, and their corresponding packages,'
+ type='applications'
+ ;;
+ recommended-apps)
+ item_list=$recommended_apps
+ item_string='Recommended application'
+ missing_string='applications, and their corresponding packages,'
+ type='applications'
+ ;;
+ system-dirs)
+ item_list=$recommended_dirs
+ item_string='System directory'
+ missing_string='system directories'
+ type='directories'
+ ;;
+ esac
+ # great trick from: http://ideatrash.net/2011/01/bash-string-padding-with-sed.html
+ # left pad: sed -e :a -e 's/^.\{1,80\}$/& /;ta'
+ # right pad: sed -e :a -e 's/^.\{1,80\}$/ &/;ta'
+ # center pad: sed -e :a -e 's/^.\{1,80\}$/ & /;ta'
+
+ for item in $item_list
+ do
+ if [[ $( awk -F ":" '{print NF-1}' <<< $item ) -eq 0 ]];then
+ application=$item
+ package=''
+ feature=''
+ location=''
+ elif [[ $( awk -F ":" '{print NF-1}' <<< $item ) -eq 1 ]];then
+ application=$( cut -d ':' -f 1 <<< $item )
+ package=''
+ feature=$( cut -d ':' -f 2 <<< $item )
+ location=''
+ else
+ application=$( cut -d ':' -f 1 <<< $item )
+ package=$( cut -d ':' -f 2 <<< $item )
+ location=$( type -p $application )
+ if [[ $( awk -F ":" '{print NF-1}' <<< $item ) -eq 2 ]];then
+ feature=$( cut -d ':' -f 3 <<< $item )
+ else
+ feature=''
+ fi
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $feature ]];then
+ print_string="$item_string: $application (info: $( sed 's/_/ /g' <<< $feature ))"
+ else
+ print_string="$item_string: $application"
+ fi
+ starter="$( sed -e :a -e 's/^.\{1,75\}$/&./;ta' <<< $print_string )"
+ if [[ -z $( grep '^/' <<< $application ) && -n $location ]] || [[ -d $application ]];then
+ if [[ -n $location ]];then
+ finisher=" $location"
+ else
+ finisher=" Present"
+ fi
+ else
+ finisher=" Missing"
+ missing_items="$missing_items$separator$application:$package"
+ separator=' '
+ fi
+
+ echo "$starter$finisher"
+ done
+ echo
+ if [[ -n $missing_items ]];then
+ echo "The following $type are missing from your system:"
+ for item in $missing_items
+ do
+ application=$( cut -d ':' -f 1 <<< $item )
+ if [[ $type == 'applications' ]];then
+ # echo '--------------------------------------------------------'
+ echo
+ package=$( cut -d ':' -f 2 <<< $item )
+ package_deb=$( cut -d '~' -f 1 <<< $package )
+ package_pacman=$( cut -d '~' -f 2 <<< $package )
+ package_rpm=$( cut -d '~' -f 3 <<< $package )
+ echo "Application: $application"
+ echo "To add to your system, install the proper distribution package for your system:"
+ echo "Debian/Ubuntu: $package_deb :: Arch Linux: $package_pacman :: Redhat/Fedora/Suse: $package_rpm"
+ else
+ echo "Directory: $application"
+ fi
+ done
+ if [[ $item_string == 'System directory' ]];then
+ echo "These directories are created by the kernel, so don't worry if they are not present."
+ fi
+ else
+ echo "All the $( cut -d ' ' -f 1 <<< $item_string | sed -e 's/Re/re/' -e 's/Sy/sy/' ) $type are present."
+ fi
+ echo $Line
+}
+
+#### -------------------------------------------------------------------
+#### print / output cleaners
+#### -------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+# inxi speaks through here. When run by Konversation script alias mode, uses DCOP
+# for dcop to work, must use 'say' operator, AND colors must be evaluated by echo -e
+# note: dcop does not seem able to handle \n so that's being stripped out and replaced with space.
+print_screen_output()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ # the double quotes are needed to avoid losing whitespace in data when certain output types are used
+ local print_data="$( echo -e "$1" )"
+
+ # just using basic debugger stuff so you can tell which thing is printing out the data. This
+ # should help debug kde 4 konvi issues when that is released into sid, we'll see. Turning off
+ # the redundant debugger output which as far as I can tell does exactly nothing to help debugging.
+ if [[ $DEBUG -gt 5 ]];then
+ if [[ $KONVI -eq 1 ]];then
+ # konvi doesn't seem to like \n characters, it just prints them literally
+ # print_data="$( tr '\n' ' ' <<< "$print_data" )"
+ # dcop "$DCPORT" "$DCOPOBJ" say "$DCSERVER" "$DCTARGET" "konvi='$KONVI' saying : '$print_data'"
+ print_data="KP-$KONVI: $print_data"
+ elif [[ $KONVI -eq 2 ]];then
+ # echo "konvi='$KONVI' saying : '$print_data'"
+ print_data="KP-$KONVI: $print_data"
+ else
+ # echo "printing out: '$print_data'"
+ print_data="P: $print_data"
+ fi
+ fi
+
+ if [[ $KONVI -eq 1 && $B_DCOP == 'true' ]]; then ## dcop Konversation (<= 1.1 (qt3))
+ # konvi doesn't seem to like \n characters, it just prints them literally
+ $print_data="$( tr '\n' ' ' <<< "$print_data" )"
+ dcop "$DCPORT" "$DCOPOBJ" say "$DCSERVER" "$DCTARGET" "$print_data"
+
+ elif [[ $KONVI -eq 3 && $B_QDBUS == 'true' ]]; then ## dbus Konversation (> 1.2 (qt4))
+ qdbus org.kde.konversation /irc say "$DCSERVER" "$DCTARGET" "$print_data"
+
+# elif [[ $IRC_CLIENT == 'X-Chat' ]]; then
+# qdbus org.xchat.service print "$print_data\n"
+
+ else
+ # the -n is needed to avoid double spacing of output in terminal
+ echo -ne "$print_data\n"
+ fi
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+## this handles all verbose line construction with indentation/line starter
+## args: $1 - null (, actually: " ") or line starter; $2 - line content
+create_print_line()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ printf "${C1}%-${INDENT}s${C2} %s" "$1" "$2"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+# this removes newline and pipes.
+# args: $1 - string to clean
+remove_erroneous_chars()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ ## RS is input record separator
+ ## gsub is substitute;
+ gawk '
+ BEGIN {
+ RS=""
+ }
+ {
+ gsub(/\n$/,"") ## (newline; end of string) with (nothing)
+ gsub(/\n/," "); ## (newline) with (space)
+ gsub(/^ *| *$/, "") ## (pipe char) with (nothing)
+ gsub(/ +/, " ") ## ( +) with (space)
+ gsub(/ [ ]+/, " ") ## ([ ]+) with (space)
+ gsub(/^ +| +$/, "") ## (pipe char) with (nothing)
+ printf $0
+ }' "$1" ## prints (returns) cleaned input
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+#### -------------------------------------------------------------------
+#### parameter handling, print usage functions.
+#### -------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+# Get the parameters. Note: standard options should be lower case, advanced or testing, upper
+# args: $1 - full script startup args: $@
+get_parameters()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local opt='' wget_test='' debug_data_type='' weather_flag='wW:'
+ local use_short='true' # this is needed to trigger short output, every v/d/F/line trigger sets this false
+
+ # if distro maintainers don't want the weather feature disable it
+ if [[ $B_ALLOW_WEATHER == 'false' ]];then
+ weather_flag=''
+
+ fi
+ if [[ $1 == '--version' ]];then
+ print_version_info
+ exit 0
+ elif [[ $1 == '--help' ]];then
+ show_options
+ exit 0
+ elif [[ $1 == '--recommends' ]];then
+ check_recommends_user_output
+ exit 0
+ # the short form only runs if no args output args are used
+ # no need to run through these if there are no args
+ # reserved for future use: -g for extra Graphics; -m for extra Machine; -d for extra Disk
+ elif [[ -n $1 ]];then
+ while getopts Abc:CdDfFGhHiIlMnNopPrRsSt:uUv:V${weather_flag}xzZ%@:!: opt
+ do
+ case $opt in
+ A) B_SHOW_AUDIO='true'
+ use_short='false'
+ ;;
+ b) use_short='false'
+ B_SHOW_BASIC_CPU='true'
+ B_SHOW_BASIC_RAID='true'
+ B_SHOW_DISK_TOTAL='true'
+ B_SHOW_GRAPHICS='true'
+ B_SHOW_INFO='true'
+ B_SHOW_MACHINE='true'
+ B_SHOW_NETWORK='true'
+ B_SHOW_SYSTEM='true'
+ ;;
+ c) if [[ -n $( grep -E '^[0-9][0-9]?$' <<< $OPTARG ) ]];then
+ case $OPTARG in
+ 99)
+ B_RUN_COLOR_SELECTOR='true'
+ COLOR_SELECTION='global'
+ ;;
+ 98)
+ B_RUN_COLOR_SELECTOR='true'
+ COLOR_SELECTION='irc-console'
+ ;;
+ 97)
+ B_RUN_COLOR_SELECTOR='true'
+ COLOR_SELECTION='irc-virtual-terminal'
+ ;;
+ 96)
+ B_RUN_COLOR_SELECTOR='true'
+ COLOR_SELECTION='irc'
+ ;;
+ 95)
+ B_RUN_COLOR_SELECTOR='true'
+ COLOR_SELECTION='virtual-terminal'
+ ;;
+ 94)
+ B_RUN_COLOR_SELECTOR='true'
+ COLOR_SELECTION='console'
+ ;;
+ *)
+ B_COLOR_SCHEME_SET='true'
+ ## note: not sure about this, you'd think user values should be overridden, but
+ ## we'll leave this for now
+ if [[ -z $COLOR_SCHEME ]];then
+ set_color_scheme "$OPTARG"
+ fi
+ ;;
+ esac
+ else
+ error_handler 3 "$OPTARG"
+ fi
+ ;;
+ C) B_SHOW_CPU='true'
+ use_short='false'
+ ;;
+ d) B_SHOW_DISK='true'
+ B_SHOW_FULL_OPTICAL='true'
+ use_short='false'
+ # error_handler 20 "-d has been replaced by -b"
+ ;;
+ D) B_SHOW_DISK='true'
+ use_short='false'
+ ;;
+ f) B_SHOW_CPU='true'
+ B_CPU_FLAGS_FULL='true'
+ use_short='false'
+ ;;
+ F) # B_EXTRA_DATA='true'
+ B_SHOW_ADVANCED_NETWORK='true'
+ B_SHOW_AUDIO='true'
+ # B_SHOW_BASIC_OPTICAL='true'
+ B_SHOW_CPU='true'
+ B_SHOW_DISK='true'
+ B_SHOW_GRAPHICS='true'
+ B_SHOW_INFO='true'
+ B_SHOW_MACHINE='true'
+ B_SHOW_NETWORK='true'
+ B_SHOW_PARTITIONS='true'
+ B_SHOW_RAID='true'
+ B_SHOW_SENSORS='true'
+ B_SHOW_SYSTEM='true'
+ use_short='false'
+ ;;
+ G) B_SHOW_GRAPHICS='true'
+ use_short='false'
+ ;;
+ i) B_SHOW_IP='true'
+ B_SHOW_NETWORK='true'
+ B_SHOW_ADVANCED_NETWORK='true'
+ use_short='false'
+ ;;
+ I) B_SHOW_INFO='true'
+ use_short='false'
+ ;;
+ l) B_SHOW_LABELS='true'
+ B_SHOW_PARTITIONS='true'
+ use_short='false'
+ ;;
+ M) B_SHOW_MACHINE='true'
+ use_short='false'
+ ;;
+ n) B_SHOW_ADVANCED_NETWORK='true'
+ B_SHOW_NETWORK='true'
+ use_short='false'
+ ;;
+ N) B_SHOW_NETWORK='true'
+ use_short='false'
+ ;;
+ o) B_SHOW_UNMOUNTED_PARTITIONS='true'
+ use_short='false'
+ ;;
+ p) B_SHOW_PARTITIONS_FULL='true'
+ B_SHOW_PARTITIONS='true'
+ use_short='false'
+ ;;
+ P) B_SHOW_PARTITIONS='true'
+ use_short='false'
+ ;;
+ r) B_SHOW_REPOS='true'
+ use_short='false'
+ ;;
+ R) B_SHOW_RAID='true'
+ # it turns out only users with mdraid software installed will have raid,
+ # so unless -R is explicitly called, blank -b/-F/-v6 and less output will not show
+ # error if file is missing.
+ B_SHOW_RAID_R='true'
+ use_short='false'
+ ;;
+ s) B_SHOW_SENSORS='true'
+ use_short='false'
+ ;;
+ S) B_SHOW_SYSTEM='true'
+ use_short='false'
+ ;;
+ t) if [[ -n $( grep -E '^(c|m|cm|mc)([1-9]|1[0-9]|20)?$' <<< $OPTARG ) ]];then
+ use_short='false'
+ if [[ -n $( grep -E '[0-9]+' <<< $OPTARG ) ]];then
+ PS_COUNT=$( sed 's/[^0-9]//g' <<< $OPTARG )
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $( grep 'c' <<< $OPTARG ) ]];then
+ B_SHOW_PS_CPU_DATA='true'
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $( grep 'm' <<< $OPTARG ) ]];then
+ B_SHOW_PS_MEM_DATA='true'
+ fi
+ else
+ error_handler 13 "$OPTARG"
+ fi
+ ;;
+ u) B_SHOW_UUIDS='true'
+ B_SHOW_PARTITIONS='true'
+ use_short='false'
+ ;;
+ v) if [[ -n $( grep -E "^[0-9][0-9]?$" <<< $OPTARG ) && $OPTARG -le $VERBOSITY_LEVELS ]];then
+ if [[ $OPTARG -ge 1 ]];then
+ use_short='false'
+ B_SHOW_BASIC_CPU='true'
+ B_SHOW_DISK_TOTAL='true'
+ B_SHOW_GRAPHICS='true'
+ B_SHOW_INFO='true'
+ B_SHOW_SYSTEM='true'
+ fi
+ if [[ $OPTARG -ge 2 ]];then
+ B_SHOW_BASIC_DISK='true'
+ B_SHOW_BASIC_RAID='true'
+ B_SHOW_MACHINE='true'
+ B_SHOW_NETWORK='true'
+ fi
+ if [[ $OPTARG -ge 3 ]];then
+ B_SHOW_ADVANCED_NETWORK='true'
+ B_SHOW_CPU='true'
+ B_EXTRA_DATA='true'
+ fi
+ if [[ $OPTARG -ge 4 ]];then
+ B_SHOW_DISK='true'
+ B_SHOW_PARTITIONS='true'
+ fi
+ if [[ $OPTARG -ge 5 ]];then
+ B_SHOW_AUDIO='true'
+ B_SHOW_BASIC_OPTICAL='true'
+ B_SHOW_SENSORS='true'
+ B_SHOW_LABELS='true'
+ B_SHOW_UUIDS='true'
+ B_SHOW_RAID='true'
+ fi
+ if [[ $OPTARG -ge 6 ]];then
+ B_SHOW_FULL_OPTICAL='true'
+ B_SHOW_PARTITIONS_FULL='true'
+ B_SHOW_UNMOUNTED_PARTITIONS='true'
+ B_EXTRA_EXTRA_DATA='true'
+ fi
+ if [[ $OPTARG -ge 7 ]];then
+ B_EXTRA_EXTRA_EXTRA_DATA='true'
+ B_SHOW_IP='true'
+ B_SHOW_RAID_R='true'
+ fi
+ else
+ error_handler 4 "$OPTARG"
+ fi
+ ;;
+ U) if [[ $B_ALLOW_UPDATE == 'true' ]];then
+ script_self_updater "$SCRIPT_DOWNLOAD" 'svn server' "$opt"
+ else
+ error_handler 17 "-$opt"
+ fi
+ ;;
+ V) print_version_info
+ exit 0
+ ;;
+ w) B_SHOW_WEATHER=true
+ use_short='false'
+ ;;
+ W) ALTERNATE_WEATHER_LOCATION=$( sed -e 's/^[[:space:]]*//' -e 's/[[:space:]]*$//' <<< $OPTARG )
+ if [[ -n $( grep -Esi '([^,]+,.+|[0-9-]+)' <<< $ALTERNATE_WEATHER_LOCATION ) ]];then
+ B_SHOW_WEATHER=true
+ use_short='false'
+ else
+ error_handler 18 "-$opt: '$OPTARG'" "city,state OR latitude,longitude OR postal/zip code."
+ fi
+ ;;
+ # this will trigger either with x, xx, xxx or with Fx but not with xF
+ x) if [[ $B_EXTRA_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ B_EXTRA_EXTRA_EXTRA_DATA='true'
+ elif [[ $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ B_EXTRA_EXTRA_DATA='true'
+ else
+ B_EXTRA_DATA='true'
+ fi
+ ;;
+ z) B_OUTPUT_FILTER='true'
+ ;;
+ Z) B_OVERRIDE_FILTER='true'
+ ;;
+ h) show_options
+ exit 0
+ ;;
+ H) show_options 'full'
+ exit 0
+ ;;
+ ## debuggers and testing tools
+ %) B_HANDLE_CORRUPT_DATA='true'
+ ;;
+ @) if [[ -n $( grep -E "^([1-9]|1[0-4])$" <<< $OPTARG ) ]];then
+ DEBUG=$OPTARG
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ B_UPLOAD_DEBUG_DATA='true'
+ fi
+ exec 2>&1
+ # switch on logging only for -@ 8-10
+ case $OPTARG in
+ 8|9|10)
+ if [[ $OPTARG -eq 10 ]];then
+ B_LOG_COLORS='true'
+ elif [[ $OPTARG -eq 9 ]];then
+ B_LOG_FULL_DATA='true'
+ fi
+ B_USE_LOGGING='true'
+ # pack the logging data for evals function start/end
+ LOGFS=$LOGFS_STRING
+ LOGFE=$LOGFE_STRING
+ create_rotate_logfiles # create/rotate logfiles before we do anything else
+ ;;
+ 11|12|13|14)
+ case $OPTARG in
+ 11)
+ debug_data_type='sys'
+ ;;
+ 12)
+ debug_data_type='xorg'
+ ;;
+ 13)
+ debug_data_type='disk'
+ ;;
+ 14)
+ debug_data_type='all'
+ ;;
+ esac
+ initialize_data
+ debug_data_collector $debug_data_type
+ ;;
+ esac
+ else
+ error_handler 9 "$OPTARG"
+ fi
+ ;;
+ !) # test for various supported methods
+ case $OPTARG in
+ 1) B_TESTING_1='true'
+ ;;
+ 2) B_TESTING_2='true'
+ ;;
+ 3) B_TESTING_1='true'
+ B_TESTING_2='true'
+ ;;
+ 1[0-6]|http*)
+ if [[ $B_ALLOW_UPDATE == 'true' ]];then
+ case $OPTARG in
+ 10)
+ script_self_updater "$SCRIPT_DOWNLOAD_DEV" 'dev server' "$opt $OPTARG"
+ ;;
+ 11)
+ script_self_updater "$SCRIPT_DOWNLOAD_BRANCH_1" 'svn: branch one server' "$opt $OPTARG"
+ ;;
+ 12)
+ script_self_updater "$SCRIPT_DOWNLOAD_BRANCH_2" 'svn: branch two server' "$opt $OPTARG"
+ ;;
+ 13)
+ script_self_updater "$SCRIPT_DOWNLOAD_BRANCH_3" 'svn: branch three server' "$opt $OPTARG"
+ ;;
+ 14)
+ script_self_updater "$SCRIPT_DOWNLOAD_BRANCH_4" 'svn: branch four server' "$opt $OPTARG"
+ ;;
+ 15)
+ script_self_updater "$SCRIPT_DOWNLOAD_BRANCH_BSD" 'svn: branch bsd server' "$opt $OPTARG"
+ ;;
+ 16)
+ script_self_updater "$SCRIPT_DOWNLOAD_BRANCH_GNUBSD" 'svn: branch gnubsd server' "$opt $OPTARG"
+ ;;
+ http*)
+ script_self_updater "$OPTARG" 'alt server' "$opt <http...>"
+ ;;
+ esac
+ else
+ error_handler 17 "-$opt $OPTARG"
+ fi
+ ;;
+ 30)
+ B_RUNNING_IN_SHELL='true'
+ ;;
+ 31)
+ B_SHOW_HOST='false'
+ ;;
+ 32)
+ B_SHOW_HOST='true'
+ ;;
+ ftp*)
+ ALTERNATE_FTP="$OPTARG"
+ ;;
+ # for weather function, allows user to set an alternate weather location
+ location=*)
+ error_handler 19 "-$opt location=" "-W"
+ ;;
+ *) error_handler 11 "$OPTARG"
+ ;;
+ esac
+ ;;
+ *) error_handler 7 "$1"
+ ;;
+ esac
+ done
+ fi
+ ## this must occur here so you can use the debugging flag to show errors
+ ## Reroute all error messages to the bitbucket (if not debugging)
+ if [[ $DEBUG -eq 0 ]];then
+ exec 2>/dev/null
+ fi
+ #((DEBUG)) && exec 2>&1 # This is for debugging konversation
+
+ # after all the args have been processed, if no long output args used, run short output
+ if [[ $use_short == 'true' ]];then
+ B_SHOW_SHORT_OUTPUT='true'
+ fi
+ # just in case someone insists on using -zZ
+ if [[ $B_OVERRIDE_FILTER == 'true' ]];then
+ B_OUTPUT_FILTER='false'
+ fi
+ # change basic to full if user requested it or if arg overrides it
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_RAID == 'true' && $B_SHOW_BASIC_RAID == 'true' ]];then
+ B_SHOW_BASIC_RAID='false'
+ fi
+
+
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+## print out help menu, not including Testing or Debugger stuff because it's not needed
+show_options()
+{
+ local color_scheme_count=$(( ${#A_COLOR_SCHEMES[@]} - 1 ))
+ local partition_string='partition' partition_string_u='Partition'
+
+ if [[ $B_RUNNING_IN_SHELL != 'true' ]];then
+ print_screen_output "Sorry, you can't run the help option in an IRC client."
+ exit 1
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $BSD_TYPE ]];then
+ partition_string='slice'
+ partition_string_u='Slice'
+ fi
+ print_screen_output "$SCRIPT_NAME supports the following options. You can combine them, or list them"
+ print_screen_output "one by one: Examples: $SCRIPT_NAME -v4 -c6 OR $SCRIPT_NAME -bDc 6"
+ print_screen_output " "
+ print_screen_output "If you start $SCRIPT_NAME with no arguments, it will show the short form."
+ print_screen_output "The following options if used without -F, -b, or -v will show just option line(s):"
+ print_screen_output "A,C,D,G,I,M,N,P,R,S,f,i,n,o,p,l,u,r,s,t - you can use these alone or together to show"
+ print_screen_output "just the line(s) you want to see."
+ print_screen_output "If you use them with -v [level], -b or -F, it will show the full output for that line "
+ print_screen_output "along with the output for the chosen verbosity level."
+ print_screen_output "- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -"
+ print_screen_output "Output Control Options:"
+ print_screen_output "-A Audio/sound card information."
+ print_screen_output "-b Basic output, short form. Like $SCRIPT_NAME -v 2, only minus hard disk names."
+ print_screen_output "-c Color schemes. Scheme number is required. Color selectors run a color selector option"
+ print_screen_output " prior to $SCRIPT_NAME starting which lets you set the config file value for the selection."
+ print_screen_output " Supported color schemes: 0-$color_scheme_count Example: $SCRIPT_NAME -c 11"
+ print_screen_output " Color selectors for each type display (NOTE: irc and global only show safe color set):"
+ print_screen_output " 94 - Console, out of X"
+ print_screen_output " 95 - Terminal, running in X - like xTerm"
+ print_screen_output " 96 - Gui IRC, running in X - like Xchat, Quassel, Konversation etc."
+ print_screen_output " 97 - Console IRC running in X - like irssi in xTerm"
+ print_screen_output " 98 - Console IRC not in X"
+ print_screen_output " 99 - Global - Overrides/removes all settings. Setting specific removes global."
+ print_screen_output "-C Full CPU output, including per CPU clockspeed (if available)."
+ print_screen_output "-d Optical drive data. Same as -Dd. See also -x and -xx."
+ print_screen_output "-D Full hard Disk info, not only model, ie: /dev/sda ST380817AS 80.0GB. See also -x and -xx."
+ print_screen_output "-f All cpu flags, triggers -C. Not shown with -F to avoid spamming. ARM cpus show 'features'."
+ print_screen_output "-F Full output for $SCRIPT_NAME. Includes all Upper Case line letters, plus -s and -n."
+ print_screen_output " Does not show extra verbose options like -x -d -f -u -l -o -p -t -r"
+ print_screen_output "-G Graphic card information (card, x type, resolution, glx renderer, version)."
+ print_screen_output "-i Wan IP address, and shows local interfaces (requires ifconfig network tool). Same as -Nni"
+ print_screen_output " Not shown with -F for user security reasons, you shouldn't paste your local/wan IP."
+ print_screen_output "-I Information: processes, uptime, memory, irc client (or shell type), $SCRIPT_NAME version."
+ print_screen_output "-l ${partition_string_u} labels. Default: short ${partition_string} -P. For full -p output, use: -pl (or -plu)."
+ print_screen_output "-M Machine data. Motherboard, Bios, and if present, System Builder (Like Lenovo)."
+ print_screen_output " Older systems/kernels without the required /sys data can use dmidecode instead, run as root."
+ print_screen_output "-n Advanced Network card information. Same as -Nn. Shows interface, speed, mac id, state, etc."
+ print_screen_output "-N Network card information. With -x, shows PCI BusID, Port number."
+ print_screen_output "-o Unmounted ${partition_string} information (includes UUID and LABEL if available)."
+ print_screen_output " Shows file system type if you have file installed, if you are root OR if you have"
+ print_screen_output " added to /etc/sudoers (sudo v. 1.7 or newer): <username> ALL = NOPASSWD: /usr/bin/file (sample)"
+ print_screen_output "-p Full ${partition_string} information (-P plus all other detected ${partition_string}s)."
+ print_screen_output "-P Basic ${partition_string} information (shows what -v 4 would show, but without extra data)."
+ print_screen_output " Shows, if detected: / /boot /home /tmp /usr /var. Use -p to see all mounted ${partition_string}s."
+ print_screen_output "-r Distro repository data. Supported repo types: APT; PACMAN; PISI; YUM; URPMQ; Ports."
+ print_screen_output "-R RAID data. Shows RAID devices, states, levels, and components, and extra data with -x/-xx"
+ print_screen_output " md-raid: If device is resyncing, shows resync progress line as well."
+ print_screen_output "-s Sensors output (if sensors installed/configured): mobo/cpu/gpu temp; detected fan speeds."
+ print_screen_output " Gpu temp only for Fglrx/Nvidia drivers. Nvidia shows screen number for > 1 screens."
+ print_screen_output "-S System information: host name, kernel, desktop environment (if in X), distro"
+ print_screen_output "-t Processes. Requires extra options: c (cpu) m (memory) cm (cpu+memory). If followed by numbers 1-20,"
+ print_screen_output " shows that number of processes for each type (default: $PS_COUNT; if in irc, max: 5): -t cm10"
+ print_screen_output " Make sure to have no space between letters and numbers (-t cm10 - right, -t cm 10 - wrong)."
+ print_screen_output "-u ${partition_string_u} UUIDs. Default: short ${partition_string} -P. For full -p output, use: -pu (or -plu)."
+ print_screen_output "-v Script verbosity levels. Verbosity level number is required. Should not be used with -b or -F"
+ print_screen_output " Supported levels: 0-${VERBOSITY_LEVELS} Example: $SCRIPT_NAME -v 4"
+ print_screen_output " 0 - Short output, same as: $SCRIPT_NAME"
+ print_screen_output " 1 - Basic verbose, -S + basic CPU + -G + basic Disk + -I."
+ print_screen_output " 2 - Networking card (-N), Machine (-M) data, shows basic hard disk data (names only),"
+ print_screen_output " and, if present, basic raid (devices only, and if inactive, notes that). similar to: $SCRIPT_NAME -b"
+ print_screen_output " 3 - Advanced CPU (-C), network (-n) data, and switches on -x advanced data option."
+ print_screen_output " 4 - ${partition_string_u} size/filled data (-P) for (if present):/, /home, /var/, /boot"
+ print_screen_output " Shows full disk data (-D)."
+ print_screen_output " 5 - Audio card (-A); sensors (-s), ${partition_string} label (-l) and UUID (-u), short form of optical drives,"
+ print_screen_output " standard raid data (-R)."
+ print_screen_output " 6 - Full ${partition_string} (-p), unmounted ${partition_string} (-o), optical drive (-d), full raid; triggers -xx."
+ print_screen_output " 7 - Network IP data (-i); triggers -xxx."
+ # if distro maintainers don't want the weather feature disable it
+ if [[ $B_ALLOW_WEATHER == 'true' ]];then
+ print_screen_output "-w Local weather data/time. To check an alternate location, see: -W <location>."
+ print_screen_output " For extra weather data options see -x, -xx, and -xxx."
+ print_screen_output "-W <location> - <location> supported options: postal code; city,[state/country]; latitude,longitude"
+ print_screen_output " Only use if you want the weather somewhere other than the machine running $SCRIPT_NAME."
+ print_screen_output " Use only ascii characters, replace spaces in city/state/country names with +: new+york,ny"
+ fi
+ print_screen_output "-x Adds the following extra data (only works with verbose or line output, not short form): "
+ print_screen_output " -C - Bogomips on Cpu;"
+ print_screen_output " -d - Extra optical drive data; adds rev version to optical drive."
+ print_screen_output " -D - Hdd temp with disk data if you have hddtemp installed, if you are root OR if you have added to"
+ print_screen_output " /etc/sudoers (sudo v. 1.7 or newer): <username> ALL = NOPASSWD: /usr/sbin/hddtemp (sample)"
+ print_screen_output " -G - Direct rendering status for Graphics (in X)."
+ print_screen_output " -G - (for single gpu, nvidia driver) screen number gpu is running on."
+ print_screen_output " -i - IPv6 as well for LAN interface (IF) devices."
+ print_screen_output " -I - System GCC, default. With -xx, also show other installed GCC versions."
+ print_screen_output " - If running in console, not in IRC client, shows shell version number if detected."
+ print_screen_output " -N -A - Version/port(s)/driver version (if available) for Network/Audio;"
+ print_screen_output " -N -A -G - Network, audio, graphics, shows PCI Bus ID/Usb ID number of card;"
+ print_screen_output " -R - md-raid: Shows component raid id. Adds second RAID Info line: raid level; report on drives (like 5/5);"
+ print_screen_output " blocks; chunk size; bitmap (if present). Resync line, shows blocks synced/total blocks."
+ print_screen_output " - zfs-raid: Shows raid array full size; available size; portion allocated to RAID"
+ print_screen_output " -S - Desktop toolkit if avaliable (GNOME/XFCE/KDE only); Kernel gcc version"
+ print_screen_output " -t - Memory use output to cpu (-xt c), and cpu use to memory (-xt m)."
+ if [[ $B_ALLOW_WEATHER == 'true' ]];then
+ print_screen_output " -w/-W - Wind speed and time zone (-w only)."
+ fi
+ print_screen_output "-xx Show extra, extra data (only works with verbose or line output, not short form): "
+ print_screen_output " -A - Chip vendor:product ID for each audio device."
+ print_screen_output " -D - Disk serial number."
+ print_screen_output " -G - Chip vendor:product ID for each video card."
+ print_screen_output " -I - Other detected installed gcc versions (if present)."
+ print_screen_output " Adds parent program (or tty) for shell info if not in IRC (like Konsole or Gterm)."
+ print_screen_output " -M - Chassis information, bios rom size (dmidecode only), if data for either is available."
+ print_screen_output " -N - Chip vendor:product ID for each nic."
+ print_screen_output " -R - md-raid: Superblock (if present); algorythm, U data. Adds system info line"
+ print_screen_output " (kernel support,read ahead, raid events). If present, adds unused device line. "
+ print_screen_output " Resync line, shows progress bar."
+ print_screen_output " -S - Display manager (dm) in desktop output, if in X (like kdm, gdm3, lightdm)."
+ if [[ $B_ALLOW_WEATHER == 'true' ]];then
+ print_screen_output " -w/-W - Humidity, barometric pressure."
+ fi
+ print_screen_output " -xx -@ <11-14> - Automatically uploads debugger data tar.gz file to ftp.techpatterns.com."
+ print_screen_output "-xxx Show extra, extra, extra data (only works with verbose or line output, not short form): "
+ print_screen_output " -S - Panel/shell information in desktop output, if in X (like gnome-shell, cinnamon, mate-panel)."
+ if [[ $B_ALLOW_WEATHER == 'true' ]];then
+ print_screen_output " -w/-W - Location (uses -z/irc filter), weather observation time, wind chill, heat index,"
+ print_screen_output " dew point (shows extra lines for data where relevant)."
+ fi
+ print_screen_output "-z Security filters for IP/Mac addresses, location, user home directory name. Default on for irc clients."
+ print_screen_output "-Z Absolute override for output filters. Useful for debugging networking issues in irc for example."
+ print_screen_output " "
+ print_screen_output "Additional Options:"
+ print_screen_output "-h --help This help menu."
+ print_screen_output "-H This help menu, plus developer options. Do not use dev options in normal operation!"
+ print_screen_output "--recommends Checks $SCRIPT_NAME application dependencies + recommends, and directories, then shows"
+ print_screen_output " what package(s) you need to install to add support for that feature."
+ if [[ $B_ALLOW_UPDATE == 'true' ]];then
+ print_screen_output "-U Auto-update script. Will also install/update man page. Note: if you installed as root, you"
+ print_screen_output " must be root to update, otherwise user is fine. Man page installs require root user mode."
+ fi
+ print_screen_output "-V --version $SCRIPT_NAME version information. Prints information then exits."
+ print_screen_output " "
+ print_screen_output "Debugging Options:"
+ print_screen_output "-% Overrides defective or corrupted data."
+ print_screen_output "-@ Triggers debugger output. Requires debugging level 1-14 (8-10 - logging of data)."
+ print_screen_output " Less than 8 just triggers $SCRIPT_NAME debugger output on screen."
+ print_screen_output " 1-7 - On screen debugger output"
+ print_screen_output " 8 - Basic logging"
+ print_screen_output " 9 - Full file/sys info logging"
+ print_screen_output " 10 - Color logging."
+ print_screen_output " The following create a tar.gz file of system data, plus collecting the inxi output to file:"
+ print_screen_output " To automatically upload debugger data tar.gz file to ftp.techpatterns.com: inxi -xx@ <11-14>"
+ print_screen_output " For alternate ftp upload locations: Example: inxi -! ftp.yourserver.com/incoming -xx@ 14"
+ print_screen_output " 11 - With data file of xiin read of /sys."
+ print_screen_output " 12 - With xorg conf and log data, xrandr, xprop, xdpyinfo, glxinfo etc."
+ print_screen_output " 13 - With data from dev, disks, ${partition_string}s, etc., plus xiin data file."
+ print_screen_output " 14 - Everything, full data collection."
+ print_screen_output "Advanced Options:"
+ print_screen_output "-! 31 Turns off hostname in output. Useful if showing output from servers etc."
+ print_screen_output "-! 32 Turns on hostname in output. Overrides global B_SHOW_HOST='false'"
+
+ if [[ $1 == 'full' ]];then
+ print_screen_output " "
+ print_screen_output "Developer and Testing Options (Advanced):"
+ print_screen_output "-! 1 - Sets testing flag B_TESTING_1='true' to trigger testing condition 1."
+ print_screen_output "-! 2 - Sets testing flag B_TESTING_2='true' to trigger testing condition 2."
+ print_screen_output "-! 3 - Sets flags B_TESTING_1='true' and B_TESTING_2='true'."
+ if [[ $B_ALLOW_UPDATE == 'true' ]];then
+ print_screen_output "-! 10 - Triggers an update from the primary dev download server instead of svn."
+ print_screen_output "-! 11 - Triggers an update from svn branch one - if present, of course."
+ print_screen_output "-! 12 - Triggers an update from svn branch two - if present, of course."
+ print_screen_output "-! 13 - Triggers an update from svn branch three - if present, of course."
+ print_screen_output "-! 14 - Triggers an update from svn branch four - if present, of course."
+ print_screen_output "-! 15 - Triggers an update from svn branch BSD - if present, of course."
+ print_screen_output "-! 16 - Triggers an update from svn branch GNUBSD - if present, of course."
+ print_screen_output "-! <http://......> - Triggers an update from whatever server you list."
+ fi
+ print_screen_output "-! <ftp.......> - Changes debugging data ftp upload location to whatever you enter here."
+ print_screen_output " Only used together with -xx@ 11-14, and must be used in front of that."
+ print_screen_output " Example: inxi -! ftp.yourserver.com/incoming -xx@ 14"
+ print_screen_output " "
+ fi
+ print_screen_output " "
+}
+
+## print out version information for -V/--version
+print_version_info()
+{
+ # if not in PATH could be either . or directory name, no slash starting
+ local script_path=$SCRIPT_PATH script_symbolic_start=''
+ if [[ $script_path == '.' ]];then
+ script_path=$( pwd )
+ elif [[ -z $( grep '^/' <<< "$script_path" ) ]];then
+ script_path="$( pwd )/$script_path"
+ fi
+ # handle if it's a symbolic link, rare, but can happen with script directories in irc clients
+ # which would only matter if user starts inxi with -! 30 override in irc client
+ if [[ -L $script_path/$SCRIPT_NAME ]];then
+ script_symbolic_start=$script_path/$SCRIPT_NAME
+ script_path=$( readlink $script_path/$SCRIPT_NAME )
+ script_path=$( dirname $script_path )
+ fi
+ local last_modified=$( parse_version_data 'date' )
+ local year_modified=$( gawk '{print $NF}' <<< "$last_modified" )
+
+ print_screen_output "$SCRIPT_NAME $SCRIPT_VERSION_NUMBER-$SCRIPT_PATCH_NUMBER ($last_modified)"
+ if [[ $B_RUNNING_IN_SHELL == 'true' ]];then
+ print_screen_output " "
+ print_screen_output "Program Location: $script_path"
+ if [[ -n $script_symbolic_start ]];then
+ print_screen_output "Started via symbolic link: $script_symbolic_start"
+ fi
+ print_screen_output "Website: http://inxi.goooglecode.com - IRC: irc.oftc.net channel: #smxi"
+ print_screen_output "Forums: http://techpatterns.com/forums/forum-33.html"
+ print_screen_output " "
+ print_screen_output "$SCRIPT_NAME - the universal, portable, system information tool for console and irc."
+ print_screen_output "This program is a fork of Infobash 3.02:"
+ print_screen_output "Copyright (C) 2005-2007 Michiel de Boer a.k.a. locsmif"
+ print_screen_output "Subsequent changes and modifications (after Infobash 3.02):"
+ print_screen_output "Copyright (C) 2008-$year_modified Scott Rogers, Harald Hope, aka trash80 & h2"
+ print_screen_output " "
+ print_screen_output "This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify"
+ print_screen_output "it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by"
+ print_screen_output "the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or"
+ print_screen_output "(at your option) any later version. (http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html)"
+ fi
+}
+
+########################################################################
+#### MAIN FUNCTIONS
+########################################################################
+
+#### -------------------------------------------------------------------
+#### initial startup stuff
+#### -------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+# Determine where inxi was run from, set IRC_CLIENT and IRC_CLIENT_VERSION
+get_start_client()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local Irc_Client_Path='' irc_client_path_lower='' non_native_konvi='' i=''
+ local B_Non_Native_App='false' pppid='' App_Working_Name=''
+ local b_qt4_konvi='false' ps_parent=''
+
+ if [[ $B_RUNNING_IN_SHELL == 'true' ]];then
+ IRC_CLIENT='Shell'
+ unset IRC_CLIENT_VERSION
+ # elif [[ -n $PPID ]];then
+ elif [[ -n $PPID && -f /proc/$PPID/exe ]];then
+ if [[ $B_OVERRIDE_FILTER != 'true' ]];then
+ B_OUTPUT_FILTER='true'
+ fi
+ Irc_Client_Path=$( readlink /proc/$PPID/exe )
+ # Irc_Client_Path=$( ps -p $PPID | gawk '!/[[:space:]]*PID/ {print $5}' )
+ # echo $( ps -p $PPID )
+ irc_client_path_lower=$( tr '[:upper:]' '[:lower:]' <<< $Irc_Client_Path )
+ App_Working_Name=$( basename $irc_client_path_lower )
+ # handles the xchat/sh/bash/dash cases, and the konversation/perl cases, where clients
+ # report themselves as perl or unknown shell. IE: when konversation starts inxi
+ # from inside itself, as a script, the parent is konversation/xchat, not perl/bash etc
+ # note: perl can report as: perl5.10.0, so it needs wildcard handling
+ case $App_Working_Name in
+ # bsd will never use this section
+ bash|dash|sh|python*|perl*) # We want to know who wrapped it into the shell or perl.
+ pppid="$( ps -p $PPID -o ppid --no-headers | sed 's/[[:space:]]//g' )"
+ if [[ -n $pppid && -f /proc/$pppid/exe ]];then
+ Irc_Client_Path="$( readlink /proc/$pppid/exe )"
+ irc_client_path_lower="$( tr '[:upper:]' '[:lower:]' <<< $Irc_Client_Path )"
+ App_Working_Name=$( basename $irc_client_path_lower )
+ B_Non_Native_App='true'
+ fi
+ ;;
+ esac
+ # sets version number if it can find it
+ get_irc_client_version
+ else
+ ## lets look to see if qt4_konvi is the parent. There is no direct way to tell, so lets infer it.
+ ## because $PPID does not work with qt4_konvi, the above case does not work
+ if [[ $B_OVERRIDE_FILTER != 'true' ]];then
+ B_OUTPUT_FILTER='true'
+ fi
+ b_qt4_konvi=$( is_this_qt4_konvi )
+ if [[ $b_qt4_konvi == 'true' ]];then
+ KONVI=3
+ IRC_CLIENT='Konversation'
+ IRC_CLIENT_VERSION=" $( konversation -v | gawk '
+ /Konversation:/ {
+ for ( i=2; i<=NF; i++ ) {
+ if (i == NF) {
+ print $i
+ }
+ else {
+ printf $i" "
+ }
+ }
+ exit
+ }' )"
+ else
+ # this should handle certain cases where it's ssh or some other startup tool
+ # that falls through all the other tests
+ if [[ $BSD_TYPE != 'bsd' ]];then
+ App_Working_Name=$(ps -p $PPID --no-headers 2>/dev/null | gawk '{print $NF}' )
+ else
+ # without --no-headers we need the second line
+ App_Working_Name=$(ps -p $PPID 2>/dev/null | gawk '/^[0-9]+/ {print $5}' )
+ fi
+
+ if [[ -n $App_Working_Name ]];then
+ Irc_Client_Path=$App_Working_Name
+ B_Non_Native_App='false'
+ get_irc_client_version
+ if [[ -z $IRC_CLIENT ]];then
+ IRC_CLIENT=$App_Working_Name
+ fi
+ else
+ IRC_CLIENT="PPID=\"$PPID\" - empty?"
+ unset IRC_CLIENT_VERSION
+ fi
+ fi
+ fi
+
+ log_function_data "IRC_CLIENT: $IRC_CLIENT :: IRC_CLIENT_VERSION: $IRC_CLIENT_VERSION :: PPID: $PPID"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+# note: all variables set in caller so no need to pass
+get_irc_client_version()
+{
+ local file_data=''
+ # replacing loose detection with tight detection, bugs will be handled with app names
+ # as they appear.
+ case $App_Working_Name in
+ # check for shell first
+ bash|dash|sh)
+ unset IRC_CLIENT_VERSION
+ IRC_CLIENT="Shell wrapper"
+ ;;
+ # now start on irc clients, alphabetically
+ bitchx)
+ IRC_CLIENT_VERSION=" $( $Irc_Client_Path -v | gawk '
+ /Version/ {
+ a=tolower($2)
+ gsub(/[()]|bitchx-/,"",a)
+ print a
+ exit
+ }
+ $2 == "version" {
+ a=tolower($3)
+ sub(/bitchx-/,"",a)
+ print a
+ exit
+ }' )"
+ B_CONSOLE_IRC='true'
+ IRC_CLIENT="BitchX"
+ ;;
+ finch)
+ IRC_CLIENT_VERSION=" $( $Irc_Client_Path -v | gawk 'NR == 1 {
+ print $2
+ }' )"
+ B_CONSOLE_IRC='true'
+ IRC_CLIENT="Finch"
+ ;;
+ gaim)
+ IRC_CLIENT_VERSION=" $( $Irc_Client_Path -v | gawk 'NR == 1 {
+ print $2
+ }' )"
+ IRC_CLIENT="Gaim"
+ ;;
+ hexchat)
+ # the hexchat author decided to make --version/-v return a gtk dialogue box, lol...
+ # so we need to read the actual config file for hexchat. Note that older hexchats
+ # used xchat config file, so test first for default, then legacy. Because it's possible
+ # for this file to be use edited, doing some extra checks here.
+ if [[ -f ~/.config/hexchat/hexchat.conf ]];then
+ file_data="$( cat ~/.config/hexchat/hexchat.conf )"
+ elif [[ -f ~/.config/hexchat/xchat.conf ]];then
+ file_data="$( cat ~/.config/hexchat/xchat.conf )"
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $file_data ]];then
+ IRC_CLIENT_VERSION=$( gawk '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ FS="="
+ }
+ /^[[:space:]]*version/ {
+ # get rid of the space if present
+ gsub(/[[:space:]]*/, "", $2 )
+ print $2
+ exit # usually this is the first line, no point in continuing
+ }' <<< "$file_data" )
+
+ IRC_CLIENT_VERSION=" $IRC_CLIENT_VERSION"
+ else
+ IRC_CLIENT_VERSION=' N/A'
+ fi
+ IRC_CLIENT="HexChat"
+ ;;
+ ircii)
+ IRC_CLIENT_VERSION=" $( $Irc_Client_Path -v | gawk 'NR == 1 {
+ print $3
+ }' )"
+ B_CONSOLE_IRC='true'
+ IRC_CLIENT="ircII"
+ ;;
+ irssi-text|irssi)
+ IRC_CLIENT_VERSION=" $( $Irc_Client_Path -v | gawk 'NR == 1 {
+ print $2
+ }' )"
+ B_CONSOLE_IRC='true'
+ IRC_CLIENT="Irssi"
+ ;;
+ konversation) ## konvi < 1.2 (qt4)
+ # this is necessary to avoid the dcop errors from starting inxi as a /cmd started script
+ if [[ $B_Non_Native_App == 'true' ]];then ## true negative is confusing
+ KONVI=2
+ else # if native app
+ KONVI=1
+ fi
+ IRC_CLIENT_VERSION=" $( $Irc_Client_Path -v | gawk '
+ /Konversation:/ {
+ for ( i=2; i<=NF; i++ ) {
+ if (i == NF) {
+ print $i
+ }
+ else {
+ printf $i" "
+ }
+ }
+ exit
+ }' )"
+
+ T=($IRC_CLIENT_VERSION)
+ if [[ ${T[0]} == *+* ]];then
+ # < Sho_> locsmif: The version numbers of SVN versions look like this:
+ # "<version number of last release>+ #<build number", i.e. "1.0+ #3177" ...
+ # for releases we remove the + and build number, i.e. "1.0" or soon "1.0.1"
+ IRC_CLIENT_VERSION=" CVS $IRC_CLIENT_VERSION"
+ T2="${T[0]/+/}"
+ else
+ IRC_CLIENT_VERSION=" ${T[0]}"
+ T2="${T[0]}"
+ fi
+ # Remove any dots except the first, and make sure there are no trailing zeroes,
+ T2=$( echo "$T2" | gawk '{
+ sub(/\./, " ")
+ gsub(/\./, "")
+ sub(/ /, ".")
+ printf("%g\n", $0)
+ }' )
+ # Since Konversation 1.0, the DCOP interface has changed a bit: dcop "$DCPORT" Konversation ..etc
+ # becomes : dcop "$DCPORT" default ... or dcop "$DCPORT" irc ..etc. So we check for versions smaller
+ # than 1 and change the DCOP parameter/object accordingly.
+ if [[ ${T2} -lt 1 ]];then
+ DCOPOBJ="Konversation"
+ fi
+ IRC_CLIENT="Konversation"
+ ;;
+ kopete)
+ IRC_CLIENT_VERSION=" $( kopete -v | gawk '
+ /Kopete:/ {
+ print $2
+ exit
+ }' )"
+ IRC_CLIENT="Kopete"
+ ;;
+ kvirc)
+ IRC_CLIENT_VERSION=" $( $Irc_Client_Path -v 2>&1 | gawk '{
+ for ( i=2; i<=NF; i++) {
+ if ( i == NF ) {
+ print $i
+ }
+ else {
+ printf $i" "
+ }
+ }
+ exit
+ }' )"
+ IRC_CLIENT="KVIrc"
+ ;;
+ pidgin)
+ IRC_CLIENT_VERSION=" $( $Irc_Client_Path -v | gawk 'NR == 1 {
+ print $2
+ }' )"
+ IRC_CLIENT="Pidgin"
+ ;;
+ quassel*)
+ # sample: quassel -v
+ # Qt: 4.5.0
+ # KDE: 4.2.65 (KDE 4.2.65 (KDE 4.3 >= 20090226))
+ # Quassel IRC: v0.4.0 [+60] (git-22effe5)
+ # note: early < 0.4.1 quassels do not have -v
+ IRC_CLIENT_VERSION=" $( $Irc_Client_Path -v 2>/dev/null | gawk -F ': ' '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ clientVersion=""
+ }
+ /Quassel IRC/ {
+ clientVersion = $2
+ }
+ END {
+ # this handles pre 0.4.1 cases with no -v
+ if ( clientVersion == "" ) {
+ clientVersion = "(pre v0.4.1)"
+ }
+ print clientVersion
+ }' )"
+ # now handle primary, client, and core. quasselcore doesn't actually
+ # handle scripts with exec, but it's here just to be complete
+ case $App_Working_Name in
+ quassel)
+ IRC_CLIENT="Quassel [M]"
+ ;;
+ quasselclient)
+ IRC_CLIENT="Quassel"
+ ;;
+ quasselcore)
+ IRC_CLIENT="Quassel (core)"
+ ;;
+ esac
+ ;;
+ weechat-curses)
+ IRC_CLIENT_VERSION=" $( $Irc_Client_Path -v ) "
+ B_CONSOLE_IRC='true'
+ IRC_CLIENT="Weechat"
+ ;;
+ xchat-gnome)
+ IRC_CLIENT_VERSION=" $( $Irc_Client_Path -v | gawk 'NR == 1 {
+ print $2
+ }' )"
+ IRC_CLIENT="X-Chat-Gnome"
+ ;;
+ xchat)
+ IRC_CLIENT_VERSION=" $( $Irc_Client_Path -v | gawk 'NR == 1 {
+ print $2
+ }' )"
+ IRC_CLIENT="X-Chat"
+ ;;
+ # then do some perl type searches, do this last since it's a wildcard search
+ perl*|ksirc|dsirc)
+ unset IRC_CLIENT_VERSION
+ # KSirc is one of the possibilities now. KSirc is a wrapper around dsirc, a perl client
+ get_cmdline $PPID
+ for (( i=0; i <= $CMDL_MAX; i++ ))
+ do
+ case ${A_CMDL[i]} in
+ *dsirc*)
+ IRC_CLIENT="KSirc"
+ # Dynamic runpath detection is too complex with KSirc, because KSirc is started from
+ # kdeinit. /proc/<pid of the grandparent of this process>/exe is a link to /usr/bin/kdeinit
+ # with one parameter which contains parameters separated by spaces(??), first param being KSirc.
+ # Then, KSirc runs dsirc as the perl irc script and wraps around it. When /exec is executed,
+ # dsirc is the program that runs inxi, therefore that is the parent process that we see.
+ # You can imagine how hosed I am if I try to make inxi find out dynamically with which path
+ # KSirc was run by browsing up the process tree in /proc. That alone is straightjacket material.
+ # (KSirc sucks anyway ;)
+ IRC_CLIENT_VERSION=" $( ksirc -v | gawk '
+ /KSirc:/ {
+ print $2
+ exit
+ }' )"
+ break
+ ;;
+ esac
+ done
+ B_CONSOLE_IRC='true'
+ set_perl_python_konvi "$App_Working_Name"
+ ;;
+ python*)
+ # B_CONSOLE_IRC='true' # are there even any python type console irc clients? check.
+ set_perl_python_konvi "$App_Working_Name"
+ ;;
+ # then unset, set unknown data
+ *)
+ IRC_CLIENT="Unknown : ${Irc_Client_Path##*/}"
+ unset IRC_CLIENT_VERSION
+ ;;
+ esac
+ if [[ $SHOW_IRC -lt 2 ]];then
+ unset IRC_CLIENT_VERSION
+ fi
+}
+
+# args: $1 - App_Working_Name
+set_perl_python_konvi()
+{
+ if [[ -z $IRC_CLIENT_VERSION ]];then
+ # this is a hack to try to show konversation if inxi is running but started via /cmd
+ if [[ -n $( grep -i 'konversation' <<< "$Ps_aux_Data" | grep -v 'grep' ) && $B_RUNNING_IN_X == 'true' ]];then
+ IRC_CLIENT='Konversation'
+ IRC_CLIENT_VERSION=" $( konversation --version 2>/dev/null | gawk '/^Konversation/ {print $2}' )"
+ B_CONSOLE_IRC='false'
+ else
+ IRC_CLIENT="Unknown $1 client"
+ fi
+ fi
+}
+
+## try to infer the use of Konversation >= 1.2, which shows $PPID improperly
+## no known method of finding Kovni >= 1.2 as parent process, so we look to see if it is running,
+## and all other irc clients are not running.
+is_this_qt4_konvi()
+{
+ local konvi_qt4_client='' konvi_dbus_exist='' konvi_pid='' konvi_home_dir=''
+ local konvi='' konvi_qt4_ver='' b_is_qt4=''
+
+ # fringe cases can throw error, always if untested app, use 2>/dev/null after testing if present
+ if [[ $B_QDBUS == 'true' ]];then
+ konvi_dbus_exist=$( qdbus 2>/dev/null | grep "org.kde.konversation" )
+ fi
+ # sabayon uses /usr/share/apps/konversation as path
+ if [[ -n $konvi_dbus_exist ]] && [[ -e /usr/share/kde4/apps/konversation || -e /usr/share/apps/konversation ]]; then
+ konvi_pid=$( ps -A | gawk 'BEGIN{IGNORECASE=1} /konversation/ { print $1 }' )
+ konvi_home_dir=$( readlink /proc/$konvi_pid/exe )
+ konvi=$( echo $konvi_home_dir | sed "s/\// /g" )
+ konvi=($konvi)
+
+ if [[ ${konvi[2]} == 'konversation' ]];then
+ konvi_qt4_ver=$( konversation -v | grep -i 'konversation' )
+ # note: we need to change this back to a single dot number, like 1.3, not 1.3.2
+ konvi_qt4_client=$( echo "$konvi_qt4_ver" | gawk '{ print $2 }' | cut -d '.' -f 1,2 )
+
+ if [[ $konvi_qt4_client > 1.1 ]]; then
+ b_is_qt4='true'
+ fi
+ fi
+ else
+ konvi_qt4="qt3"
+ b_is_qt4='false'
+ fi
+ log_function_data "b_is_qt4: $b_is_qt4"
+ echo $b_is_qt4
+ ## for testing this module
+ #qdbus org.kde.konversation /irc say $1 $2 "getpid_dir: $konvi_qt4 qt4_konvi: $konvi_qt4_ver verNum: $konvi_qt4_ver_num pid: $konvi_pid ppid: $PPID konvi_home_dir: ${konvi[2]}"
+}
+
+# This needs some cleanup and comments, not quite understanding what is happening, although generally output is known
+# Parse the null separated commandline under /proc/<pid passed in $1>/cmdline
+# args: $1 - $PPID
+get_cmdline()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local i=0 ppid=$1
+
+ if [[ ! -e /proc/$ppid/cmdline ]];then
+ echo 0
+ return
+ fi
+ ##print_screen_output "Marker"
+ ##print_screen_output "\$ppid='$ppid' -=- $(< /proc/$ppid/cmdline)"
+ unset A_CMDL
+ ## note: need to figure this one out, and ideally clean it up and make it readable
+ while read -d $'\0' L && [[ $i -lt 32 ]]
+ do
+ A_CMDL[i++]="$L" ## note: make sure this is valid - What does L mean? ##
+ done < /proc/$ppid/cmdline
+ ##print_screen_output "\$i='$i'"
+ if [[ $i -eq 0 ]];then
+ A_CMDL[0]=$(< /proc/$ppid/cmdline)
+ if [[ -n ${A_CMDL[0]} ]];then
+ i=1
+ fi
+ fi
+ CMDL_MAX=$i
+ log_function_data "CMDL_MAX: $CMDL_MAX"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+#### -------------------------------------------------------------------
+#### get data types
+#### -------------------------------------------------------------------
+## create array of sound cards installed on system, and if found, use asound data as well
+get_audio_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local i='' alsa_data='' audio_driver='' device_count='' temp_array=''
+
+ IFS=$'\n'
+ # this first step handles the drivers for cases where the second step fails to find one
+ device_count=$( echo "$Lspci_v_Data" | grep -iEc '(multimedia audio controller|audio device)' )
+ if [[ $device_count -eq 1 ]] && [[ $B_ASOUND_DEVICE_FILE == 'true' ]];then
+ audio_driver=$( gawk -F ']: ' '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ }
+ # filtering out modems and usb devices like webcams, this might get a
+ # usb audio card as well, this will take some trial and error
+ $0 !~ /modem|usb|webcam/ {
+ driver=gensub( /^(.+)( - )(.+)$/, "\\1", 1, $2 )
+ gsub(/^ +| +$/,"",driver)
+ if ( driver != "" ){
+ print driver
+ }
+ }' $FILE_ASOUND_DEVICE )
+ log_function_data 'cat' "$FILE_ASOUND_DEVICE"
+ fi
+
+ # this is to safeguard against line breaks from results > 1, which if inserted into following
+ # array will create a false array entry. This is a hack, not a permanent solution.
+ audio_driver=$( echo $audio_driver )
+ # now we'll build the main audio data, card name, driver, and port. If no driver is found,
+ # and if the first method above is not null, and one card is found, it will use that instead.
+ A_AUDIO_DATA=( $( echo "$Lspci_v_Data" | gawk -F ': ' -v audioDriver="$audio_driver" '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ }
+ /multimedia audio controller|audio device/ {
+ audioCard=gensub(/^[0-9a-f:\.]+ [^:]+: (.+)$/,"\\1","g",$0)
+ # The doublequotes are necessary because of the pipes in the variable.
+ gsub(/'"$BAN_LIST_NORMAL"'/, "", audioCard)
+ gsub(/,/, " ", audioCard)
+ gsub(/^ +| +$/, "", audioCard)
+ gsub(/ [ \t]+/, " ", audioCard)
+ aPciBusId[audioCard] = gensub(/(^[0-9a-f:\.]+) [^:]+: .+$/,"\\1","g",$0)
+ cards[audioCard]++
+
+ # loop until you get to the end of the data block
+ while (getline && !/^$/) {
+ gsub( /,/, "", $0 )
+ if (/driver in use/) {
+ drivers[audioCard] = drivers[audioCard] gensub( /(.*): (.*)/ ,"\\2", "g" ,$0 ) ""
+ }
+ else if (/kernel modules:/) {
+ modules[audioCard] = modules[audioCard] gensub( /(.*): (.*)/ ,"\\2" ,"g" ,$0 ) ""
+ }
+ else if (/I\/O/) {
+ portsTemp = gensub(/\t*I\/O ports at (.*) \[.*\]/,"\\1","g",$0)
+ ports[audioCard] = ports[audioCard] portsTemp " "
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ END {
+ j=0
+ for (i in cards) {
+ useDrivers=""
+ useModules=""
+ usePorts=""
+ usePciBusId=""
+
+ if (cards[i]>1) {
+ a[j]=cards[i]"x "i
+ if (drivers[i] != "") {
+ useDrivers=drivers[i]
+ }
+ }
+ else {
+ a[j]=i
+ # little trick here to try to catch the driver if there is
+ # only one card and it was null, from the first test of asound/cards
+ if (drivers[i] != "") {
+ useDrivers=drivers[i]
+ }
+ else if ( audioDriver != "" ) {
+ useDrivers=audioDriver
+ }
+ }
+ if (ports[i] != "") {
+ usePorts = ports[i]
+ }
+ if (modules[i] != "" ) {
+ useModules = modules[i]
+ }
+ if ( aPciBusId[i] != "" ) {
+ usePciBusId = aPciBusId[i]
+ }
+ # create array primary item for master array
+ sub( / $/, "", usePorts ) # clean off trailing whitespace
+ print a[j] "," useDrivers "," usePorts "," useModules "," usePciBusId
+ j++
+ }
+ }') )
+
+ # in case of failure of first check do this instead
+ if [[ ${#A_AUDIO_DATA[@]} -eq 0 ]] && [[ $B_ASOUND_DEVICE_FILE == 'true' ]];then
+ A_AUDIO_DATA=( $( gawk -F ']: ' '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ }
+ $1 !~ /modem/ && $2 !~ /modem/ {
+ card=gensub( /^(.+)( - )(.+)$/, "\\3", 1, $2 )
+ driver=gensub( /^(.+)( - )(.+)$/, "\\1", 1, $2 )
+ if ( card != "" ){
+ print card","driver
+ }
+ }' $FILE_ASOUND_DEVICE ) )
+ fi
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ get_audio_usb_data
+ # handle cases where card detection fails, like in PS3, where lspci gives no output, or headless boxes..
+ if [[ ${#A_AUDIO_DATA[@]} -eq 0 ]];then
+ A_AUDIO_DATA[0]='Failed to Detect Sound Card!'
+ fi
+ temp_array=${A_AUDIO_DATA[@]}
+ log_function_data "A_AUDIO_DATA: $temp_array"
+
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+# alsa usb detection by damentz
+
+get_audio_usb_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local usb_proc_file='' array_count='' usb_data='' usb_id='' lsusb_path='' lsusb_data=''
+ local temp_array=''
+
+ IFS=$'\n'
+ lsusb_path=$( type -p lsusb )
+ if [[ -n $lsusb_path ]];then
+ lsusb_data=$( $lsusb_path 2>/dev/null )
+ fi
+ log_function_data 'raw' "usb_data:\n$lsusb_data"
+ if [[ -n $lsusb_data ]];then
+ # for every sound card symlink in /proc/asound - display information about it
+ for usb_proc_file in /proc/asound/*
+ do
+ # If the file is a symlink, and contains an important usb exclusive file: continue
+ if [[ -L $usb_proc_file && -e $usb_proc_file/usbid ]]; then
+ # find the contents of usbid in lsusb and print everything after the 7th word on the
+ # corresponding line. Finally, strip out commas as they will change the driver :)
+ usb_id=$( cat $usb_proc_file/usbid )
+ usb_data=$( grep "$usb_id" <<< "$lsusb_data" )
+ if [[ -n $usb_data && -n $usb_id ]];then
+ usb_data=$( gawk '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ string=""
+ separator=""
+ }
+ {
+ gsub( /,/, " ", $0 )
+ gsub(/'"$BAN_LIST_NORMAL"'/, "", $0)
+ gsub(/ [ \t]+/, " ", $0)
+ for ( i=7; i<= NF; i++ ) {
+ string = string separator $i
+ separator = " "
+ }
+ if ( $2 != "" ){
+ sub(/:/,"", $4)
+ print string ",USB Audio,,," $2 "-" $4 "," $6
+ }
+ }' <<< "$usb_data" )
+ fi
+ # this method is interesting, it shouldn't work but it does
+ #A_AUDIO_DATA=( "${A_AUDIO_DATA[@]}" "$usb_data,USB Audio,," )
+ # but until we learn why the above worked, I'm using this one, which is safer
+ if [[ -n $usb_data ]];then
+ array_count=${#A_AUDIO_DATA[@]}
+ A_AUDIO_DATA[$array_count]="$usb_data"
+ fi
+ fi
+ done
+ fi
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ temp_array=${A_AUDIO_DATA[@]}
+ log_function_data "A_AUDIO_DATA: $temp_array"
+
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+get_audio_alsa_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local alsa_data='' temp_array=''
+
+ # now we'll get the alsa data if the file exists
+ if [[ $B_ASOUND_VERSION_FILE == 'true' ]];then
+ IFS=","
+ A_ALSA_DATA=( $(
+ gawk '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ alsa=""
+ version=""
+ }
+ # some alsa strings have the build date in (...)
+ # remove trailing . and remove possible second line if compiled by user
+ $0 !~ /compile/ {
+ gsub( /Driver | [(].*[)]|\.$/,"",$0 )
+ gsub(/,/, " ", $0)
+ gsub(/^ +| +$/, "", $0)
+ gsub(/ [ \t]+/, " ", $0)
+ sub(/Advanced Linux Sound Architecture/, "ALSA", $0)
+ if ( $1 == "ALSA" ){
+ alsa=$1
+ }
+ version=$NF
+ print alsa "," version
+ }' $FILE_ASOUND_VERSION ) )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ log_function_data 'cat' "$FILE_ASOUND_VERSION"
+ fi
+ temp_array=${A_ALSA_DATA[@]}
+ log_function_data "A_ALSA_DATA: $temp_array"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+## create A_CPU_CORE_DATA, currently with two values: integer core count; core string text
+## return value cpu core count string, this helps resolve the multi redundant lines of old style output
+get_cpu_core_count()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local cpu_physical_count='' cpu_core_count='' cpu_type='' cpu_alpha_count=''
+ if [[ $B_CPUINFO_FILE == 'true' ]]; then
+ # load the A_CPU_TYPE_PCNT_CCNT core data array
+ get_cpu_ht_multicore_smp_data
+ ## Because of the upcoming release of cpus with core counts over 6, a count of cores is given after Deca (10)
+ # count the number of processors given
+ cpu_physical_count=${A_CPU_TYPE_PCNT_CCNT[1]}
+ cpu_core_count=${A_CPU_TYPE_PCNT_CCNT[2]}
+ cpu_type=${A_CPU_TYPE_PCNT_CCNT[0]}
+
+ # match the numberic value to an alpha value
+ cpu_alpha_count=$( get_cpu_core_count_alpha "$cpu_core_count" )
+
+ # create array, core count integer; core count string
+ # A_CPU_CORE_DATA=( "$cpu_core_count" "$cpu_alpha_count Core$cpu_type" )
+ A_CPU_CORE_DATA=( "$cpu_physical_count" "$cpu_alpha_count" "$cpu_type" "$cpu_core_count" )
+ elif [[ -n $BSD_TYPE ]];then
+ local gawk_fs=': '
+
+ if [[ $BSD_VERSION == 'openbsd' ]];then
+ gawk_fs='='
+ fi
+ cpu_core_count=$( gawk -F "$gawk_fs" '
+ # note: on openbsd can also be hw.ncpufound so exit after first
+ /^hw.ncpu/ {
+ print $NF
+ exit
+ }' <<< "$Sysctl_a_Data" )
+ if [[ -n $( grep -E '^[0-9]+$' <<< "$cpu_core_count" ) ]];then
+ cpu_alpha_count=$( get_cpu_core_count_alpha "$cpu_core_count" )
+ if [[ $cpu_core_count -gt 1 ]];then
+ cpu_type='SMP'
+ fi
+ fi
+ cpu_physical_count=1
+ A_CPU_CORE_DATA=( "$cpu_physical_count" "$cpu_alpha_count" "$cpu_type" "$cpu_core_count" )
+ fi
+ temp_array=${A_CPU_CORE_DATA[@]}
+ log_function_data "A_CPU_CORE_DATA: $temp_array"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+# args: $1 - integer core count
+get_cpu_core_count_alpha()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local cpu_alpha_count=''
+
+ case $1 in
+ 1) cpu_alpha_count='Single';;
+ 2) cpu_alpha_count='Dual';;
+ 3) cpu_alpha_count='Triple';;
+ 4) cpu_alpha_count='Quad';;
+ 5) cpu_alpha_count='Penta';;
+ 6) cpu_alpha_count='Hexa';;
+ 7) cpu_alpha_count='Hepta';;
+ 8) cpu_alpha_count='Octa';;
+ 9) cpu_alpha_count='Ennea';;
+ 10) cpu_alpha_count='Deca';;
+ *) cpu_alpha_count='Multi';;
+ esac
+
+ echo $cpu_alpha_count
+
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+## main cpu data collector
+get_cpu_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local i='' j='' cpu_array_nu='' a_cpu_working='' multi_cpu='' bits='' temp_array=''
+ local bsd_cpu_flags=''
+
+ if [[ $B_CPUINFO_FILE == 'true' ]];then
+ # stop script for a bit to let cpu slow down before parsing cpu /proc file
+ sleep $CPU_SLEEP
+ IFS=$'\n'
+ A_CPU_DATA=( $(
+ gawk -F': ' '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ # need to prime nr for arm cpus, which do not have processor number output in some cases
+ nr = 0
+ count = 0
+ bArm = "false"
+ }
+ # TAKE STRONGER NOTE: \t+ does NOT always work, MUST be [ \t]+
+ # TAKE NOTE: \t+ will work for $FILE_CPUINFO, but SOME ARBITRARY FILE used for TESTING might contain SPACES!
+ # Therefore PATCH to use [ \t]+ when TESTING!
+ /^processor[ \t]+:/ {
+ gsub(/,/, " ", $NF)
+ gsub(/^ +| +$/, "", $NF)
+ if ( $NF ~ "^[0-9]+$" ) {
+ nr = $NF
+ }
+ else {
+ if ( $NF ~ "^ARM" ) {
+ bArm = "true"
+ }
+ count += 1
+ nr = count - 1
+ cpu[nr, "model"] = $NF
+ }
+ }
+
+ /^model name|^cpu\t+:/ {
+ gsub(/'"$BAN_LIST_NORMAL"'/, "", $NF )
+ gsub(/'"$BAN_LIST_CPU"'/, "", $NF )
+ gsub(/,/, " ", $NF)
+ gsub(/^ +| +$/, "", $NF)
+ gsub(/ [ \t]+/, " ", $NF)
+ cpu[nr, "model"] = $NF
+ if ( $NF ~ "^ARM" ) {
+ bArm = "true"
+ }
+ }
+
+ /^cpu MHz|^clock\t+:/ {
+ if (!min) {
+ min = $NF
+ }
+ else {
+ if ($NF < min) {
+ min = $NF
+ }
+ }
+
+ if ($NF > max) {
+ max = $NF
+ }
+ gsub(/MHZ/,"",$NF) ## clears out for cell cpu
+ gsub(/.00[0]+$/,".00",$NF) ## clears out excessive zeros
+ cpu[nr, "speed"] = $NF
+ }
+
+ /^cache size/ {
+ cpu[nr, "cache"] = $NF
+ }
+
+ /^flags|^features/ {
+ cpu[nr, "flags"] = $NF
+ # not all ARM cpus show ARM in model name
+ if ( $1 ~ /^features/ ) {
+ bArm = "true"
+ }
+ }
+
+ /^bogomips/ {
+ cpu[nr, "bogomips"] = $NF
+ }
+
+ /vendor_id/ {
+ gsub(/genuine|authentic/,"",$NF)
+ cpu[nr, "vendor"] = tolower( $NF )
+ }
+
+ END {
+ #if (!nr) { print ",,,"; exit } # <- should this be necessary or should bash handle that
+ for ( i = 0; i <= nr; i++ ) {
+ # note: assuming bogomips for arm at 1 x clock
+ # http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BogoMips ARM could change so watch this
+ # maybe add: && bArm == "true" but I think most of the bogomips roughly equal cpu speed if not amd/intel
+ if ( cpu[i, "bogomips"] != "" && cpu[i, "speed"] == "" ) {
+ cpu[i, "speed"] = cpu[i, "bogomips"]
+ }
+ print cpu[i, "model"] "," cpu[i, "speed"] "," cpu[i, "cache"] "," cpu[i, "flags"] "," cpu[i, "bogomips"] "," cpu[nr, "vendor"] "," bArm
+ }
+ # this is / was used in inxi short output only, but when it is N/A, need to use the previous array
+ # value, from above, the actual speed that is, for short output, key 0.
+ if (!min) {
+ print "N/A"
+ exit
+ }
+ else {
+ if (min != max) {
+ printf("Min:%s%s Max:%s%s\n", min, "Mhz", max, "Mhz")
+ }
+ else {
+ printf("%s %s\n", max, "Mhz")
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ ' $FILE_CPUINFO ) )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ log_function_data 'cat' "$FILE_CPUINFO"
+ elif [[ -n $BSD_TYPE ]];then
+ get_cpu_data_bsd
+ fi
+
+ temp_array=${A_CPU_DATA[@]}
+ log_function_data "A_CPU_DATA: $temp_array"
+# echo ta: ${temp_array[@]}
+ eval $LOGFE
+# echo getMainCpu: ${[@]}
+}
+
+get_cpu_data_bsd()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+
+ local bsd_cpu_flags=$( get_cpu_flags_bsd )
+ local gawk_fs=': '
+
+ if [[ $BSD_VERSION == 'openbsd' ]];then
+ gawk_fs='='
+ fi
+
+ IFS=$'\n'
+ A_CPU_DATA=( $(
+ gawk -F "$gawk_fs" -v cpuFlags="$bsd_cpu_flags" '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ cpuModel=""
+ cpuClock=""
+ cpuCache=""
+ cpuBogomips=""
+ cpuVendor=""
+ }
+ /^hw.model/ {
+ gsub(/'"$BAN_LIST_NORMAL"'/, "", $NF )
+ gsub(/'"$BAN_LIST_CPU"'/, "", $NF )
+ sub(//,"",$NF)
+ sub(/[a-z]+-core/, "", $NF )
+ gsub(/^ +| +$|\"/, "", $NF)
+ gsub(/ [ \t]+/, " ", $NF)
+ cpuModel=$NF
+ if ( cpuClock != "" ) {
+ exit
+ }
+ }
+ /^hw.(clock|cpuspeed)/ {
+ cpuClock=$NF
+ if ( cpuModel != "" ) {
+ exit
+ }
+ }
+ END {
+ print cpuModel "," cpuClock "," cpuCache "," cpuFlags "," cpuBogomips "," cpuVendor
+ print "N/A"
+ }' <<< "$Sysctl_a_Data" ) )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+get_cpu_flags_bsd()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+
+ local cpu_flags=$( gawk -F '=' '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ cpuFlags=""
+ }
+ /^CPU:/ {
+ while ( getline && !/memory/ ) {
+ if ( $1 ~ /Features/ ) {
+ # clean up odd stuff like <b23>
+ gsub(/<[a-z0-9]+>/,"", $2)
+ # all the flags are contained within < ... > on freebsd at least
+ gsub(/.*<|>.*/,"", $2)
+ gsub(/,/," ", $2)
+ cpuFlags = cpuFlags " " $2
+ }
+ }
+ cpuFlags=tolower(cpuFlags)
+ print cpuFlags
+ exit
+ }' <<< "$Dmesg_Boot_Data" )
+
+ echo $cpu_flags
+ log_function_data "$cpu_flags"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+## this is for counting processors and finding HT types
+get_cpu_ht_multicore_smp_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ # in /proc/cpuinfo
+ local temp_array=''
+
+ # note: known bug with xeon intel, they show a_core_id/physical_id as 0 for ht 4 core
+ if [[ $B_CPUINFO_FILE == 'true' ]]; then
+ A_CPU_TYPE_PCNT_CCNT=( $(
+ gawk '
+ BEGIN {
+ FS=": "
+ IGNORECASE = 1
+ num_of_cores = 0
+ num_of_processors = 0
+ num_of_physical_cpus = 0
+ cpu_core_count = 0
+ siblings = 0
+ # these 3 arrays cannot be declared because that sets the first element
+ # but leaving this here so that we avoid doing that in the future
+ # a_core_id = ""
+ # a_processor_id = ""
+ # a_physical_id = ""
+ cpu_type = "-"
+ # note: we need separate iterators because some cpuinfo data has only
+ # processor, no core id or phys id
+ proc_iter = 0
+ core_iter = "" # set from actual NF data
+ phys_iter = "" # set from actual NF data
+ # needed to handle arm cpu, no processor number cases
+ arm_count = 0
+ nr = 0
+ bArm = "false"
+ bXeon = "false"
+ }
+ # hack to handle xeons which can have buggy /proc/cpuinfo files
+ /^model name/ && ( $0 ~ /Xeon/ ) {
+ bXeon = "true"
+ }
+ # only do this once since sibling count does not change.
+ /^siblings/ && ( bXeon == "true" ) && ( siblings == 0 ) {
+ gsub(/[^0-9]/,"",$NF)
+ if ( $NF != "" ) {
+ siblings = $NF
+ }
+ }
+ # array of logical processors, both HT and physical
+
+ /^processor/ {
+ gsub(/,/, " ", $NF)
+ gsub(/^ +| +$/, "", $NF)
+ if ( $NF ~ "^[0-9]+$" ) {
+ a_processor_id[proc_iter] = $NF
+ proc_iter++
+ }
+ else {
+ # note, for dual core, this can be off by one because the first
+ # line says: Processor : Arm.. but subsequent say: processor : 0 and so on as usual
+ if ( $NF ~ "^ARM" ) {
+ bArm = "true"
+ }
+ arm_count += 1
+ nr = arm_count - 1
+ # note: do not iterate because new ARM syntax puts cpu in processsor : 0 syntax
+ a_processor_id[proc_iter] = nr
+ }
+ }
+
+ # array of physical cpu ids, note, this will be unset for vm cpus in many cases
+ # because they have no physical cpu, so we cannot assume this will be here.
+ /^physical/ {
+ phys_iter = $NF
+ a_physical_id[phys_iter] = $NF
+ }
+ # array of core ids, again, here we may have HT, so we need to create an array of the
+ # actual core ids. As With physical, we cannot assume this will be here in a vm
+ /^core id/ {
+ core_iter = $NF
+ a_core_id[core_iter] = $NF
+ }
+ # this will be used to fix an intel glitch if needed, cause, intel
+ # sometimes reports core id as the same number for each core,
+ # so if cpu cores shows greater value than number of cores, use this.
+ /^cpu cores/ {
+ cpu_core_count = $NF
+ }
+ END {
+ ## Look thru the array and filter same numbers.
+ ## only unique numbers required
+ ## this is to get an accurate count
+ ## we are only concerned with array length
+ i = 0
+ ## count unique processors ##
+ # note, this fails for intel cpus at times
+ for ( i in a_processor_id ) {
+ num_of_processors++
+ }
+ i = 0
+ ## count unique physical cpus ##
+ for ( i in a_physical_id ) {
+ num_of_physical_cpus++
+ }
+
+ i = 0
+ ## count unique cores ##
+ for ( i in a_core_id ) {
+ num_of_cores++
+ }
+ # xeon may show wrong core / physical id count, if it does, fix it. A xeon
+ # may show a repeated core id : 0 which gives a fake num_of_cores=1
+ if ( bXeon == "true" && num_of_cores == 1 && siblings > 1 ) {
+ num_of_cores = siblings/2
+ }
+ # final check, override the num of cores value if it clearly is wrong
+ # and use the raw core count and synthesize the total instead of real count
+ if ( ( num_of_cores == 0 ) && ( cpu_core_count * num_of_physical_cpus > 1 ) ) {
+ num_of_cores = cpu_core_count * num_of_physical_cpus
+ }
+ # last check, seeing some intel cpus and vms with intel cpus that do not show any
+ # core id data at all, or siblings.
+ if ( num_of_cores == 0 && num_of_processors > 0 ) {
+ num_of_cores = num_of_processors
+ }
+ # ARM/vm cpu fix, if no physical or core found, use count of 1 instead
+ if ( num_of_physical_cpus == 0 ) {
+ num_of_physical_cpus = 1
+ }
+# print "NoCpu: " num_of_physical_cpus
+# print "NoCores: " num_of_cores
+# print "NoProc:" num_of_processors
+# print "CpuCoreCount:" cpu_core_count
+ ####################################################################
+ # algorithm
+ # if > 1 processor && processor id (physical id) == core id then Hyperthreaded (HT)
+ # if > 1 processor && processor id (physical id) != core id then Multi-Core Processors (MCP)
+ # if > 1 processor && processor ids (physical id) > 1 then Multiple Processors (SMP)
+ # if = 1 processor then single core/processor Uni-Processor (UP)
+ if ( num_of_processors > 1 || ( bXeon == "true" && siblings > 0 ) ) {
+ # non-multicore HT
+ if ( num_of_processors == (num_of_cores * 2) ) {
+ cpu_type = cpu_type "HT-"
+ }
+ else if ( bXeon == "true" && siblings > 1 ) {
+ cpu_type = cpu_type "HT-"
+ }
+ # non-HT multi-core or HT multi-core
+ if (( num_of_processors == num_of_cores) || ( num_of_physical_cpus < num_of_cores)) {
+ cpu_type = cpu_type "MCP-"
+ }
+ # >1 cpu sockets active
+ if ( num_of_physical_cpus > 1 ) {
+ cpu_type = cpu_type "SMP-"
+ }
+ }
+ else {
+ cpu_type = cpu_type "UP-"
+ }
+
+ print cpu_type " " num_of_physical_cpus " " num_of_cores
+ }
+ ' $FILE_CPUINFO ) )
+ fi
+ temp_array=${A_CPU_TYPE_PCNT_CCNT[@]}
+ log_function_data "A_CPU_TYPE_PCNT_CCNT: $temp_array"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+# Detect desktop environment in use, initial rough logic from: compiz-check
+# http://forlong.blogage.de/entries/pages/Compiz-Check
+get_desktop_environment()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+
+ # set the default, this function only runs in X, if null, don't print data out
+ local desktop_environment='' xprop_root=''
+ local version='' version_data='' toolkit=''
+
+ if [[ -n $( type -p xprop ) ]];then
+ xprop_root="$( xprop -root 2>/dev/null )"
+ fi
+
+ # note that cinnamon split from gnome, and and can now be id'ed via xprop,
+ # but it will still trigger the next gnome true case, so this needs to go before gnome test
+ # eventually this needs to be better organized so all the xprop tests are in the same
+ # section, but this is good enough for now.
+ if [[ -n $xprop_root && -n $( grep -is '^_MUFFIN' <<< "$xprop_root" ) ]];then
+ version=$( get_de_app_version 'cinnamon' '^cinnamon' '2' )
+ # not certain cinn will always have version, so keep output right if not
+ if [[ -n $version ]];then
+ version="$version "
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ toolkit=$( get_de_gtk_data )
+ if [[ -n $toolkit ]];then
+ version="${version}(Gtk ${toolkit})"
+ fi
+ fi
+ desktop_environment="Cinnamon"
+ elif [[ -n $xprop_root && -n $( grep -is '^_MARCO' <<< "$xprop_root" ) ]];then
+ version=$( get_de_app_version 'mate-about' '^MATE[[:space:]]DESKTOP' 'NF' )
+ # not certain cinn/mate will always have version, so keep output right if not
+ if [[ -n $version ]];then
+ version="$version "
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ toolkit=$( get_de_gtk_data )
+ if [[ -n $toolkit ]];then
+ version="${version}(Gtk ${toolkit})"
+ fi
+ fi
+ desktop_environment="MATE"
+ # note, GNOME_DESKTOP_SESSION_ID is deprecated so we'll see how that works out
+ # https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=542880
+ elif [[ -n $GNOME_DESKTOP_SESSION_ID ]]; then
+ if [[ -n $( type -p gnome-shell ) ]];then
+ version=$( get_de_app_version 'gnome-shell' 'gnome' '3' )
+ elif [[ -n $( type -p gnome-about ) ]];then
+ version=$( get_de_app_version 'gnome-about' 'gnome' '3' )
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ toolkit=$( get_de_gtk_data )
+ if [[ -n $toolkit ]];then
+ version="$version (Gtk $toolkit)"
+ fi
+ fi
+ desktop_environment="Gnome"
+ # assume 5 will id the same, why not, no need to update in future
+ elif [[ $KDE_SESSION_VERSION == '5' ]]; then
+ version_data=$( kded5 --version 2>/dev/null )
+ version=$( grep -si '^KDE Development Platform:' <<< "$version_data" | gawk '{print $4}' )
+ if [[ -z $version ]];then
+ version='5'
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ toolkit=$( grep -si '^Qt:' <<< "$version_data" | gawk '{print $2}' )
+ if [[ -n $toolkit ]];then
+ version="$version (Qt $toolkit)"
+ fi
+ fi
+ desktop_environment="KDE"
+ elif [[ $KDE_SESSION_VERSION == '4' ]]; then
+ version_data=$( kded4 --version 2>/dev/null )
+ version=$( grep -si '^KDE Development Platform:' <<< "$version_data" | gawk '{print $4}' )
+ if [[ -z $version ]];then
+ version='4'
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ toolkit=$( grep -si '^Qt:' <<< "$version_data" | gawk '{print $2}' )
+ if [[ -n $toolkit ]];then
+ version="$version (Qt $toolkit)"
+ fi
+ fi
+ desktop_environment="KDE"
+ # KDE_FULL_SESSION property is only available since KDE 3.5.5.
+ # src: http://humanreadable.nfshost.com/files/startkde
+ elif [[ $KDE_FULL_SESSION == 'true' ]]; then
+ version_data=$( kded --version 2>/dev/null )
+ version=$( grep -si '^KDE:' <<< "$version_data" | gawk '{print $2}' )
+ # version=$( get_de_app_version 'kded' '^KDE:' '2' )
+ if [[ -z $version ]];then
+ version='3.5'
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ toolkit=$( grep -si '^Qt:' <<< "$version_data" | gawk '{print $2}' )
+ if [[ -n $toolkit ]];then
+ version="$version (Qt $toolkit)"
+ fi
+ fi
+ desktop_environment="KDE"
+ # now that the primary ones have been handled, next is to find the ones with unique
+ # xprop detections possible
+ else
+ if [[ -n $xprop_root ]];then
+ # String: "This is xfdesktop version 4.2.12"
+ if [[ -n $( grep -Eis '\"xfce4\"' <<< "$xprop_root" ) ]];then
+ version=$( get_de_app_version 'xfdesktop' 'xfdesktop[[:space:]]version' '5' )
+ if [[ -z $version ]];then
+ version='4'
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ toolkit=$( get_de_app_version 'xfdesktop' 'Built[[:space:]]with[[:space:]]GTK' '4' )
+ if [[ -n $toolkit ]];then
+ version="$version (Gtk $toolkit)"
+ fi
+ fi
+ desktop_environment="Xfce"
+ # when 5 is released, the string may need updating
+ elif [[ -n $( grep -is '\"xfce5\"' <<< "$xprop_root" ) ]];then
+ version=$( get_de_app_version 'xfdesktop' 'xfdesktop[[:space:]]version' '5' )
+ if [[ -z $version ]];then
+ version='5'
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ toolkit=$( get_de_app_version 'xfdesktop' 'Built[[:space:]]with[[:space:]]GTK' '4' )
+ if [[ -n $toolkit ]];then
+ version="$version (Gtk $toolkit)"
+ fi
+ fi
+ desktop_environment="Xfce"
+ elif [[ -n $( grep -is 'BLACKBOX_PID' <<< "$xprop_root" ) ]];then
+ if [[ -n $( grep -is 'fluxbox' <<< "$Ps_aux_Data" | grep -v 'grep' ) ]];then
+ version=$( get_de_app_version 'fluxbox' '^fluxbox' '2' )
+ desktop_environment='Fluxbox'
+ else
+ desktop_environment='Blackbox'
+ fi
+ elif [[ -n $( grep -is 'OPENBOX_PID' <<< "$xprop_root" ) ]];then
+ version=$( get_de_app_version 'openbox' '^openbox' '2' )
+ if [[ -n $( grep -is 'lxde' <<< "$Ps_aux_Data" | grep -v 'grep' ) ]];then
+ if [[ -n $version ]];then
+ version="(Openbox $version)"
+ fi
+ desktop_environment='LXDE'
+ elif [[ -n $( grep -is 'razor-desktop' <<< "$Ps_aux_Data" | grep -v 'grep' ) ]];then
+ if [[ -n $version ]];then
+ version="(Openbox $version)"
+ fi
+ desktop_environment='Razor-QT'
+ else
+ desktop_environment='Openbox'
+ fi
+ elif [[ -n $( grep -is 'ICEWM' <<< "$xprop_root" ) ]];then
+ version=$( get_de_app_version 'icewm' '^icewm' '2' )
+ desktop_environment='IceWM'
+ elif [[ -n $( grep -is 'ENLIGHTENMENT' <<< "$xprop_root" ) ]];then
+ # no -v or --version but version is in xprop -root
+ # ENLIGHTENMENT_VERSION(STRING) = "Enlightenment 0.16.999.49898"
+ version=$( grep -is 'ENLIGHTENMENT_VERSION' <<< "$xprop_root" | cut -d '"' -f 2 | gawk '{print $2}' )
+ desktop_environment='Enlightenment'
+ elif [[ -n $( grep -is '^I3_' <<< "$xprop_root" ) ]];then
+ version=$( get_de_app_version 'i3' '^i3' '3' )
+ desktop_environment='i3'
+ elif [[ -n $( grep -is 'WINDOWMAKER' <<< "$xprop_root" ) ]];then
+ version=$( get_de_app_version 'wmaker' '^Window[[:space:]]*Maker' 'NF' )
+ if [[ -n $version ]];then
+ version="$version "
+ fi
+ desktop_environment="WindowMaker"
+ elif [[ -n $( grep -is '^_WM2' <<< "$xprop_root" ) ]];then
+ # note; there isn't actually a wm2 version available but error handling should cover it and return null
+ # maybe one day they will add it?
+ version=$( get_de_app_version 'wm2' '^wm2' 'NF' )
+ # not certain will always have version, so keep output right if not
+ if [[ -n $version ]];then
+ version="$version "
+ fi
+ desktop_environment="WM2"
+ elif [[ -n $( grep -is 'herbstluftwm' <<< "$xprop_root" ) ]];then
+ version=$( get_de_app_version 'herbstluftwm' '^herbstluftwm' 'NF' )
+ if [[ -n $version ]];then
+ version="$version "
+ fi
+ desktop_environment="herbstluftwm"
+ fi
+ fi
+ # a few manual hacks for things that don't id with xprop, these are just good guesses
+ # note that gawk is going to exit after first occurance of search string, so no need for extra
+ if [[ -z $desktop_environment ]];then
+ if [[ -n $( grep -is 'fvwm-crystal' <<< "$Ps_aux_Data" | grep -v 'grep' ) ]];then
+ version=$( get_de_app_version 'fvwm' '^fvwm' '2' )
+ desktop_environment='FVWM-Crystal'
+ elif [[ -n $( grep -is 'fvwm' <<< "$Ps_aux_Data" | grep -v 'grep' ) ]];then
+ version=$( get_de_app_version 'fvwm' '^fvwm' '2' )
+ desktop_environment='FVWM'
+ elif [[ -n $( grep -is 'pekwm' <<< "$Ps_aux_Data" | grep -v 'grep' ) ]];then
+ version=$( get_de_app_version 'pekwm' '^pekwm' '3' )
+ desktop_environment='pekwm'
+ elif [[ -n $( grep -is 'awesome' <<< "$Ps_aux_Data" | grep -v 'grep' ) ]];then
+ version=$( get_de_app_version 'awesome' '^awesome' '2' )
+ desktop_environment='Awesome'
+ elif [[ -n $( grep -is 'scrotwm' <<< "$Ps_aux_Data" | grep -v 'grep' ) ]];then
+ version=$( get_de_app_version 'scrotwm' '^welcome.*scrotwm' '4' )
+ desktop_environment='Scrotwm' # no --version for this one
+ elif [[ -n $( grep -is 'spectrwm' <<< "$Ps_aux_Data" | grep -v 'grep' ) ]];then
+ version=$( get_de_app_version 'spectrwm' '^spectrwm.*welcome.*spectrwm' '5' )
+ desktop_environment='Spectrwm' # no --version for this one
+ elif [[ -n $( grep -Eis '([[:space:]]|/)twm' <<< "$Ps_aux_Data" | grep -v 'grep' ) ]];then
+ desktop_environment='Twm' # no --version for this one
+ elif [[ -n $( grep -Eis '([[:space:]]|/)dwm' <<< "$Ps_aux_Data" | grep -v 'grep' ) ]];then
+ version=$( get_de_app_version 'dwm' '^dwm' '1' )
+ desktop_environment='dwm'
+ elif [[ -n $( grep -is 'wmii2' <<< "$Ps_aux_Data" | grep -v 'grep' ) ]];then
+ version=$( get_de_app_version 'wmii2' '^wmii2' '1' )
+ desktop_environment='wmii2'
+ # note: in debian at least, wmii is actuall wmii3
+ elif [[ -n $( grep -is 'wmii' <<< "$Ps_aux_Data" | grep -v 'grep' ) ]];then
+ version=$( get_de_app_version 'wmii' '^wmii' '1' )
+ desktop_environment='wmii'
+ elif [[ -n $( grep -Eis '([[:space:]]|/)jwm' <<< "$Ps_aux_Data" | grep -v 'grep' ) ]];then
+ version=$( get_de_app_version 'jwm' '^jwm' '2' )
+ desktop_environment='JWM'
+ fi
+ fi
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $version ]];then
+ version=" $version"
+ fi
+ echo "$desktop_environment${version}"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+# note: gawk doesn't support white spaces in search string, gave errors, so use [[:space:]] instead
+# args: $1 - desktop/app command for --version; $2 - search string; $3 - gawk print number
+get_de_app_version()
+{
+ local version_data='' version='' get_version='--version'
+
+ # mate-about -v = MATE Desktop Environment 1.4.0
+ case $1 in
+ dwm|jwm|mate-about|wmii|wmii2)
+ get_version='-v'
+ ;;
+ esac
+
+ case $1 in
+ # note, some wm/apps send version info to stderr instead of stdout
+ dwm|ksh|scrotwm|spectrwm)
+ version_data="$( $1 $get_version 2>&1 )"
+ ;;
+ csh)
+ version_data="$( tcsh $get_version 2>/dev/null )"
+ ;;
+ # quick debian/buntu hack until I find a universal way to get version for these
+ dash)
+ if [[ -n $( type -p dpkg ) ]];then
+ version_data="$( dpkg -l $1 2>/dev/null )"
+ fi
+ ;;
+ *)
+ version_data="$( $1 $get_version 2>/dev/null )"
+ ;;
+ esac
+
+ if [[ -n $version_data ]];then
+ version=$( gawk '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ }
+ /'$2'/ {
+ # sample: dwm-5.8.2, ©.. etc, why no space? who knows. Also get rid of v in number string
+ # xfce, and other, output has , in it, so dump all commas
+ gsub(/(,|dwm-|wmii2-|wmii-|v|V)/, "",$'$3')
+ print $'$3'
+ exit # quit after first match prints
+ }' <<< "$version_data" )
+ fi
+ echo $version
+}
+
+get_desktop_extra_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local de_data=$( ps -A | gawk '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ desktops=""
+ separator=""
+ }
+ /(gnome-shell|gnome-panel|kicker|lxpanel|mate-panel|plasma-desktop|xfce4-panel)$/ {
+ # only one entry per type, can be multiple
+ if ( desktops !~ $NF ) {
+ desktops = desktops separator $NF
+ separator = ","
+ }
+ }
+ END {
+ print desktops
+ }
+ ' )
+ echo $de_data
+
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+get_de_gtk_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+
+ local toolkit=''
+
+ # this is a hack, and has to be changed with every toolkit version change
+ toolkit=$( pkg-config --modversion gtk+-4.0 2>/dev/null )
+ # note: opensuse gets null output here, we need the command to get version and output sample
+ if [[ -z $toolkit ]];then
+ toolkit=$( pkg-config --modversion gtk+-3.0 2>/dev/null )
+ fi
+ if [[ -z $toolkit ]];then
+ toolkit=$( pkg-config --modversion gtk+-2.0 2>/dev/null )
+ fi
+ echo $toolkit
+
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+# see which dm has started if any
+get_display_manager()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ # ldm - LTSP display manager
+ local dm_id_list='entranced.pid entrance/entranced.pid gdm.pid gdm3.pid kdm.pid ldm.pid lightdm.pid lxdm.pid mdm.pid nodm.pid slim.lock tint2.pid wdm.pid xdm.pid'
+ local dm_id='' dm='' separator=''
+ # note we don't need to filter grep if we do it this way
+ local x_is_running=$( grep '/usr.*/X' <<< "$Ps_aux_Data" | grep -iv '/Xprt' )
+
+ for dm_id in $dm_id_list
+ do
+ if [[ -e /var/run/$dm_id || -e /run/$dm_id ]];then
+ # just on the off chance that two dms are running, good info to have in that case, if possible
+ dm=$dm$separator$( basename $dm_id | cut -d '.' -f 1 )
+ separator=','
+ fi
+ done
+ # might add this in, but the rate of new dm's makes it more likely it's an unknown dm, so
+ # we'll keep output to N/A
+ if [[ -n $x_is_running && -z $dm ]];then
+ if [[ -n $( grep 'startx$' <<< "$Ps_aux_Data" ) ]];then
+ dm='(startx)'
+ fi
+ fi
+ echo $dm
+
+ log_function_data "display manager: $dm"
+
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+# for more on distro id, please reference this python thread: http://bugs.python.org/issue1322
+## return distro name/id if found
+get_distro_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local i='' j='' distro='' distro_file='' a_distro_glob='' temp_array=''
+
+ # may need modification if archbsd / debian can be id'ed with /etc files
+ if [[ -n $BSD_TYPE ]];then
+ distro=$( uname -sr )
+ echo "$distro"
+ log_function_data "distro: $distro"
+ eval $LOGFE
+ return 0
+ fi
+
+ # get the wild carded array of release/version /etc files if present
+ shopt -s nullglob
+ cd /etc
+ # note: always exceptions, so wild card after release/version: /etc/lsb-release-crunchbang
+ # wait to handle since crunchbang file is one of the few in the world that uses this method
+ a_distro_glob=(*[-_]{release,version})
+ cd "$OLDPWD"
+ shopt -u nullglob
+
+ temp_array=${a_distro_glob[@]}
+ log_function_data "A_GLX_DATA: $temp_array"
+
+ if [[ ${#a_distro_glob[@]} -eq 1 ]];then
+ distro_file="${a_distro_glob}"
+ # use the file if it's in the known good lists
+ elif [[ ${#a_distro_glob[@]} -gt 1 ]];then
+ for i in $DISTROS_DERIVED $DISTROS_PRIMARY
+ do
+ # Only echo works with ${var[@]}, not print_screen_output() or script_debugger()
+ # This is a known bug, search for the word "strange" inside comments
+ # echo "i='$i' a_distro_glob[@]='${a_distro_glob[@]}'"
+ if [[ " ${a_distro_glob[@]} " == *" $i "* ]];then
+ # Now lets see if the distro file is in the known-good working-lsb-list
+ # if so, use lsb-release, if not, then just use the found file
+ # this is for only those distro's with self named release/version files
+ # because Mint does not use such, it must be done as below
+ ## this if statement requires the spaces and * as it is, else it won't work
+ ##
+ if [[ " $DISTROS_LSB_GOOD " == *" ${i} "* ]] && [[ $B_LSB_FILE == 'true' ]];then
+ distro_file='lsb-release'
+ elif [[ " $DISTROS_OS_RELEASE_GOOD " == *" ${i} "* ]] && [[ $B_OS_RELEASE_FILE == 'true' ]];then
+ distro_file='os-release'
+ else
+ distro_file="${i}"
+ fi
+ break
+ fi
+ done
+ fi
+ log_function_data "distro_file: $distro_file"
+ # first test for the legacy antiX distro id file
+ if [[ -e /etc/antiX ]];then
+ distro="$( grep -Eoi 'antix.*\.iso' <<< $( remove_erroneous_chars '/etc/antiX' ) | sed 's/\.iso//' )"
+ # this handles case where only one release/version file was found, and it's lsb-release. This would
+ # never apply for ubuntu or debian, which will filter down to the following conditions. In general
+ # if there's a specific distro release file available, that's to be preferred, but this is a good backup.
+ elif [[ -n $distro_file && $B_LSB_FILE == 'true' && " $DISTROS_LSB_GOOD" == *" $distro_file "* ]];then
+ distro=$( get_distro_lsb_os_release_data 'lsb-file' )
+ elif [[ $distro_file == 'lsb-release' ]];then
+ distro=$( get_distro_lsb_os_release_data 'lsb-file' )
+ elif [[ $distro_file == 'os-release' ]];then
+ distro=$( get_distro_lsb_os_release_data 'os-release-file' )
+ # then if the distro id file was found and it's not in the exluded primary distro file list, read it
+ elif [[ -n $distro_file && -s /etc/$distro_file && " $DISTROS_EXCLUDE_LIST " != *" $distro_file "* ]];then
+ # new opensuse uses os-release, but older ones may have a similar syntax, so just use the first line
+ if [[ $distro_file == 'SuSE-release' ]];then
+ # leaving off extra data since all new suse have it, in os-release, this file has line breaks, like os-release
+ # but in case we want it, it's: CODENAME = Mantis | VERSION = 12.2
+ # for now, just take first occurance, which should be the first line, which does not use a variable type format
+ distro=$( grep -i -m 1 'suse' /etc/$distro_file )
+ else
+ distro=$( remove_erroneous_chars "/etc/$distro_file" )
+ fi
+ # otherwise try the default debian/ubuntu /etc/issue file
+ elif [[ -f /etc/issue ]];then
+ # lsb gives more manageable and accurate output than issue, but mint should use issue for now
+ # some bashism, boolean must be in parenthesis to work correctly, ie [[ $(boolean) ]] not [[ $boolean ]]
+ if [[ $B_LSB_FILE == 'true' ]] && [[ -z $( grep -i 'mint' /etc/issue ) ]];then
+ distro=$( get_distro_lsb_os_release_data 'lsb-file' )
+ else
+ distro=$( gawk '
+ BEGIN {
+ RS=""
+ }
+ {
+ gsub(/\\[a-z]/, "")
+ gsub(/,/, " ")
+ gsub(/^ +| +$/, "")
+ gsub(/ [ \t]+/, " ")
+ print
+ }' /etc/issue )
+
+ # this handles an arch bug where /etc/arch-release is empty and /etc/issue is corrupted
+ # only older arch installs that have not been updated should have this fallback required, new ones use
+ # os-release
+ if [[ -n $( grep -i 'arch linux' <<< $distro ) ]];then
+ distro='Arch Linux'
+ fi
+ fi
+ fi
+
+ if [[ ${#distro} -gt 80 ]] && [[ $B_HANDLE_CORRUPT_DATA != 'true' ]];then
+ distro="${RED}/etc/${distro_file} corrupted, use -% to override${NORMAL}"
+ fi
+ ## note: would like to actually understand the method even if it's not used
+ # : ${distro:=Unknown distro o_O}
+ ## test for /etc/lsb-release as a backup in case of failure, in cases where > one version/release file
+ ## were found but the above resulted in null distro value
+ if [[ -z $distro ]] && [[ $B_LSB_FILE == 'true' ]];then
+ distro=$( get_distro_lsb_os_release_data 'lsb-file' )
+ fi
+ if [[ -z $distro ]] && [[ $B_OS_RELEASE_FILE == 'true' ]];then
+ distro=$( get_distro_lsb_os_release_data 'os-release-file' )
+ fi
+ # now some final null tries
+ if [[ -z $distro ]];then
+ # if the file was null but present, which can happen in some cases, then use the file name itself to
+ # set the distro value. Why say unknown if we have a pretty good idea, after all?
+ if [[ -n $distro_file ]] && [[ " $DISTROS_DERIVED $DISTROS_PRIMARY " == *" $distro_file "* ]];then
+ distro=$( sed $SED_RX -e 's/[-_]//' -e 's/(release|version)//' <<< $distro_file | sed $SED_RX 's/^([a-z])/\u\1/' )
+ fi
+ ## finally, if all else has failed, give up
+ if [[ -z $distro ]];then
+ distro='unknown'
+ fi
+ fi
+ # final step cleanup of unwanted information
+ # opensuse has the x86 etc type string in names, not needed as redundant since -S already shows that
+ distro=$( gawk '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ }
+ {
+ sub(/ *\(*(x86_64|i486|i586|i686|686|586|486)\)*/, "", $0)
+ print $0
+ }' <<< $distro )
+ echo "$distro"
+ log_function_data "distro: $distro"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+# args: $1 - lsb-file/lsb-app/os-release-file
+get_distro_lsb_os_release_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local distro=''
+
+ case $1 in
+ lsb-file)
+ if [[ $B_LSB_FILE == 'true' ]];then
+ distro=$( gawk -F '=' '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ }
+ # clean out unwanted characters
+ {
+ gsub(/\\|\"|[:\47]/,"", $0 )
+ gsub(/^[[:space:]]+|[[:space:]]+$/, "", $2 )
+ gsub(/^[[:space:]]+|[[:space:]]+$/, "", $1 )
+ }
+ # note: adding the spacing directly to variable to make sure distro output is null if not found
+ /^DISTRIB_ID/ {
+ # this is needed because grep for "arch" is too loose to be safe
+ if ( $2 == "arch" ) {
+ distroId = "Arch Linux"
+ }
+ else if ( $2 != "n/a" ) {
+ distroId = $2 " "
+ }
+ }
+ /^DISTRIB_RELEASE/ {
+ if ( $2 != "n/a" ) {
+ distroRelease = $2 " "
+ }
+ }
+ /^DISTRIB_CODENAME/ {
+ if ( $2 != "n/a" ) {
+ distroCodename = $2 " "
+ }
+ }
+ # sometimes some distros cannot do their lsb-release files correctly, so here is
+ # one last chance to get it right.
+ /^DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION/ {
+ if ( $2 != "n/a" ) {
+ distroDescription = $2
+ }
+ }
+ END {
+ fullString=""
+ if ( distroId == "" && distroRelease == "" && distroCodename == "" && distroDescription != "" ){
+ fullString = distroDescription
+ }
+ else {
+ fullString = distroId distroRelease distroCodename
+ }
+ print fullString
+ }
+ ' $FILE_LSB_RELEASE )
+ log_function_data 'cat' "$FILE_LSB_RELEASE"
+ fi
+ ;;
+ lsb-app)
+ # this is HORRIBLY slow, not using
+ if [[ -n $( type -p lsb_release ) ]];then
+ distro=$( echo "$( lsb_release -irc )" | gawk -F ':' '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ }
+ # clean out unwanted characters
+ {
+ gsub(/\\|\"|[:\47]/,"", $0 )
+ gsub(/^[[:space:]]+|[[:space:]]+$/, "", $2 )
+ gsub(/^[[:space:]]+|[[:space:]]+$/, "", $1 )
+ }
+ /^Distributor ID/ {
+ distroId = $2
+ }
+ /^Release/ {
+ distroRelease = $2
+ }
+ /^Codename/ {
+ distroCodename = $2
+ }
+ END {
+ print distroId " " distroRelease " (" distroCodename ")"
+ }' )
+ fi
+ ;;
+ os-release-file)
+ if [[ $B_OS_RELEASE_FILE == 'true' ]];then
+ distro=$( gawk -F '=' '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ prettyName=""
+ regularName=""
+ versionName=""
+ versionId=""
+ distroName=""
+ }
+ # clean out unwanted characters
+ {
+ gsub(/\\|\"|[:\47]/,"", $0 )
+ gsub(/^[[:space:]]+|[[:space:]]+$/, "", $2 )
+ gsub(/^[[:space:]]+|[[:space:]]+$/, "", $1 )
+ }
+ # note: adding the spacing directly to variable to make sure distro output is null if not found
+ /^PRETTY_NAME/ {
+ if ( $2 != "n/a" ) {
+ prettyName = $2
+ }
+ }
+ /^NAME/ {
+ if ( $2 != "n/a" ) {
+ regularName = $2
+ }
+ }
+ /^VERSION/ {
+ if ( $2 != "n/a" && $1 == "VERSION" ) {
+ versionName = $2
+ }
+ else if ( $2 != "n/a" && $1 == "VERSION_ID" ) {
+ versionId = $2
+ }
+ }
+ END {
+ if ( prettyName != "" ) {
+ distroName = prettyName
+ }
+ else if ( regularName != "" ) {
+ distroName = regularName
+ if ( versionName != "" ) {
+ distroName = distroName " " versionName
+ }
+ else if ( versionId != "" ) {
+ distroName = distroName " " versionId
+ }
+
+ }
+ print distroName
+ }
+ ' $FILE_OS_RELEASE )
+ log_function_data 'cat' "$FILE_OS_RELEASE"
+ fi
+ ;;
+ esac
+ echo $distro
+ log_function_data "distro: $distro"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+get_dmidecode_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+
+ local dmidecodePath=''
+
+ if [[ $B_DMIDECODE_SET != 'true' ]];then
+ dmidecodePath=$( type -p dmidecode 2>/dev/null )
+ if [[ -n $dmidecodePath ]];then
+ # note stripping out these lines: Handle 0x0016, DMI type 17, 27 bytes
+ # but NOT deleting them, in case the dmidecode data is missing empty lines which will be
+ # used to separate results. Then we remove the doubled empty lines to keep it clean and
+ # strip out all the stuff we don't want to see in the results.
+ DMIDECODE_DATA="$( $dmidecodePath 2>/dev/null \
+ | gawk -F ':' '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ cutExtraTab="false"
+ twoData=""
+ oneData=""
+ }
+ {
+ # no idea why, but freebsd gawk does not do this right
+ oneData=$1
+ twoData=$2
+ if ( twoData != "" ) {
+ twoHolder="true"
+ }
+ else {
+ twoHolder="false"
+ }
+ if ( $0 ~ /^\tDMI type/ ) {
+ sub(/^\tDMI type.*/, "", $0)
+ cutExtraTab="true"
+ }
+ gsub(/'"$BAN_LIST_NORMAL"'/, "", twoData)
+ gsub(/,/, " ", $0)
+ # clean out Handle line
+ sub(/^Handle.*/,"", $0)
+ sub(/^[[:space:]]*Inactive.*/,"",$0)
+ # yes, there is a typo in a user data set, unknow
+ # Base Board Version|Base Board Serial Number
+ # Chassis Manufacturer|Chassis Version|Chassis Serial Number
+ # System manufacturer|System Product Name|System Version
+ # To Be Filled By O.E.M.
+ # strip out starting white space so that the following stuff will clear properly
+ sub(/^[[:space:]]+/, "", twoData)
+ sub(/^Base Board .*|^Chassis .*|.*O\.E\.M\..*|.*OEM.*|^Not .*|^System .*|.*unknow.*|.*N\/A.*|none|^To be filled.*/, "", twoData)
+ gsub(/bios|acpi/, "", twoData)
+ sub(/http:\/\/www.abit.com.tw\//, "Abit", twoData)
+
+ # for double indented values replace with ~ so later can test for it, we are trusting that
+ # indentation will be tabbed in this case
+ # special case, dmidecode 2.2 has an extra tab and a DMI type line
+ if ( cutExtraTab == "true" ) {
+ sub(/^\t\t\t+/, "~", oneData)
+ }
+ else {
+ sub(/^\t\t+/, "~", oneData)
+ }
+
+ gsub(/^[[:space:]]+|[[:space:]]+$/, "", twoData)
+ gsub(/^[[:space:]]+|[[:space:]]+$/, "", oneData)
+ gsub(/ [ \t]+/, " ", twoData)
+ # reconstructing the line for processing so gawk can use -F : again
+ if ( oneData != "" && twoHolder == "true" ) {
+ print oneData ":" twoData
+ }
+ else {
+ print $0
+ }
+ }' \
+ | sed '/^$/{
+N
+/^\n$/D
+}' \
+ )"
+ fi
+ B_DMIDECODE_SET='true'
+ log_function_data "DMIDECODE_DATA: $DMIDECODE_DATA"
+ fi
+
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+# get_dmidecode_data;echo "$DMIDECODE_DATA";exit
+
+# BSD only
+get_dmesg_boot_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+
+ local dmsg_boot_data=''
+
+ if [[ $B_DMESG_BOOT_FILE == 'true' ]];then
+ # replace all indented items with ~ so we can id them easily while processing
+ dmsg_boot_data="$( cat $FILE_DMESG_BOOT | sed $SED_RX 's/"//g' )"
+ fi
+ echo "$dmsg_boot_data"
+ # log_function_data "$dmsg_boot_data"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+get_gcc_kernel_version()
+{
+ # note that we use gawk to get the last part because beta, alpha, git versions can be non-numeric
+ local gccVersion=''
+
+ if [[ -e /proc/version ]];then
+ gccVersion=$( grep -Eio 'gcc[[:space:]]*version[[:space:]]*([^ \t]*)' /proc/version 2>/dev/null | gawk '{print $3}' )
+ fi
+ echo $gccVersion
+}
+
+get_gcc_system_version()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local separator='' gcc_installed='' gcc_list='' gcc_others='' temp_array=''
+ local gcc_version=$(
+ gcc --version 2>/dev/null | sed $SED_RX 's/\([^\)]*\)//g' | gawk '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ }
+ /^gcc/ {
+ print $2
+ exit
+ }' )
+
+ # can't use xargs -L basename because not all systems support thats
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ gcc_others=$( ls /usr/bin/gcc-* 2>/dev/null )
+ if [[ -n $gcc_others ]];then
+ for item in $gcc_others
+ do
+ gcc_installed=$( basename $item | gawk -F '-' '
+ $2 ~ /^[0-9\.]+$/ {
+ print $2
+ }' )
+ if [[ -n $gcc_installed && -z $( grep "^$gcc_installed" <<< $gcc_version ) ]];then
+ gcc_list=$gcc_list$separator$gcc_installed
+ separator=','
+ fi
+ done
+ fi
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $gcc_version ]];then
+ A_GCC_VERSIONS=( "$gcc_version" $gcc_list )
+ fi
+ temp_array=${A_GCC_VERSIONS[@]}
+ log_function_data "A_GCC_VERSIONS: $temp_array"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+get_gpu_temp_data()
+{
+ local gpu_temp='' gpu_fan='' screens='' screen_nu='' gpu_temp_looper=''
+
+ # we'll try for nvidia/ati, then add if more are shown
+ if [[ -n $( type -p nvidia-settings ) ]];then
+ # first get the number of screens
+ screens=$( nvidia-settings -q screens | gawk '
+ /:[0-9]\.[0-9]/ {
+ screens=screens gensub(/(.*)(:[0-9]\.[0-9])(.*)/, "\\2", "1", $0) " "
+ }
+ END {
+ print screens
+ }
+ ' )
+ # now we'll get the gpu temp for each screen discovered. The print out function
+ # will handle removing screen data for single gpu systems
+ for screen_nu in $screens
+ do
+ gpu_temp_looper=$( nvidia-settings -c $screen_nu -q GPUCoreTemp | gawk -F ': ' '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ gpuTemp=""
+ gpuTempWorking=""
+ }
+ /Attribute (.*)[0-9]+\.$/ {
+ gsub(/\./, "", $2)
+ if ( $2 ~ /^[0-9]+$/ ) {
+ gpuTemp=gpuTemp $2 "C "
+ }
+ }
+ END {
+ print gpuTemp
+ }' )
+ screen_nu=$( cut -d ':' -f 2 <<< $screen_nu )
+ gpu_temp="$gpu_temp$screen_nu:$gpu_temp_looper "
+ done
+ elif [[ -n $( type -p aticonfig ) ]];then
+# gpu_temp=$( aticonfig --adapter=0 --od-gettemperature | gawk -F ': ' '
+ gpu_temp=$( aticonfig --adapter=all --od-gettemperature | gawk -F ': ' '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ gpuTemp=""
+ gpuTempWorking=""
+ }
+ /Sensor (.*)[0-9\.]+ / {
+ gpuTempWorking=gensub(/(.*) ([0-9\.]+) (.*)/, "\\2", "1", $2)
+ if ( gpuTempWorking ~ /^[0-9\.]+$/ ) {
+ gpuTemp=gpuTemp gpuTempWorking "C "
+ }
+ }
+ END {
+ print gpuTemp
+ }' )
+ # this handles some newer cases of free driver temp readouts, will require modifications as
+ # more user data appears.
+ elif [[ -n $Sensors_Data ]];then
+ gpu_temp=$(
+ gawk '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ gpuTemp=""
+ separator=""
+ }
+ /^('"$SENSORS_GPU_SEARCH"')-pci/ {
+ while ( getline && !/^$/ ) {
+ if ( /^temp/ ) {
+ sub(/^[[:alnum:]]*.*:/, "", $0 ) # clear out everything to the :
+ gsub(/[\+ \t°]/, "", $1) # ° is a special case, like a space for gawk
+ gpuTemp=gpuTemp separator $1
+ separator=","
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ END {
+ print gpuTemp
+ }' <<< "$Sensors_Data" )
+ fi
+
+ if [[ -n $gpu_temp ]];then
+ echo $gpu_temp
+ fi
+}
+
+## for possible future data, not currently used
+get_graphics_agp_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local agp_module=''
+
+ if [[ $B_MODULES_FILE == 'true' ]];then
+ ## not used currently
+ agp_module=$( gawk '
+ /agp/ && !/agpgart/ && $3 > 0 {
+ print(gensub(/(.*)_agp.*/,"\\1","g",$1))
+ }' $FILE_MODULES )
+ log_function_data 'cat' "$FILE_MODULES"
+ fi
+ log_function_data "agp_module: $agp_module"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+## create array of gfx cards installed on system
+get_graphics_card_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local i='' temp_array=''
+
+ IFS=$'\n'
+ A_GFX_CARD_DATA=( $( gawk -F': ' '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ busId=""
+ }
+ /vga compatible controller/ {
+ gsub(/'"$BAN_LIST_NORMAL"'/, "", $NF)
+ gsub(/,/, " ", $NF)
+ gsub(/^ +| +$/, "", $NF)
+ gsub(/ [ \t]+/, " ", $NF)
+ busId=gensub(/^([0-9a-f:\.]+) (.+)$/,"\\1","",$1)
+ print $NF "," busId
+ }' <<< "$Lspci_v_Data" ) )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+# for (( i=0; i < ${#A_GFX_CARD_DATA[@]}; i++ ))
+# do
+# A_GFX_CARD_DATA[i]=$( sanitize_characters BAN_LIST_NORMAL "${A_GFX_CARD_DATA[i]}" )
+# done
+
+ # GFXMEM is UNUSED at the moment, because it shows AGP aperture size, which is not necessarily equal to GFX memory..
+ # GFXMEM="size=[$(echo "$Lspci_v_Data" | gawk '/VGA/{while (!/^$/) {getline;if (/size=[0-9][0-9]*M/) {size2=gensub(/.*\[size=([0-9]+)M\].*/,"\\1","g",$0);if (size<size2){size=size2}}}}END{print size2}')M]"
+ temp_array=${A_GFX_CARD_DATA[@]}
+ log_function_data "A_GFX_CARD_DATA: $temp_array"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+get_graphics_driver()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+
+ # list is from sgfxi plus non-free drivers
+ local driver_list='apm|ark|ati|chips|cirrus|cyrix|fbdev|fglrx|glint|i128|i740|intel|i810|imstt|mach64|mga|neomagic|nsc|nvidia|nv|openchrome|nouveau|radeon|radeonhd|rendition|s3virge|s3|savage|siliconmotion|sisusb|sis|tdfx|tga|trident|tseng|unichrome|vboxvideo|vesa|vga|via|voodoo|vmware|v4l'
+ local driver='' driver_string='' xorg_log_data='' status='' temp_array=''
+
+ if [[ $B_XORG_LOG == 'true' ]];then
+ A_GRAPHIC_DRIVERS=( $(
+ gawk '
+ BEGIN {
+ driver=""
+ bLoaded="false"
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ }
+ # note that in file names, driver is always lower case
+ /[[:space:]]Loading.*('"$driver_list"')_drv.so$/ {
+ driver=gensub(/.*[[:space:]]Loading.*('"$driver_list"')_drv.so/, "\\1", 1, $0 )
+ # we get all the actually loaded drivers first, we will use this to compare the
+ # failed/unloaded, which have not always actually been truly loaded
+ aDrivers[driver]="loaded"
+ }
+ /Unloading[[:space:]].*('"$driver_list"')(|_drv.so)$/ {
+ driver=gensub(/(.*)Unloading[[:space:]].*('"$driver_list"')(|_drv.so)$/, "\\2", 1, $0 )
+ # we need to make sure that the driver has already been truly loaded, not just discussed
+ if ( driver in aDrivers ) {
+ aDrivers[driver]="unloaded"
+ }
+ }
+ /Failed.*('"$driver_list"')_drv.so|Failed.*\"('"$driver_list"')\"/ {
+ driver=gensub(/(.*)Failed.*('"$driver_list"')_drv.so/, "\\2", 1, $0 )
+ if ( driver == $0 ) {
+ driver=gensub(/(.*)Failed.*\"('"$driver_list"')\".*|fred/, "\\2", 1, $0 )
+ }
+ # we need to make sure that the driver has already been truly loaded, not just discussed
+ if ( driver != $0 && driver in aDrivers ) {
+ aDrivers[driver]="failed"
+ }
+ }
+ # verify that the driver actually started the desktop, even with false failed messages which can occur
+ # this is the driver that is actually driving the display
+ /.*\([0-9]+\):[[:space:]]Depth.*framebuffer/ {
+ driver=gensub(/.*('"$driver_list"')\([0-9]+\):[[:space:]]Depth.*framebuffer.*/, "\\1", 1, $0 )
+ # we need to make sure that the driver has already been truly loaded, not just discussed, also
+ # set driver to lower case because sometimes it will show as RADEON or NVIDIA in the actual x start
+ driver=tolower(driver)
+ if ( driver != $0 && driver in aDrivers ) {
+ aDrivers[driver]="loaded"
+ }
+ }
+ END {
+ for ( driver in aDrivers ) {
+ print driver "," aDrivers[driver]
+ }
+ }' < $FILE_XORG_LOG ) )
+ fi
+ temp_array=${A_GRAPHIC_DRIVERS[@]}
+ log_function_data "A_GRAPHIC_DRIVERS: $temp_array"
+
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+## create array of glx data
+get_graphics_glx_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local temp_array=''
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_X_DATA == 'true' && $B_ROOT != 'true' ]];then
+ IFS=$'\n'
+ A_GLX_DATA=( $( glxinfo | gawk -F ': ' '
+ # note: function declarations go before BEGIN? It appears so, confirm.
+ # the real question here though is why this function is even here, seems
+ # just to be a complicated way to pack/print a variable, but maybe the
+ # original idea was to handle > 1 cases of detections I guess
+ function join( arr, sep ) {
+ s=""
+ i=flag=0
+ for ( i in arr ) {
+ if ( flag++ ) {
+ s = s sep
+ }
+ s = s i
+ }
+ return s
+ }
+
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ }
+ /opengl renderer/ {
+ gsub(/'"$BAN_LIST_NORMAL"'/, "", $2)
+ gsub(/ [ \t]+/, " ", $2) # get rid of the created white spaces
+ gsub(/^ +| +$/, "", $2)
+ if ( $2 ~ /mesa/ ) {
+ # Allow all mesas
+# if ( $2 ~ / r[3-9][0-9][0-9] / ) {
+ a[$2]
+ # this counter failed in one case, a bug, and is not needed now
+# f++
+# }
+ next
+ }
+
+ $2 && a[$2]
+ }
+ # dropping all conditions from this test to just show full mesa information
+ # there is a user case where not f and mesa apply, atom mobo
+ # /opengl version/ && ( f || $2 !~ /mesa/ ) {
+ /opengl version/ {
+ # fglrx started appearing with this extra string, does not appear to communicate anything of value
+ sub(/Compatibility Profile Context/, "- CPC", $2 )
+ gsub(/ [ \t]+/, " ", $2) # get rid of the created white spaces
+ gsub(/^ +| +$/, "", $2)
+ $2 && b[$2]
+ }
+ /direct rendering/ {
+ $2 && c[$2]
+ }
+ END {
+ printf( "%s\n%s\n%s\n", join( a, ", " ), join( b, ", " ), join( c, ", " ) )
+ }' ) )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+
+ # GLXR=$(glxinfo | gawk -F ': ' 'BEGIN {IGNORECASE=1} /opengl renderer/ && $2 !~ /mesa/ {seen[$2]++} END {for (i in seen) {printf("%s ",i)}}')
+ # GLXV=$(glxinfo | gawk -F ': ' 'BEGIN {IGNORECASE=1} /opengl version/ && $2 !~ /mesa/ {seen[$2]++} END {for (i in seen) {printf("%s ",i)}}')
+ fi
+ temp_array=${A_GLX_DATA[@]}
+ log_function_data "A_GLX_DATA: $temp_array"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+## return screen resolution / tty resolution
+get_graphics_res_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local screen_resolution='' xdpy_data='' screens_count=0 tty_session=''
+
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_X_DATA == 'true' && $B_ROOT != 'true' ]];then
+ # Added the two ?'s , because the resolution is now reported without spaces around the 'x', as in
+ # 1400x1050 instead of 1400 x 1050. Change as of X.org version 1.3.0
+ xdpy_data="$( xdpyinfo )"
+ xdpy_count=$( grep -c 'dimensions' <<< "$xdpy_data" )
+ # we get a bit more info from xrandr than xdpyinfo, but xrandr fails to handle
+ # multiple screens from different video cards
+ if [[ $xdpy_count -eq 1 ]];then
+ screen_resolution=$( xrandr | gawk '
+ /\*/ {
+ res[++m] = gensub(/^.* ([0-9]+) ?x ?([0-9]+)[_ ].* ([0-9\.]+)\*.*$/,"\\1x\\2@\\3hz","g",$0)
+ }
+ END {
+ for (n in res) {
+ if (res[n] ~ /^[[:digit:]]+x[[:digit:]]+/) {
+ line = line ? line ", " res[n] : res[n]
+ }
+ }
+ if (line) {
+ print(line)
+ }
+ }' )
+ fi
+ if [[ -z $screen_resolution || $xdpy_count -gt 1 ]];then
+ screen_resolution=$( gawk '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ screens = ""
+ separator = ""
+ }
+ /dimensions/ {
+ screens = screens separator # first time, this is null, next, has comma last
+ screens = screens $2 # then tack on the new value for nice comma list
+ separator = ", "
+ }
+ END {
+ print screens
+ }' <<< "$xdpy_data" )
+ fi
+ else
+ if [[ $B_PROC_DIR == 'true' && -z $BSD_TYPE ]];then
+ screen_resolution=$( stty -F $( readlink /proc/$PPID/fd/0 ) size | gawk '{
+ print $2"x"$1
+ }' )
+ # note: this works fine for all systems but keeping the above for now since
+ # the above is probably more accurate for linux systems.
+ else
+ if [[ $B_CONSOLE_IRC != 'true' ]];then
+ screen_resolution=$( stty -a | gawk -F ';' '
+ /^speed/ {
+ gsub(/[[:space:]]*(rows|columns)[[:space:]]*/,"",$0)
+ gsub(/[[:space:]]*/,"",$2)
+ gsub(/[[:space:]]*/,"",$3)
+ print $3"x"$2
+ }' )
+ else
+ if [[ -n $BSD_TYPE ]];then
+ tty_session=$( get_tty_console_irc )
+ # getting information for tty that owns the irc client
+ screen_resolution="$( stty -f /dev/pts/$tty_session size | gawk '{print $2"x"$1}' )"
+ fi
+ fi
+ fi
+ fi
+ echo "$screen_resolution"
+ log_function_data "screen_resolution: $screen_resolution"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+## create array of x vendor/version data
+get_graphics_x_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local x_vendor='' x_version='' temp_array='' xdpy_info='' a_x_working=''
+
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_X_DATA == 'true' && $B_ROOT != 'true' ]];then
+ # X vendor and version detection.
+ # new method added since radeon and X.org and the disappearance of <X server name> version : ...etc
+ # Later on, the normal textual version string returned, e.g. like: X.Org version: 6.8.2
+ # A failover mechanism is in place. (if $x_version is empty, the release number is parsed instead)
+ # xdpy_info="$( xdpyinfo )"
+ IFS=","
+ a_x_working=( $( xdpyinfo | gawk -F': +' '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ vendorString=""
+ version=""
+ vendorRelease=""
+ }
+ /vendor string/ {
+ gsub(/the|inc|foundation|project|corporation/, "", $2)
+ gsub(/,/, " ", $2)
+ gsub(/^ +| +$/, "", $2)
+ gsub(/ [ \t]+/, " ", $2)
+ vendorString = $2
+ }
+ /version:/ {
+ version = $NF
+ }
+ /vendor release number/ {
+ gsub(/0+$/, "", $2)
+ gsub(/0+/, ".", $2)
+ vendorRelease = $2
+ }
+ END {
+ print vendorString "," version "," vendorRelease
+ }' ) )
+ x_vendor=${a_x_working[0]}
+ x_version=${a_x_working[1]}
+
+ # this gives better output than the failure last case, which would only show:
+ # for example: X.org: 1.9 instead of: X.org: 1.9.0
+ if [[ -z $x_version ]];then
+ x_version=$( get_graphics_x_version )
+ fi
+ if [[ -z $x_version ]];then
+ x_version=${a_x_working[2]}
+ fi
+
+ # some distros, like fedora, report themselves as the xorg vendor, so quick check
+ # here to make sure the vendor string includes Xorg in string
+ if [[ -z $( grep -E '(X|xorg|x\.org)' <<< $x_vendor ) ]];then
+ x_vendor="$x_vendor X.org"
+ fi
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ A_X_DATA[0]="$x_vendor"
+ A_X_DATA[1]="$x_version"
+ else
+ x_version=$( get_graphics_x_version )
+ if [[ -n $x_version ]];then
+ x_vendor='X.org'
+ A_X_DATA[0]="$x_vendor"
+ A_X_DATA[1]="$x_version"
+ fi
+ fi
+ temp_array=${A_X_DATA[@]}
+ log_function_data "A_X_DATA: $temp_array"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+# if other tests fail, try this one, this works for root, out of X also
+get_graphics_x_version()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local x_version='' x_data=''
+ # note that some users can have /usr/bin/Xorg but not /usr/bin/X
+ if [[ -n $( type -p X ) ]];then
+ # note: MUST be this syntax: X -version 2>&1
+ # otherwise X -version overrides everything and this comes out null.
+ # two knowns id strings: X.Org X Server 1.7.5 AND X Window System Version 1.7.5
+ #X -version 2>&1 | gawk '/^X Window System Version/ { print $5 }'
+ x_data="$( X -version 2>&1 )"
+ elif [[ -n $( type -p Xorg ) ]];then
+ x_data="$( Xorg -version 2>&1)"
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $x_data ]];then
+ x_version=$(
+ gawk '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ }
+ /^x.org x server/ {
+ print $4
+ exit
+ }
+ /^X Window System Version/ {
+ print $5
+ exit
+ }' <<< "$x_data" )
+ fi
+ echo $x_version
+ log_function_data " x_version: $x_version"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+# this gets just the raw data, total space/percent used and disk/name/per disk capacity
+get_hdd_data_basic()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local hdd_used='' temp_array='' df_string=''
+ local hdd_data='' df_test=''
+
+ if [[ -z $BSD_TYPE ]];then
+ df_string='df -P -T --exclude-type=aufs --exclude-type=devfs --exclude-type=devtmpfs
+ --exclude-type=fdescfs --exclude-type=iso9660 --exclude-type=linprocfs --exclude-type=procfs
+ --exclude-type=squashfs --exclude-type=sysfs --exclude-type=tmpfs --exclude-type=unionfs'
+ else
+ # default size is 512, so use -k for 1024
+ df_string='df -T -k'
+ # default size is 512, -H only for size in human readable format
+ # older bsds don't support -T, pain, so we'll use partial output there
+ df_test=$( df -H -T 2>/dev/null )
+ if [[ -n $df_test ]];then
+ df_string='df -k -T'
+ else
+ df_string='df -k'
+ fi
+ fi
+ hdd_data="$( eval $df_string )"
+ log_function_data 'raw' "hdd_data:\n$hdd_data"
+ hdd_used=$( echo "$hdd_data" | gawk -v bsdType=$BSD_TYPE '
+ BEGIN {
+ # this is used for specific cases where bind, or incorrect multiple mounts to same partitions,
+ # is present. The value is searched for an earlier appearance of that partition and if it is
+ # present, the data is not added into the partition used size.
+ partitionsSet=""
+ # this handles a case where the same dev item is mounted twice to different points
+ devSet=""
+ devWorking=""
+ mountWorking=""
+ }
+ # using $1, not $2, because older bsd df do not have -T, filesystem type
+ ( bsdType != "" ) && $1 ~ /^(aufs|devfs|devtmpfs|fdescfs|filesystem|iso9660|linprocfs|procfs|squashfs|sysfs|tmpfs|type|unionfs)$/ {
+ # note use next, not getline or it does not work right
+ next
+ }
+ # also handles odd dm-1 type, from lvm, and mdraid, and some other bsd partition syntax
+ # note that linux 3.2.45-grsec-9th types kernels have this type of partition name: /dev/xvdc (no number, letter)
+ /^\/dev\/(mapper\/|[hsv]d[a-z][0-9]+|dm[-]?[0-9]+|ada[0-9]+p[0-9]+.*|md[0-9]+|[aw]d[0-9]+s.*|xvd[a-z])/ {
+ # this handles the case where the first item is too long
+ # and makes df wrap output to next line, so here we advance
+ # it to the next line for that single case. Using df -P should
+ # make this unneeded but leave it in just in case
+ if ( NF < 6 && $0 !~ /.*%/ ) {
+ devSet = devSet "~" $1 "~"
+ getline
+ }
+ # if the first item caused a wrap, use one less than standard
+ # testing for the field with % in it, ie: 34%, then go down from there
+ # this also protects against cases where the mount point has a space in the
+ # file name, thus breaking going down from $NF directly.
+ # some bsds will also have only 6 items
+ if ( $5 ~ /.*%/ ) {
+ devWorking="~" $1 "~"
+ mountWorking="~" $6 "~"
+ if ( partitionsSet !~ mountWorking && devSet !~ devWorking ) {
+ used += $3
+ }
+ partitionsSet = partitionsSet mountWorking
+ # make sure to only include bsd real lines here, ie, short df output
+ if ( $1 ~ /^\/dev\// ) {
+ devSet = devSet devWorking
+ }
+ }
+ # otherwise use standard
+ else if ( $6 ~ /.*%/ ) {
+ devWorking="~" $1 "~"
+ mountWorking="~" $7 "~"
+ if ( partitionsSet !~ mountWorking && devSet !~ devWorking ) {
+ used += $4
+ }
+ partitionsSet = partitionsSet mountWorking
+ devSet = devSet devWorking
+ }
+ # and if this is not detected, give up, we need user data to debug
+ else {
+ next
+ }
+ }
+ END {
+ print used
+ }' )
+
+ if [[ -z $hdd_used ]];then
+ hdd_used='na'
+ fi
+ log_function_data "hdd_used: $hdd_used"
+ # create the initial array strings:
+ # disk-dev, capacity, name, usb or not
+ # final item is the total of the disk
+ IFS=$'\n'
+
+ if [[ $B_PARTITIONS_FILE == 'true' ]];then
+ A_HDD_DATA=( $(
+ gawk -v hddused="$hdd_used" '
+ /[hsv]d[a-z]$/ {
+ driveSize = $(NF - 1)*1024/1000**3
+ gsub(/,/, " ", driveSize)
+ gsub(/^ +| +$/, "", driveSize)
+ printf( $NF",%.1fGB,,\n", driveSize )
+ }
+ # See http://lanana.org/docs/device-list/devices-2.6+.txt for major numbers used below
+ # $1 ~ /^(3|22|33|8)$/ && $2 % 16 == 0 {
+ # size += $3
+ # }
+ # special case from this data: 8 0 156290904 sda
+ # note: vm has 252/253/254 known starter, grsec has 202
+ $1 ~ /^(3|8|22|33|202|252|253|254)$/ && $NF ~ /[hsv]d[a-z]$/ && ( $2 % 16 == 0 || $2 % 16 == 8 ) {
+ size += $3
+ }
+
+ END {
+ size = size*1024/1000**3 # calculate size in GB size
+ workingUsed = hddused*1024/1000**3 # calculate workingUsed in GB used
+ # this handles a special case with livecds where no hdd_used is detected
+ if ( size > 0 && hddused == "na" ) {
+ size = sprintf( "%.1f", size )
+ print size "GB,-"
+ }
+ else if ( size > 0 && workingUsed > 0 ) {
+ diskUsed = workingUsed*100/size # calculate used percentage
+ diskUsed = sprintf( "%.1f", diskUsed )
+ size = sprintf( "%.1f", size )
+ print size "GB," diskUsed "% used"
+ }
+ else {
+ print "NA,-" # print an empty array, this will be further handled in the print out function
+ }
+ }' $FILE_PARTITIONS ) )
+ log_function_data 'cat' "$FILE_PARTITIONS"
+ fi
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ temp_array=${A_HDD_DATA[@]}
+ log_function_data "A_HDD_DATA: $temp_array"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+## fills out the A_HDD_DATA array with disk names
+get_hard_drive_data_advanced()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local a_temp_working='' a_temp_scsi='' temp_holder='' temp_name='' i='' j=''
+ local sd_ls_by_id='' ls_disk_by_id='' usb_exists='' temp_array=''
+
+ ## check for all ide type drives, non libata, only do it if hdx is in array
+ ## this is now being updated for new /sys type paths, this may handle that ok too
+ if [[ -n $( grep -E 'hd[a-z]' <<< ${A_HDD_DATA[@]} ) ]];then
+ # remember, we're using the last array item to store the total size of disks
+ for (( i=0; i < ${#A_HDD_DATA[@]} - 1; i++ ))
+ do
+ IFS=","
+ a_temp_working=( ${A_HDD_DATA[i]} )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ if [[ -n $( grep -E '^hd[a-z]' <<< ${a_temp_working[0]} ) ]];then
+ if [[ -e /proc/ide/${a_temp_working[0]}/model ]];then
+ a_temp_working[2]="$( remove_erroneous_chars /proc/ide/${a_temp_working[0]}/model )"
+ else
+ a_temp_working[2]="Name n/a"
+ fi
+ # these loops are to easily extend the cpu array created in the gawk script above with more fields per cpu.
+ for (( j=0; j < ${#a_temp_working[@]}; j++ ))
+ do
+ if [[ $j -gt 0 ]];then
+ A_HDD_DATA[i]="${A_HDD_DATA[i]},${a_temp_working[$j]}"
+ else
+ A_HDD_DATA[i]="${a_temp_working[$j]}"
+ fi
+ done
+ fi
+ done
+ fi
+
+ ## then handle libata names
+ # first get the ata device names, put them into an array
+ IFS=$'\n'
+ if [[ $B_SCSI_FILE == 'true' ]]; then
+ a_temp_scsi=( $( gawk '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ }
+ /host/ {
+ getline a[$0]
+ getline b[$0]
+ }
+ END {
+ for (i in a) {
+ if (b[i] ~ / *type: *direct-access.*/) {
+ #c=gensub(/^ *vendor: (.+) +model: (.+) +rev: (.+)$/,"\\1 \\2 \\3","g",a[i])
+ #c=gensub( /^ *vendor: (.+) +model: (.+) +rev:.*$/,"\\1 \\2","g",a[i] )
+ # the vendor: string is useless, and is a bug, ATA is not a vendor for example
+ c=gensub( /^ *vendor: (.+) +model: (.+) +rev:.*$/, "\\2", "g", a[i] )
+ gsub(/,/, " ", c)
+ gsub(/^ +| +$/, "", c)
+ gsub(/ [ \t]+/, " ", c)
+ #print a[i]
+ # we actually want this data, so leaving this off for now
+# if (c ~ /\<flash\>|\<pendrive\>|memory stick|memory card/) {
+# continue
+# }
+ print c
+ }
+ }
+ }' $FILE_SCSI ) )
+ log_function_data 'cat' "$FILE_SCSI"
+ fi
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+
+ ## then we'll loop through that array looking for matches.
+ if [[ -n $( grep -E 'sd[a-z]' <<< ${A_HDD_DATA[@]} ) ]];then
+ # first pack the main ls variable so we don't have to keep using ls /dev...
+ # not all systems have /dev/disk/by-id
+ ls_disk_by_id="$( ls -l /dev/disk/by-id 2>/dev/null )"
+ for (( i=0; i < ${#A_HDD_DATA[@]} - 1; i++ ))
+ do
+ if [[ -n $( grep -E '^sd[a-z]' <<< ${A_HDD_DATA[$i]} ) ]];then
+ IFS=","
+ a_temp_working=( ${A_HDD_DATA[$i]} )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ # /sys/block/[sda,hda]/device/model
+ # this is handles the new /sys data types first
+ if [[ -e /sys/block/${a_temp_working[0]}/device/model ]];then
+ temp_name="$( remove_erroneous_chars /sys/block/${a_temp_working[0]}/device/model )"
+ temp_name=$( tr ' ' '_' <<< $temp_name | cut -d '-' -f 1 )
+ elif [[ ${#a_temp_scsi[@]} -gt 0 ]];then
+ for (( j=0; j < ${#a_temp_scsi[@]}; j++ ))
+ do
+ ## ok, ok, it's incomprehensible, search /dev/disk/by-id for a line that contains the
+ # discovered disk name AND ends with the correct identifier, sdx
+ # get rid of whitespace for some drive names and ids, and extra data after - in name
+ temp_name=$( tr ' ' '_' <<< ${a_temp_scsi[$j]} | cut -d '-' -f 1 )
+ sd_ls_by_id=$( grep -Em1 ".*$temp_name.*${a_temp_working[0]}$" <<< "$ls_disk_by_id" )
+
+ if [[ -n $sd_ls_by_id ]];then
+ temp_name=${a_temp_scsi[$j]}
+ break
+ else
+ # test to see if we can get a better name output when null
+ if [[ -n $temp_name ]];then
+ temp_name=$temp_name
+ fi
+ fi
+ done
+ fi
+
+ if [[ -z $temp_name ]];then
+ temp_name="Name n/a"
+ else
+ usb_exists=$( grep -Em1 "usb-.*$temp_name.*${a_temp_working[0]}$" <<< "$ls_disk_by_id" )
+ if [[ -n $usb_exists ]];then
+ a_temp_working[3]='USB'
+ fi
+ fi
+ a_temp_working[2]=$temp_name
+ # these loops are to easily extend the cpu array created in the gawk script above with more fields per cpu.
+ for (( j=0; j < ${#a_temp_working[@]}; j++ ))
+ do
+ if [[ $j -gt 0 ]];then
+ A_HDD_DATA[i]="${A_HDD_DATA[i]},${a_temp_working[$j]}"
+ else
+ A_HDD_DATA[i]="${a_temp_working[$j]}"
+ fi
+ done
+ fi
+ done
+ unset ls_disk_by_id # and then let's dump the data we don't need
+ fi
+ temp_array=${A_HDD_DATA[@]}
+ log_function_data "A_HDD_DATA: $temp_array"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+# args: $1 - which drive to get serial number of
+get_hdd_serial_number()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+
+ local hdd_serial=''
+
+ get_partition_dev_data 'id'
+
+ # lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 9 Apr 26 09:32 scsi-SATA_ST3160827AS_5MT2HMH6 -> ../../sdc
+ # exit on the first instance
+ hdd_serial=$( gawk '
+ /'$1'$/ {
+ serial=gensub( /^(.+)_([^_]+)$/, "\\2", 1, $9 )
+ print serial
+ exit
+ }' <<< "$DEV_DISK_ID" )
+
+ echo $hdd_serial
+ log_function_data "hdd serial: $hdd_serial"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+# a few notes, normally hddtemp requires root, but you can set user rights in /etc/sudoers.
+# args: $1 - /dev/<disk> to be tested for
+get_hdd_temp_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local hdd_temp='' sudo_command=''
+
+ if [[ $B_HDDTEMP_TESTED != 'true' ]];then
+ B_HDDTEMP_TESTED='true'
+ HDDTEMP_PATH=$( type -p hddtemp )
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_SUDO_TESTED != 'true' ]];then
+ B_SUDO_TESTED='true'
+ SUDO_PATH=$( type -p sudo )
+ fi
+
+ if [[ -n $HDDTEMP_PATH && -n $1 ]];then
+ # only use sudo if not root, -n option requires sudo -V 1.7 or greater. sudo will just error out
+ # which is the safest course here for now, otherwise that interactive sudo password thing is too annoying
+ # important: -n makes it non interactive, no prompt for password
+ if [[ $B_ROOT != 'true' && -n $SUDO_PATH ]];then
+ sudo_command='sudo -n '
+ fi
+ # this will fail if regular user and no sudo present, but that's fine, it will just return null
+ hdd_temp=$( eval $sudo_command $HDDTEMP_PATH -nq -u C $1 )
+ if [[ -n $hdd_temp && -n $( grep -E '^([0-9\.]+)$' <<< $hdd_temp ) ]];then
+ echo $hdd_temp
+ fi
+ fi
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+get_kernel_version()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+
+ local kernel_version='' ksplice_kernel_version=''
+
+ kernel_version=$( uname -rm )
+
+ if [[ -n $( type -p uptrack-uname ) && -n $kernel_version ]];then
+ ksplice_kernel_version=$( uptrack-uname -rm )
+ if [[ $kernel_version != $ksplice_kernel_version ]];then
+ kernel_version="$ksplice_kernel_version (ksplice)"
+ fi
+ fi
+ log_function_data "kernel_version: $kernel_version - ksplice_kernel_version: $ksplice_kernel_version"
+
+ echo $kernel_version
+
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+# args: $1 - v/n
+get_lspci_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local lspci_data=''
+
+ if [[ $B_LSPCI == 'true' ]];then
+ lspci_data="$( lspci -$1 | gawk '{
+ gsub(/\(prog-if[^)]*\)/,"")
+ sub(/^0000:/, "", $0) # seen case where the 0000: is prepended, rare, but happens
+ print
+ }' )"
+ fi
+
+ echo "$lspci_data"
+ log_function_data 'raw' "lspci_data $1:\n$lspci_data"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+# args: $1 - busid
+get_lspci_vendor_product()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+
+ local vendor_product=''
+
+ vendor_product=$( gawk '
+ /^'$1'/ {
+ if ( $3 != "" ) {
+ print $3
+ }
+ }' <<< "$Lspci_n_Data" )
+
+ echo $vendor_product
+
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+get_machine_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local temp_array='' separator='' id_file='' file_data='' array_string=''
+ local id_dir='/sys/class/dmi/id/' dmi_data=''
+ local machine_files="
+ sys_vendor product_name product_version product_serial product_uuid
+ board_vendor board_name board_version board_serial
+ bios_vendor bios_version bios_date
+ "
+
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ machine_files="$machine_files
+ chassis_vendor chassis_type chassis_version chassis_serial
+ "
+ fi
+ if [[ -d $id_dir ]];then
+ for id_file in $machine_files
+ do
+ file_data=''
+ if [[ -r $id_dir$id_file ]];then
+ file_data=$( gawk '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ }
+ {
+ gsub(/'"$BAN_LIST_NORMAL"'/, "", $0)
+ gsub(/,/, " ", $0)
+ # yes, there is a typo in a user data set, unknow
+ # Base Board Version|Base Board Serial Number
+ # Chassis Manufacturer|Chassis Version|Chassis Serial Number
+ # System manufacturer|System Product Name|System Version
+ # To Be Filled By O.E.M.
+ sub(/^Base Board .*|^Chassis .*|.*O\.E\.M\..*|.*OEM.*|^Not .*|^System .*|.*unknow.*|.*N\/A.*|none|^To be filled.*/, "", $0)
+ gsub(/bios|acpi/, "", $0)
+ sub(/http:\/\/www.abit.com.tw\//, "Abit", $0)
+ gsub(/^ +| +$/, "", $0)
+ gsub(/ [ \t]+/, " ", $0)
+ print $0
+ }' < $id_dir$id_file )
+ fi
+ array_string="$array_string$separator$file_data"
+ separator=','
+ done
+ else
+ get_dmidecode_data
+ if [[ -n $DMIDECODE_DATA ]];then
+ if [[ $B_ROOT == 'true' ]];then
+ # this handles very old systems, like Lenny 2.6.26, with dmidecode, but no data
+ if [[ -n $( grep -i 'no smbios ' <<< "$DMIDECODE_DATA" ) ]];then
+ array_string='dmidecode-no-smbios-dmi-data'
+ # please note: only dmidecode version 2.11 or newer supports consistently the -s flag
+ else
+ array_string=$( gawk -F ':' '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ baseboardManufacturer=""
+ baseboardProductName=""
+ baseboardSerialNumber=""
+ baseboardVersion=""
+ biosReleaseDate=""
+ biosRevision="" # only available from dmidecode
+ biosRomSize="" # only available from dmidecode
+ biosVendor=""
+ biosVersion=""
+ chassisManufacturer=""
+ chassisSerialNumber=""
+ chassisType=""
+ chassisVersion=""
+ systemManufacturer=""
+ systemProductName=""
+ systemVersion=""
+ systemSerialNumber=""
+ systemUuid=""
+ bItemFound="" # we will only output if at least one item was found
+ fullString=""
+ testString=""
+ bSys=""
+ bCha=""
+ bBio=""
+ bBas=""
+ }
+ /^Bios Information/ {
+ while ( getline && !/^$/ ) {
+ if ( $1 ~ /^Release Date/ ) { biosReleaseDate=$2 }
+ if ( $1 ~ /^BIOS Revision/ ) { biosRevision=$2 }
+ if ( $1 ~ /^ROM Size/ ) { biosRomSize=$2 }
+ if ( $1 ~ /^Vendor/ ) { biosVendor=$2 }
+ if ( $1 ~ /^Version/ ) { biosVersion=$2 }
+ }
+ testString=biosReleaseDate biosRevision biosRomSize biosVendor biosVersion
+ if ( testString != "" ) {
+ bItemFound="true"
+ }
+ bBio="true"
+ }
+ /^Base Board Information/ {
+ while ( getline && !/^$/ ) {
+ if ( $1 ~ /^Manufacturer/ ) { baseboardManufacturer=$2 }
+ if ( $1 ~ /^Product Name/ ) { baseboardProductName=$2 }
+ if ( $1 ~ /^Serial Number/ ) { baseboardSerialNumber=$2 }
+ }
+ testString=baseboardManufacturer baseboardProductName baseboardSerialNumber
+ if ( testString != "" ) {
+ bItemFound="true"
+ }
+ bBas="true"
+ }
+ /^Chassis Information/ {
+ while ( getline && !/^$/ ) {
+ if ( $1 ~ /^Manufacturer/ ) { chassisManufacturer=$2 }
+ if ( $1 ~ /^Serial Number/ ) { chassisSerialNumber=$2 }
+ if ( $1 ~ /^Type/ ) { chassisType=$2 }
+ if ( $1 ~ /^Version/ ) { chassisVersion=$2 }
+ }
+ testString=chassisManufacturer chassisSerialNumber chassisType chassisVersion
+ if ( testString != "" ) {
+ bItemFound="true"
+ }
+ bCha="true"
+ }
+ /^System Information/ {
+ while ( getline && !/^$/ ) {
+ if ( $1 ~ /^Manufacturer/ ) { systemManufacturer=$2 }
+ if ( $1 ~ /^Product Name/ ) { systemProductName=$2 }
+ if ( $1 ~ /^Version/ ) { systemVersion=$2 }
+ if ( $1 ~ /^Serial Number/ ) { systemSerialNumber=$2 }
+ if ( $1 ~ /^UUID/ ) { systemUuid=$2 }
+ }
+ testString=systemManufacturer systemProductName systemVersion systemSerialNumber systemUuid
+ if ( testString != "" ) {
+ bItemFound="true"
+ }
+ bSys="true"
+ }
+ ( bSys == "true" && bCha="true" && bBio == "true" && bBas == "true" ) {
+ exit # stop the loop
+ }
+ END {
+ if ( bItemFound == "true" ) {
+ fullString = systemManufacturer "," systemProductName "," systemVersion "," systemSerialNumber
+ fullString = fullString "," systemUuid "," baseboardManufacturer "," baseboardProductName
+ fullString = fullString "," baseboardVersion "," baseboardSerialNumber "," biosVendor
+ fullString = fullString "," biosVersion "," biosReleaseDate "," chassisManufacturer
+ fullString = fullString "," chassisType "," chassisVersion "," chassisSerialNumber
+ fullString = fullString "," biosRevision "," biosRomSize
+
+ print fullString
+ }
+ }' <<< "$DMIDECODE_DATA" )
+ fi
+ else
+ array_string='dmidecode-non-root-user'
+ fi
+ fi
+ fi
+ IFS=','
+ A_MACHINE_DATA=( $array_string )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ temp_array=${A_MACHINE_DATA[@]}
+# echo ${temp_array[@]}
+ log_function_data "A_MACHINE_DATA: $temp_array"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+# B_ROOT='true';get_machine_data;exit
+## return memory used/installed
+get_memory_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local memory='' memory_full=''
+ if [[ $B_MEMINFO_FILE == 'true' ]];then
+ memory=$( gawk '
+ /^MemTotal:/ {
+ tot = $2
+ }
+ /^(MemFree|Buffers|Cached):/ {
+ notused+=$2
+ }
+ END {
+ used = tot - notused
+ printf("%.1f/%.1fMB\n", used/1024, tot/1024)
+ }' $FILE_MEMINFO )
+ log_function_data 'cat' "$FILE_MEMINFO"
+ elif [[ $B_SYSCTL == 'true' && -n $Sysctl_a_Data ]];then
+ local gawk_fs=': '
+
+ if [[ $BSD_VERSION == 'openbsd' ]];then
+ gawk_fs='='
+ fi
+ memory=$( grep -i 'mem' <<< "$Sysctl_a_Data" | gawk -F "$gawk_fs" '
+ BEGIN {
+ realMemory=""
+ freeMemory=""
+ }
+ # freebsd seems to use bytes here
+ /^hw.physmem/ {
+ gsub(/^[^0-9]+|[^0-9]+$/,"",$2)
+ realMemory = $2/1024
+ if ( freeMemory != "" ) {
+ exit
+ }
+ }
+ # But, it uses K here. Openbsd does not seem to have this item
+ # this can be either: Free Memory OR Free Memory Pages
+ $1 ~ /^Free Memory/ {
+ gsub(/[^0-9]/,"",$NF)
+ freeMemory = $NF
+ if ( realMemory != "" ) {
+ exit
+ }
+ }
+ END {
+ # hack: temp fix for openbsd: in case no free mem was detected but we have physmem
+ if ( freeMemory == "" && realMemory != "" ) {
+ printf("NA/%.1fMB\n", realMemory/1024)
+ }
+ else if ( freeMemory != "" && realMemory != "" ) {
+ used = realMemory - freeMemory
+ printf("%.1f/%.1fMB\n", used/1024, realMemory/1024)
+ }
+ }' )
+ fi
+ echo "$memory"
+ log_function_data "memory: $memory"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+# process and return module version data
+get_module_version_number()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local module_version=''
+
+ if [[ $B_MODINFO_TESTED != 'true' ]];then
+ B_MODINFO_TESTED='true'
+ MODINFO_PATH=$( type -p modinfo )
+ fi
+
+ if [[ -n $MODINFO_PATH ]];then
+ module_version=$( $MODINFO_PATH $1 2>/dev/null | gawk '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ }
+ /^version/ {
+ gsub(/,/, " ", $2)
+ gsub(/^ +| +$/, "", $2)
+ gsub(/ [ \t]+/, " ", $2)
+ print $2
+ }
+ ' )
+ fi
+
+ echo "$module_version"
+ log_function_data "module_version: $module_version"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+## create array of network cards
+get_networking_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+
+ local B_USB_NETWORKING='false' temp_array=''
+
+ IFS=$'\n'
+ A_NETWORK_DATA=( $(
+ echo "$Lspci_v_Data" | gawk '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ counter=0 # required to handle cases of > 1 instance of the same chipset
+ }
+ /^[0-9a-f:\.]+ (ethernet|network) (controller|bridge)/ || /^[0-9a-f:\.]+ [^:]+: .*(ethernet|network).*$/ {
+ nic=gensub(/^[0-9a-f:\.]+ [^:]+: (.+)$/,"\\1","g",$0)
+ #gsub(/realtek semiconductor/, "Realtek", nic)
+ #gsub(/davicom semiconductor/, "Davicom", nic)
+ # The doublequotes are necessary because of the pipes in the variable.
+ gsub(/'"$BAN_LIST_NORMAL"'/, "", nic)
+ gsub(/,/, " ", nic)
+ gsub(/^ +| +$/, "", nic)
+ gsub(/ [ \t]+/, " ", nic)
+ # construct a unique string ending for each chipset detected, this allows for
+ # multiple instances of the same exact chipsets, ie, dual gigabit
+ nic = nic "~~" counter++
+ aPciBusId[nic] = gensub(/(^[0-9a-f:\.]+) [^:]+: .+$/,"\\1","g",$0)
+ # I do not understand why incrementing a string index makes sense?
+ eth[nic]++
+ while ( getline && !/^$/ ) {
+ gsub(/,/, "", $0)
+ if ( /I\/O/ ) {
+ ports[nic] = ports[nic] $4 " "
+ }
+ if ( /driver in use/ ) {
+ drivers[nic] = drivers[nic] gensub( /(.*): (.*)/ ,"\\2" ,"g" ,$0 ) ""
+ }
+ else if ( /kernel modules/ ) {
+ modules[nic] = modules[nic] gensub( /(.*): (.*)/ ,"\\2" ,"g" ,$0 ) ""
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ END {
+ j=0
+ for (i in eth) {
+ useDrivers=""
+ usePorts=""
+ useModules=""
+ usePciBusId=""
+
+ if ( eth[i] > 1 ) {
+ a[j] = eth[i] "x " i
+ }
+ else {
+ a[j] = i
+ }
+ ## note: this loses the plural ports case, is it needed anyway?
+ if ( ports[i] != "" ) {
+ usePorts = ports[i]
+ }
+ if ( drivers[i] != "" ) {
+ useDrivers = drivers[i]
+ }
+ if ( modules[i] != "" ) {
+ useModules = modules[i]
+ }
+ if ( aPciBusId[i] != "" ) {
+ usePciBusId = aPciBusId[i]
+ }
+ # create array primary item for master array
+ # and strip out the counter again, this handled dual cards with same chipset
+ sub( /~~[0-9]+$/, "", a[j] )
+ sub( / $/, "", usePorts ) # clean off trailing whitespace
+ print a[j] "," useDrivers "," usePorts "," useModules, "," usePciBusId
+ j++
+ }
+ }' ) )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ get_networking_usb_data
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_ADVANCED_NETWORK == 'true' || $B_USB_NETWORKING == 'true' ]];then
+ get_network_advanced_data
+ fi
+ temp_array=${A_NETWORK_DATA[@]}
+ log_function_data "A_NETWORK_DATA: $temp_array"
+
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+get_network_advanced_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local a_network_adv_working='' if_path='' working_path='' working_uevent_path='' dir_path=''
+ local if_id='' speed='' duplex='' mac_id='' oper_state='' vendor_product=''
+ local usb_data='' usb_vendor='' usb_product='' product_path='' driver_test=''
+
+ for (( i=0; i < ${#A_NETWORK_DATA[@]}; i++ ))
+ do
+ IFS=","
+ a_network_adv_working=( ${A_NETWORK_DATA[i]} )
+ # reset these every go round
+ driver_test=''
+ if_id=''
+ speed=''
+ duplex=''
+ mac_id=''
+ oper_state=''
+ usb_data=''
+ vendor_product=''
+ if [[ -z $( grep '^usb-' <<< ${a_network_adv_working[4]} ) ]];then
+ # note although this may exist technically don't use it, it's a virtual path
+ # and causes weird cat errors when there's a missing file as well as a virtual path
+ # /sys/bus/pci/devices/0000:02:02.0/net/eth1
+ # real paths are: /sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1e/0/0000:02:02.0/net/eth1/uevent
+ # and on older debian kernels: /sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:02:02.0/net:eth1/uevent
+ # but broadcom shows this sometimes:
+ # /sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:03.0/0000:03:00.0/ssb0:0/uevent:['DRIVER=b43', 'MODALIAS=ssb:v4243id0812rev0D']:
+ working_path="/sys/bus/pci/devices/0000:${a_network_adv_working[4]}"
+ # now we want the real one, that xiin also displays, without symbolic links.
+ if [[ -e $working_path ]];then
+ working_path=$( readlink -f $working_path 2>/dev/null )
+ # sometimes there is another directory between the path and /net
+ if [[ ! -e $working_path/net ]];then
+ # using find here, probably will need to also use it in usb part since the grep
+ # method seems to not be working now. Slice off the rest, which leaves the basic path
+ working_path=$( find $working_path/*/net/*/uevent 2>/dev/null | \
+ sed 's|/net.*||' )
+ fi
+ fi
+ # working_path=$( ls /sys/devices/pci*/*/0000:${a_network_adv_working[4]}/net/*/uevent )
+ else
+ # now we'll use the actual vendor:product string instead
+ usb_data=${a_network_adv_working[10]}
+ usb_vendor=$( cut -d ':' -f 1 <<< $usb_data )
+ usb_product=$( cut -d ':' -f 2 <<< $usb_data )
+ # this grep returns the path plus the contents of the file, with a colon separator, so slice that off
+ # /sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1a.0/usb1/1-1/1-1.1/idVendor
+ working_path=$( grep -s "$usb_vendor" /sys/devices/pci*/*/usb*/*/*/idVendor | \
+ sed -e "s/idVendor:$usb_vendor//" -e '/driver/d' )
+ # try an alternate path if first one doesn't work
+ # /sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:0b.1/usb1/1-1/idVendor
+ if [[ -z $working_path ]];then
+ working_path=$( grep -s "$usb_vendor" /sys/devices/pci*/*/usb*/*/idVendor | \
+ sed -e "s/idVendor:$usb_vendor//" -e '/driver/d' )
+ product_path=$( grep -s "$usb_product" /sys/devices/pci*/*/usb*/*/idProduct | \
+ sed -e "s/idProduct:$usb_product//" -e '/driver/d' )
+ else
+ product_path=$( grep -s "$usb_product" /sys/devices/pci*/*/usb*/*/*/idProduct | \
+ sed -e "s/idProduct:$usb_product//" -e '/driver/d' )
+ fi
+
+ # make sure it's the right product/vendor match here, it will almost always be but let's be sure
+ if [[ -n $working_path && -n $product_path ]] && [[ $working_path == $product_path ]];then
+ #if [[ -n $working_path ]];then
+ # now ls that directory and get the numeric starting sub directory and that should be the full path
+ # to the /net directory part
+ dir_path=$( ls ${working_path} 2>/dev/null | grep -sE '^[0-9]' )
+ working_uevent_path="${working_path}${dir_path}"
+ fi
+ fi
+ # /sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1d.0/usb2/2-1/2-1.2/2-1.2:1.0/uevent grep for DRIVER=
+ # /sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:0b.1/usb1/1-1/1-1:1.0/uevent
+ if [[ -n $usb_data ]];then
+ driver_test=$( grep -si 'DRIVER=' $working_uevent_path/uevent | cut -d '=' -f 2 )
+ if [[ -n $driver_test ]];then
+ a_network_adv_working[1]=$driver_test
+ fi
+ fi
+ log_function_data "PRE: working_path: $working_path\nworking_uevent_path: $working_uevent_path"
+
+ # this applies in two different cases, one, default, standard, two, for usb, this is actually
+ # the short path, minus the last longer numeric directory name, ie:
+ # from debian squeeze 2.6.32-5-686:
+ # /sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:0b.1/usb1/1-1/net/wlan0/address
+ if [[ -e $working_path/net ]];then
+ if_path=$( ls $working_path/net 2>/dev/null )
+ if_id=$if_path
+ working_path=$working_path/net/$if_path
+ # this is the normal usb detection if the first one didn't work
+ elif [[ -n $usb_data && -e $working_uevent_path/net ]];then
+ if_path=$( ls $working_uevent_path/net 2>/dev/null )
+ if_id=$if_path
+ working_path=$working_uevent_path/net/$if_path
+ # 2.6.32 debian lenny kernel shows not: /net/eth0 but /net:eth0
+ else
+ if_path=$( ls $working_path 2>/dev/null | grep 'net:' )
+ if_id=$( cut -d ':' -f 2 <<< "$if_path" )
+ working_path=$working_path/$if_path
+ fi
+ log_function_data "POST: working_path: $working_path\nif_path: $if_path - if_id: $if_id"
+
+ if [[ -n $if_path ]];then
+ if [[ -r $working_path/speed ]];then
+ speed=$( cat $working_path/speed 2>/dev/null )
+ fi
+ if [[ -r $working_path/duplex ]];then
+ duplex=$( cat $working_path/duplex 2>/dev/null )
+ fi
+ if [[ -r $working_path/address ]];then
+ mac_id=$( cat $working_path/address 2>/dev/null )
+ fi
+ if [[ -r $working_path/operstate ]];then
+ oper_state=$( cat $working_path/operstate 2>/dev/null )
+ fi
+ fi
+
+ if [[ -n ${a_network_adv_working[10]} ]];then
+ vendor_product=${a_network_adv_working[10]}
+ fi
+ A_NETWORK_DATA[i]=${a_network_adv_working[0]}","${a_network_adv_working[1]}","${a_network_adv_working[2]}","${a_network_adv_working[3]}","${a_network_adv_working[4]}","$if_id","$oper_state","$speed","$duplex","$mac_id","$vendor_product
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ done
+
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+get_networking_usb_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local lsusb_path='' lsusb_data='' a_usb='' array_count=''
+
+ # now we'll check for usb wifi, a work in progress
+ # USB_NETWORK_SEARCH
+ # alsa usb detection by damentz
+ # for every sound card symlink in /proc/asound - display information about it
+ lsusb_path=$( type -p lsusb )
+ # if lsusb exists, the file is a symlink, and contains an important usb exclusive file: continue
+ if [[ -n $lsusb_path ]]; then
+ # send error messages of lsusb to /dev/null as it will display a bunch if not a super user
+ lsusb_data="$( $lsusb_path 2>/dev/null )"
+ # also, find the contents of usbid in lsusb and print everything after the 7th word on the
+ # corresponding line. Finally, strip out commas as they will change the driver :)
+ if [[ -n $lsusb_data ]];then
+ IFS=$'\n'
+ a_usb=( $(
+ gawk '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ string=""
+ separator=""
+ }
+ /'"$USB_NETWORK_SEARCH"'/ && !/bluetooth| hub|keyboard|mouse|printer| ps2|reader|scan|storage/ {
+ string=""
+ gsub( /,/, " ", $0 )
+ gsub(/'"$BAN_LIST_NORMAL"'/, "", $0)
+ gsub(/ [ \t]+/, " ", $0)
+ #sub(/realtek semiconductor/, "Realtek", $0)
+ #sub(/davicom semiconductor/, "Davicom", $0)
+ #sub(/Belkin Components/, "Belkin", $0)
+
+ for ( i=7; i<= NF; i++ ) {
+ string = string separator $i
+ separator = " "
+ }
+ if ( $2 != "" ){
+ sub(/:/, "", $4 )
+ print string ",,,,usb-" $2 "-" $4 ",,,,,," $6
+ }
+ }' <<< "$lsusb_data" ) )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ if [[ ${#a_usb[@]} -gt 0 ]];then
+ array_count=${#A_NETWORK_DATA[@]}
+ for (( i=0; i < ${#a_usb[@]}; i++ ))
+ do
+ A_NETWORK_DATA[$array_count]=${a_usb[i]}
+ ((array_count++))
+ done
+ # need this to get the driver data for -N regular output, but no need
+ # to run the advanced stuff unless required
+ B_USB_NETWORKING='true'
+ fi
+ fi
+ fi
+# echo $B_USB_NETWORKING
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+get_networking_wan_ip_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local ip=''
+
+ # get ip using wget redirect to stdout. This is a clean, text only IP output url,
+ # single line only, ending in the ip address. May have to modify this in the future
+ # to handle ipv4 and ipv6 addresses but should not be necessary.
+ # awk has bad regex handling so checking it with grep -E instead
+ # ip=$( echo 2001:0db8:85a3:0000:0000:8a2e:0370:7334 | gawk --re-interval '
+ # ip=$( wget -q -O - $WAN_IP_URL | gawk --re-interval '
+ ip=$( wget -t 1 -T $WGET_TIMEOUT -q -O - $WAN_IP_URL | gawk --re-interval '
+ {
+ #gsub("\n","",$2")
+ print $NF
+ }' )
+ # validate the data
+ if [[ -z $ip ]];then
+ ip='None Detected!'
+ elif [[ -z $( grep -Es \
+ '^([0-9]{1,3}\.[0-9]{1,3}\.[0-9]{1,3}\.[0-9]{1,3}|[[:alnum:]]{0,4}:[[:alnum:]]{0,4}:[[:alnum:]]{0,4}:[[:alnum:]]{0,4}:[[:alnum:]]{0,4}:[[:alnum:]]{0,4}:[[:alnum:]]{0,4}:[[:alnum:]]{0,4})$' <<< $ip ) ]];then
+ ip='IP Source Corrupt!'
+ fi
+ echo "$ip"
+ log_function_data "ip: $ip"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+get_networking_local_ip_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+
+ local ip_tool_command=$( type -p ip )
+ local temp_array='' ip_tool='ip' ip_tool_data=''
+ # the chances for all new systems to have ip by default are far higher than
+ # the deprecated ifconfig. Only try for ifconfig if ip is not present in system
+ if [[ -z $ip_tool_command ]];then
+ ip_tool_command=$( type -p ifconfig )
+ ip_tool='ifconfig'
+ else
+ ip_tool_command="$ip_tool_command addr"
+ fi
+ if [[ -n "$ip_tool_command" ]];then
+ if [[ $ip_tool == 'ifconfig' ]];then
+ ip_tool_data="$( $ip_tool_command | gawk '
+ {
+ line=gensub(/^([a-z]+[0-9][:]?[[:space:]].*)/, "\n\\1", $0)
+ print line
+ }' )"
+ # note, ip addr does not have proper record separation, so creating new lines explicitly here at start
+ # of each IF record item. Also getting rid of the unneeded numeric line starters, now it can be parsed
+ # like ifconfig more or less
+ elif [[ $ip_tool == 'ip' ]];then
+ ip_tool_data="$( eval ${ip_tool_command} | sed 's/^[0-9]\+:[[:space:]]\+/\n/' )"
+ fi
+ fi
+ if [[ -z $ip_tool_command ]];then
+ A_INTERFACES_DATA=( "Interfaces program 'ip' missing. Please check: $SCRIPT_NAME --recommends" )
+ elif [[ -n "$ip_tool_data" ]];then
+ IFS=$'\n' # $ip_tool_command
+ A_INTERFACES_DATA=( $(
+ gawk -v ipTool=$ip_tool -v bsdType=$BSD_TYPE '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ interface=""
+ ifIp=""
+ ifIpV6=""
+ ifMask=""
+ }
+ # skip past the lo item
+ /^lo/ {
+ while (getline && !/^$/ ) {
+ # do nothing, just get past this entry item
+ }
+ }
+ /^[a-zA-Z]+[0-9]/ {
+ # not clear on why inet is coming through, but this gets rid of it
+ # as first line item.
+ gsub(/,/, " ", $0)
+ gsub(/^ +| +$/, "", $0)
+ gsub(/ [ \t]+/, " ", $0)
+ interface = $1
+ # prep this this for ip addr: eth0:
+ sub(/:/, "", interface)
+ ifIp=""
+ ifIpV6=""
+ ifMask=""
+ aInterfaces[interface]++
+
+ while (getline && !/^$/ ) {
+ if ( ipTool == "ifconfig" ) {
+ if (/inet addr:/) {
+ ifIp = gensub( /addr:([0-9\.]+)/, "\\1", "g", $2 )
+ if (/mask:/) {
+ ifMask = gensub( /mask:([0-9\.]+)/, "\\1", "g", $NF )
+ }
+ }
+ if (/inet6 addr:/) {
+ ifIpV6 = $3
+ }
+ if ( bsdType == "bsd" ) {
+ if ( $1 == "inet" ) {
+ ifIp = $2
+ if ( $3 == "netmask" ) {
+ ifMask = $4
+ }
+ }
+ if ( $0 ~ /inet6.*%/ ) {
+ sub(/%.*/,"",$2)
+ ifIpV6 = $2
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ else if ( ipTool == "ip" ) {
+ if ( $1 == "inet" ) {
+ ifIp = $2
+ }
+ if ( $1 == "inet6" ) {
+ ifIpV6 = $2
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ # slice off the digits that are sometimes tacked to the end of the address,
+ # like: /64 or /24
+ sub(/\/[0-9]+/, "", ifIp)
+ sub(/\/[0-9]+/, "", ifIpV6)
+ ipAddresses[interface] = ifIp "," ifMask "," ifIpV6
+ }
+ END {
+ j=0
+ for (i in aInterfaces) {
+ ifData = ""
+ a[j] = i
+ if (ipAddresses[i] != "") {
+ ifData = ipAddresses[i]
+ }
+ # create array primary item for master array
+ # tested needed to avoid bad data from above, if null it is garbage
+ # this is the easiest way to handle junk I found, improve if you want
+ if ( ifData != "" ) {
+ print a[j] "," ifData
+ }
+ j++
+ }
+ }' <<< "$ip_tool_data" ) )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ else
+ A_INTERFACES_DATA=( "Interfaces program $ip_tool present but created no data. " )
+ fi
+ temp_array=${A_INTERFACES_DATA[@]}
+ log_function_data "A_INTERFACES_DATA: $temp_array"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+# get_networking_local_ip_data;exit
+
+# get_networking_local_ip_data;exit
+get_optical_drive_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+
+ local temp_array='' sys_uevent_path='' proc_cdrom='' link_list=''
+ local separator='' linked='' disk='' item_string='' proc_info_string=''
+ local dev_disks_links="$( ls /dev/dvd* /dev/cd* /dev/scd* 2>/dev/null )"
+ # get the actual disk dev location, first try default which is easier to run, need to preserve line breaks
+ local dev_disks_real="$( echo "$dev_disks_links" | xargs -L 1 readlink 2>/dev/null | sort -u )"
+ # Some systems don't support xargs -L so we need to do it manually
+ if [[ -z $dev_disks_real ]];then
+ for linked in $dev_disks_links
+ do
+ disk=$( readlink $linked 2>/dev/null )
+ if [[ -n $disk ]];then
+ disk=$( basename $disk ) # puppy shows this as /dev/sr0, not sr0
+ if [[ -z $dev_disks_real || -z $( grep $disk <<< $dev_disks_real ) ]];then
+ # need line break IFS for below, no white space
+ dev_disks_real="$dev_disks_real$separator$disk"
+ separator=$'\n'
+ fi
+ fi
+ done
+ dev_disks_real="$( sort -u <<< "$dev_disks_real" )"
+ linked=''
+ disk=''
+ separator=''
+ fi
+
+ # A_OPTICAL_DRIVE_DATA indexes: not going to use all these, but it's just as easy to build the full
+ # data array and use what we need from it as to update it later to add features or items
+ # 0 - true dev path, ie, sr0, hdc
+ # 1 - dev links to true path
+ # 2 - device vendor - for hdx drives, vendor model are one string from proc
+ # 3 - device model
+ # 4 - device rev version
+ # 5 - speed
+ # 6 - multisession support
+ # 7 - MCN support
+ # 8 - audio read
+ # 9 - cdr
+ # 10 - cdrw
+ # 11 - dvd read
+ # 12 - dvdr
+ # 13 - dvdram
+ # 14 - state
+
+ if [[ -n $dev_disks_real ]];then
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_FULL_OPTICAL == 'true' ]];then
+ proc_cdrom="$( cat /proc/sys/dev/cdrom/info 2>/dev/null )"
+ fi
+ IFS=$'\n'
+ A_OPTICAL_DRIVE_DATA=( $(
+ for disk in $dev_disks_real
+ do
+ for linked in $dev_disks_links
+ do
+ if [[ -n $( readlink $linked | grep $disk ) ]];then
+ linked=$( basename $linked )
+ link_list="$link_list$separator$linked"
+ separator='~'
+ fi
+ done
+ item_string="$disk,$link_list"
+ link_list=''
+ linked=''
+ separator=''
+ vendor=''
+ model=''
+ proc_info_string=''
+ rev_number=''
+ state=""
+ sys_path=''
+ # this is only for new sd type paths in /sys, otherwise we'll use /proc/ide
+ if [[ -z $( grep '^hd' <<< $disk ) ]];then
+ sys_path=$( ls /sys/devices/pci*/*/host*/target*/*/block/$disk/uevent 2>/dev/null | sed "s|/block/$disk/uevent||" )
+ # no need to test for errors yet, probably other user systems will require some alternate paths though
+ if [[ -n $sys_path ]];then
+ vendor=$( cat $sys_path/vendor 2>/dev/null )
+ model=$( cat $sys_path/model 2>/dev/null | sed 's/^[[:space:]]*//;s/[[:space:]]*$//;s/,//g' )
+ state=$( cat $sys_path/state 2>/dev/null | sed 's/^[[:space:]]*//;s/[[:space:]]*$//;s/,//g' )
+ rev_number=$( cat $sys_path/rev 2>/dev/null | sed 's/^[[:space:]]*//;s/[[:space:]]*$//;s/,//g' )
+ fi
+ elif [[ -e /proc/ide/$disk/model ]];then
+ vendor=$( cat /proc/ide/$disk/model 2>/dev/null )
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $vendor ]];then
+ vendor=$( gawk '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ }
+ {
+ gsub(/'"$BAN_LIST_NORMAL"'/, "", $0)
+ sub(/TSSTcorp/, "TSST ", $0) # seen more than one of these weird ones
+ gsub(/,/, " ", $0)
+ gsub(/^[[:space:]]*|[[:space:]]*$/, "", $0)
+ gsub(/ [[:space:]]+/, " ", $0)
+ print $0
+ }' <<< $vendor )
+ fi
+ # this needs to run no matter if there's proc data or not to create the array comma list
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_FULL_OPTICAL == 'true' ]];then
+ proc_info_string=$( gawk -v diskId=$disk '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ position=""
+ speed=""
+ multisession=""
+ mcn=""
+ audio=""
+ cdr=""
+ cdrw=""
+ dvd=""
+ dvdr=""
+ dvdram=""
+ }
+ # first get the position of the device name from top field
+ # we will use this to get all the other data for that column
+ /drive name:/ {
+ for ( position=3; position <= NF; position++ ) {
+ if ( $position == diskId ) {
+ break
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ /drive speed:/ {
+ speed = $position
+ }
+ /Can read multisession:/ {
+ multisession=$( position + 1 )
+ }
+ /Can read MCN:/ {
+ mcn=$( position + 1 )
+ }
+ /Can play audio:/ {
+ audio=$( position + 1 )
+ }
+ /Can write CD-R:/ {
+ cdr=$( position + 1 )
+ }
+ /Can write CD-RW:/ {
+ cdrw=$( position + 1 )
+ }
+ /Can read DVD:/ {
+ dvd=$( position + 1 )
+ }
+ /Can write DVD-R:/ {
+ dvdr=$( position + 1 )
+ }
+ /Can write DVD-RAM:/ {
+ dvdram=$( position + 1 )
+ }
+ END {
+ print speed "," multisession "," mcn "," audio "," cdr "," cdrw "," dvd "," dvdr "," dvdram
+ }
+ ' <<< "$proc_cdrom" )
+ fi
+ item_string="$item_string,$vendor,$model,$rev_number,$proc_info_string,$state"
+ echo $item_string
+ done \
+ ) )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ fi
+ temp_array=${A_OPTICAL_DRIVE_DATA[@]}
+ log_function_data "A_OPTICAL_DRIVE_DATA: $temp_array"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+get_partition_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+
+ local a_partition_working='' dev_item='' temp_array='' dev_working_item=''
+ local swap_data='' df_string='' main_partition_data='' df_test='' fs_type=''
+ local mount_data='' dev_bsd_item=''
+ #local excluded_file_types='--exclude-type=aufs --exclude-type=tmpfs --exclude-type=iso9660'
+ # df doesn't seem to work in script with variables like at the command line
+ # added devfs linprocfs sysfs fdescfs which show on debian kfreebsd kernel output
+ if [[ -z $BSD_TYPE ]];then
+ swap_data="$( swapon -s 2>/dev/null )"
+ df_string='df -h -T -P --exclude-type=aufs --exclude-type=devfs --exclude-type=devtmpfs
+ --exclude-type=fdescfs --exclude-type=iso9660 --exclude-type=linprocfs --exclude-type=procfs
+ --exclude-type=squashfs --exclude-type=sysfs --exclude-type=tmpfs --exclude-type=unionfs'
+ else
+ swap_data="$( swapctl -l 2>/dev/null )"
+ # default size is 512, -H only for size in human readable format
+ # older bsds don't support -T, pain, so we'll use partial output there
+ df_test=$( df -H -T 2>/dev/null )
+ if [[ -n $df_test ]];then
+ df_string='df -H -T'
+ else
+ df_string='df -H'
+ fi
+ fi
+ main_partition_data="$( eval $df_string )"
+ # set dev disk label/mapper/uuid data globals
+ get_partition_dev_data 'label'
+ get_partition_dev_data 'mapper'
+ get_partition_dev_data 'uuid'
+
+ log_function_data 'raw' "main_partition_data:\n$main_partition_data\n\nswap_data:\n$swap_data"
+
+ # new kernels/df have rootfs and / repeated, creating two entries for the same partition
+ # so check for two string endings of / then slice out the rootfs one, I could check for it
+ # before slicing it out, but doing that would require the same action twice re code execution
+ if [[ $( grep -cs '[[:space:]]/$' <<< "$main_partition_data" ) -gt 1 ]];then
+ main_partition_data="$( grep -vs '^rootfs' <<< "$main_partition_data" )"
+ fi
+ log_function_data 'raw' "main_partition_data_post_rootfs:\n$main_partition_data\n\nswap_data:\n$swap_data"
+ IFS=$'\n'
+ # sample line: /dev/sda2 ext3 15G 8.9G 4.9G 65% /home
+ # $NF = partition name; $(NF - 4) = partition size; $(NF - 3) = used, in gB; $(NF - 1) = percent used
+ ## note: by subtracting from the last field number NF, we avoid a subtle issue with LVM df output, where if
+ ## the first field is too long, it will occupy its own line, this way we are getting only the needed data
+ A_PARTITION_DATA=( $( echo "$main_partition_data" | gawk -v bsdType=$BSD_TYPE '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ fileSystem=""
+ }
+ # this has to be nulled for every iteration so it does not retain value from last iteration
+ devBase=""
+ # skipping these file systems because bsds do not support df --exclude-type=<fstype>
+ # note that using $1 to handle older bsd df, which do not support -T. This will not be reliable but we will see
+ ( bsdType != "" ) {
+ # skip if non disk/partition, or if raid primary id, which will not have a / in it
+ if ( $1 ~ /^(aufs|devfs|devtmpfs|fdescfs|iso9660|linprocfs|procfs|squashfs|sysfs|tmpfs|type|unionfs)$/ ||
+ $1 ~ /^([^\/]+)$/ ) {
+ # note use next, not getline or it does not work right
+ next
+ }
+ }
+ # this is required because below we are subtracting from NF, so it has to be > 5
+ # the real issue is long file system names that force the wrap of df output: //fileserver/main
+ # but we still need to handle more dynamically long space containing file names, but later.
+ # Using df -P should fix this, ie, no wrapping of line lines, but leaving this for now
+ ( NF < 6 ) && ( $0 !~ /[0-9]+%/ ) {
+ # set the dev location here for cases of wrapped output
+ if ( NF == 1 ) {
+ devBase=gensub( /^(\/dev\/)(.+)$/, "\\2", 1, $1 )
+ }
+ getline
+ }
+
+ # next set devBase if it didn not get set above here
+ ( devBase == "" ) && ( $1 ~ /^\/dev\/|:\/|\/\// ) {
+ devBase=gensub( /^(\/dev\/)(.+)$/, "\\2", 1, $1 )
+ }
+ # this handles zfs type devices/partitions, which do not start with / but contain /
+ ( bsdType != "" && devBase == "" && $1 ~ /^[^\/]+\/.+/ ) {
+ devBase=gensub( /^([^\/]+\/)([^\/]+)$/, "non-dev-\\1\\2", 1, $1 )
+ }
+ # this handles yet another fredforfaen special case where a mounted drive
+ # has the search string in its name
+ $NF ~ /^\/$|^\/boot$|^\/var$|^\/home$|^\/tmp$|^\/usr$/ {
+ # note, older df in bsd do not have file system column
+ if ( NF == "7" && $(NF - 1) ~ /[0-9]+%/ ) {
+ fileSystem=$(NF - 5)
+ }
+ else {
+ fileSystem=""
+ }
+ print $NF "," $(NF - 4) "," $(NF - 3) "," $(NF - 1) ",main," fileSystem "," devBase
+ }
+ # skip all these, including the first, header line. Use the --exclude-type
+ # to handle new filesystems types we do not want listed here
+ $NF !~ /^\/$|^\/boot$|^\/var$|^\/home$|^\/tmp$|^\/usr$|^filesystem/ {
+ # this is to avoid file systems with spaces in their names, that will make
+ # the test show the wrong data in each of the fields, if no x%, then do not use
+ # using 3 cases, first default, standard, 2nd, 3rd, handles one and two spaces in name
+ if ( $(NF - 1) ~ /[0-9]+%/ ) {
+ # note, older df in bsd do not have file system column
+ if ( NF == "7" ) {
+ fileSystem=$(NF - 5)
+ }
+ else {
+ fileSystem=""
+ }
+ print $NF "," $(NF - 4) "," $(NF - 3) "," $(NF - 1) ",secondary," fileSystem "," devBase
+ }
+ # these two cases construct the space containing name
+ else if ( $(NF - 2) ~ /[0-9]+%/ ) {
+ # note, older df in bsd do not have file system column
+ if ( NF == "8" && $(NF - 6) !~ /^[0-9]+/ ) {
+ fileSystem=$(NF - 6)
+ }
+ else {
+ fileSystem=""
+ }
+ print $(NF - 1) " " $NF "," $(NF - 5) "," $(NF - 4) "," $(NF - 2) ",secondary," fileSystem "," devBase
+ }
+ else if ( $(NF - 3) ~ /[0-9]+%/ ) {
+ # note, older df in bsd do not have file system column
+ if ( NF == "9" && $(NF - 7) !~ /^[0-9]+/ ) {
+ fileSystem=$(NF - 7)
+ }
+ else {
+ fileSystem=""
+ }
+ print $(NF - 2) " " $(NF - 1) " " $NF "," $(NF - 6) "," $(NF - 5) "," $(NF - 3) ",secondary," fileSystem "," devBase
+ }
+ }' )
+
+ # now add the swap partition data, don't want to show swap files, just partitions,
+ # though this can include /dev/ramzswap0. Note: you can also use /proc/swaps for this
+ # data, it's the same exact output as swapon -s
+ $( echo "$swap_data" | gawk -v bsdType=$BSD_TYPE '
+ BEGIN {
+ swapCounter = 1
+ usedHolder=""
+ sizeHolder=""
+ }
+ /^\/dev/ {
+ if ( bsdType == "" ) {
+ usedHolder=$4
+ sizeHolder=$3
+ }
+ else {
+ usedHolder=$3
+ sizeHolder=$2
+ }
+ size = sprintf( "%.2f", sizeHolder*1024/1000**3 )
+ devBase = gensub( /^(\/dev\/)(.+)$/, "\\2", 1, $1 )
+ used = sprintf( "%.2f", usedHolder*1024/1000**3 )
+ percentUsed = sprintf( "%.0f", ( usedHolder/sizeHolder )*100 )
+ print "swap-" swapCounter "," size "GB," used "GB," percentUsed "%,main," "swap," devBase
+ swapCounter = ++swapCounter
+ }' ) )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+
+ temp_array=${A_PARTITION_DATA[@]}
+ # echo $temp_array
+ log_function_data "1: A_PARTITION_DATA:\n$temp_array"
+
+ # we'll use this for older systems where no filesystem type is shown in df
+ if [[ $BSD_TYPE == 'bsd' ]];then
+ mount_data="$( mount )"
+ fi
+ # now we'll handle some fringe cases where irregular df -hT output shows /dev/disk/.. instead of
+ # /dev/h|sdxy type data for column 1, . A_PARTITION_DATA[6]
+ # Here we just search for the uuid/label and then grab the end of the line to get the right dev item.
+ for (( i=0; i < ${#A_PARTITION_DATA[@]}; i++ ))
+ do
+ IFS=","
+ a_partition_working=( ${A_PARTITION_DATA[i]} )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+
+ dev_item=${a_partition_working[6]} # reset each loop
+ fs_type=${a_partition_working[5]}
+ # older bsds have df minus -T so can't get fs type easily, try using mount instead
+ if [[ $BSD_TYPE == 'bsd' && -z $fs_type && -n $dev_item ]];then
+ dev_bsd_item=$( sed -e 's/non-dev-//' -e 's|/|\\/|g' <<< "$dev_item" )
+ fs_type=$( gawk -F '(' '
+ /'$dev_bsd_item'/ {
+ # slice out everything after / plus the first comma
+ sub( /,.*/, "", $2 )
+ print $2
+ exit
+ }' <<< "$mount_data" )
+ fi
+ # note: for swap this will already be set
+ if [[ -n $( grep -E '(by-uuid|by-label)' <<< $dev_item ) ]];then
+ dev_working_item=$( basename $dev_item )
+ if [[ -n $DEV_DISK_UUID ]];then
+ dev_item=$( echo "$DEV_DISK_UUID" | gawk '
+ $0 ~ /[ /t]'$dev_working_item'[ /t]/ {
+ item=gensub( /..\/..\/(.+)/, "\\1", 1, $NF )
+ print item
+ exit
+ }' )
+ fi
+ # if we didn't find anything for uuid try label
+ if [[ -z $dev_item && -n $DEV_DISK_LABEL ]];then
+ dev_item=$( echo "$DEV_DISK_LABEL" | gawk '
+ $0 ~ /[ /t]'$dev_working_item'[ /t]/ {
+ item=gensub( /..\/..\/(.+)/, "\\1", 1, $NF )
+ print item
+ exit
+ }' )
+ fi
+ elif [[ -n $( grep 'mapper/' <<< $dev_item ) ]];then
+ # get the mapper actual dev item
+ dev_item=$( get_dev_processed_item "$dev_item" )
+ fi
+
+ if [[ -n $dev_item ]];then
+ # assemble everything we could get for dev/h/dx, label, and uuid
+ IFS=","
+ A_PARTITION_DATA[i]=${a_partition_working[0]}","${a_partition_working[1]}","${a_partition_working[2]}","${a_partition_working[3]}","${a_partition_working[4]}","$fs_type","$dev_item
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ fi
+ done
+ temp_array=${A_PARTITION_DATA[@]}
+ # echo $temp_array
+ log_function_data "2: A_PARTITION_DATA:\n$temp_array"
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_LABELS == 'true' || $B_SHOW_UUIDS == 'true' ]];then
+ get_partition_data_advanced
+ fi
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+# first get the locations of the mount points for label/uuid detection
+get_partition_data_advanced()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local a_partition_working='' dev_partition_data=''
+ local dev_item='' dev_label='' dev_uuid='' temp_array=''
+ local mount_point=''
+ # set dev disk label/mapper/uuid data globals
+ get_partition_dev_data 'label'
+ get_partition_dev_data 'mapper'
+ get_partition_dev_data 'uuid'
+
+ if [[ $B_MOUNTS_FILE == 'true' ]];then
+ for (( i=0; i < ${#A_PARTITION_DATA[@]}; i++ ))
+ do
+ IFS=","
+ a_partition_working=( ${A_PARTITION_DATA[i]} )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+
+ # note: for swap this will already be set
+ if [[ -z ${a_partition_working[6]} ]];then
+
+ mount_point=$( sed 's|/|\\/|g' <<< ${a_partition_working[0]} )
+ #echo mount_point $mount_point
+ dev_partition_data=$( gawk '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE = 1
+ partition = ""
+ partTemp = ""
+ }
+ # trying to handle space in name
+# gsub( /\\040/, " ", $0 )
+ /[ \t]'$mount_point'[ \t]/ && $1 != "rootfs" {
+ # initialize the variables
+ label = ""
+ uuid = ""
+
+ # slice out the /dev
+ partition=gensub( /^(\/dev\/)(.+)$/, "\\2", 1, $1 )
+ # label and uuid can occur for root, set partition to null now
+ if ( partition ~ /by-label/ ) {
+ label=gensub( /^(\/dev\/disk\/by-label\/)(.+)$/, "\\2", 1, $1 )
+ partition = ""
+ }
+ if ( partition ~ /by-uuid/ ) {
+ uuid=gensub( /^(\/dev\/disk\/by-uuid\/)(.+)$/, "\\2", 1, $1 )
+ partition = ""
+ }
+
+ # handle /dev/root for / id
+ if ( partition == "root" ) {
+ # if this works, great, otherwise, just set this to null values
+ partTemp="'$( readlink /dev/root 2>/dev/null )'"
+ if ( partTemp != "" ) {
+ if ( partTemp ~ /[hsv]d[a-z][0-9]{1,2}/ ) {
+ partition=gensub( /^(\/dev\/)(.+)$/, "\\2", 1, partTemp )
+ }
+ else if ( partTemp ~ /by-uuid/ ) {
+ uuid=gensub( /^(\/dev\/disk\/by-uuid\/)(.+)$/, "\\2", 1, partTemp )
+ partition="" # set null to let real location get discovered
+ }
+ else if ( partTemp ~ /by-label/ ) {
+ label=gensub( /^(\/dev\/disk\/by-label\/)(.+)$/, "\\2", 1, partTemp )
+ partition="" # set null to let real location get discovered
+ }
+ }
+ else {
+ partition = ""
+ label = ""
+ uuid = ""
+ }
+ }
+ print partition "," label "," uuid
+ exit
+ }' $FILE_MOUNTS )
+
+ # assemble everything we could get for dev/h/dx, label, and uuid
+ IFS=","
+ A_PARTITION_DATA[i]=${a_partition_working[0]}","${a_partition_working[1]}","${a_partition_working[2]}","${a_partition_working[3]}","${a_partition_working[4]}","${a_partition_working[5]}","$dev_partition_data
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ fi
+ ## now we're ready to proceed filling in the data
+ IFS=","
+ a_partition_working=( ${A_PARTITION_DATA[i]} )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ # get the mapper actual dev item first, in case it's mapped
+ dev_item=$( get_dev_processed_item "${a_partition_working[6]}" )
+ # make sure not to slice off rest if it's a network mounted file system
+ if [[ -n $dev_item && -z $( grep -E '(^//|:/)' <<< $dev_item ) ]];then
+ dev_item=$( basename $dev_item ) ## needed to avoid error in case name still has / in it
+ fi
+ dev_label=${a_partition_working[7]}
+ dev_uuid=${a_partition_working[8]}
+ # then if dev data/uuid is incomplete, try to get missing piece
+ # it's more likely we'll get a uuid than a label. But this should get the
+ # dev item set no matter what, so then we can get the rest of any missing data
+ # first we'll get the dev_item if it's missing
+ if [[ -z $dev_item ]];then
+ if [[ -n $DEV_DISK_UUID && -n $dev_uuid ]];then
+ dev_item=$( echo "$DEV_DISK_UUID" | gawk '
+ $0 ~ /[ \t]'$dev_uuid'[ \t]/ {
+ item=gensub( /..\/..\/(.+)/, "\\1", 1, $NF )
+ print item
+ exit
+ }' )
+ elif [[ -n $DEV_DISK_LABEL && -n $dev_label ]];then
+ dev_item=$( echo "$DEV_DISK_LABEL" | gawk '
+ # first we need to change space x20 in by-label back to a real space
+ #gsub( /x20/, " ", $0 )
+ # then we can see if the string is there
+ $0 ~ /[ \t]'$dev_label'[ \t]/ {
+ item=gensub( /..\/..\/(.+)/, "\\1", 1, $NF )
+ print item
+ exit
+ }' )
+ fi
+ fi
+
+ # this can trigger all kinds of weird errors if it is a non /dev path, like: remote:/machine/name
+ if [[ -n $dev_item && -z $( grep -E '(^//|:/)' <<< $dev_item ) ]];then
+ if [[ -n $DEV_DISK_UUID && -z $dev_uuid ]];then
+ dev_uuid=$( echo "$DEV_DISK_UUID" | gawk '
+ /'$dev_item'$/ {
+ print $(NF - 2)
+ exit
+ }' )
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $DEV_DISK_LABEL && -z $dev_label ]];then
+ dev_label=$( echo "$DEV_DISK_LABEL" | gawk '
+ /'$dev_item'$/ {
+ print $(NF - 2)
+ exit
+ }' )
+ fi
+ fi
+
+ # assemble everything we could get for dev/h/dx, label, and uuid
+ IFS=","
+ A_PARTITION_DATA[i]=${a_partition_working[0]}","${a_partition_working[1]}","${a_partition_working[2]}","${a_partition_working[3]}","${a_partition_working[4]}","${a_partition_working[5]}","$dev_item","$dev_label","$dev_uuid
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ done
+ log_function_data 'cat' "$FILE_MOUNTS"
+ else
+ if [[ $BSD_TYPE == 'bsd' ]];then
+ get_partition_data_advanced_bsd
+ fi
+ fi
+ temp_array=${A_PARTITION_DATA[@]}
+ # echo $temp_array
+ log_function_data "3-advanced: A_PARTITION_DATA:\n$temp_array"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+get_partition_data_advanced_bsd()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local gpart_data="$( gpart list 2>/dev/null )"
+ local a_partition_working='' label_uuid='' dev_item=''
+
+ if [[ -n $gpart_data ]];then
+ for (( i=0; i < ${#A_PARTITION_DATA[@]}; i++ ))
+ do
+ IFS=","
+ a_partition_working=( ${A_PARTITION_DATA[i]} )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ # no need to use the rest of the name if it's not a straight /dev/item
+ dev_item=$( basename ${a_partition_working[6]} )
+
+ label_uuid=$( gawk -F ':' '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ label=""
+ uuid=""
+ }
+ /^[0-9]+\.[[:space:]]*Name.*'$dev_item'/ {
+ while ( getline && $1 !~ /^[0-9]+\.[[:space:]]*Name/ ) {
+ if ( $1 ~ /rawuuid/ ) {
+ gsub(/^[[:space:]]+|[[:space:]]+$/,"",$2)
+ uuid=$2
+ }
+ if ( $1 ~ /label/ ) {
+ gsub(/^[[:space:]]+|[[:space:]]+$|none|\(null\)/,"",$2)
+ label=$2
+ }
+ }
+ print label","uuid
+ exit
+ }' <<< "$gpart_data" )
+
+ # assemble everything we could get for dev/h/dx, label, and uuid
+ IFS=","
+ A_PARTITION_DATA[i]=${a_partition_working[0]}","${a_partition_working[1]}","${a_partition_working[2]}","${a_partition_working[3]}","${a_partition_working[4]}","${a_partition_working[5]}","${a_partition_working[6]}","$label_uuid
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ done
+ fi
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+# args: $1 - uuid/label/id/mapper
+get_partition_dev_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+
+ # only run these tests once per directory to avoid excessive queries to fs
+ case $1 in
+ id)
+ if [[ $B_ID_SET != 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ -d /dev/disk/by-id ]];then
+ DEV_DISK_ID="$( ls -l /dev/disk/by-id )"
+ fi
+ B_ID_SET='true'
+ fi
+ ;;
+ label)
+ if [[ $B_LABEL_SET != 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ -d /dev/disk/by-label ]];then
+ DEV_DISK_LABEL="$( ls -l /dev/disk/by-label )"
+ fi
+ B_LABEL_SET='true'
+ fi
+ ;;
+ mapper)
+ if [[ $B_MAPPER_SET != 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ -d /dev/mapper ]];then
+ DEV_DISK_MAPPER="$( ls -l /dev/mapper )"
+ fi
+ B_MAPPER_SET='true'
+ fi
+ ;;
+ uuid)
+ if [[ $B_UUID_SET != 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ -d /dev/disk/by-uuid ]];then
+ DEV_DISK_UUID="$( ls -l /dev/disk/by-uuid )"
+ fi
+ B_UUID_SET='true'
+ fi
+ ;;
+
+ esac
+ log_function_data 'raw' "DEV_DISK_LABEL:\n$DEV_DISK_LABEL\n\nDEV_DISK_UUID:\n$DEV_DISK_UUID\n\nDEV_DISK_ID:\n$DEV_DISK_ID\n\nDEV_DISK_MAPPER:\n$DEV_DISK_MAPPER"
+ # debugging section, uncomment to insert user data
+# DEV_DISK_LABEL='
+#
+# '
+# DEV_DISK_UUID='
+#
+# '
+# DEV_DISK_MAPPER='
+#
+# '
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+# args: $1 - dev item, check for mapper, then get actual dev item if mapped
+# eg: lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 7 Sep 26 15:10 truecrypt1 -> ../dm-2
+get_dev_processed_item()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+
+ local dev_item=$1 dev_return=''
+
+ if [[ -n $DEV_DISK_MAPPER && -n $( grep -is 'mapper/' <<< $dev_item ) ]];then
+ dev_return=$( echo "$DEV_DISK_MAPPER" | gawk '
+ $( NF - 2 ) ~ /^'$( basename $dev_item )'$/ {
+ item=gensub( /..\/(.+)/, "\\1", 1, $NF )
+ print item
+ }' )
+ fi
+ if [[ -z $dev_return ]];then
+ dev_return=$dev_item
+ fi
+
+ echo $dev_return
+
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+get_patch_version_string()
+{
+ local patch_version_number=$( sed 's/^[0]*//' <<< $SCRIPT_PATCH_NUMBER )
+
+ if [[ -n $patch_version_number ]];then
+ patch_version_number="-$patch_version_number"
+ # for cases where it was for example: 00-bsd cleaned to --bsd trim out one -
+ if [[ -n $( grep '\--' <<< $patch_version_number ) ]];then
+ patch_version_number=$( sed 's/--/-/' <<< $patch_version_number )
+ fi
+ fi
+ echo $patch_version_number
+}
+
+get_pciconf_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+
+ local pciconf_data='' temp_array=''
+
+ if [[ $B_PCICONF == 'true' ]];then
+ pciconf_data="$( pciconf -lv 2>/dev/null )"
+ if [[ -n $pciconf_data ]];then
+ pciconf_data=$( gawk '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ }
+ {
+ gsub(/'"$BAN_LIST_NORMAL"'/, "", $0)
+ gsub(/[[:space:]]+=[[:space:]]+/, "=",$0)
+ gsub(/^[[:space:]]+|'"'"'|\"|,/, "", $0)
+ gsub(/=0x/,"=",$0)
+ # line=gensub(/.*[[:space:]]+(class=[^[:space:]]*|card=[^[:space:]]*)|chip=[^[:space:]]*|rev=[^[:space:]]*|hdr=[^[:space:]]*).*/,"\n\\1","g",$0)
+ line=gensub(/(.*@.*)/,"\n\\1",$0)
+ print line
+ }' <<< "$pciconf_data" )
+ # create empty last line with this spacing trick
+ pciconf_data="$pciconf_data
+
+EOF"
+ # echo "$pciconf_data"
+ # now insert into arrays
+ IFS=$'\n'
+ A_PCICONF_DATA=( $( gawk '
+ BEGIN {
+ fullLine=""
+ driver=""
+ vendor=""
+ device=""
+ class=""
+ chipId=""
+ pciId=""
+ itemData=""
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ }
+ /^.*@/ {
+ pciId=""
+ vendor=""
+ class=""
+ driver=""
+ device=""
+ chipId=""
+ itemData=$1
+
+ driver=gensub(/^([^@]+)@.*/, "\\1", itemData )
+ pciId=gensub(/^.*@pci([0-9\.:]+).*/, "\\1", itemData )
+ sub(/:$/, "", pciId)
+ itemData=$4
+ chipId=gensub(/.*chip=([0-9a-f][0-9a-f][0-9a-f][0-9a-f])([0-9a-f][0-9a-f][0-9a-f][0-9a-f]).*/, "\\2:\\1", itemData )
+ if ( $2 == "class=020000" ) {
+ class="network"
+ }
+ else if ( $2 == "class=030000" ) {
+ class="display"
+ }
+ else if ( $2 == "class=040300" ) {
+ class="audio"
+ }
+
+ while ( getline && $1 !~ /^$/ ) {
+ if ( $1 ~ /^vendor/ ) {
+ sub(/^vendor=/, "", $1 )
+ vendor=$0
+ }
+ else if ( $1 ~ /^device/ ) {
+ sub(/^device=/, "", $1 )
+ device=$0
+ }
+ else if ( $1 ~ /^class=/ && class == "" ) {
+ sub(/^class=/, "", $1)
+ class=$0
+ }
+ }
+ if ( device == "" ) {
+ device=vendor
+ }
+
+ fullLine=class "," device "," vendor "," driver "," pciId "," chipId
+ print fullLine
+
+ }' <<< "$pciconf_data" ))
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ fi
+ else
+ A_PCICONF_DATA='pciconf-not-installed'
+ fi
+ B_PCICONF_SET='true'
+ temp_array=${A_PCICONF_DATA[@]}
+ log_function_data "$temp_array"
+ log_function_data "$pciconf_data"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+# packs standard card arrays using the pciconf stuff
+# args: $1 - audio/network/display - matches first item in A_PCICONF_DATA arrays
+get_pciconf_card_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local a_temp='' array_string='' j=0 device_string=''
+ local ip_tool_command=$( type -p ifconfig )
+ local mac='' state='' speed='' duplex='' network_string=''
+
+ for (( i=0;i<${#A_PCICONF_DATA[@]};i++ ))
+ do
+ IFS=','
+ a_temp=( ${A_PCICONF_DATA[i]} )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+
+ if [[ ${a_temp[0]} == $1 ]];then
+ # don't print the vendor if it's already in the device name
+ if [[ -z $( grep -i "${a_temp[2]}" <<< "${a_temp[1]}" ) ]];then
+ device_string="${a_temp[2]} ${a_temp[1]}"
+ else
+ device_string=${a_temp[1]}
+ fi
+ case $1 in
+ audio)
+ array_string="$device_string,${a_temp[3]},,,${a_temp[4]},,${a_temp[5]}"
+ A_AUDIO_DATA[j]=$array_string
+ ;;
+ display)
+ array_string="$device_string,${a_temp[4]},${a_temp[5]}"
+ A_GFX_CARD_DATA[j]=$array_string
+ ;;
+ network)
+ if [[ -n $ip_tool_command && -n ${a_temp[3]} ]];then
+ network_string=$( $ip_tool_command ${a_temp[3]} | gawk '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ mac=""
+ state=""
+ speed=""
+ duplex=""
+ }
+ /^[[:space:]]*ether/ {
+ mac = $2
+ }
+ /^[[:space:]]*media/ {
+ if ( $0 ~ /<.*>/ ) {
+ duplex=gensub(/.*<([^>]+)>.*/,"\\1",$0)
+ }
+ if ( $0 ~ /\(.*\)/ ) {
+ speed=gensub(/.*\(([^<[:space:]]+).*\).*/,"\\1",$0)
+ }
+ }
+ /^[[:space:]]*status/ {
+ sub(/.*status[:]?[[:space:]]*/,"", $0)
+ state=$0
+ }
+ END {
+ print state "~" speed "~" mac "~" duplex
+ }')
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $network_string ]];then
+ mac=$( cut -d '~' -f 3 <<< $network_string )
+ state=$( cut -d '~' -f 1 <<< $network_string )
+ speed=$( cut -d '~' -f 2 <<< $network_string )
+ duplex=$( cut -d '~' -f 4 <<< $network_string )
+ fi
+ array_string="$device_string,${a_temp[3]},,,${a_temp[4]},${a_temp[3]},$state,$speed,$duplex,$mac,${a_temp[5]}"
+ A_NETWORK_DATA[j]=$array_string
+ ;;
+ esac
+ ((j++))
+ fi
+ done
+
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+# args: $1 - type cpu/mem
+get_ps_tcm_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local array_length='' reorder_temp='' i=0 head_tail='' sort_type='' ps_data=''
+
+ # bummer, have to make it more complex here because of reverse sort
+ # orders in output, pesky lack of support of +rss in old systems
+ case $1 in
+ mem)
+ if [[ $BSD_TYPE != 'bsd' ]];then
+ sort_type='ps aux --sort -rss'
+ head_tail='head'
+ else
+ sort_type='ps aux -m'
+ head_tail='head'
+ fi
+ ;;
+ cpu)
+ if [[ $BSD_TYPE != 'bsd' ]];then
+ sort_type='ps aux --sort %cpu'
+ head_tail='tail'
+ else
+ sort_type='ps aux -r'
+ head_tail='head'
+ fi
+ ;;
+ esac
+
+ # throttle potential irc abuse
+ if [[ $B_RUNNING_IN_SHELL != 'true' && $PS_COUNT -gt 5 ]];then
+ PS_THROTTLED=$PS_COUNT
+ PS_COUNT=5
+ fi
+ # use eval here to avoid glitches with -
+ ps_data="$( eval $sort_type )"
+
+ IFS=$'\n'
+ # note that inxi can use a lot of cpu, and can actually show up here as the script runs
+ A_PS_DATA=( $( echo "$ps_data" | grep -Ev "($SCRIPT_NAME|%CPU|[[:space:]]ps[[:space:]])" | $head_tail -n $PS_COUNT | gawk '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ appName=""
+ appPath=""
+ appStarterName=""
+ appStarterPath=""
+ cpu=""
+ mem=""
+ pid=""
+ user=""
+ rss=""
+ }
+ {
+ cpu=$3
+ mem=$4
+ pid=$2
+ user=$1
+ rss=sprintf( "%.2f", $6/1024 )
+ # have to get rid of [,],(,) eg: [lockd] which break the printout function compare in bash
+ gsub(/\[|\]|\(|\)/,"~", $0 )
+ if ( $12 ~ /^\// ){
+ appStarterPath=$11
+ appPath=$12
+ }
+ else {
+ appStarterPath=$11
+ appPath=$11
+ }
+ appStarterName=gensub( /(\/.*\/)(.*)/, "\\2", "1", appStarterPath )
+ appName=gensub( /(\/.*\/)(.*)/, "\\2", "1", appPath )
+ print appName "," appPath "," appStarterName "," appStarterPath "," cpu "," mem "," pid "," rss "," user
+ }
+ ' ) )
+ # make the array ordered highest to lowest so output looks the way we expect it to
+ # this isn't necessary for -rss, and we can't make %cpu ordered the other way, so
+ # need to reverse it here. -rss is used because on older systems +rss is not supported
+ if [[ $1 == 'cpu' && $BSD_TYPE != 'bsd' ]];then
+ array_length=${#A_PS_DATA[@]};
+ while (( $i < $array_length/2 ))
+ do
+ reorder_temp=${A_PS_DATA[i]}f
+ A_PS_DATA[i]=${A_PS_DATA[$array_length-$i-1]}
+ A_PS_DATA[$array_length-$i-1]=$reorder_temp
+ (( i++ ))
+ done
+ fi
+
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+
+# echo ${A_PS_DATA[@]}
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+# mdstat syntax information: http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=isg3T1011259
+# note that this does NOT use either Disk or Partition information for now, ie, there
+# is no connection between the data types, but the output should still be consistent
+get_raid_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+
+ local mdstat=''
+
+ if [[ $B_MDSTAT_FILE == 'true' ]];then
+ mdstat="$( cat $FILE_MDSTAT 2>/dev/null )"
+ fi
+
+ if [[ -n $mdstat ]];then
+ # need to make sure there's always a newline in front of each record type, and
+ # also correct possible weird formats for the output from older kernels etc.
+ mdstat="$( sed -e 's/^md/\nmd/' -e 's/^unused[[:space:]]/\nunused /' \
+ -e 's/read_ahead/\nread_ahead/' -e 's/^resync=/\nresync=/' -e 's/^Event/\nEvent/' \
+ -e 's/^[[:space:]]*$//' -e 's/[[:space:]]read_ahead/\nread_ahead/' <<< "$mdstat" )"
+ # some fringe cases do not end as expected, so need to add newlines plus EOF to make sure while loop doesn't spin
+ mdstat=$( echo -e "$mdstat\n\nEOF" )
+
+ IFS=$'\n'
+ A_RAID_DATA=( $(
+ gawk '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ RS="\n"
+ }
+
+ /^personalities/ {
+ KernelRaidSupport = gensub(/personalities[[:space:]]*:[[:space:]]*(.*)/, "\\1", 1, $0)
+ # clean off the brackets
+ gsub(/[\[\]]/,"",KernelRaidSupport)
+ print "KernelRaidSupport," KernelRaidSupport
+ }
+ /^read_ahead/ {
+ ReadAhead=gensub(/read_ahead (.*)/, "\\1", 1 )
+ print "ReadAhead," ReadAhead
+ }
+ /^Event:/ {
+ print "raidEvent," $NF
+ }
+ # print logic will search for this value and use it to print out the unused devices data
+ /^unused devices/ {
+ unusedDevices = gensub(/^unused devices:[[:space:]][<]?([^>]*)[>]?.*/, "\\1", 1, $0)
+ print "UnusedDevices," unusedDevices
+ }
+
+ /^md/ {
+ # reset for each record loop through
+ deviceState = ""
+ bitmapValues = ""
+ blocks = ""
+ chunkSize = ""
+ components = ""
+ device = ""
+ deviceReport = ""
+ finishTime = ""
+ recoverSpeed = ""
+ recoveryProgressBar = ""
+ recoveryPercent = ""
+ raidLevel = ""
+ sectorsRecovered = ""
+ separator = ""
+ superBlock = ""
+ uData = ""
+
+ while ( !/^[[:space:]]*$/ ) {
+ gsub(/,/, " ", $0 )
+ gsub(/[[:space:]]+/, " ", $0 )
+ if ( $0 ~ /^md/ ) {
+ device = gensub(/(md.*)[[:space:]]?:/, "\\1", "1", $1 )
+ }
+ if ( $0 ~ /mirror|raid[0-9]+/ ) {
+ raidLevel = gensub(/(.*)raid([0-9]+)(.*)/, "\\2", "g", $0 )
+ }
+ if ( $0 ~ /(active \(auto-read-only\)|active|inactive)/ ) {
+ deviceState = gensub(/(.*) (active \(auto-read-only\)|active|inactive) (.*)/, "\\2", "1", $0 )
+ }
+ # gawk will not return all the components using gensub, only last one
+ separator = ""
+ for ( i=3; i<=NF; i++ ) {
+ if ( $i ~ /[hs]d[a-z][0-9]*(\[[0-9]+\])?(\([SF]\))?/ ) {
+ components = components separator $i
+ separator=" "
+ }
+ }
+ if ( $0 ~ /blocks/ ) {
+ blocks = gensub(/(.*[[:space:]]+)?([0-9]+)[[:space:]]blocks.*/, "\\2", "1", $0)
+ }
+ if ( $0 ~ /super[[:space:]][0-9\.]+/ ) {
+ superBlock = gensub(/.*[[:space:]]super[[:space:]]([0-9\.]+)[[:space:]].*/, "\\1", "1", $0)
+ }
+ if ( $0 ~ /algorithm[[:space:]][0-9\.]+/ ) {
+ algorithm = gensub(/.*[[:space:]]algorithm[[:space:]]([0-9\.]+)[[:space:]].*/, "\\1", "1", $0)
+ }
+ if ( $0 ~ /\[[0-9]+\/[0-9]+\]/ ) {
+ deviceReport = gensub(/.*[[:space:]]\[([0-9]+\/[0-9]+)\][[:space:]].*/, "\\1", "1", $0)
+ uData = gensub(/.*[[:space:]]\[([U_]+)\]/, "\\1", "1", $0)
+ }
+ # need to avoid this: bitmap: 0/10 pages [0KB], 16384KB chunk
+ # while currently all the normal chunks are marked with k, not kb, this can change in the future
+ if ( $0 ~ /[0-9]+[k] chunk/ && $0 !~ /bitmap/ ) {
+ chunkSize = gensub(/(.*) ([0-9]+[k]) chunk.*/, "\\2", "1", $0)
+ }
+ if ( $0 ~ /^resync=/ ) {
+ sub(/resync=/,"")
+ print "resyncStatus," $0
+ }
+ if ( $0 ~ /\[[=]*>[\.]*\].*(resync|recovery)/ ) {
+ recoveryProgressBar = gensub(/.*(\[[=]*>[\.]*\]).*/, "\\1",1,$0)
+ }
+ if ( $0 ~ / (resync|recovery)[[:space:]]*=/ ) {
+ recoveryPercent = gensub(/.* (resync|recovery)[[:space:]]*=[[:space:]]*([0-9\.]+%).*/, "\\1~\\2", 1 )
+ if ( $0 ~ /[[:space:]]\([0-9]+\/[0-9]+\)/ ) {
+ sectorsRecovered = gensub(/.* \(([0-9]+\/[0-9]+)\).*/, "\\1", 1, $0 )
+ }
+ if ( $0 ~ /finish[[:space:]]*=/ ) {
+ finishTime = gensub(/.* finish[[:space:]]*=[[:space:]]*([[0-9\.]+)([a-z]+) .*/, "\\1 \\2", 1, $0 )
+ }
+ if ( $0 ~ /speed[[:space:]]*=/ ) {
+ recoverSpeed = gensub(/.* speed[[:space:]]*=[[:space:]]*([[0-9\.]+)([a-z]+\/[a-z]+)/, "\\1 \\2", 1, $0 )
+ }
+ }
+ if ( $0 ~ /bitmap/ ) {
+ bitmapValues = gensub(/(.*[[:space:]])?bitmap:(.*)/, "\\2", 1, $0 )
+ }
+
+ getline
+ }
+ raidString = device "," deviceState "," raidLevel "," components "," deviceReport "," uData
+ raidString = raidString "," blocks "," superBlock "," algorithm "," chunkSize "," bitmapValues
+ raidString = raidString "," recoveryProgressBar "," recoveryPercent "," sectorsRecovered "," finishTime "," recoverSpeed
+
+ print raidString
+ }
+ ' <<< "$mdstat" ) )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ else
+ if [[ $BSD_TYPE == 'bsd' ]];then
+ get_raid_data_bsd
+ fi
+ fi
+ B_RAID_SET='true'
+ temp_array=${A_RAID_DATA[@]}
+ log_function_data "A_RAID_DATA: $temp_array"
+# echo -e "A_RAID_DATA:\n${temp_array}"
+
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+get_raid_data_bsd()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local zpool_path=$( type -p zpool 2>/dev/null )
+ local zpool_data=''
+
+ if [[ -n $zpool_path ]];then
+ B_BSD_RAID='true'
+ # bsd sed does not support inserting a true \n so use this trick
+ zpool_data="$( $zpool_path list -v | sed $SED_RX 's/^([^[:space:]])/\
+\1/' )"
+# echo "$zpool_data"
+ IFS=$'\n'
+ A_RAID_DATA=( $(
+ gawk '
+ BEGIN {
+ raidString=""
+ separator=""
+ components=""
+ reportSize=""
+ blocksAvailable=""
+ chunkRaidAllocated=""
+ }
+ /SIZE.*ALLOC/ {
+ sub(/.*ALLOC.*/,"", $0)
+ }
+ /^[^[:space:]]/ {
+ components=""
+ separator=""
+ raidLevel=""
+ device=$1
+ deviceState=$7
+ reportSize=$2
+ blocksAvailable=$4
+ chunkRaidAllocated=$3
+
+ # go to the next line now, this will probably need fixing later with weird data sets
+ getline
+ if ( $1 != "" ) {
+ raidLevel="zfs " $1
+ }
+
+ while ( getline && $1 !~ /^$/ ) {
+ # print $1
+ components = components separator $1
+ separator=" "
+ }
+
+ # print $1
+ raidString = device "," deviceState "," raidLevel "," components "," reportSize "," uData
+ raidString = raidString "," blocksAvailable "," superBlock "," algorithm "," chunkRaidAllocated
+ # none of these are used currently
+ raidString = raidString "," bitmapValues "," recoveryProgressBar "," recoveryPercent
+ raidString = raidString "," sectorsRecovered "," finishTime "," recoverSpeed
+ gsub(/~/,"",raidString)
+ print raidString
+ }' <<< "$zpool_data" ) )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ get_raid_component_data_bsd
+ fi
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+# note, we've already tested for zpool so no further tests required
+get_raid_component_data_bsd()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local a_raid_data='' array_string='' component='' component_string=''
+ local zpool_status='' device='' separator='' component_status=''
+
+ for (( i=0; i<${#A_RAID_DATA[@]}; i++))
+ do
+ IFS=","
+ a_raid_data=( ${A_RAID_DATA[i]} )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ separator=''
+ component_string=''
+ component_status=''
+ zpool_status=''
+ device=${a_raid_data[0]}
+ zpool_status="$( zpool status $device )"
+ # we will remove ONLINE for status and only use OFFLINE/DEGRADED as tests
+ # for print output display of issues with components
+ for component in ${a_raid_data[3]}
+ do
+ component_status=$( gawk '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ }
+ $1 ~ /^'$component'$/ {
+ sub( /ONLINE/, "", $2 )
+ print "'$component'" $2
+ exit
+ }' <<< "$zpool_status" )
+ component_string="$component_string$separator$component_status"
+ separator=' '
+ done
+ array_string="$device,${a_raid_data[1]},${a_raid_data[2]},$component_string,${a_raid_data[4]}"
+ array_string="$array_string,${a_raid_data[5]},${a_raid_data[6]},${a_raid_data[7]},${a_raid_data[8]}"
+ array_string="$array_string,${a_raid_data[9]},${a_raid_data[10]},${a_raid_data[11]},${a_raid_data[12]},"
+ array_string="$array_string${a_raid_data[13]},${a_raid_data[14]},${a_raid_data[15]}"
+ IFS=","
+ A_RAID_DATA[i]=$array_string
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ done
+
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+# get_raid_data_bsd;exit
+
+# Repos will be added as we get distro package manager data to create the repo data.
+# This method will output the file name also, which is useful to create output that's
+# neat and readable. Each line of the total number contains the following sections,
+# separated by a : for splitting in the print function
+# part one, repo type/string : part two, file name, if present, of info : part 3, repo data
+get_repo_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local repo_file='' repo_data_working='' repo_data_working2='' repo_line='' repo_files=''
+ local repo_name=''
+ local apt_file='/etc/apt/sources.list' yum_repo_dir='/etc/yum.repos.d/' yum_conf='/etc/yum.conf'
+ local pacman_conf='/etc/pacman.conf' pacman_repo_dir='/etc/pacman.d/' pisi_dir='/etc/pisi/'
+ local zypp_repo_dir='/etc/zypp/repos.d/' freebsd_conf='/etc/portsnap.conf'
+
+ # apt - debian, buntus, also sometimes some yum/rpm repos may create apt repos here as well
+ if [[ -f $apt_file || -d $apt_file.d ]];then
+ REPO_DATA="$( grep -Esv '(^[[:space:]]*$|^[[:space:]]*#)' $apt_file $apt_file.d/*.list | sed $SED_RX 's/^(.*)/apt sources:\1/' )"
+ fi
+ # yum - fedora, redhat, centos, etc. Note that rpmforge also may create apt sources
+ # in /etc/apt/sources.list.d/. Therefore rather than trying to assume what package manager is
+ # actually running, inxi will merely note the existence of each repo type for apt/yum.
+ # Also, in rpm, you can install apt-rpm for the apt-get command, so it's not good to check for
+ # only the commands in terms of selecting which repos to show.
+ if [[ -d $yum_repo_dir || -f $yum_conf || -d $zypp_repo_dir ]];then
+ if [[ -d $yum_repo_dir || -f $yum_conf ]];then
+ # older redhats put their yum data in /etc/yum.conf
+ repo_files=$( ls $yum_repo_dir*.repo $yum_conf 2>/dev/null )
+ repo_name='yum'
+ elif [[ -d $zypp_repo_dir ]];then
+ repo_files=$( ls $zypp_repo_dir*.repo 2>/dev/null )
+ repo_name='zypp'
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $repo_files ]];then
+ for repo_file in $repo_files
+ do
+ repo_data_working="$( gawk -v repoFile=$repo_file '
+ # construct the string for the print function to work with, file name: data
+ function print_line( fileName, repoId, repoUrl ){
+ print "'$repo_name' sources:" fileName ":" repoId repoUrl
+ }
+ BEGIN {
+ FS="\n"
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ enabledStatus=""
+ repoTitle=""
+ urlData=""
+ }
+ # this is a hack, assuming that each item has these fields listed, we collect the 3
+ # items one by one, then when the url/enabled fields are set, we print it out and
+ # reset the data. Not elegant but it works. Note that if enabled was not present
+ # we assume it is enabled then, and print the line, reset the variables. This will
+ # miss the last item, so it is printed if found in END
+ /^\[.+\]/ {
+ if ( urlData != "" && repoTitle != "" ){
+ print_line( repoFile, repoTitle, urlData )
+ enabledStatus=""
+ urlData=""
+ repoTitle=""
+ }
+ gsub( /\[|\]/, "", $1 ) # strip out the brackets
+ repoTitle = $1 " ~ "
+ }
+ /^(mirrorlist|baseurl)/ {
+ sub( /(mirrorlist|baseurl)[[:space:]]*=[[:space:]]*/, "", $1 ) # strip out the field starter
+ urlData = $1
+ }
+ # note: enabled = 1. enabled = 0 means disabled
+ /^enabled[[:space:]]*=/ {
+ enabledStatus = $1
+ }
+ # print out the line if all 3 values are found, otherwise if a new
+ # repoTitle is hit above, it will print out the line there instead
+ {
+ if ( urlData != "" && enabledStatus != "" && repoTitle != "" ){
+ if ( enabledStatus !~ /enabled[[:space:]]*=[[:space:]]*0/ ){
+ print_line( repoFile, repoTitle, urlData )
+ }
+ enabledStatus=""
+ urlData=""
+ repoTitle=""
+ }
+ }
+ END {
+ # print the last one if there is data for it
+ if ( urlData != "" && repoTitle != "" ){
+ print_line( repoFile, repoTitle, urlData )
+ }
+ }
+ ' $repo_file )"
+
+ # then load the global for each file as it gets filled
+ if [[ -n $repo_data_working ]];then
+ if [[ -z $REPO_DATA ]];then
+ REPO_DATA="$repo_data_working"
+ else
+ REPO_DATA="$REPO_DATA
+$repo_data_working"
+ fi
+ repo_data_working=''
+ fi
+ done
+ fi
+ # pacman - archlinux, going to assume that pisi and arch/pacman, etc don't have the above issue with apt/yum
+ elif [[ -f $pacman_conf ]];then
+ # get list of mirror include files, trim white space off ends
+ repo_data_working="$( gawk '
+ BEGIN {
+ FS="="
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ }
+ /^[[:space:]]*Include/ {
+ sub(/^[[:space:]]+|[[:space:]]+$/,"",$2)
+ print $2
+ }
+ ' $pacman_conf )"
+ # sort into unique paths only, to be used to search for server = data
+ repo_data_working=$( sort -bu <<< "$repo_data_working" | uniq )
+ repo_data_working="$repo_data_working $pacman_conf"
+ for repo_file in $repo_data_working
+ do
+ if [[ -f $repo_file ]];then
+ # inserting a new line after each found / processed match
+ repo_data_working2="$repo_data_working2$( gawk -v repoFile=$repo_file '
+ BEGIN {
+ FS="="
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ }
+ /^[[:space:]]*Server/ {
+ sub(/^[[:space:]]+|[[:space:]]+$/,"",$2)
+ print "pacman repo servers:" repoFile ":" $2 "\\n"
+ }
+ ' $repo_file )"
+ else
+ echo "Error: file listed in $pacman_conf does not exist - $repo_file"
+ fi
+ done
+ # execute line breaks
+ REPO_DATA="$( echo -e $repo_data_working2 )"
+ # pisi - pardus
+ elif [[ -d $pisi_dir && -n $( type -p pisi ) ]];then
+ REPO_DATA="$( pisi list-repo )"
+ # now we need to create the structure: repo info: repo path
+ # we do that by looping through the lines of the output and then
+ # putting it back into the <data>:<url> format print repos expects to see
+ # note this structure in the data, so store first line and make start of line
+ # then when it's an http line, add it, and create the full line collection.
+# Pardus-2009.1 [Aktiv]
+# http://packages.pardus.org.tr/pardus-2009.1/pisi-index.xml.bz2
+# Contrib [Aktiv]
+# http://packages.pardus.org.tr/contrib-2009/pisi-index.xml.bz2
+ while read repo_line
+ do
+ repo_line=$( gawk '
+ {
+ # need to dump leading/trailing spaces and clear out color codes for irc output
+ sub(/^[[:space:]]+|[[:space:]]+$/,"",$0)
+# gsub(/\x1B\[([0-9]{1,2}(;[0-9]{1,2})?)?[m|K]/,"",$0) # leaving this pattern in case need it
+ gsub(/\[([0-9];)?[0-9]+m/,"",$0)
+ print $0
+ }' <<< $repo_line )
+ if [[ -n $( grep '://' <<< $repo_line ) ]];then
+ repo_data_working="$repo_data_working:$repo_line\n"
+ else
+ repo_data_working="${repo_data_working}pisi repo:$repo_line"
+ fi
+ done <<< "$REPO_DATA"
+ # echo and execute the line breaks inserted
+ REPO_DATA="$( echo -e $repo_data_working )"
+ # Mandriva/Mageia using: urpmq
+ elif [[ -n $( type -p urpmq ) ]];then
+ REPO_DATA="$( urpmq --list-media active --list-url )"
+ # now we need to create the structure: repo info: repo path
+ # we do that by looping through the lines of the output and then
+ # putting it back into the <data>:<url> format print repos expects to see
+ # note this structure in the data, so store first line and make start of line
+ # then when it's an http line, add it, and create the full line collection.
+# Contrib ftp://ftp.uwsg.indiana.edu/linux/mandrake/official/2011/x86_64/media/contrib/release
+# Contrib Updates ftp://ftp.uwsg.indiana.edu/linux/mandrake/official/2011/x86_64/media/contrib/updates
+# Non-free ftp://ftp.uwsg.indiana.edu/linux/mandrake/official/2011/x86_64/media/non-free/release
+# Non-free Updates ftp://ftp.uwsg.indiana.edu/linux/mandrake/official/2011/x86_64/media/non-free/updates
+# Nonfree Updates (Local19) /mnt/data/mirrors/mageia/distrib/cauldron/x86_64/media/nonfree/updates
+ while read repo_line
+ do
+ repo_line=$( gawk '
+ {
+ # need to dump leading/trailing spaces and clear out color codes for irc output
+ sub(/^[[:space:]]+|[[:space:]]+$/,"",$0)
+# gsub(/\x1B\[([0-9]{1,2}(;[0-9]{1,2})?)?[m|K]/,"",$0) # leaving this pattern in case need it
+ gsub(/\[([0-9];)?[0-9]+m/,"",$0)
+ print $0
+ }' <<< $repo_line )
+ # urpmq output is the same each line, repo name space repo url, can be:
+ # rsync://, ftp://, file://, http:// OR repo is locally mounted on FS in some cases
+ if [[ -n $( grep -E '(://|[[:space:]]/)' <<< $repo_line ) ]];then
+ # cut out the repo first
+ repo_data_working2=$( grep -Eo '([^[:space:]]+://|[[:space:]]/).*' <<< $repo_line )
+ # then get the repo name string by slicing out the url string
+ repo_name=$( sed "s|[[:space:]]*$repo_data_working2||" <<< $repo_line )
+ repo_data_working="${repo_data_working}urpmq repo:$repo_name:$repo_data_working2\n"
+ fi
+ done <<< "$REPO_DATA"
+ # echo and execute the line breaks inserted
+ REPO_DATA="$( echo -e $repo_data_working )"
+ elif [[ -f $freebsd_conf ]];then
+ REPO_DATA="$( gawk -F '=' -v repoFile=$freebsd_conf '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ }
+ /^SERVERNAME/ {
+ print "BSD ports servers:" repoFile ":" $2
+ }
+ ' $freebsd_conf )"
+ fi
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+get_runlevel_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local runlvl=''
+ local runlevel_path=$( type -p runlevel )
+ if [[ -n $runlevel_path ]];then
+ runlvl="$( $runlevel_path | gawk '{ print $2 }' )"
+ fi
+ echo $runlvl
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+get_sensors_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+
+
+ local temp_array=''
+
+ IFS=$'\n'
+ if [[ -n $Sensors_Data ]];then
+ # note: non-configured sensors gives error message, which we need to redirect to stdout
+ # also, -F ':' no space, since some cases have the data starting right after,like - :1287
+ A_SENSORS_DATA=( $(
+ gawk -F ':' -v userCpuNo="$SENSORS_CPU_NO" '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ core0Temp="" # only if all else fails...
+ cpuTemp=""
+ cpuTempReal=""
+ fanWorking=""
+ indexCountaFanMain=0
+ indexCountaFanDefault=0
+ i=""
+ j=""
+ moboTemp=""
+ moboTempReal=""
+ psuTemp=""
+ separator=""
+ sysFanString=""
+ temp1=""
+ temp2=""
+ tempFanType="" # set to 1 or 2
+ tempUnit=""
+ tempWorking=""
+ tempWorkingUnit=""
+ }
+ # new data arriving: gpu temp in sensors, have to skip that
+ /^('"$SENSORS_GPU_SEARCH"')-pci/ {
+ while ( getline && !/^$/ ) {
+ # do nothing, just skip it
+ }
+ }
+ # dumping the extra + signs after testing for them, nobody has negative temps.
+ # also, note gawk treats ° as a space, so we have to get the C/F data
+ # there are some guesses here, but with more sensors samples it will get closer.
+ # note: using arrays starting at 1 for all fan arrays to make it easier overall
+ # more validation because gensub if fails to get match returns full string, so
+ # we have to be sure we are working with the actual real string before assiging
+ # data to real variables and arrays. Extracting C/F degree unit as well to use
+ # when constructing temp items for array.
+ # note that because of charset issues, no tempUnit="°" tempWorkingUnit degree sign
+ # used, but it is required in testing regex to avoid error.
+ /^(M\/B|MB|SIO|SYS)(.*)\+([0-9]+)(.*)[ \t°](C|F)/ && $2 ~ /^[ \t]*\+([0-9]+)/ {
+ moboTemp=gensub( /[ \t]+\+([0-9\.]*)(.*)/, "\\1", 1, $2 )
+ tempWorkingUnit=gensub( /[ \t]+\+([0-9\.]+)[ \t°]+([CF])(.*)/, "\\2", 1, $2 )
+ if ( tempWorkingUnit ~ /^C|F$/ && tempUnit == "" ){
+ tempUnit=tempWorkingUnit
+ }
+ }
+ /^CPU(.*)\+([0-9]+)(.*)[ \t°](C|F)/ && $2 ~ /^[ \t]*\+([0-9]+)/ {
+ cpuTemp=gensub( /[ \t]+\+([0-9\.]+)(.*)/, "\\1", 1, $2 )
+ tempWorkingUnit=gensub( /[ \t]+\+([0-9\.]+)[ \t°]+([CF])(.*)/, "\\2", 1, $2 )
+ if ( tempWorkingUnit ~ /^C|F$/ && tempUnit == "" ){
+ tempUnit=tempWorkingUnit
+ }
+ }
+ /^(P\/S|Power)(.*)\+([0-9]+)(.*)[ \t°](C|F)/ && $2 ~ /^[ \t]*\+([0-9]+)/ {
+ psuTemp=gensub( /[ \t]+\+([0-9\.]+)(.*)/, "\\1", 1, $2 )
+ tempWorkingUnit=gensub( /[ \t]+\+([0-9\.]+)[ \t°]+([CF])(.*)/, "\\2", 1, $2 )
+ if ( tempWorkingUnit ~ /^C|F$/ && tempUnit == "" ){
+ tempUnit=tempWorkingUnit
+ }
+ }
+ $1 ~ /^temp1$/ && $2 ~ /^[ \t]*\+([0-9]+)/ {
+ tempWorking=gensub( /[ \t]+\+([0-9\.]+)(.*)/, "\\1", 1, $2 )
+ if ( temp1 == "" || tempWorking > 0 ) {
+ temp1=tempWorking
+ }
+ tempWorkingUnit=gensub( /[ \t]+\+([0-9\.]+)[ \t°]+([CF])(.*)/, "\\2", 1, $2 )
+ if ( tempWorkingUnit ~ /^C|F$/ && tempUnit == "" ){
+ tempUnit=tempWorkingUnit
+ }
+ }
+ $1 ~ /^temp2$/ && $2 ~ /^[ \t]*\+([0-9]+)/ {
+ tempWorking=gensub( /[ \t]+\+([0-9\.]+)(.*)/, "\\1", 1, $2 )
+ if ( temp2 == "" || tempWorking > 0 ) {
+ temp2=tempWorking
+ }
+ tempWorkingUnit=gensub( /[ \t]+\+([0-9\.]+)[ \t°]+([CF])(.*)/, "\\2", 1, $2 )
+ if ( tempWorkingUnit ~ /^C|F$/ && tempUnit == "" ){
+ tempUnit=tempWorkingUnit
+ }
+ }
+
+ # final fallback if all else fails, funtoo user showed sensors putting
+ # temp on wrapped second line, not handled
+ /^(core0|core 0)(.*)\+([0-9]+)(.*)[ \t°](C|F)/ && $2 ~ /^[ \t]*\+([0-9]+)/ {
+ tempWorking=gensub( /[ \t]+\+([0-9\.]+)(.*)/, "\\1", 1, $2 )
+ if ( core0Temp == "" || tempWorking > 0 ) {
+ core0Temp=tempWorking
+ }
+ tempWorkingUnit=gensub( /[ \t]+\+([0-9\.]+)[ \t°]+([CF])(.*)/, "\\2", 1, $2 )
+ if ( tempWorkingUnit ~ /^C|F$/ && tempUnit == "" ){
+ tempUnit=tempWorkingUnit
+ }
+ }
+
+ # note: can be cpu fan:, cpu fan speed:, etc. Some cases have no space before
+ # $2 starts (like so :1234 RPM), so skip that space test in regex
+ /^CPU(.*)[ \t]*([0-9]+)[ \t]RPM/ {
+ aFanMain[1]=gensub( /[ \t]*([0-9]+)[ \t]+(.*)/, "\\1", 1, $2 )
+ }
+ /^(M\/B|MB|SYS)(.*)[ \t]*([0-9]+)[ \t]RPM/ {
+ aFanMain[2]=gensub( /[ \t]*([0-9]+)[ \t]+(.*)/, "\\1", 1, $2 )
+ }
+ /(Power|P\/S|POWER)(.*)[ \t]*([0-9]+)[ \t]RPM/ {
+ aFanMain[3]=gensub( /[ \t]*([0-9]+)[ \t]+(.*)/, "\\1", 1, $2 )
+ }
+ # note that the counters are dynamically set for fan numbers here
+ # otherwise you could overwrite eg aux fan2 with case fan2 in theory
+ # note: cpu/mobo/ps are 1/2/3
+ # NOTE: test: ! i in array does NOT work, this appears to be an awk/gawk bug
+ /^(AUX(1)? |CASE(1)? |CHASSIS(1)? )(.*)[ \t]*([0-9]+)[ \t]RPM/ {
+ for ( i = 4; i < 7; i++ ){
+ if ( i in aFanMain ){
+ ##
+ }
+ else {
+ aFanMain[i]=gensub( /[ \t]*([0-9]+)[ \t]+(.*)/, "\\1", 1, $2 )
+ break
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ /^(AUX([2-9]) |CASE([2-9]) |CHASSIS([2-9]) )(.*)[ \t]*([0-9]+)[ \t]RPM/ {
+ for ( i = 5; i < 30; i++ ){
+ if ( i in aFanMain ) {
+ ##
+ }
+ else {
+ sysFanNu = i
+ aFanMain[i]=gensub( /[ \t]*([0-9]+)[ \t]+(.*)/, "\\1", 1, $2 )
+ break
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ # in rare cases syntax is like: fan1: xxx RPM
+ /^(FAN(1)?[ \t:])(.*)[ \t]*([0-9]+)[ \t]RPM/ {
+ aFanDefault[1]=gensub( /[ \t]*([0-9]+)[ \t]+(.*)/, "\\1", 1, $2 )
+ }
+ /^FAN([2-9]|1[0-9])(.*)[ \t]*([0-9]+)[ \t]RPM/ {
+ fanWorking=gensub( /[ \t]*([0-9]+)[ \t]+(.*)/, "\\1", 1, $2 )
+ sysFanNu=gensub( /fan([0-9]+)/, "\\1", 1, $1 )
+ if ( sysFanNu ~ /^([0-9]+)$/ ) {
+ # add to array if array index does not exist OR if number is > existing number
+ if ( sysFanNu in aFanDefault ) {
+ if ( fanWorking >= aFanDefault[sysFanNu] ) {
+ aFanDefault[sysFanNu]=fanWorking
+ }
+ }
+ else {
+ aFanDefault[sysFanNu]=fanWorking
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ END {
+ # first we need to handle the case where we have to determine which temp/fan to use for cpu and mobo:
+ # note, for rare cases of weird cool cpus, user can override in their prefs and force the assignment
+ if ( temp1 != "" && temp2 != "" ){
+ if ( userCpuNo != "" && userCpuNo ~ /(1|2)/ ) {
+ tempFanType=userCpuNo
+ }
+ else {
+ # first some fringe cases with cooler cpu than mobo: assume which is cpu temp based on fan speed
+ # but only if other fan speed is 0
+ if ( temp1 >= temp2 && 1 in aFanDefault && 2 in aFanDefault && aFanDefault[1] == 0 && aFanDefault[2] > 0 ) {
+ tempFanType=2
+ }
+ else if ( temp2 >= temp1 && 1 in aFanDefault && 2 in aFanDefault && aFanDefault[2] == 0 && aFanDefault[1] > 0 ) {
+ tempFanType=1
+ }
+ # then handle the standard case if these fringe cases are false
+ else if ( temp1 >= temp2 ) {
+ tempFanType=1
+ }
+ else {
+ tempFanType=2
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ # need a case for no temps at all reported, like with old intels
+ else if ( temp2 == "" && cpuTemp == "" ){
+ if ( temp1 == "" && moboTemp == "" ){
+ tempFanType=1
+ }
+ else if ( temp1 != "" && moboTemp == "" ){
+ tempFanType=1
+ }
+ else if ( temp1 != "" && moboTemp != "" ){
+ tempFanType=1
+ }
+ }
+
+ # then get the real cpu temp, best guess is hottest is real
+ if ( cpuTemp != "" ){
+ cpuTempReal=cpuTemp
+ }
+ else if ( tempFanType != "" ){
+ if ( tempFanType == 1 ){
+ cpuTempReal=temp1
+ }
+ else {
+ cpuTempReal=temp2
+ }
+ }
+ else {
+ cpuTempReal=temp1
+ }
+ # if all else fails, use core0 temp if it is present and cpu is null
+ if ( cpuTempReal == "" && core0Temp != "" ) {
+ cpuTempReal=core0Temp
+ }
+
+ # then the real mobo temp
+ if ( moboTemp != "" ){
+ moboTempReal=moboTemp
+ }
+ else if ( tempFanType != "" ){
+ if ( tempFanType == 1 ) {
+ moboTempReal=temp2
+ }
+ else {
+ moboTempReal=temp1
+ }
+ }
+ else {
+ moboTempReal=temp2
+ }
+ # then set the cpu fan speed
+ if ( aFanMain[1] == "" ) {
+ # note, you cannot test for aFanDefault[1] or [2] != ""
+ # because that creates an array item in gawk just by the test itself
+ if ( tempFanType == 1 && 1 in aFanDefault ) {
+ aFanMain[1]=aFanDefault[1]
+ aFanDefault[1]=""
+ }
+ else if ( tempFanType == 2 && 2 in aFanDefault ) {
+ aFanMain[1]=aFanDefault[2]
+ aFanDefault[2]=""
+ }
+ }
+
+ # then we need to get the actual numeric max array count for both fan arrays
+ for (i = 0; i <= 29; i++) {
+ if ( i in aFanMain && i > indexCountaFanMain ) {
+ indexCountaFanMain=i
+ }
+ }
+ for (i = 0; i <= 14; i++) {
+ if ( i in aFanDefault && i > indexCountaFanDefault ) {
+ indexCountaFanDefault=i
+ }
+ }
+
+ # clear out any duplicates. Primary fan real trumps fan working always if same speed
+ for (i = 1; i <= indexCountaFanMain; i++) {
+ if ( i in aFanMain && aFanMain[i] != "" && aFanMain[i] != 0 ) {
+ for (j = 1; j <= indexCountaFanDefault; j++) {
+ if ( j in aFanDefault && aFanMain[i] == aFanDefault[j] ) {
+ aFanDefault[j] = ""
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ # now see if you can find the fast little mobo fan, > 5000 rpm and put it as mobo
+ # note that gawk is returning true for some test cases when aFanDefault[j] < 5000
+ # which has to be a gawk bug, unless there is something really weird with arrays
+ # note: 500 > aFanDefault[j] < 1000 is the exact trigger, and if you manually
+ # assign that value below, the > 5000 test works again, and a print of the value
+ # shows the proper value, so the corruption might be internal in awk.
+ # Note: gensub is the culprit I think, assigning type string for range 501-1000 but
+ # type integer for all others, this triggers true for >
+ for (j = 1; j <= indexCountaFanDefault; j++) {
+ if ( j in aFanDefault && int( aFanDefault[j] ) > 5000 && aFanMain[2] == "" ) {
+ aFanMain[2] = aFanDefault[j]
+ aFanDefault[j] = ""
+ # then add one if required for output
+ if ( indexCountaFanMain < 2 ) {
+ indexCountaFanMain = 2
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ # then construct the sys_fan string for echo, note that iteration 1
+ # makes: fanDefaultString separator null, ie, no space or ,
+ for (j = 1; j <= indexCountaFanDefault; j++) {
+ fanDefaultString = fanDefaultString separator aFanDefault[j]
+ separator=","
+ }
+ separator="" # reset to null for next loop
+ # then construct the sys_fan string for echo
+ for (j = 1; j <= indexCountaFanMain; j++) {
+ fanMainString = fanMainString separator aFanMain[j]
+ separator=","
+ }
+
+ # and then build the temps:
+ if ( moboTempReal != "" ) {
+ moboTempReal = moboTempReal tempUnit
+ }
+ if ( cpuTempReal != "" ) {
+ cpuTempReal = cpuTempReal tempUnit
+ }
+
+ # if they are ALL null, print error message. psFan is not used in output currently
+ if ( cpuTempReal == "" && moboTempReal == "" && aFanMain[1] == "" && aFanMain[2] == "" && aFanMain[3] == "" && fanDefaultString == "" ) {
+ print "No active sensors found. Have you configured your sensors yet?"
+ }
+ else {
+ # then build array arrays:
+ print cpuTempReal "," moboTempReal "," psuTemp
+ # this is for output, a null print line does NOT create a new array index in bash
+ if ( fanMainString == "" ) {
+ fanMainString=","
+ }
+ print fanMainString
+ print fanDefaultString
+ }
+ }' <<< "$Sensors_Data" ) )
+ fi
+
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ temp_array=${A_SENSORS_DATA[@]}
+ log_function_data "A_SENSORS_DATA: $temp_array"
+# echo "A_SENSORS_DATA: ${A_SENSORS_DATA[@]}"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+get_sensors_output()
+{
+ local sensors_path=$( type -p sensors ) sensors_data=''
+
+ if [[ -n $sensors_path ]];then
+ sensors_data="$( $sensors_path 2>/dev/null )"
+ if [[ -n "$sensors_data" ]];then
+ # make sure the file ends in newlines then characters, the newlines are lost in the echo unless
+ # the data ends in some characters
+ sensors_data="$sensors_data\n\n###"
+ fi
+ fi
+ echo -e "$sensors_data"
+}
+
+get_shell_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+
+ local shell_type="$( ps -p $PPID -o comm= 2>/dev/null )"
+ local shell_version=''
+
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' && -n $shell_type ]];then
+ case $shell_type in
+ bash)
+ shell_version=$( get_de_app_version "$shell_type" "^GNU[[:space:]]bash,[[:space:]]version" "4" | \
+ sed $SED_RX 's/(\(.*|-release|-version)//' )
+ ;;
+ # csh/dash use dpkg package version data, debian/buntu only
+ csh)
+ shell_version=$( get_de_app_version "$shell_type" "^tcsh" "2" )
+ ;;
+ dash)
+ shell_version=$( get_de_app_version "$shell_type" "$shell_type" "3" )
+ ;;
+ ksh)
+ shell_version=$( get_de_app_version "$shell_type" "version" "5" )
+ ;;
+ tcsh)
+ shell_version=$( get_de_app_version "$shell_type" "^tcsh" "2" )
+ ;;
+ zsh)
+ shell_version=$( get_de_app_version "$shell_type" "^zsh" "2" )
+ ;;
+ esac
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $shell_version ]];then
+ shell_type="$shell_type $shell_version"
+ fi
+ echo $shell_type
+
+ eval $LOGFS
+}
+
+get_shell_parent()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local shell_parent='' script_parent=''
+
+ # removed --no-headers to make bsd safe, adding in -j to make output the same
+ script_parent=$( ps -j -fp $PPID 2>/dev/null | gawk '/'"$PPID"'/ { print $3 }' )
+ log_function_data "script parent: $script_parent"
+ shell_parent=$( ps -j -p $script_parent 2>/dev/null | gawk '/'"$script_parent"'/ { print $NF}' )
+ # no idea why have to do script_parent action twice in su case, but you do, oh well.
+ if [[ $shell_parent == 'su' ]];then
+ script_parent=$( ps -j -fp $script_parent 2>/dev/null | gawk '/'"$script_parent"'/ { print $3 }' )
+ script_parent=$( ps -j -fp $script_parent 2>/dev/null | gawk '/'"$script_parent"'/ { print $3 }' )
+ shell_parent=$( ps -j -p $script_parent 2>/dev/null | gawk '/'"$script_parent"'/ { print $NF}' )
+ fi
+ echo $shell_parent
+ log_function_data "shell parent final: $shell_parent"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+# this will be used for some bsd data types
+# args: $1 - option type
+get_sysctl_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+
+ local sysctl_data=''
+
+ if [[ $B_SYSCTL ]];then
+ sysctl_data="$( sysctl -$1 )"
+ fi
+ # log_function_data "sysctl_data: $sysctl_data"
+ echo "$sysctl_data"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+get_tty_console_irc()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local tty_number=''
+ if [[ -n ${IRC_CLIENT} ]];then
+ tty_number=$( gawk '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ }
+ # if multiple irc clients open, can give wrong results
+ # so make sure to also use the PPID number to get the right tty
+ /.*'$PPID'.*'${IRC_CLIENT}'/ {
+ gsub(/[^0-9]/, "", $7)
+ print $7
+ exit
+ }' <<< "$Ps_aux_Data" )
+ fi
+ log_function_data "tty_number: $tty_number"
+ echo $tty_number
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+get_tty_number()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+
+ local tty_number=$( basename "$( tty 2>/dev/null )" | sed 's/[^0-9]*//g' )
+
+ echo $tty_number
+
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+get_unmounted_partition_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local a_unmounted_working='' mounted_partitions='' separator='|' unmounted_fs=''
+ local dev_working='' uuid_working='' label_working='' a_raid_working='' raid_partitions=''
+
+ if [[ $B_PARTITIONS_FILE == 'true' ]];then
+ # set dev disk label/uuid data globals
+ get_partition_dev_data 'label'
+ get_partition_dev_data 'uuid'
+ # load the raid data array here so we can exclude its partitions
+ if [[ $B_RAID_SET != 'true' ]];then
+ get_raid_data
+ fi
+ # sr0 type cd drives are showing up now as unmounted partitions
+ mounted_partitions="scd[0-9]+|sr[0-9]+|cdrom[0-9]*|cdrw[0-9]*|dvd[0-9]*|dvdrw[0-9]*"
+ # create list for slicing out the mounted partitions
+ for (( i=0; i < ${#A_PARTITION_DATA[@]}; i++ ))
+ do
+ IFS=","
+ a_unmounted_working=( ${A_PARTITION_DATA[i]} )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ if [[ -n ${a_unmounted_working[6]} ]];then
+ mounted_partitions="$mounted_partitions$separator${a_unmounted_working[6]}"
+ fi
+ done
+ # now we need to exclude the mdraid partitions from the unmounted partition output as well
+ for (( i=0; i < ${#A_RAID_DATA[@]}; i++ ))
+ do
+ IFS=","
+ a_raid_working=( ${A_RAID_DATA[i]} )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ if [[ -n ${a_raid_working[3]} ]];then
+ raid_partitions=$( sed $SED_RX 's/(\([^\)]*\)|\[[^\]]*\])//g' <<< ${a_raid_working[3]}\
+ | sed 's/[[:space:]]\+/|/g' )
+ mounted_partitions="$mounted_partitions$separator$raid_partitions"
+ fi
+ done
+
+ A_UNMOUNTED_PARTITION_DATA=( $( grep -Ev '[[:space:]]('$mounted_partitions')$' $FILE_PARTITIONS | gawk '
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ }
+ # note that size 1 means it is a logical extended partition container
+ # lvm might have dm-1 type syntax
+ # need to exclude loop type file systems, squashfs for example
+ /[a-z][0-9]+$|dm-[0-9]+$/ && $3 != 1 && $NF !~ /loop/ {
+ size = sprintf( "%.2f", $3*1024/1000**3 )
+ print $4 "," size "G"
+ }' ) )
+
+ for (( i=0; i < ${#A_UNMOUNTED_PARTITION_DATA[@]}; i++ ))
+ do
+ IFS=","
+ a_unmounted_working=( ${A_UNMOUNTED_PARTITION_DATA[i]} )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+
+ label_working=$( grep -E "${a_unmounted_working[0]}$" <<< "$DEV_DISK_LABEL" | gawk '{
+ print $(NF - 2)
+ }' )
+ uuid_working=$( grep -E "${a_unmounted_working[0]}$" <<< "$DEV_DISK_UUID" | gawk '{
+ print $(NF - 2)
+ }' )
+ unmounted_fs=$( get_unmounted_partition_filesystem "/dev/${a_unmounted_working[0]}" )
+
+ IFS=","
+ A_UNMOUNTED_PARTITION_DATA[i]=${a_unmounted_working[0]}","${a_unmounted_working[1]}","$label_working","$uuid_working","$unmounted_fs
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ done
+ fi
+# echo "${A_PARTITION_DATA[@]}"
+# echo "${A_UNMOUNTED_PARTITION_DATA[@]}"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+# a few notes, normally file -s requires root, but you can set user rights in /etc/sudoers.
+# list of file systems: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_file_systems
+# args: $1 - /dev/<disk><part> to be tested for
+get_unmounted_partition_filesystem()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local partition_filesystem='' sudo_command=''
+
+ if [[ $B_FILE_TESTED != 'true' ]];then
+ B_FILE_TESTED='true'
+ FILE_PATH=$( type -p file )
+ fi
+
+ if [[ $B_SUDO_TESTED != 'true' ]];then
+ B_SUDO_TESTED='true'
+ SUDO_PATH=$( type -p sudo )
+ fi
+
+ if [[ -n $FILE_PATH && -n $1 ]];then
+ # only use sudo if not root, -n option requires sudo -V 1.7 or greater. sudo will just error out
+ # which is the safest course here for now, otherwise that interactive sudo password thing is too annoying
+ # important: -n makes it non interactive, no prompt for password
+ if [[ $B_ROOT != 'true' && -n $SUDO_PATH ]];then
+ sudo_command='sudo -n '
+ fi
+ # this will fail if regular user and no sudo present, but that's fine, it will just return null
+ # note the hack that simply slices out the first line if > 1 items found in string
+ # also, if grub/lilo is on partition boot sector, no file system data is available
+ # BSD fix: -Eio -Em 1
+ partition_filesystem=$( eval $sudo_command $FILE_PATH -s $1 | grep -Eio '(ext2|ext3|ext4|ext5|ext[[:space:]]|ntfs|fat32|fat16|fat[[:space:]]\(.*\)|vfat|fatx|tfat|swap|btrfs|ffs[[:space:]]|hfs\+|hfs[[:space:]]plus|hfs[[:space:]]extended[[:space:]]version[[:space:]][1-9]|hfsj|hfs[[:space:]]|jfs[[:space:]]|nss[[:space:]]|reiserfs|reiser4|ufs2|ufs[[:space:]]|xfs[[:space:]]|zfs[[:space:]])' | grep -Em 1 '.*' )
+ if [[ -n $partition_filesystem ]];then
+ echo $partition_filesystem
+ fi
+ fi
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+## return uptime string
+get_uptime()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ ## note: removing gsub(/ /,"",a); to get get space back in there, goes right before print a
+ local uptime_value="$( uptime | gawk '{
+ a = gensub(/^.*up *([^,]*).*$/,"\\1","g",$0)
+ print a
+ }' )"
+ echo "$uptime_value"
+ log_function_data "uptime_value: $uptime_value"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+get_weather_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+
+ local location_site='http://geoip.ubuntu.com/lookup'
+ local weather_feed='http://api.wunderground.com/auto/wui/geo/WXCurrentObXML/index.xml?query='
+ local weather_spider='http://wunderground.com/'
+ local data_grab_error='' wget_error=0
+ local b_test_loc=false b_test_weather=false b_debug=false
+ local test_dir="$HOME/bin/scripts/inxi/data/weather/"
+ local test_location='location2.xml' test_weather='weather-feed.xml'
+ local location_data='' location='' weather_data='' location_array_value='' a_location=''
+ local weather_array_value='' site_elevation='' temp_array=''
+
+ # first we get the location data, once that is parsed and handled, we move to getting the
+ # actual weather data, assuming no errors
+ if [[ -n $ALTERNATE_WEATHER_LOCATION ]];then
+ # note, this api does not support spaces in names, replace spaces with + sign.
+ location=$ALTERNATE_WEATHER_LOCATION
+ # echo $ALTERNATE_WEATHER_LOCATION;exit
+ else
+ if [[ $b_test_loc != 'true' ]];then
+ location_data=$( wget -q -t 1 -T $WGET_TIMEOUT -O- $location_site || wget_error=$? )
+ log_function_data "$location_data"
+ if [[ $wget_error -ne 0 ]];then
+ data_grab_error="Error: location server up but download error - wget: $wget_error"
+ fi
+ wget_error=0
+ else
+ if [[ -f $test_dir$test_location ]];then
+ location_data="$( cat $test_dir$test_location )"
+ else
+ data_grab_error="Error: location xml local file not found."
+ fi
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $data_grab_error ]];then
+ :
+ elif [[ -z $( grep -i '<Response' <<< $location_data ) ]];then
+ data_grab_error="Error: location downloaded but data contains no xml."
+ else
+ # clean up xml and make easy to process with newlines, note, bsd sed has no support for inserting
+ # \n dircctly so we have to use this hack
+ # location_data="$( sed $SED_RX 's|><|>\n<|g' <<< $location_data )"
+ location_data="$( sed $SED_RX 's|><|>\
+<|g' <<< $location_data )"
+ # echo -e "ld:\n$location_data"
+ location_array_value=$( gawk '
+ function clean(data) {
+ returnData=""
+ # some lines might be empty, so ignore those
+ if (data !~ /^<[^>]+>$/ ) {
+ returnData=gensub(/(.*>)([^<]*)(<.*)/, "\\2", 1, data)
+ }
+ return returnData
+ }
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ locationString=""
+ countryCode=""
+ countryCode3=""
+ countryName=""
+ regionCode=""
+ regionName=""
+ city=""
+ postalCode=""
+ latitude=""
+ longitude=""
+ timeZone=""
+ areaCode=""
+ }
+ /CountryCode/ {
+ if ( $0 ~ /CountryCode3/ ){
+ countryCode3=clean($0)
+ }
+ else {
+ countryCode=clean($0)
+ }
+ }
+ /CountryName/ {
+ countryName = clean($0)
+ }
+ /RegionCode/ {
+ regionCode = clean($0)
+ }
+ /RegionName/ {
+ regionName = clean($0)
+ }
+ /City/ {
+ city = clean($0)
+ }
+ /ZipPostalCode/ {
+ postalCode = clean($0)
+ }
+ /Latitude/ {
+ latitude = clean($0)
+ }
+ /Longitude/ {
+ longitude = clean($0)
+ }
+ /TimeZone/ {
+ timeZone = clean($0)
+ }
+ END {
+ locationString = city ";" regionCode ";" regionName ";" countryName ";" countryCode ";" countryCode3
+ locationString = locationString ";" latitude "," longitude ";" postalCode ";" timeZone
+ print locationString
+ }' <<< "$location_data" )
+ fi
+ A_WEATHER_DATA[0]=$location_array_value
+ IFS=";"
+ a_location=( ${A_WEATHER_DATA[0]} )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+
+ # assign location, cascade from most accurate
+ # latitude,longitude first
+ if [[ -n ${a_location[6]} ]];then
+ location="${a_location[6]}"
+ # city,state next
+ elif [[ -n ${a_location[0]} && -n ${a_location[1]} ]];then
+ location="${a_location[0]},${a_location[1]}"
+ # postal code last, that can be a very large region
+ elif [[ -n ${a_location[7]} ]];then
+ location=${a_location[7]}
+ fi
+ fi
+ if [[ $b_debug == 'true' ]];then
+ echo -e "location array:\n${A_WEATHER_DATA[0]}"
+ echo "location: $location"
+ fi
+ log_function_data "location: $location"
+
+ if [[ -z $location && -z $data_grab_error ]];then
+ data_grab_error="Error: location data downloaded but no location detected."
+ fi
+
+ # now either dump process or go on to get weather data
+ if [[ -z $data_grab_error ]];then
+ if [[ $b_test_weather != 'true' ]];then
+ weather_data="$( wget -q -t 1 -T $WGET_TIMEOUT -O- $weather_feed"$location" || wget_error=$? )"
+ if [[ $wget_error -ne 0 ]];then
+ data_grab_error="Error: weather server up but download error - wget: $wget_error"
+ fi
+ log_function_data "$weather_data"
+ else
+ if [[ -f $test_dir$test_weather ]];then
+ weather_data="$( cat $test_dir$test_weather)"
+ else
+ data_grab_error="Error: weather feed xml local file not found."
+ fi
+ fi
+ if [[ -z $data_grab_error && -z $( grep -i '<current_observation' <<< $weather_data ) ]];then
+ data_grab_error="Error: weather data downloaded but shows no xml start."
+ fi
+ if [[ -z $data_grab_error ]];then
+ # trim off zeros
+ weather_data=$( sed 's/^[[:space:]]*//' <<< "$weather_data" )
+ site_elevation=$( grep -im 1 '<elevation>' <<< "$weather_data" | sed $SED_RX -e 's/<[^>]*>//g' \
+ -e 's/\.[0-9]*//' )
+ # we need to grab the location data from the feed for remote checks
+ if [[ -n $ALTERNATE_WEATHER_LOCATION && -n $weather_data ]];then
+ location_data=$( sed -e '/<current_observation>/,/<display_location>/d' -e '/<\/display_location>/,/<\/current_observation>/d' <<< "$weather_data" )
+ # echo -e "ld1:\n$location_data"
+ A_WEATHER_DATA[0]=$( gawk '
+ function clean(data) {
+ returnData=""
+ # some lines might be empty, so ignore those
+ if (data !~ /^<[^>]+>$/ ) {
+ returnData=gensub(/(.*>)([^<]*)(<.*)/, "\\2", 1, data)
+ gsub(/^[[:space:]]+|[[:space:]]+$|^NA$|^N\/A$/, "", returnData)
+ }
+ return returnData
+ }
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ city=""
+ state=""
+ country=""
+ }
+ /<city>/ {
+ city=clean($0)
+ }
+ /<state>/ {
+ state=clean($0)
+ }
+ /<country>/ {
+ country=clean($0)
+ }
+ END {
+ print city ";" state ";;;;" country
+ }' <<< "$location_data" )
+ # echo -e "location:\n${A_WEATHER_DATA[0]}"
+ fi
+
+ # clean off everything before/after observation_location
+ weather_data=$( sed -e '/<current_observation>/,/<observation_location>/d' \
+ -e '/<icons>/,/<\/current_observation>/d' <<< "$weather_data" -e 's/^[[:space:]]*$//g' -e '/^$/d' )
+
+ # echo "$weather_data";exit
+ weather_array_value=$( gawk -v siteElevation="$site_elevation" '
+ function clean(data) {
+ returnData=""
+ # some lines might be empty, so ignore those
+ if (data !~ /^<[^>]+>$/ ) {
+ returnData=gensub(/(.*>)([^<]*)(<.*)/, "\\2", 1, data)
+ gsub(/^[[:space:]]+|[[:space:]]+$|^NA$|^N\/A$/, "", returnData)
+ }
+ return returnData
+ }
+ BEGIN {
+ IGNORECASE=1
+ observationTime=""
+ localTime=""
+ weather=""
+ tempString=""
+ humidity=""
+ windString=""
+ pressureString=""
+ dewpointString=""
+ heatIndexString=""
+ windChillString=""
+ weatherString=""
+ }
+ /observation_time>/ {
+ observationTime=clean($0)
+ sub(/Last Updated on /, "", observationTime )
+ }
+ /local_time>/ {
+ localTime=clean($0)
+ }
+ /<weather/ {
+ weather=clean($0)
+ }
+ /temperature_string/ {
+ tempString=clean($0)
+ }
+ /relative_humidity/ {
+ humidity=clean($0)
+ }
+ /wind_string/ {
+ windString=clean($0)
+ }
+ /pressure_string/ {
+ pressureString=clean($0)
+ }
+ /heat_index_string/ {
+ heatIndexString=clean($0)
+ }
+ /windchill_string/ {
+ windChillString=clean($0)
+ }
+ END {
+ weatherString = observationTime ";" localTime ";" weather ";" tempString ";" humidity
+ weatherString = weatherString ";" windString ";" pressureString ";" dewpointString ";" heatIndexString
+ weatherString = weatherString ";" windChillString ";" siteElevation
+ print weatherString
+ }' <<< "$weather_data" )
+ fi
+ if [[ -z $weather_array_value ]];then
+ data_grab_error="Error: weather info downloaded but no data detected."
+ else
+ A_WEATHER_DATA[1]=$weather_array_value
+ fi
+ fi
+ # now either dump process or go on to get weather data
+ if [[ -n $data_grab_error ]];then
+ A_WEATHER_DATA=$data_grab_error
+ log_function_data "data grab error: $data_grab_error"
+ fi
+
+ if [[ $b_debug == 'true' ]];then
+ echo "site_elevation: $site_elevation"
+ echo "${A_WEATHER_DATA[1]}"
+ fi
+ temp_array=${A_WEATHER_DATA[@]}
+ log_function_data "A_WEATHER_DATA: $temp_array"
+
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+# ALTERNATE_WEATHER_LOCATION='portland,or'
+# get_weather_data;exit
+
+#### -------------------------------------------------------------------
+#### special data handling for specific options and conditions
+#### -------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+# args: $1 - string to strip color code characters out of
+# returns count of string length minus colors
+calculate_line_length()
+{
+ local string="$1"
+ # ansi:  irc: \x0312
+ string=$( sed -e "s/\x1b\[[0-9]\{1,2\}\(;[0-9]\{1,2\}\)\{0,2\}m//g" -e "s/\\\x0[0-9]\{1,3\}//g" <<< $string )
+ count=$( wc -c <<< $string )
+ echo $count
+}
+
+## multiply the core count by the data to be calculated, bmips, cache
+# args: $1 - string to handle; $2 - cpu count
+calculate_multicore_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local string_number=$1 string_data=''
+
+ if [[ -n $( grep -Ei '( mb| kb)' <<< $1 ) ]];then
+ string_data=" $( gawk '{print $2}' <<< $1 )" # add a space for output
+ string_number=$( gawk '{print $1}' <<< $1 )
+ fi
+ # handle weird error cases where it's not a number
+ if [[ -n $( grep -E '^[0-9\.,]+$' <<< $string_number ) ]];then
+ string_number=$( echo $string_number $2 | gawk '{
+ total = $1*$2
+ print total
+ }' )
+ elif [[ $string_number == '' ]];then
+ string_number='N/A'
+ else
+ # I believe that the above returns 'unknown' by default so no need for extra text
+ string_number="$string_number "
+ fi
+ echo "$string_number$string_data"
+ log_function_data "string_numberstring_data: $string_number$string_data"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+# prints out shortened list of flags, the main ones of interest
+# args: $1 - string of cpu flags to process
+process_cpu_flags()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+
+ local cpu_flags_working=$1
+ local bits=$( uname -m | grep 64 )
+
+ # no need to show pae for 64 bit cpus, it's pointless
+ if [[ -n $bits ]];then
+ cpu_flags_working=$( sed 's/[[:space:]]*pae//' <<< "$cpu_flags_working" )
+ fi
+ # must have a space after last item in list for RS=" "
+ cpu_flags_working="$cpu_flags_working "
+
+ # nx = AMD stack protection extensions
+ # lm = Intel 64bit extensions
+ # sse, sse2, pni = sse1,2,3,4,5 gfx extensions
+ # svm = AMD pacifica virtualization extensions
+ # vmx = Intel IVT (vanderpool) virtualization extensions
+ cpu_flags=$(
+ echo "$cpu_flags_working" | gawk '
+ BEGIN {
+ RS=" "
+ count = 0
+ i = 1 # start at one because of for increment issue
+ flag_string = ""
+ }
+
+ /^(lm|nx|pae|pni|svm|vmx|(sss|ss)e([2-9])?([a-z])?(_[0-9])?)$/ {
+ if ( $0 == "pni" ){
+ a_flags[i] = "sse3"
+ }
+ else {
+ a_flags[i] = $0
+ }
+ i++
+ }
+ END {
+ count = asort( a_flags )
+ # note: why does gawk increment before the loop and not after? weird.
+ for ( i=0; i <= count; i++ ){
+ if ( flag_string == "" ) {
+ flag_string = a_flags[i]
+ }
+ else {
+ flag_string = flag_string " " a_flags[i]
+ }
+ }
+ print flag_string
+ }' )
+
+ #grep -oE '\<(nx|lm|sse[0-9]?|pni|svm|vmx)\>' | tr '\n' ' '))
+ if [[ -z $cpu_flags ]];then
+ cpu_flags="-"
+ fi
+ echo "$cpu_flags"
+ log_function_data "cpu_flags: $cpu_flags"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+#### -------------------------------------------------------------------
+#### print and processing of output data
+#### -------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+#### MASTER PRINT FUNCTION - triggers all line item print functions
+## main function to print out, master for all sub print functions.
+print_it_out()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ # note that print_it_out passes local variable values on to its children,
+ # and in some cases, their children, with Lspci_v_Data
+ local Lspci_v_Data='' Lspci_n_Data='' # only for verbose
+ local Sysctl_a_Data='' Dmesg_Boot_Data=''
+
+ if [[ -n $BSD_TYPE ]];then
+ Sysctl_a_Data="$( get_sysctl_data 'a' )"
+ Dmesg_Boot_Data="$( get_dmesg_boot_data )"
+ fi
+
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_SHORT_OUTPUT == 'true' ]];then
+ print_short_data
+ else
+ Lspci_v_Data="$( get_lspci_data 'v' )"
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ Lspci_n_Data="$( get_lspci_data 'n' )"
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_SYSTEM == 'true' ]];then
+ print_system_data
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_MACHINE == 'true' ]];then
+ print_machine_data
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_WEATHER == 'true' ]];then
+ print_weather_data
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_BASIC_CPU == 'true' || $B_SHOW_CPU == 'true' ]];then
+ print_cpu_data
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_GRAPHICS == 'true' ]];then
+ print_gfx_data
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_AUDIO == 'true' ]];then
+ print_audio_data
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_NETWORK == 'true' ]];then
+ print_networking_data
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_DISK_TOTAL == 'true' || $B_SHOW_BASIC_DISK == 'true' || $B_SHOW_DISK == 'true' ]];then
+ print_hard_disk_data
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_PARTITIONS == 'true' ]];then
+ print_partition_data
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_RAID == 'true' || $B_SHOW_BASIC_RAID == 'true' ]];then
+ print_raid_data
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_UNMOUNTED_PARTITIONS == 'true' ]];then
+ print_unmounted_partition_data
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_SENSORS == 'true' ]];then
+ print_sensors_data
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_REPOS == 'true' ]];then
+ print_repo_data
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_PS_CPU_DATA == 'true' || $B_SHOW_PS_MEM_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ print_ps_data
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_INFO == 'true' ]];then
+ print_info_data
+ fi
+ fi
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+#### SHORT OUTPUT PRINT FUNCTION, ie, verbosity 0
+# all the get data stuff is loaded here to keep execution time down for single line print commands
+# these will also be loaded in each relevant print function for long output
+print_short_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local current_kernel=$( get_kernel_version )
+ local processes=$(( $( wc -l <<< "$Ps_aux_Data" ) - 1 ))
+ local short_data='' i='' b_background_black='false'
+ local memory=$( get_memory_data )
+ local up_time="$( get_uptime )"
+
+ # set A_CPU_CORE_DATA
+ get_cpu_core_count
+ local cpc_plural='' cpu_count_print='' model_plural=''
+ local cpu_physical_count=${A_CPU_CORE_DATA[0]}
+ local cpu_core_count=${A_CPU_CORE_DATA[3]}
+ local cpu_core_alpha=${A_CPU_CORE_DATA[1]}
+ local cpu_type=${A_CPU_CORE_DATA[2]}
+
+ if [[ $cpu_physical_count -gt 1 ]];then
+ cpc_plural='(s)'
+ model_plural='s'
+ cpu_count_print="$cpu_physical_count "
+ fi
+
+ local cpu_data_string="${cpu_count_print}${cpu_core_alpha} core"
+# local cpu_core_count=${A_CPU_CORE_DATA[0]}
+
+ # load A_HDD_DATA
+ get_hdd_data_basic
+ ## note: if hdd_model is declared prior to use, whatever string you want inserted will
+ ## be inserted first. In this case, it's desirable to print out (x) before each disk found.
+ local a_hdd_data_count=$(( ${#A_HDD_DATA[@]} - 1 ))
+ IFS=","
+ local a_hdd_basic_working=( ${A_HDD_DATA[$a_hdd_data_count]} )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ local hdd_capacity=${a_hdd_basic_working[0]}
+ local hdd_used=${a_hdd_basic_working[1]}
+
+ # load A_CPU_DATA
+ get_cpu_data
+
+ IFS=","
+ local a_cpu_working=(${A_CPU_DATA[0]})
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ local cpu_model="${a_cpu_working[0]}"
+ ## assemble data for output
+ local cpu_clock="${a_cpu_working[1]}" # old CPU3
+ # this gets that weird min/max final array item, which almost never contains any data of use
+ local min_max_clock_nu=$(( ${#A_CPU_DATA[@]} - 1 ))
+ local min_max_clock=${A_CPU_DATA[$min_max_clock_nu]}
+ # this handles the case of for example ARM cpus, which will not have data for
+ # min/max, since they don't have speed. Since that sets a flag, not found, just
+ # look for that and use the speed from the first array array, same where we got
+ # model from
+ if [[ "$min_max_clock" == 'N/A' && ${a_cpu_working[1]} != '' ]];then
+ min_max_clock="${a_cpu_working[1]} MHz"
+ fi
+ local patch_version_number=$( get_patch_version_string )
+
+ #set_color_scheme 12
+ if [[ $B_RUNNING_IN_SHELL == 'false' ]];then
+ for i in $C1 $C2 $CN
+ do
+ case "$i" in
+ "$GREEN"|"$WHITE"|"$YELLOW"|"$CYAN")
+ b_background_black='true'
+ ;;
+ esac
+ done
+ if [[ $b_background_black == 'true' ]];then
+ for i in C1 C2 CN
+ do
+ ## these need to be in quotes, don't know why
+ if [[ ${!i} == $NORMAL ]];then
+ declare $i="${!i}15,1"
+ else
+ declare $i="${!i},1"
+ fi
+ done
+ #C1="${C1},1"; C2="${C2},1"; CN="${CN},1"
+ fi
+ fi
+ short_data="${C1}CPU$cpc_plural${C2}${SEP1}${cpu_data_string} ${cpu_model}$model_plural (${cpu_type}) clocked at ${min_max_clock}${SEP2}${C1}Kernel${C2}${SEP1}${current_kernel}${SEP2}${C1}Up${C2}${SEP1}${up_time}${SEP2}${C1}Mem${C2}${SEP1}${memory}${SEP2}${C1}HDD${C2}${SEP1}${hdd_capacity}($hdd_used)${SEP2}${C1}Procs${C2}${SEP1}${processes}${SEP2}"
+
+ if [[ $SHOW_IRC -gt 0 ]];then
+ short_data="${short_data}${C1}Client${C2}${SEP1}${IRC_CLIENT}${IRC_CLIENT_VERSION}${SEP2}"
+ fi
+ short_data="${short_data}${C1}$SCRIPT_NAME${C2}${SEP1}$SCRIPT_VERSION_NUMBER$patch_version_number${SEP2}${CN}"
+ if [[ $SCHEME -gt 0 ]];then
+ short_data="${short_data} $NORMAL"
+ fi
+ print_screen_output "$short_data"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+#### LINE ITEM PRINT FUNCTIONS
+
+# print sound card data
+print_audio_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local i='' card_id='' audio_data='' a_audio_data='' port_data='' pci_bus_id='' card_string=''
+ local a_audio_working='' audio_driver='' alsa_data='' port_plural='' module_version=''
+ local bus_usb_text='' bus_usb_id='' line_starter='Audio:' alsa='' alsa_version='' print_data=''
+ local driver=''
+ # set A_AUDIO_DATA and get alsa data
+ if [[ $BSD_TYPE == 'bsd' ]];then
+ if [[ $B_PCICONF_SET == 'false' ]];then
+ get_pciconf_data
+ fi
+ get_pciconf_card_data 'audio'
+ else
+ get_audio_data
+ fi
+
+ get_audio_alsa_data
+ # alsa driver data now prints out no matter what
+ if [[ -n $A_ALSA_DATA ]];then
+ IFS=","
+ if [[ -n ${A_ALSA_DATA[0]} ]];then
+ alsa=${A_ALSA_DATA[0]}
+ else
+ alsa='N/A'
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${A_ALSA_DATA[1]} ]];then
+ alsa_version=${A_ALSA_DATA[1]}
+ else
+ alsa_version='N/A'
+ fi
+ alsa_data="${C1}Sound:${C2} $alsa ${C1}ver$SEP3${C2} $alsa_version"
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ fi
+ # note, error handling is done in the get function, so this will never be null, but
+ # leaving the test just in case it's changed.
+ if [[ -n ${A_AUDIO_DATA[@]} ]];then
+ for (( i=0; i< ${#A_AUDIO_DATA[@]}; i++ ))
+ do
+ IFS=","
+ a_audio_working=( ${A_AUDIO_DATA[i]} )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ port_data=''
+ audio_driver=''
+ audio_data=''
+ card_string=''
+ port_plural=''
+ module_version=''
+ pci_bus_id=''
+ bus_usb_text=''
+ bus_usb_id=''
+ print_data=''
+ vendor_product=''
+
+ if [[ ${#A_AUDIO_DATA[@]} -gt 1 ]];then
+ card_id="-$(( $i + 1 ))"
+ fi
+ if [[ $BSD_TYPE != 'bsd' ]];then
+ if [[ -n ${a_audio_working[3]} && $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ module_version=$( print_module_version "${a_audio_working[3]}" 'audio' )
+ elif [[ -n ${a_audio_working[1]} && $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ module_version=$( print_module_version "${a_audio_working[1]}" 'audio' )
+ fi
+ fi
+ # we're testing for the presence of the 2nd array item here, which is the driver name
+ if [[ -n ${a_audio_working[1]} ]];then
+ # note: linux drivers can have numbers, like tg3
+ if [[ $BSD_TYPE == 'bsd' ]];then
+ driver=$( sed 's/[0-9]$//' <<< ${a_audio_working[1]} )
+ else
+ driver=${a_audio_working[1]}
+ fi
+ audio_driver="${C1}driver$SEP3${C2} ${driver} "
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${a_audio_working[2]} && $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ $( wc -w <<< ${a_audio_working[2]} ) -gt 1 ]];then
+ port_plural='s'
+ fi
+ port_data="${C1}port$port_plural$SEP3${C2} ${a_audio_working[2]} "
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${a_audio_working[4]} && $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ ${a_audio_working[1]} != 'USB Audio' ]];then
+ bus_usb_text='bus-ID'
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ $BSD_TYPE != 'bsd' ]];then
+ vendor_product=$( get_lspci_vendor_product "${a_audio_working[4]}" )
+ else
+ vendor_product=${a_audio_working[6]}
+ fi
+ fi
+ else
+ bus_usb_text='usb-ID'
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ vendor_product=${a_audio_working[5]}
+ fi
+ fi
+ bus_usb_id=${a_audio_working[4]}
+ pci_bus_id="${C1}$bus_usb_text$SEP3${C2} $bus_usb_id "
+ if [[ -n $vendor_product ]];then
+ vendor_product="${C1}chip-ID$SEP3${C2} $vendor_product "
+ fi
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${a_audio_working[0]} ]];then
+ card_string="${C1}Card$card_id:${C2} ${a_audio_working[0]} "
+ audio_data="$audio_driver$port_data$pci_bus_id$vendor_product"
+ fi
+ # only print alsa on last line if short enough, otherwise print on its own line
+ if [[ $i -eq 0 ]];then
+ if [[ -n $alsa_data && $( calculate_line_length "$card_string${audio_data}$alsa_data" ) -lt $LINE_MAX ]];then
+ audio_data="$audio_data$alsa_data"
+ alsa_data=''
+ fi
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $audio_data ]];then
+ if [[ $( calculate_line_length "$card_string$audio_data" ) -lt $LINE_MAX ]];then
+ print_data=$( create_print_line "$line_starter" "$card_string$audio_data" )
+ print_screen_output "$print_data"
+ # print the line
+ else
+ # keep the driver on the same line no matter what, looks weird alone on its own line
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_DATA != 'true' ]];then
+ print_data=$( create_print_line "$line_starter" "$card_string$audio_data" )
+ print_screen_output "$print_data"
+ else
+ print_data=$( create_print_line "$line_starter" "$card_string" )
+ print_screen_output "$print_data"
+ line_starter=' '
+ print_data=$( create_print_line "$line_starter" "$audio_data" )
+ print_screen_output "$print_data"
+ fi
+ fi
+ line_starter=' '
+ fi
+ done
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $alsa_data ]];then
+ alsa_data=$( sed 's/ALSA/Advanced Linux Sound Architecture/' <<< $alsa_data )
+ alsa_data=$( create_print_line "$line_starter" "$alsa_data" )
+ print_screen_output "$alsa_data"
+ fi
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+print_cpu_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local cpu_data='' i='' cpu_clock_speed='' cpu_multi_clock_data=''
+ local bmip_data='' cpu_cache='' cpu_vendor='' cpu_flags='' flag_feature='flags'
+ local a_cpu_working='' cpu_model='' cpu_clock='' cpu_null_error=''
+ local cpc_plural='' cpu_count_print='' model_plural='' cpu_data_string=''
+ local cpu_physical_count='' cpu_core_count='' cpu_core_alpha='' cpu_type=''
+
+ ##print_screen_output "A_CPU_DATA[0]=\"${A_CPU_DATA[0]}\""
+ # Array A_CPU_DATA always has one extra element: max clockfreq found.
+ # that's why its count is one more than you'd think from cores/cpus alone
+ # load A_CPU_DATA
+ get_cpu_data
+
+ IFS=","
+ a_cpu_working=(${A_CPU_DATA[0]})
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+
+ # Strange (and also some expected) behavior encountered. If print_screen_output() uses $1
+ # as the parameter to output to the screen, then passing "<text1> ${ARR[@]} <text2>"
+ # will output only <text1> and first element of ARR. That "@" splits in elements and "*" _doesn't_,
+ # is to be expected. However, that text2 is consecutively truncated is somewhat strange, so take note.
+ # This has been confirmed by #bash on freenode.
+ # The above mentioned only emerges when using the debugging markers below
+ ## print_screen_output "a_cpu_working=\"***${a_cpu_working[@]} $hostName+++++++\"----------"
+ # unless all these are null, process whatever you have
+ if [[ -n ${a_cpu_working[0]} || -n ${a_cpu_working[1]} || -n ${a_cpu_working[2]} || -n ${a_cpu_working[3]} ]];then
+ cpu_model="${a_cpu_working[0]}"
+ ## assemble data for output
+ cpu_clock="${a_cpu_working[1]}"
+
+ cpu_vendor=${a_cpu_working[5]}
+
+ # set A_CPU_CORE_DATA
+ get_cpu_core_count
+ cpu_physical_count=${A_CPU_CORE_DATA[0]}
+ cpu_core_count=${A_CPU_CORE_DATA[3]}
+ cpu_core_alpha=${A_CPU_CORE_DATA[1]}
+ cpu_type=${A_CPU_CORE_DATA[2]}
+
+ if [[ $cpu_physical_count -gt 1 ]];then
+ cpc_plural='(s)'
+ cpu_count_print="$cpu_physical_count "
+ model_plural='s'
+ fi
+
+ cpu_data_string="${cpu_count_print}${cpu_core_alpha} core"
+ cpu_data=$( create_print_line "CPU$cpc_plural:" "${C1}${cpu_data_string}${C2} ${a_cpu_working[0]}$model_plural (${cpu_type})" )
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_CPU == 'true' ]];then
+ # update for multicore, bogomips x core count.
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ # if [[ $cpu_vendor != 'intel' ]];then
+ # ARM may use the faked 1 cpucorecount to make this work
+ # echo $cpu_core_count $cpu_physical_count
+ if [[ -n ${a_cpu_working[4]} ]];then
+ bmip_data=$( calculate_multicore_data "${a_cpu_working[4]}" "$(( $cpu_core_count * $cpu_physical_count ))" )
+ fi
+ # else
+ # bmip_data="${a_cpu_working[4]}"
+ # fi
+ # bogomips are a linux thing, but my guess is over time bsds will use them somewhere anyway
+ if [[ $BSD_TYPE == 'bsd' && -z $bmip_data ]];then
+ bmip_data=''
+ else
+ bmip_data=" ${C1}bmips$SEP3${C2} $bmip_data"
+ fi
+ fi
+ ## note: this handles how intel reports L2, total instead of per core like AMD does
+ # note that we need to multiply by number of actual cpus here to get true cache size
+ if [[ -n ${a_cpu_working[2]} ]];then
+ if [[ $cpu_vendor != 'intel' ]];then
+ cpu_cache=$( calculate_multicore_data "${a_cpu_working[2]}" "$(( $cpu_core_count * $cpu_physical_count ))" )
+ else
+ cpu_cache=$( calculate_multicore_data "${a_cpu_working[2]}" "$cpu_physical_count" )
+ fi
+ else
+ cpu_cache='N/A'
+ fi
+ # only print shortened list
+ if [[ $B_CPU_FLAGS_FULL != 'true' ]];then
+ # gawk has already sorted this output, no flags returns -
+ cpu_flags=$( process_cpu_flags "${a_cpu_working[3]}" "${a_cpu_working[6]}" )
+ cpu_flags="($cpu_flags)"
+ if [[ ${a_cpu_working[6]} == 'true' ]];then
+ flag_feature='features'
+ fi
+ cpu_flags=" ${C1}$flag_feature$SEP3${C2} $cpu_flags"
+ fi
+ # arm cpus do not have flags or cache
+ if [[ ${a_cpu_working[6]} != 'true' ]];then
+ cpu_data="$cpu_data${C2} ${C1}cache$SEP3${C2} $cpu_cache$cpu_flags$bmip_data${CN}"
+ else
+ cpu_data="$cpu_data${C2} (ARM)$bmip_data${CN}"
+ fi
+ fi
+ # we don't this printing out extra line unless > 1 cpu core
+ if [[ ${#A_CPU_DATA[@]} -gt 2 && $B_SHOW_CPU == 'true' ]];then
+ cpu_clock_speed='' # null < verbosity level 5
+ else
+ cpu_data="$cpu_data ${C1}clocked at${C2} ${a_cpu_working[1]} MHz${CN}"
+ fi
+ cpu_data="$cpu_data $cpu_clock_speed"
+ else
+ if [[ $BSD_TYPE == 'bsd' && $B_ROOT != 'true' ]];then
+ cpu_null_error=' No permissions for sysctl use?'
+ fi
+ cpu_data=$( create_print_line "CPU:" "${C2}No CPU data available.$cpu_null_error" )
+ fi
+ print_screen_output "$cpu_data"
+ # we don't this printing out extra line unless > 1 cpu core
+ # note the numbering, the last array item is the min/max/not found for cpu speeds
+ if [[ ${#A_CPU_DATA[@]} -gt 2 && $B_SHOW_CPU == 'true' ]];then
+ for (( i=0; i < ${#A_CPU_DATA[@]}-1; i++ ))
+ do
+ IFS=","
+ a_cpu_working=(${A_CPU_DATA[i]})
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ # note: the first iteration will create a first space, for color code separation below
+ cpu_multi_clock_data="$cpu_multi_clock_data ${C1}$(( i + 1 )):${C2} ${a_cpu_working[1]} MHz${CN}"
+ # someone actually appeared with a 16 core system, so going to stop the cpu core throttle
+ # if this had some other purpose which we can't remember we'll add it back in
+ #if [[ $i -gt 10 ]];then
+ # break
+ #fi
+ done
+ if [[ -n $cpu_multi_clock_data ]];then
+ cpu_multi_clock_data=$( create_print_line " " "${C1}Clock Speeds:${C2}$cpu_multi_clock_data" )
+ print_screen_output "$cpu_multi_clock_data"
+ fi
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_CPU_FLAGS_FULL == 'true' ]];then
+ print_cpu_flags_full "${a_cpu_working[3]}" "${a_cpu_working[6]}"
+ fi
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+# takes list of all flags, split them and prints x per line
+# args: $1 - cpu flag string; $2 - arm true/false
+print_cpu_flags_full()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ # note: sort only sorts lines, not words in a string, so convert to lines
+ local cpu_flags_full="$( echo $1 | tr " " "\n" | sort )"
+ local a_cpu_flags='' line_starter=''
+ local i=0 counter=0 max_length=85 max_length_minus=15 flag='' flag_data=''
+ local line_length_max='' flag_feature='Flags'
+
+ if [[ $2 == 'true' ]];then
+ flag_feature='Features'
+ fi
+
+
+ # build the flag line array
+ for flag in $cpu_flags_full
+ do
+ a_cpu_flags[$counter]="${a_cpu_flags[$counter]}$flag "
+ if [[ $counter -eq 0 ]];then
+ line_length_max=$(( $max_length - $max_length_minus ))
+ else
+ line_length_max=$max_length
+ fi
+
+ if [[ $( wc -c <<< ${a_cpu_flags[$counter]} ) -gt $line_length_max ]];then
+ (( counter++ ))
+ fi
+ done
+ # then print it out
+ for (( i=0; i < ${#a_cpu_flags[@]};i++ ))
+ do
+ if [[ $i -eq 0 ]];then
+ line_starter="${C1}CPU $flag_feature$SEP3${C2} "
+ else
+ line_starter=''
+ fi
+ flag_data=$( create_print_line " " "$line_starter${a_cpu_flags[$i]}" )
+ print_screen_output "$flag_data"
+ done
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+print_gfx_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local gfx_data='' i='' card_id='' root_alert='' root_x_string='' a_gfx_working=''
+ local b_is_mesa='false' display_full_string='' gfx_bus_id='' gfx_card_data=''
+ local res_tty='Resolution' xorg_data='' x_vendor_string='' vendor_product=''
+ local spacer='' x_driver='' x_driver_string='' x_driver_plural='' direct_render_string=''
+ local separator_loaded='' separator_unloaded='' separator_failed=''
+ local loaded='' unloaded='' failed=''
+ local line_starter='Graphics:'
+ local screen_resolution="$( get_graphics_res_data )"
+
+ # set A_X_DATA
+ get_graphics_x_data
+ local x_vendor=${A_X_DATA[0]}
+ local x_version=${A_X_DATA[1]}
+ # set A_GLX_DATA
+ get_graphics_glx_data
+ local glx_renderer="${A_GLX_DATA[0]}"
+ local glx_version="${A_GLX_DATA[1]}"
+ # this can contain a long No case debugging message, so it's being sliced off
+ # note: using grep -ioE '(No|Yes)' <<< ${A_GLX_DATA[2]} did not work in Arch, no idea why
+ local glx_direct_render=$( gawk '{print $1}' <<< "${A_GLX_DATA[2]}" )
+
+ # set A_GFX_CARD_DATA
+ if [[ $BSD_TYPE == 'bsd' ]];then
+ if [[ $B_PCICONF_SET == 'false' ]];then
+ get_pciconf_data
+ fi
+ get_pciconf_card_data 'display'
+ else
+ get_graphics_card_data
+ fi
+ # set A_GRAPHIC_DRIVERS
+ get_graphics_driver
+
+ if [[ ${#A_GRAPHIC_DRIVERS[@]} -eq 0 ]];then
+ x_driver=' N/A'
+ else
+ for (( i=0; i < ${#A_GRAPHIC_DRIVERS[@]}; i++ ))
+ do
+ IFS=","
+ a_gfx_working=( ${A_GRAPHIC_DRIVERS[i]} )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ case ${a_gfx_working[1]} in
+ loaded)
+ loaded="$loaded$separator_loaded${a_gfx_working[0]}"
+ separator_loaded=','
+ ;;
+ unloaded)
+ unloaded="$unloaded$separator_unloaded${a_gfx_working[0]}"
+ separator_unloaded=','
+ ;;
+ failed)
+ failed="$failed$separator_failed${a_gfx_working[0]}"
+ separator_failed=','
+ ;;
+ esac
+ done
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $loaded ]];then
+ x_driver="${x_driver} $loaded"
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $unloaded ]];then
+ x_driver="${x_driver} (unloaded: $unloaded)"
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $failed ]];then
+ x_driver="${x_driver} ${RED}FAILED:${C2} $failed"
+ fi
+ # sometimes for some reason there is no driver found but the array is started
+ if [[ -z $x_driver ]];then
+ x_driver=' N/A'
+ fi
+
+ if [[ ${#A_GRAPHIC_DRIVERS[@]} -gt 1 ]];then
+ x_driver_plural='s'
+ fi
+ x_driver_string="${C1}driver$x_driver_plural$SEP3${C2}$x_driver "
+
+ # some basic error handling:
+ if [[ -z $screen_resolution ]];then
+ screen_resolution='N/A'
+ fi
+ if [[ -z $x_vendor || -z $x_version ]];then
+ x_vendor_string="${C1}X-Vendor:${C2} N/A "
+ else
+ x_vendor_string="${C1}$x_vendor$SEP3${C2} $x_version "
+ fi
+
+ if [[ $B_ROOT == 'true' ]];then
+ root_x_string='for root '
+ if [[ $B_RUNNING_IN_SHELL == 'true' || $B_CONSOLE_IRC == 'true' ]];then
+ res_tty='tty size'
+ fi
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_RUNNING_IN_X != 'true' ]];then
+ root_x_string="${root_x_string}out of X"
+ res_tty='tty size'
+ fi
+
+ if [[ -n $root_x_string ]];then
+ root_x_string="${C1}Advanced Data:${C2} N/A $root_x_string"
+ fi
+
+ display_full_string="$x_vendor_string$x_driver_string${C1}${res_tty}$SEP3${C2} ${screen_resolution} $root_x_string"
+
+ if [[ ${#A_GFX_CARD_DATA[@]} -gt 0 ]];then
+ for (( i=0; i < ${#A_GFX_CARD_DATA[@]}; i++ ))
+ do
+ IFS=","
+ a_gfx_working=( ${A_GFX_CARD_DATA[i]} )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ gfx_bus_id=''
+ gfx_card_data=${a_gfx_working[0]}
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ -n ${a_gfx_working[1]} ]];then
+ gfx_bus_id=" ${C1}bus-ID$SEP3${C2} ${a_gfx_working[1]}"
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ $BSD_TYPE != 'bsd' ]];then
+ vendor_product=$( get_lspci_vendor_product "${a_gfx_working[1]}" )
+ else
+ vendor_product=${a_gfx_working[2]}
+ fi
+ fi
+ else
+ gfx_bus_id=" ${C1}bus-ID$SEP3${C2} N/A"
+ fi
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $vendor_product ]];then
+ vendor_product=" ${C1}chip-ID$SEP3${C2} $vendor_product"
+ fi
+ if [[ ${#A_GFX_CARD_DATA[@]} -gt 1 ]];then
+ card_id="Card-$(($i+1)):"
+ else
+ card_id='Card:'
+ fi
+ gfx_data="${C1}$card_id${C2} $gfx_card_data$gfx_bus_id$vendor_product "
+ if [[ ${#A_GFX_CARD_DATA[@]} -gt 1 ]];then
+ gfx_data=$( create_print_line "$line_starter" "${gfx_data}" )
+ print_screen_output "$gfx_data"
+ line_starter=' '
+ gfx_data=''
+ fi
+ done
+ # handle cases where card detection fails, like in PS3, where lspci gives no output, or headless boxes..
+ else
+ gfx_data="${C1}Card:${C2} Failed to Detect Video Card! "
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $gfx_data && $( calculate_line_length "${gfx_data}$display_full_string" ) -lt $LINE_MAX ]];then
+ gfx_data=$( create_print_line "$line_starter" "${gfx_data}$display_full_string" )
+ else
+ if [[ -n $gfx_data ]];then
+ gfx_data=$( create_print_line "$line_starter" "$gfx_data" )
+ print_screen_output "$gfx_data"
+ line_starter=' '
+ fi
+ gfx_data=$( create_print_line "$line_starter" "$display_full_string" )
+ fi
+ print_screen_output "$gfx_data"
+# if [[ -z $glx_renderer || -z $glx_version ]];then
+# b_is_mesa='true'
+# fi
+
+ ## note: if glx render or version have no content, then mesa is true
+ # if [[ $B_SHOW_X_DATA == 'true' ]] && [[ $b_is_mesa != 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_X_DATA == 'true' && $B_ROOT != 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ -z $glx_renderer ]];then
+ glx_renderer='N/A'
+ fi
+ if [[ -z $glx_version ]];then
+ glx_version='N/A'
+ fi
+ if [[ -z $glx_direct_render ]];then
+ glx_direct_render='N/A'
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_HANDLE_CORRUPT_DATA == 'true' || $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ direct_render_string=" ${C1}Direct Rendering$SEP3${C2} ${glx_direct_render}${CN}"
+ fi
+ gfx_data="${C1}GLX Renderer$SEP3${C2} ${glx_renderer} ${C1}GLX Version$SEP3${C2} ${glx_version}${CN}$direct_render_string"
+ gfx_data=$( create_print_line " " "$gfx_data" )
+
+ print_screen_output "$gfx_data"
+ fi
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+print_hard_disk_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local hdd_data='' hdd_data_2='' a_hdd_working='' hdd_temp_data='' hdd_string=''
+ local hdd_serial=''
+ local dev_data='' size_data='' hdd_model='' usb_data='' hdd_name='' divisor=5
+ local Line_Starter='Drives:' # inherited by print_optical_drives
+
+ # load A_HDD_DATA
+ get_hdd_data_basic
+ ## note: if hdd_model is declared prior to use, whatever string you want inserted will
+ ## be inserted first. In this case, it's desirable to print out (x) before each disk found.
+ local a_hdd_data_count=$(( ${#A_HDD_DATA[@]} - 1 ))
+ IFS=","
+ local a_hdd_basic_working=( ${A_HDD_DATA[$a_hdd_data_count]} )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ local hdd_capacity="${a_hdd_basic_working[0]}"
+ local hdd_used=${a_hdd_basic_working[1]}
+ local bsd_unsupported='Hard drive data not yet supported for BSD systems.'
+ local hdd_name_temp=''
+
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_BASIC_DISK == 'true' || $B_SHOW_DISK == 'true' ]];then
+ ## note: the output part of this should be in the print hdd data function, not here
+ get_hard_drive_data_advanced
+ for (( i=0; i < ${#A_HDD_DATA[@]} - 1; i++ ))
+ do
+ # this adds the (x) numbering in front of each disk found, and creates the full disk string
+ IFS=","
+ a_hdd_working=( ${A_HDD_DATA[i]} )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_DISK == 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ -n ${a_hdd_working[3]} ]];then
+ usb_data="${a_hdd_working[3]} "
+ else
+ usb_data=''
+ fi
+ dev_data="/dev/${a_hdd_working[0]} "
+ size_data=" ${C1}size$SEP3${C2} ${a_hdd_working[1]}"
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' && -n $dev_data ]];then
+ hdd_temp_data=$( get_hdd_temp_data "$dev_data" )
+ # error handling is done in get data function
+ if [[ -n $hdd_temp_data ]];then
+ hdd_temp_data=" ${C1}temp$SEP3${C2} ${hdd_temp_data}C"
+ else
+ hdd_temp_data=''
+ fi
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ hdd_serial=$( get_hdd_serial_number "${a_hdd_working[0]}" )
+ if [[ -z $hdd_serial ]];then
+ hdd_serial='N/A'
+ fi
+ hdd_serial=" ${C1}serial$SEP3${C2} $hdd_serial"
+ divisor=1 # print every line
+ else
+ divisor=2 # for modulus line print out, either 2 items for full, or default for short
+ fi
+ dev_data="${C1}id$SEP3${C2} /dev/${a_hdd_working[0]} "
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${a_hdd_working[2]} ]];then
+ hdd_name_temp=${a_hdd_working[2]}
+ else
+ hdd_name_temp='N/A'
+ fi
+ hdd_name="${C1}model$SEP3${C2} $hdd_name_temp"
+ hdd_string="$usb_data$dev_data$hdd_name$size_data$hdd_serial$hdd_temp_data"
+ hdd_model="${hdd_model}${C1}$(($i+1)):${C2} $hdd_string "
+ # printing line one, then new lines according to $divisor setting, and after, if leftovers, print that line.
+ case $i in
+ 0)
+ if [[ $divisor -eq 1 ]];then
+ hdd_data=$( create_print_line "$Line_Starter" "${C1}HDD Total Size:${C2} ${hdd_capacity} (${hdd_used})" )
+ print_screen_output "$hdd_data"
+ Line_Starter=' '
+ hdd_data=$( create_print_line "$Line_Starter" "${hdd_model}" )
+ print_screen_output "$hdd_data"
+ hdd_model=''
+ else
+ hdd_data=$( create_print_line "$Line_Starter" "${C1}HDD Total Size:${C2} ${hdd_capacity} (${hdd_used}) ${hdd_model}" )
+ print_screen_output "$hdd_data"
+ hdd_model=''
+ Line_Starter=' '
+ fi
+ ;;
+ *)
+ # using modulus here, if divisible by $divisor, print line, otherwise skip
+ if [[ $(( $i % $divisor )) -eq 0 ]];then
+ hdd_data=$( create_print_line "$Line_Starter" "${hdd_model}${CN}" )
+ print_screen_output "$hdd_data"
+ hdd_model=''
+ Line_Starter=' '
+ fi
+ ;;
+ esac
+ done
+ # then print any leftover items
+ if [[ -n $hdd_model ]];then
+ hdd_data=$( create_print_line "$Line_Starter" "${hdd_model}${CN}" )
+ print_screen_output "$hdd_data"
+ fi
+ # temporary message to indicate not yet supported
+ if [[ $BSD_TYPE == 'bsd' ]];then
+ hdd_data=$bsd_unsupported
+ hdd_data=$( create_print_line "$Line_Starter" "$hdd_data${CN}" )
+ print_screen_output "$hdd_data"
+ Line_Starter=' '
+ fi
+ else
+ # temporary message to indicate not yet supported
+ hdd_data="${C1}HDD Total Size:${C2} ${hdd_capacity} (${hdd_used})"
+ if [[ $BSD_TYPE == 'bsd' ]];then
+ hdd_data=$bsd_unsupported
+ fi
+ hdd_data=$( create_print_line "$Line_Starter" "$hdd_data${CN}" )
+ print_screen_output "$hdd_data"
+ Line_Starter=' '
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_FULL_OPTICAL == 'true' || $B_SHOW_BASIC_OPTICAL == 'true' ]];then
+ print_optical_drive_data
+ fi
+
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+print_info_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+
+ local info_data='' line_starter='Info:'
+ local runlvl='' client_data='' shell_data='' shell_parent='' tty_session=''
+ local memory="$( get_memory_data )"
+ local processes=$(( $( wc -l <<< "$Ps_aux_Data" ) - 1 ))
+ local up_time="$( get_uptime )"
+ local patch_version_number=$( get_patch_version_string )
+ local gcc_string='' gcc_installed='' gcc_others='' closing_data=''
+
+ if [[ -z $memory ]];then
+ memory='N/A'
+ fi
+
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ get_gcc_system_version
+ if [[ ${#A_GCC_VERSIONS[@]} -gt 0 ]];then
+ if [[ -n ${A_GCC_VERSIONS[0]} ]];then
+ gcc_installed=${A_GCC_VERSIONS[0]}
+ else
+ gcc_installed='N/A'
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' && -n ${A_GCC_VERSIONS[1]} ]];then
+ gcc_others=" ${C1}alt$SEP3${C2} $( tr ',' '/' <<< ${A_GCC_VERSIONS[1]} )"
+ fi
+ gcc_installed="${C1}Gcc sys$SEP3${C2} $gcc_installed$gcc_others "
+ fi
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_RUNNING_IN_SHELL == 'true' ]];then
+ shell_data=$( get_shell_data )
+ if [[ -n $shell_data ]];then
+ # note, if you start this in tty, it will give 'login' as the parent, which we don't want.
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ $B_RUNNING_IN_X != 'true' ]];then
+ shell_parent=$( get_tty_number )
+ shell_parent="tty $shell_parent"
+ else
+ shell_parent=$( get_shell_parent )
+ fi
+ if [[ $shell_parent == 'login' ]];then
+ shell_parent=''
+ elif [[ -n $shell_parent ]];then
+ shell_parent=" running in $shell_parent"
+ fi
+ fi
+ IRC_CLIENT="$IRC_CLIENT ($shell_data$shell_parent)"
+ fi
+ fi
+
+ # Some code could look superfluous but BitchX doesn't like lines not ending in a newline. F*&k that bitch!
+ # long_last=$( echo -ne "${C1}Processes$SEP3${C2} ${processes}${CN} | ${C1}Uptime$SEP3${C2} ${up_time}${CN} | ${C1}Memory$SEP3${C2} ${MEM}${CN}" )
+ info_data="${C1}Processes$SEP3${C2} ${processes} ${C1}Uptime$SEP3${C2} ${up_time} ${C1}Memory$SEP3${C2} ${memory}${CN} "
+
+ # this only triggers if no X data is present or if extra data switch is on
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_X_DATA != 'true' || $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ runlvl="$( get_runlevel_data )"
+ if [[ -n $runlvl ]];then
+ info_data="${info_data}${C1}Runlevel$SEP3${C2} ${runlvl} "
+ fi
+ fi
+ if [[ $SHOW_IRC -gt 0 ]];then
+ client_data="${C1}Client$SEP3${C2} ${IRC_CLIENT}${IRC_CLIENT_VERSION} "
+ fi
+ info_data="${info_data}$gcc_installed"
+ closing_data="$client_data${C1}$SCRIPT_NAME$SEP3${C2} $SCRIPT_VERSION_NUMBER$patch_version_number${CN}"
+ if [[ -n $info_data && $( calculate_line_length "$info_data$closing_data" ) -gt $LINE_MAX ]];then
+ info_data=$( create_print_line "$line_starter" "$info_data" )
+ print_screen_output "$info_data"
+ info_data="$closing_data"
+ line_starter=' '
+ else
+ info_data="${info_data}$closing_data"
+ fi
+ info_data=$( create_print_line "$line_starter" "$info_data" )
+ if [[ $SCHEME -gt 0 ]];then
+ info_data="${info_data} ${NORMAL}"
+ fi
+ print_screen_output "$info_data"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+print_machine_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+
+ local system_line='' mobo_line='' bios_line='' chassis_line=''
+ local mobo_vendor='' mobo_model='' mobo_version='' mobo_serial=''
+ local bios_vendor='' bios_version='' bios_date='' bios_rom=''
+ local system_vendor='' product_name='' product_version='' product_serial='' product_uuid=''
+ local chassis_vendor='' chassis_type='' chassis_version='' chassis_serial=''
+ local b_skip_system='false' b_skip_chassis='false'
+ local sysDmiError='No /sys/class/dmi, using '
+ local sysDmiNull='No /sys/class/dmi machine data: try newer kernel, or install dmidecode'
+ # set A_MACHINE_DATA
+ get_machine_data
+
+ if [[ -n $BSD_TYPE ]];then
+ sysDmiError=''
+ sysDmiNull='No machine data available. Is dmidecode installed?'
+ fi
+
+ IFS=','
+ ## keys for machine data are:
+ # 0-sys_vendor 1-product_name 2-product_version 3-product_serial 4-product_uuid
+ # 5-board_vendor 6-board_name 7-board_version 8-board_serial
+ # 9-bios_vendor 10-bios_version 11-bios_date
+ ## with extra data:
+ # 12-chassis_vendor 13-chassis_type 14-chassis_version 15-chassis_serial
+
+ if [[ ${#A_MACHINE_DATA[@]} -gt 0 ]];then
+ # note: in some case a mobo/version will match a product name/version, do not print those
+ # but for laptops, or even falsely id'ed desktops with batteries, let's print it all if it matches
+ # there can be false id laptops if battery appears so need to make sure system is filled
+ if [[ -z ${A_MACHINE_DATA[0]} ]];then
+ b_skip_system='true'
+ else
+ if [[ $B_PORTABLE != 'true' ]];then
+ # ibm / ibm can be true; dell / quantum is false, so in other words, only do this
+ # in case where the vendor is the same and the version is the same and not null,
+ # otherwise the version information is going to be different in all cases I think
+ if [[ -n ${A_MACHINE_DATA[0]} && ${A_MACHINE_DATA[0]} == ${A_MACHINE_DATA[5]} ]];then
+ if [[ -n ${A_MACHINE_DATA[2]} && ${A_MACHINE_DATA[2]} == ${A_MACHINE_DATA[7]} ]] || \
+ [[ -z ${A_MACHINE_DATA[2]} && ${A_MACHINE_DATA[1]} == ${A_MACHINE_DATA[6]} ]];then
+ b_skip_system='true'
+ fi
+ fi
+ fi
+ fi
+ # no point in showing chassis if system isn't there, it's very unlikely that would be correct
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' && $b_skip_system != 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ -n ${A_MACHINE_DATA[7]} && ${A_MACHINE_DATA[14]} == ${A_MACHINE_DATA[7]} ]];then
+ b_skip_chassis='true'
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${A_MACHINE_DATA[12]} && $b_skip_chassis != 'true' ]];then
+ # no need to print the vendor string again if it's the same
+ if [[ ${A_MACHINE_DATA[12]} != ${A_MACHINE_DATA[0]} ]];then
+ chassis_vendor=" ${A_MACHINE_DATA[12]}"
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${A_MACHINE_DATA[13]} ]];then
+ chassis_type=" ${C1}type$SEP3${C2} ${A_MACHINE_DATA[13]}"
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${A_MACHINE_DATA[14]} ]];then
+ chassis_version=" ${C1}version$SEP3${C2} ${A_MACHINE_DATA[14]}"
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${A_MACHINE_DATA[15]} && $B_OUTPUT_FILTER != 'true' ]];then
+ chassis_serial=" ${C1}serial$SEP3${C2} ${A_MACHINE_DATA[15]}"
+ fi
+ if [[ -n "$chassis_vendor$chassis_type$chassis_version$chassis_serial" ]];then
+ chassis_line="${C1}Chassis$SEP3${C2}$chassis_vendor$chassis_type$chassis_version$chassis_serial"
+ fi
+ fi
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${A_MACHINE_DATA[5]} ]];then
+ mobo_vendor=${A_MACHINE_DATA[5]}
+ else
+ mobo_vendor='N/A'
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${A_MACHINE_DATA[6]} ]];then
+ mobo_model=${A_MACHINE_DATA[6]}
+ else
+ mobo_model='N/A'
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${A_MACHINE_DATA[7]} ]];then
+ mobo_version=" ${C1}version$SEP3${C2} ${A_MACHINE_DATA[7]}"
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${A_MACHINE_DATA[8]} && $B_OUTPUT_FILTER != 'true' ]];then
+ mobo_serial=" ${C1}serial$SEP3${C2} ${A_MACHINE_DATA[8]}"
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${A_MACHINE_DATA[9]} ]];then
+ bios_vendor=${A_MACHINE_DATA[9]}
+ else
+ bios_vendor='N/A'
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${A_MACHINE_DATA[10]} ]];then
+ bios_version=${A_MACHINE_DATA[10]}
+ if [[ -n ${A_MACHINE_DATA[16]} ]];then
+ bios_version="$bios_version rv ${A_MACHINE_DATA[16]}"
+ fi
+ else
+ bios_version='N/A'
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${A_MACHINE_DATA[11]} ]];then
+ bios_date=${A_MACHINE_DATA[11]}
+ else
+ bios_date='N/A'
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' && -n ${A_MACHINE_DATA[17]} ]];then
+ bios_rom=" ${C1}rom size$SEP3${C2} ${A_MACHINE_DATA[17]}"
+ fi
+ mobo_line="${C1}Mobo$SEP3${C2} $mobo_vendor ${C1}model$SEP3${C2} $mobo_model$mobo_version$mobo_serial"
+ bios_line="${C1}Bios$SEP3${C2} $bios_vendor ${C1}version$SEP3${C2} $bios_version ${C1}date$SEP3${C2} $bios_date$bios_rom"
+ if [[ $( calculate_line_length "$mobo_line$bios_line" ) -lt $LINE_MAX ]];then
+ mobo_line="$mobo_line $bios_line"
+ bios_line=''
+ fi
+ if [[ $b_skip_system == 'true' ]];then
+ system_line=$mobo_line
+ mobo_line=''
+ else
+ # this has already been tested for above so we know it's not null
+ system_vendor=${A_MACHINE_DATA[0]}
+ if [[ $B_PORTABLE == 'true' ]];then
+ system_vendor="$system_vendor (portable)"
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${A_MACHINE_DATA[1]} ]];then
+ product_name=${A_MACHINE_DATA[1]}
+ else
+ product_name='N/A'
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${A_MACHINE_DATA[2]} ]];then
+ product_version=" ${C1}version$SEP3${C2} ${A_MACHINE_DATA[2]}"
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${A_MACHINE_DATA[3]} && $B_OUTPUT_FILTER != 'true' ]];then
+ product_serial=" ${C1}serial$SEP3${C2} ${A_MACHINE_DATA[3]} "
+ fi
+ system_line="${C1}System$SEP3${C2} $system_vendor ${C1}product$SEP3${C2} $product_name$product_version$product_serial"
+ if [[ -n $chassis_line && $( calculate_line_length "$system_line$chassis_line" ) -lt $LINE_MAX ]];then
+ system_line="$system_line $chassis_line"
+ chassis_line=''
+ fi
+ fi
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ else
+ system_line="${C2}$sysDmiNull${CN}"
+ fi
+ # patch to dump all of above if dmidecode was data source and non root user
+ if [[ ${A_MACHINE_DATA[0]} == 'dmidecode-non-root-user' || ${A_MACHINE_DATA[0]} == 'dmidecode-no-smbios-dmi-data' ]];then
+ if [[ ${A_MACHINE_DATA[0]} == 'dmidecode-non-root-user' ]];then
+ system_line="${C2}${sysDmiError}dmidecode: you must be root to run dmidecode${CN}"
+ elif [[ ${A_MACHINE_DATA[0]} == 'dmidecode-no-smbios-dmi-data' ]];then
+ system_line="${C2}${sysDmiError}dmidecode: no machine data available${CN}"
+ fi
+ mobo_line=''
+ bios_line=''
+ chassis_line=''
+ fi
+ system_line=$( create_print_line "Machine:" "$system_line" )
+ print_screen_output "$system_line"
+ if [[ -n $mobo_line ]];then
+ mobo_line=$( create_print_line " " "$mobo_line" )
+ print_screen_output "$mobo_line"
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $bios_line ]];then
+ bios_line=$( create_print_line " " "$bios_line" )
+ print_screen_output "$bios_line"
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $chassis_line ]];then
+ chassis_line=$( create_print_line " " "$chassis_line" )
+ print_screen_output "$chassis_line"
+ fi
+
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+# args: $1 - module name (could be > 1, so loop it ); $2 - audio (optional)
+print_module_version()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local module_versions='' module='' version='' prefix='' modules=$1
+
+ # note that sound driver data tends to have upper case, but modules are lower
+ if [[ $2 == 'audio' ]];then
+ if [[ -z $( grep -E '^snd' <<< $modules ) ]];then
+ prefix='snd_' # sound modules start with snd_
+ fi
+ modules=$( tr '[A-Z]' '[a-z]' <<< $modules )
+ modules=$( tr '-' '_' <<< $modules )
+ # special intel processing, generally no version info though
+ if [[ $modules == 'hda intel' ]];then
+ modules='hda_intel'
+ elif [[ $modules == 'intel ich' ]];then
+ modules='intel8x0'
+ fi
+ fi
+
+ for module in $modules
+ do
+ version=$( get_module_version_number "$prefix$module" )
+ if [[ -n $version ]];then
+ module_versions="$module_versions $version"
+ fi
+ done
+
+ if [[ -n $module_versions ]];then
+ echo " ${C1}ver$SEP3${C2}$module_versions"
+ fi
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+print_networking_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local i='' card_id='' network_data='' a_network_working='' port_data='' driver_data=''
+ local card_string='' port_plural='' module_version='' pci_bus_id='' bus_usb_text=''
+ local bus_usb_id='' line_starter='Network:' card_string='' card_data='' vendor_product=''
+ local driver=''
+ # set A_NETWORK_DATA
+ if [[ $BSD_TYPE == 'bsd' ]];then
+ if [[ $B_PCICONF_SET == 'false' ]];then
+ get_pciconf_data
+ fi
+ get_pciconf_card_data 'network'
+ else
+ get_networking_data
+ fi
+
+ # will never be null because null is handled in get_network_data, but in case we change
+ # that leaving this test in place.
+ if [[ -n ${A_NETWORK_DATA[@]} ]];then
+ for (( i=0; i < ${#A_NETWORK_DATA[@]}; i++ ))
+ do
+ IFS=","
+ a_network_working=( ${A_NETWORK_DATA[i]} )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ bus_usb_id=''
+ bus_usb_text=''
+ card_data=''
+ card_string=''
+ driver_data=''
+ module_version=''
+ network_data=''
+ pci_bus_id=''
+ port_data=''
+ port_plural=''
+ vendor_product=''
+
+ if [[ ${#A_NETWORK_DATA[@]} -gt 1 ]];then
+ card_id="-$(( $i + 1 ))"
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${a_network_working[1]} && $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' && $BSD_TYPE != 'bsd' ]];then
+ module_version=$( print_module_version "${a_network_working[1]}" )
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${a_network_working[1]} ]];then
+ # note: linux drivers can have numbers, like tg3
+ if [[ $BSD_TYPE == 'bsd' ]];then
+ driver=$( sed 's/[0-9]*$//' <<< ${a_network_working[1]} )
+ else
+ driver=${a_network_working[1]}
+ fi
+ driver_data="${C1}driver$SEP3${C2} ${driver}$module_version "
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${a_network_working[2]} && $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ $( wc -w <<< ${a_network_working[2]} ) -gt 1 ]];then
+ port_plural='s'
+ fi
+ port_data="${C1}port$port_plural$SEP3${C2} ${a_network_working[2]} "
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${a_network_working[4]} && $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ -z $( grep '^usb-' <<< ${a_network_working[4]} ) ]];then
+ bus_usb_text='bus-ID'
+ bus_usb_id=${a_network_working[4]}
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ $BSD_TYPE != 'bsd' ]];then
+ vendor_product=$( get_lspci_vendor_product "${a_network_working[4]}" )
+ else
+ vendor_product=${a_network_working[10]}
+ fi
+ fi
+ else
+ bus_usb_text='usb-ID'
+ bus_usb_id=$( cut -d '-' -f '2-4' <<< ${a_network_working[4]} )
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ vendor_product=${a_network_working[10]}
+ fi
+ fi
+ pci_bus_id="${C1}$bus_usb_text$SEP3${C2} $bus_usb_id"
+ if [[ -n $vendor_product ]];then
+ vendor_product=" ${C1}chip-ID$SEP3${C2} $vendor_product"
+ fi
+ fi
+ card_string="${C1}Card$card_id:${C2} ${a_network_working[0]} "
+ card_data="$driver_data$port_data$pci_bus_id$vendor_product"
+ if [[ $( calculate_line_length "$card_string$card_data" ) -gt $LINE_MAX ]];then
+ network_data=$( create_print_line "$line_starter" "$card_string" )
+ line_starter=' '
+ card_string=''
+ print_screen_output "$network_data"
+ fi
+ network_data=$( create_print_line "$line_starter" "$card_string$card_data" )
+ line_starter=' '
+ print_screen_output "$network_data"
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_ADVANCED_NETWORK == 'true' ]];then
+ print_network_advanced_data
+ fi
+ done
+ else
+ network_data="${C1}Card:${C2} Failed to Detect Network Card! "
+ network_data=$( create_print_line "$line_starter" "$network_data" )
+ print_screen_output "$network_data"
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_IP == 'true' ]];then
+ print_networking_ip_data
+ fi
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+print_network_advanced_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local network_data='' if_id='N/A' duplex='N/A' mac_id='N/A' speed='N/A' oper_state='N/A'
+ local b_is_wifi='false' speed_string='' duplex_string=''
+
+ # first check if it's a known wifi id'ed card, if so, no print of duplex/speed
+ if [[ -n $( grep -Esi '(wireless|wifi|wi-fi|wlan|802\.11|centrino)' <<< ${a_network_working[0]} ) ]];then
+ b_is_wifi='true'
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${a_network_working[5]} ]];then
+ if_id=${a_network_working[5]}
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${a_network_working[6]} ]];then
+ oper_state=${a_network_working[6]}
+ fi
+ # no print out for wifi since it doesn't have duplex/speed data availabe
+ # note that some cards show 'unknown' for state, so only testing explicitly
+ # for 'down' string in that to skip showing speed/duplex
+ if [[ $b_is_wifi != 'true' && $oper_state != 'down' ]];then
+ if [[ -n ${a_network_working[7]} ]];then
+ # make sure the value is strictly numeric before appending Mbps
+ if [[ -n $( grep -E '^[0-9\.,]+$' <<< "${a_network_working[7]}" ) ]];then
+ speed="${a_network_working[7]} Mbps"
+ else
+ speed=${a_network_working[7]}
+ fi
+ fi
+ speed_string="${C1}speed$SEP3${C2} $speed "
+ if [[ -n ${a_network_working[8]} ]];then
+ duplex=${a_network_working[8]}
+ fi
+ duplex_string="${C1}duplex$SEP3${C2} $duplex "
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${a_network_working[9]} ]];then
+ if [[ $B_OUTPUT_FILTER == 'true' ]];then
+ mac_id=$FILTER_STRING
+ else
+ mac_id=${a_network_working[9]}
+ fi
+ fi
+ network_data="${C1}IF:${C2} $if_id ${C1}state$SEP3${C2} $oper_state $speed_string$duplex_string${C1}mac$SEP3${C2} $mac_id"
+ network_data=$( create_print_line " " "$network_data" )
+ print_screen_output "$network_data"
+
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+print_networking_ip_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local ip=$( get_networking_wan_ip_data )
+ local wan_ip_data='' a_interfaces_working='' interfaces='' i=''
+ local if_id='' if_ip='' if_ipv6='' if_ipv6_string='' full_string='' if_string=''
+ local if_id_string='' if_ip_string=''
+ local line_max=$(( $LINE_MAX - 50 ))
+
+ # set A_INTERFACES_DATA
+ get_networking_local_ip_data
+ # first print output for wan ip line. Null is handled in the get function
+ if [[ -z $ip ]];then
+ ip='N/A'
+ else
+ if [[ $B_OUTPUT_FILTER == 'true' ]];then
+ ip=$FILTER_STRING
+ fi
+ fi
+ wan_ip_data="${C1}WAN IP:${C2} $ip "
+ # then create the list of local interface/ip
+ i=0 ## loop starts with 1 by auto-increment so it only shows cards > 1
+ while [[ -n ${A_INTERFACES_DATA[i]} ]]
+ do
+ IFS=","
+ a_interfaces_working=(${A_INTERFACES_DATA[i]})
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ if_id='N/A'
+ if_ip='N/A'
+ if_ipv6='N/A'
+ if_ipv6_string=''
+ if [[ -z $( grep '^Interface' <<< ${a_interfaces_working[0]} ) ]];then
+ if [[ -n ${a_interfaces_working[1]} ]];then
+ if [[ $B_OUTPUT_FILTER == 'true' ]];then
+ if_ip=$FILTER_STRING
+ else
+ if_ip=${a_interfaces_working[1]}
+ fi
+ fi
+ if_ip_string=" ${C1}ip$SEP3${C2} $if_ip"
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ -n ${a_interfaces_working[3]} ]];then
+ if [[ $B_OUTPUT_FILTER == 'true' ]];then
+ if_ipv6=$FILTER_STRING
+ else
+ if_ipv6=${a_interfaces_working[3]}
+ fi
+ fi
+ if_ipv6_string=" ${C1}ip-v6$SEP3${C2} $if_ipv6"
+ fi
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${a_interfaces_working[0]} ]];then
+ if_id=${a_interfaces_working[0]}
+ fi
+ if_string="$wan_ip_data$if_string${C1}IF:${C2} $if_id$if_ip_string$if_ipv6_string "
+ wan_ip_data=''
+ if [[ $( calculate_line_length "$if_string" ) -gt $line_max ]];then
+ full_string=$( create_print_line " " "$if_string" )
+ print_screen_output "$full_string"
+ if_string=''
+ fi
+ ((i++))
+ done
+
+ # then print out anything not printed already
+ if [[ -n $if_string ]];then
+ full_string=$( create_print_line " " "$if_string" )
+ print_screen_output "$full_string"
+ fi
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+print_optical_drive_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local a_drives='' drive_data='' counter=''
+ local drive_id='' drive_links='' vendor='' speed='' multisession='' mcn='' audio=''
+ local dvd='' state='' rw_support='' rev='' separator='' drive_string=''
+ get_optical_drive_data
+ # 0 - true dev path, ie, sr0, hdc
+ # 1 - dev links to true path
+ # 2 - device vendor - for hdx drives, vendor model are one string from proc
+ # 3 - device model
+ # 4 - device rev version
+ if [[ ${#A_OPTICAL_DRIVE_DATA[@]} -gt 0 ]];then
+ for (( i=0; i < ${#A_OPTICAL_DRIVE_DATA[@]}; i++ ))
+ do
+ IFS=","
+ a_drives=(${A_OPTICAL_DRIVE_DATA[i]})
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ audio=''
+ drive_data=''
+ drive_id=''
+ drive_links=''
+ dvd=''
+ mcn=''
+ multisession=''
+ rev=''
+ rw_support=''
+ separator=''
+ speed=''
+ state=''
+ vendor=''
+ if [[ ${#A_OPTICAL_DRIVE_DATA[@]} -eq 1 && -z ${a_drives[0]} && -z ${a_drives[1]} ]];then
+ drive_string="No optical drives detected."
+ B_SHOW_FULL_OPTICAL='false'
+ else
+ if [[ ${#A_OPTICAL_DRIVE_DATA[@]} -gt 1 ]];then
+ counter="-$(( i + 1 ))"
+ fi
+ if [[ -z ${a_drives[0]} ]];then
+ drive_id='N/A'
+ else
+ drive_id="/dev/${a_drives[0]}"
+ fi
+ drive_links=$( sed 's/~/,/g' <<< ${a_drives[1]} )
+ if [[ -z $drive_links ]];then
+ drive_links='N/A'
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${a_drives[2]} ]];then
+ vendor=${a_drives[2]}
+ if [[ -n ${a_drives[3]} ]];then
+ vendor="$vendor ${a_drives[3]}"
+ fi
+ fi
+ if [[ -z $vendor ]];then
+ if [[ -n ${a_drives[3]} ]];then
+ vendor=${a_drives[3]}
+ else
+ vendor='N/A'
+ fi
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ -n ${a_drives[4]} ]];then
+ rev=${a_drives[4]}
+ else
+ rev='N/A'
+ fi
+ rev=" ${C1}rev$SEP3${C2} $rev"
+ fi
+ drive_string="$drive_id ${C1}model$SEP3${C2} $vendor$rev ${C1}dev-links$SEP3${C2} $drive_links"
+ fi
+ drive_data="${C1}Optical${counter}:${C2} $drive_string"
+ drive_data=$( create_print_line "$Line_Starter" "$drive_data" )
+ print_screen_output "$drive_data"
+ Line_Starter=' '
+ # 5 - speed
+ # 6 - multisession support
+ # 7 - MCN support
+ # 8 - audio read
+ # 9 - cdr
+ # 10 - cdrw
+ # 11 - dvd read
+ # 12 - dvdr
+ # 13 - dvdram
+ # 14 - state
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_FULL_OPTICAL == 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ -z ${a_drives[5]} ]];then
+ speed='N/A'
+ else
+ speed="${a_drives[5]}x"
+ fi
+ if [[ -z ${a_drives[8]} ]];then
+ audio='N/A'
+ elif [[ ${a_drives[8]} == 1 ]];then
+ audio='yes'
+ else
+ audio='no'
+ fi
+ audio=" ${C1}audio$SEP3${C2} $audio"
+ if [[ -z ${a_drives[6]} ]];then
+ multisession='N/A'
+ elif [[ ${a_drives[6]} == 1 ]];then
+ multisession='yes'
+ else
+ multisession='no'
+ fi
+ multisession=" ${C1}multisession$SEP3${C2} $multisession"
+ if [[ -z ${a_drives[11]} ]];then
+ dvd='N/A'
+ elif [[ ${a_drives[11]} == 1 ]];then
+ dvd='yes'
+ else
+ dvd='no'
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ -z ${a_drives[14]} ]];then
+ state='N/A'
+ else
+ state="${a_drives[14]}"
+ fi
+ state=" ${C1}state$SEP3${C2} $state"
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${a_drives[9]} && ${a_drives[9]} == 1 ]];then
+ rw_support='cd-r'
+ separator=','
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${a_drives[10]} && ${a_drives[10]} == 1 ]];then
+ rw_support="${rw_support}${separator}cd-rw"
+ separator=','
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${a_drives[12]} && ${a_drives[12]} == 1 ]];then
+ rw_support="${rw_support}${separator}dvd-r"
+ separator=','
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${a_drives[13]} && ${a_drives[13]} == 1 ]];then
+ rw_support="${rw_support}${separator}dvd-ram"
+ separator=','
+ fi
+ if [[ -z $rw_support ]];then
+ rw_support='none'
+ fi
+
+ drive_data="${C1}Features: speed$SEP3${C2} $speed$multisession$audio ${C1}dvd$SEP3${C2} $dvd ${C1}rw$SEP3${C2} $rw_support$state"
+ drive_data=$( create_print_line "$Line_Starter" "$drive_data" )
+ print_screen_output "$drive_data"
+ fi
+ done
+ else
+ :
+ fi
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+print_partition_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local a_partition_working='' partition_used='' partition_data=''
+ local counter=0 i=0 a_partition_data='' line_starter='' line_max=$(( $LINE_MAX - 35 ))
+ local partitionIdClean='' part_dev='' full_dev='' part_label='' full_label=''
+ local part_uuid='' full_uuid='' dev_remote='' full_fs='' line_max_label_uuid=$(( $LINE_MAX - 10 ))
+ local b_non_dev='false' holder=''
+
+ # set A_PARTITION_DATA
+ get_partition_data
+
+ for (( i=0; i < ${#A_PARTITION_DATA[@]}; i++ ))
+ do
+ IFS=","
+ a_partition_working=(${A_PARTITION_DATA[i]})
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ full_label=''
+ full_uuid=''
+
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_PARTITIONS_FULL == 'true' ]] || [[ ${a_partition_working[4]} == 'main' ]];then
+ if [[ -n ${a_partition_working[2]} ]];then
+ partition_used="${C1}used$SEP3${C2} ${a_partition_working[2]} (${a_partition_working[3]}) "
+ else
+ partition_used='' # reset partition used to null
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${a_partition_working[5]} ]];then
+ full_fs="${a_partition_working[5]}"
+ else
+ full_fs='N/A' # reset partition fs type
+ fi
+ full_fs="${C1}fs$SEP3${C2} $full_fs "
+
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_LABELS == 'true' || $B_SHOW_UUIDS == 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ -n ${a_partition_working[6]} ]];then
+ if [[ -z $( grep -E '(^//|:/|non-dev)' <<< ${a_partition_working[6]} ) ]];then
+ part_dev="/dev/${a_partition_working[6]}"
+ dev_remote='dev'
+ elif [[ -n $( grep '^non-dev' <<< ${a_partition_working[6]} ) ]];then
+ holder=$( sed 's/non-dev-//' <<< ${a_partition_working[6]} )
+ part_dev="$holder"
+ dev_remote='raid'
+ else
+ part_dev="${a_partition_working[6]}"
+ dev_remote='remote'
+ fi
+ else
+ dev_remote='dev'
+ part_dev='N/A'
+ fi
+ full_dev="${C1}$dev_remote$SEP3${C2} $part_dev "
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_LABELS == 'true' && $dev_remote != 'remote' ]];then
+ if [[ -n ${a_partition_working[7]} ]];then
+ part_label="${a_partition_working[7]}"
+ else
+ part_label='N/A'
+ fi
+ full_label="${C1}label$SEP3${C2} $part_label "
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_UUIDS == 'true' && $dev_remote != 'remote' ]];then
+ if [[ -n ${a_partition_working[8]} ]];then
+ part_uuid="${a_partition_working[8]}"
+ else
+ part_uuid='N/A'
+ fi
+ full_uuid="${C1}uuid$SEP3${C2} $part_uuid"
+ fi
+ fi
+ # don't show user names in output
+ if [[ $B_OUTPUT_FILTER == 'true' ]];then
+ partitionIdClean=$( sed $SED_RX "s|/home/([^/]+)/(.*)|/home/$FILTER_STRING/\2|" <<< ${a_partition_working[0]} )
+ else
+ partitionIdClean=${a_partition_working[0]}
+ fi
+ id_size_fs="${C1}ID:${C2} $partitionIdClean ${C1}size$SEP3${C2} ${a_partition_working[1]} $partition_used$full_fs$full_dev"
+ label_uuid="$full_label$full_uuid"
+ # label/uuid always print one per line, so only wrap if it's very long
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_UUIDS == 'true' && $B_SHOW_LABELS == 'true' && $( calculate_line_length "$id_size_fs$label_uuid" ) -gt $line_max_label_uuid ]];then
+ a_partition_data[$counter]="$id_size_fs"
+ ((counter++))
+ a_partition_data[$counter]="$label_uuid"
+ else
+ a_partition_data[$counter]="${a_partition_data[$counter]}$id_size_fs$label_uuid"
+ fi
+ # because these lines can vary widely, using dynamic length handling here
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_LABELS == 'true' || $B_SHOW_UUIDS == 'true' ]] || [[ $( calculate_line_length "${a_partition_data[$counter]}" ) -gt $line_max ]];then
+ ((counter++))
+ fi
+ fi
+ done
+ # print out all lines, line starter on first line
+ for (( i=0; i < ${#a_partition_data[@]};i++ ))
+ do
+ if [[ $i -eq 0 ]];then
+ line_starter='Partition:'
+ else
+ line_starter=' '
+ fi
+ partition_data=$( create_print_line "$line_starter" "${a_partition_data[$i]}" )
+ print_screen_output "$partition_data"
+ done
+
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+print_program_version()
+{
+ local patch_version_number=$( get_patch_version_string )
+ local program_version="${C1}$SCRIPT_NAME$SEP3${C2} $SCRIPT_VERSION_NUMBER$patch_version_number${CN}"
+ # great trick from: http://ideatrash.net/2011/01/bash-string-padding-with-sed.html
+ # left pad: sed -e :a -e 's/^.\{1,80\}$/& /;ta'
+ # right pad: sed -e :a -e 's/^.\{1,80\}$/ &/;ta'
+ # center pad: sed -e :a -e 's/^.\{1,80\}$/ & /;ta'
+ #local line_max=$(( $LINE_MAX - 10 ))
+ #program_version="$( sed -e :a -e "s/^.\{1,$line_max\}$/ &/;ta" <<< $program_version )" # use to create padding if needed
+ # program_version=$( create_print_line "Version:" "$program_version" )
+ print_screen_output "$program_version"
+}
+
+print_ps_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+
+ local b_print_first='true'
+
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_PS_CPU_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ get_ps_tcm_data 'cpu'
+ print_ps_item 'cpu' "$b_print_first"
+ b_print_first='false'
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_PS_MEM_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ get_ps_tcm_data 'mem'
+ print_ps_item 'mem' "$b_print_first"
+ fi
+
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+# args: $1 - cpu/mem; $2 true/false
+print_ps_item()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local a_ps_data='' ps_data='' line_starter='' line_start_data='' full_line=''
+ local app_name='' app_pid='' app_cpu='' app_mem='' throttled='' app_daemon=''
+ local b_print_first=$2 line_counter=0 i=0 count_nu='' extra_data=''
+
+ if [[ -n $PS_THROTTLED ]];then
+ throttled=" ${C1} - throttled from${C2} $PS_THROTTLED"
+ fi
+ case $1 in
+ cpu)
+ line_start_data="${C1}CPU - % used - top ${C2} $PS_COUNT ${C1}active$throttled "
+ ;;
+ mem)
+ line_start_data="${C1}Memory - MB / % used - top ${C2} $PS_COUNT ${C1}active$throttled"
+ ;;
+ esac
+
+ if [[ $b_print_first == 'true' ]];then
+ line_starter='Processes:'
+ else
+ line_starter=' '
+ fi
+
+ # appName, appPath, appStarterName, appStarterPath, cpu, mem, pid, vsz, user
+ ps_data=$( create_print_line "$line_starter" "$line_start_data" )
+ print_screen_output "$ps_data"
+
+ for (( i=0; i < ${#A_PS_DATA[@]}; i++ ))
+ do
+ IFS=","
+ a_ps_data=(${A_PS_DATA[i]})
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+
+ # handle the converted app names, with ~..~ means it didn't have a path
+ if [[ -n $( grep -E '^~.*~$' <<< ${a_ps_data[0]} ) ]];then
+ app_daemon='daemon'
+ else
+ app_daemon='command'
+ fi
+
+ app_name=" ${C1}$app_daemon$SEP3${C2} ${a_ps_data[0]}"
+ if [[ ${a_ps_data[0]} != ${a_ps_data[2]} ]];then
+ app_name="$app_name ${C1}(started by$SEP3${C2} ${a_ps_data[2]}${C1})${C2}"
+ fi
+ app_pid=" ${C1}pid$SEP3${C2} ${a_ps_data[6]}"
+ # ${C1}user:${C2} ${a_ps_data[8]}
+ case $1 in
+ cpu)
+ app_cpu=" ${C1}cpu$SEP3${C2} ${a_ps_data[4]}%"
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ extra_data=" ${C1}mem$SEP3${C2} ${a_ps_data[7]}MB (${a_ps_data[5]}%)${C2}"
+ fi
+ ;;
+ mem)
+ app_mem=" ${C1}mem$SEP3${C2} ${a_ps_data[7]}MB (${a_ps_data[5]}%)${C2}"
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ extra_data=" ${C1}cpu$SEP3${C2} ${a_ps_data[4]}%"
+ fi
+ ;;
+ esac
+ (( line_counter++ ))
+ count_nu="${C1}$line_counter:${C2}"
+ full_line="$count_nu$app_cpu$app_mem$app_name$app_pid$extra_data"
+ ps_data=$( create_print_line " " "$full_line" )
+ print_screen_output "$ps_data"
+ done
+
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+print_raid_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local device='' device_string='' device_state='' raid_level='' device_components=''
+ local device_report='' u_data='' blocks='' super_blocks='' algorithm='' chunk_size=''
+ local bitmap_values='' recovery_progress_bar='' recovery_percent='' recovered_sectors=''
+ local finish_time='' recovery_speed='' raid_counter=0 device_counter=1 basic_counter=1
+ local a_raid_working='' raid_data='' kernel_support='' read_ahead='' unused_devices=''
+ local basic_raid='' basic_raid_separator='' basic_raid_plural='' inactive=''
+ local component_separator='' device_id='' print_string='' loop_limit=0 array_count_unused=''
+ local array_count='' raid_event='' b_print_lines='true'
+ local no_raid_detected='' dev_string='/dev/'
+ local empty_raid_data='' report_size='report' blocks_avail='blocks' chunk_raid_usage='chunk size'
+
+ if [[ -n $BSD_TYPE ]];then
+ no_raid_detected='No zfs software RAID detected - other types not yet supported.'
+ empty_raid_data='No zfs RAID data available - other types not yet supported.'
+ report_size='full size'
+ blocks_avail='available size'
+ chunk_raid_usage='raid allocated'
+ else
+ no_raid_detected="No RAID data available - $FILE_MDSTAT is missing - is md_mod kernel module loaded?"
+ empty_raid_data="No RAID devices detected - $FILE_MDSTAT and md_mod kernel raid module present"
+ fi
+
+ if [[ $BSD_TYPE == 'bsd' ]];then
+ dev_string=''
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_RAID_SET != 'true' ]];then
+ get_raid_data
+ fi
+
+ for (( i=0; i < ${#A_RAID_DATA[@]}; i++ ))
+ do
+ IFS=","
+ a_raid_working=(${A_RAID_DATA[i]})
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+
+ # reset on each iteration
+ algorithm=''
+ bitmap_values=''
+ blocks=''
+ component_separator=''
+ device=''
+ device_components=''
+ device_id=''
+ device_report=''
+ device_state=''
+ failed=''
+ finish_time=''
+ inactive=''
+ raid_event=''
+ raid_level=''
+ recovery_percent=''
+ recovery_progress_bar=''
+ recovered_sectors=''
+ recovery_speed=''
+ spare=''
+ super_blocks=''
+ u_data=''
+
+ if [[ -n $( grep '^md' <<< ${a_raid_working[0]} ) && -z $BSD_TYPE ]] || \
+ [[ -n $BSD_TYPE && ${a_raid_working[0]} != '' ]];then
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_BASIC_RAID == 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ $basic_raid != '' ]];then
+ basic_raid_plural='s'
+ fi
+ if [[ ${a_raid_working[1]} == 'inactive' ]];then
+ inactive=" - ${a_raid_working[1]}"
+ fi
+ basic_raid="$basic_raid$basic_raid_separator${C1}$basic_counter${SEP3}${C2} $dev_string${a_raid_working[0]}$inactive"
+ basic_raid_separator=' '
+ (( basic_counter++ ))
+ else
+ device_id="-$device_counter"
+ device="$dev_string${a_raid_working[0]}"
+
+ (( device_counter++ ))
+ if [[ ${a_raid_working[1]} != '' ]];then
+ device_state=" - ${a_raid_working[1]}"
+ fi
+
+ if [[ ${a_raid_working[2]} == '' ]];then
+ raid_level='N/A'
+ else
+ raid_level=${a_raid_working[2]}
+ fi
+ # there's one case: md0 : inactive that has to be protected against
+ if [[ ${a_raid_working[2]} == '' && ${a_raid_working[1]} == 'inactive' ]];then
+ raid_level=''
+ else
+ raid_level=" ${C1}raid${SEP3}${C2} $raid_level"
+ fi
+ if [[ ${a_raid_working[4]} != '' ]];then
+ device_report="${a_raid_working[4]}"
+ else
+ device_report="N/A"
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ ${a_raid_working[6]} != '' ]];then
+ blocks=${a_raid_working[6]}
+ else
+ blocks='N/A'
+ fi
+ blocks=" ${C1}$blocks_avail${SEP3}${C2} $blocks"
+
+ if [[ ${a_raid_working[9]} != '' ]];then
+ chunk_size=${a_raid_working[9]}
+ else
+ chunk_size='N/A'
+ fi
+ chunk_size=" ${C1}$chunk_raid_usage${SEP3}${C2} $chunk_size"
+ if [[ ${a_raid_working[10]} != '' ]];then
+ bitmap_value='true'
+ bitmap_value=" ${C1}bitmap${SEP3}${C2} $bitmap_value"
+ fi
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ ${a_raid_working[5]} != '' ]];then
+ u_data=" ${a_raid_working[5]}"
+ fi
+ if [[ ${a_raid_working[7]} != '' ]];then
+ super_blocks=" ${C1}super blocks${SEP3}${C2} ${a_raid_working[7]}"
+ fi
+ if [[ ${a_raid_working[8]} != '' ]];then
+ algorithm=" ${C1}algorithm${SEP3}${C2} ${a_raid_working[8]}"
+ fi
+ fi
+ if [[ ${a_raid_working[3]} == '' ]];then
+ if [[ ${a_raid_working[1]} != 'inactive' ]];then
+ device_components='N/A'
+ fi
+ else
+ for component in ${a_raid_working[3]}
+ do
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_DATA != 'true' ]];then
+ component=$( sed 's/\[[0-9]\+\]//' <<< $component )
+ fi
+ # NOTE: for bsd zfs, states are: ONLINE,DEGRADED,OFFLINE (at least)
+ if [[ -n $( grep -E '(F|DEGRADED)' <<< $component ) ]];then
+ component=$( sed -e 's/(F)//' -e 's/F//' -e 's/DEGRADED//' <<< $component )
+ failed="$failed $component"
+ component=''
+ elif [[ -n $( grep -E '(S|OFFLINE)' <<< $component ) ]];then
+ component=$( sed -e 's/(S)//' -e 's/S//' -e 's/OFFLINE//' <<< $component )
+ spare="$spare $component"
+ component=''
+ else
+ device_components="$device_components$component_separator$component"
+ component_separator=' '
+ fi
+ done
+
+ if [[ $failed != '' ]];then
+ failed=" ${C1}FAILED${SEP3}${C2}$failed${C2}"
+ fi
+ if [[ $spare != '' ]];then
+ spare=" ${C1}spare${SEP3}${C2}$spare${C2}"
+ fi
+
+ if [[ -n $device_components || -n $spare || -n $failed ]];then
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_DATA != 'true' && -z $BSD_TYPE ]];then
+ if [[ $device_report != 'N/A' && -n $device_components ]];then
+ device_components="$device_report - $device_components"
+ fi
+ fi
+ if [[ $device_components == '' ]];then
+ device_components='none'
+ fi
+ device_components="${C1}online${SEP3}${C2} $device_components"
+ device_components=" ${C1}components${SEP3}${C2} $device_components$failed$spare"
+ fi
+ fi
+ a_raid_data[$raid_counter]="${C1}Device$device_id${SEP3}${C2} $device$device_state$raid_level$device_components"
+
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' && ${a_raid_working[1]} != 'inactive' ]];then
+ a_raid_data[$raid_counter]="${C1}Device$device_id${SEP3}${C2} $device$device_state$device_components"
+ (( raid_counter++ ))
+ print_string="${C1}Info${SEP3}${C2}$raid_level ${C1}$report_size${SEP3}${C2} $device_report$u_data"
+ print_string="$print_string$blocks$chunk_size$bitmap_value$super_blocks$algorithm"
+ a_raid_data[$raid_counter]="$print_string"
+ else
+ a_raid_data[$raid_counter]="${C1}Device$device_id${SEP3}${C2} $device$device_state$raid_level$device_components"
+ fi
+ (( raid_counter++ ))
+
+ # now let's do the recover line if required
+ if [[ ${a_raid_working[12]} != '' ]];then
+ recovery_percent=$( cut -d '~' -f 2 <<< ${a_raid_working[12]} )
+ if [[ ${a_raid_working[14]} != '' ]];then
+ finish_time=${a_raid_working[14]}
+ else
+ finish_time='N/A'
+ fi
+ finish_time=" ${C1}time remaining${SEP3}${C2} $finish_time"
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ ${a_raid_working[13]} != '' ]];then
+ recovered_sectors=" ${C1}sectors${SEP3}${C2} ${a_raid_working[13]}"
+ fi
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ ${a_raid_working[11]} != '' ]];then
+ recovery_progress_bar=" ${a_raid_working[11]}"
+ fi
+ if [[ ${a_raid_working[15]} != '' ]];then
+ recovery_speed=" ${C1}speed${SEP3}${C2} ${a_raid_working[15]}"
+ fi
+ fi
+
+ a_raid_data[$raid_counter]="${C1}Recovering${SEP3}${C2} $recovery_percent$recovery_progress_bar$recovered_sectors$finish_time$recovery_speed"
+ (( raid_counter++ ))
+ fi
+ fi
+ elif [[ ${a_raid_working[0]} == 'KernelRaidSupport' ]];then
+ if [[ ${a_raid_working[1]} == '' ]];then
+ kernel_support='N/A'
+ else
+ kernel_support=${a_raid_working[1]}
+ fi
+ kernel_support=" ${C1}supported${SEP3}${C2} $kernel_support"
+ elif [[ ${a_raid_working[0]} == 'ReadAhead' ]];then
+ if [[ ${a_raid_working[1]} != '' ]];then
+ read_ahead=${a_raid_working[1]}
+ read_ahead=" ${C1}read ahead${SEP3}${C2} $read_ahead"
+ fi
+ elif [[ ${a_raid_working[0]} == 'UnusedDevices' ]];then
+ if [[ ${a_raid_working[1]} == '' ]];then
+ unused_devices='N/A'
+ else
+ unused_devices=${a_raid_working[1]}
+ fi
+ unused_devices="${C1}Unused Devices${SEP3}${C2} $unused_devices"
+ elif [[ ${a_raid_working[0]} == 'raidEvent' ]];then
+ if [[ ${a_raid_working[1]} != '' ]];then
+ raid_event=${a_raid_working[1]}
+ raid_event=" ${C1}Raid Event${SEP3}${C2} ${a_raid_working[1]}"
+ fi
+ fi
+ done
+
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_BASIC_RAID == 'true' && $basic_raid != '' ]];then
+ a_raid_data[0]="${C1}Device$basic_raid_plural${SEP3}${C2} $basic_raid"
+ fi
+ # note bsd temp test hack to make it run
+ if [[ $B_MDSTAT_FILE != 'true' && -z $BSD_TYPE ]] || \
+ [[ -n $BSD_TYPE && $B_BSD_RAID == 'false' ]];then
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_RAID_R == 'true' ]];then
+ a_raid_data[0]="$no_raid_detected"
+ else
+ b_print_lines='false'
+ fi
+ else
+ if [[ ${a_raid_data[0]} == '' ]];then
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_BASIC_RAID != 'true' ]];then
+ a_raid_data[0]="$empty_raid_data"
+ else
+ b_print_lines='false'
+ fi
+ fi
+ # now let's add on the system line and the unused device line. Only print on -xx
+ if [[ $kernel_support$read_ahead$raid_event != '' ]];then
+ array_count=${#a_raid_data[@]}
+ a_raid_data[array_count]="${C1}System${SEP3}${C2}$kernel_support$read_ahead$raid_event"
+ loop_limit=1
+ fi
+ if [[ $unused_devices != '' ]];then
+ array_count_unused=${#a_raid_data[@]}
+ a_raid_data[array_count_unused]="$unused_devices"
+ loop_limit=2
+ fi
+ fi
+
+ # we don't want to print anything if it's -b and no data is present, just a waste of a line
+ if [[ $b_print_lines == 'true' ]];then
+ # print out all lines, line starter on first line
+ for (( i=0; i < ${#a_raid_data[@]} - $loop_limit;i++ ))
+ do
+ if [[ $i -eq 0 ]];then
+ line_starter='RAID:'
+ else
+ line_starter=' '
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' && $array_count != '' ]];then
+ if [[ $i == 0 ]];then
+ raid_data=$( create_print_line "$line_starter" "${a_raid_data[array_count]}" )
+ print_screen_output "$raid_data"
+ line_starter=' '
+ fi
+ fi
+ raid_data=$( create_print_line "$line_starter" "${a_raid_data[i]}" )
+ print_screen_output "$raid_data"
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' && $array_count_unused != '' ]];then
+ if [[ $i == $(( array_count_unused - 2 )) ]];then
+ raid_data=$( create_print_line "$line_starter" "${a_raid_data[array_count_unused]}" )
+ print_screen_output "$raid_data"
+ fi
+ fi
+ done
+ fi
+
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+# currently only apt using distros support this feature, but over time we can add others
+print_repo_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local repo_count=0 repo_line='' file_name='' file_content='' file_name_holder=''
+ local repo_full='' b_print_next_line='false' repo_type=''
+
+ get_repo_data
+
+ if [[ -n $REPO_DATA ]];then
+ # loop through the variable's lines one by one, update counter each iteration
+ while read repo_line
+ do
+ (( repo_count++ ))
+ repo_type=$( cut -d ':' -f 1 <<< $repo_line )
+ file_name=$( cut -d ':' -f 2 <<< $repo_line )
+ file_content=$( cut -d ':' -f 3-7 <<< $repo_line )
+ # this will dump unwanted white space line starters. Some irc channels
+ # use bots that show page title for urls, so need to break the url by adding
+ # a white space.
+ if [[ $B_RUNNING_IN_SHELL != 'true' ]];then
+ file_content=$( echo $file_content | sed 's|://|: //|' )
+ else
+ file_content=$( echo $file_content )
+ fi
+ # echo $file_name : $file_name_holder : $repo_type : $file_content
+ # check file name, if different, update the holder for print out
+ if [[ $file_name != $file_name_holder ]];then
+ if [[ $repo_type == 'pisi repo' || $repo_type == 'urpmq repo' ]];then
+ repo_full="${C1}$repo_type:${C2} $file_name"
+ else
+ repo_full="${C1}Active $repo_type in file:${C2} $file_name"
+ fi
+ file_name_holder=$file_name
+ b_print_next_line='true'
+ else
+ repo_full=$file_content
+ fi
+ # first line print Repos:
+ if [[ $repo_count -eq 1 ]];then
+ repo_full=$( create_print_line "Repos:" "$repo_full" )
+ else
+ repo_full=$( create_print_line " " "$repo_full" )
+ fi
+ print_screen_output "$repo_full"
+ # this prints the content of the file as well as the file name
+ if [[ $b_print_next_line == 'true' ]];then
+ repo_full=$( create_print_line " " "$file_content" )
+ print_screen_output "$repo_full"
+ b_print_next_line='false'
+ fi
+ done <<< "$REPO_DATA"
+ else
+ repo_full=$( create_print_line "Repos:" "${C1}Error:${C2} $SCRIPT_NAME does not support this feature for your distro yet." )
+ print_screen_output "$repo_full"
+ fi
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+print_sensors_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local mobo_temp='' cpu_temp='' psu_temp='' cpu_fan='' mobo_fan='' ps_fan='' sys_fans='' sys_fans2=''
+ local temp_data='' fan_data='' fan_data2='' b_is_error='false' fan_count=0 gpu_temp=''
+ local a_sensors_working=''
+ local no_sensors_message='None detected - is lm-sensors installed and configured?'
+ local Sensors_Data="$( get_sensors_output )"
+ get_sensors_data
+
+ if [[ $BSD_TYPE == 'bsd' ]];then
+ no_sensors_message='This feature is not yet supported for BSD systems.'
+ fi
+
+ IFS=","
+ a_sensors_working=( ${A_SENSORS_DATA[0]} )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ # initial error cases, for missing app or unconfigured sensors. Note that array 0
+ # always has at least 3 items, cpu/mobo/psu temp in it. If the count is 0, then
+ # no sensors are installed/configured
+ if [[ ${#a_sensors_working[@]} -eq 0 ]];then
+ cpu_temp=$no_sensors_message
+ b_is_error='true'
+ else
+ for (( i=0; i < ${#A_SENSORS_DATA[@]}; i++ ))
+ do
+ IFS=","
+ a_sensors_working=( ${A_SENSORS_DATA[i]} )
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ case $i in
+ # first the temp data
+ 0)
+ if [[ -n ${a_sensors_working[0]} ]];then
+ cpu_temp=${a_sensors_working[0]}
+ else
+ cpu_temp='N/A'
+ fi
+ cpu_temp="${C1}System Temperatures: cpu$SEP3${C2} $cpu_temp "
+
+ if [[ -n ${a_sensors_working[1]} ]];then
+ mobo_temp=${a_sensors_working[1]}
+ else
+ mobo_temp='N/A'
+ fi
+ mobo_temp="${C1}mobo$SEP3${C2} $mobo_temp "
+
+ if [[ -n ${a_sensors_working[2]} ]];then
+ psu_temp="${C1}psu$SEP3${C2} ${a_sensors_working[2]} "
+ fi
+ gpu_temp=$( get_gpu_temp_data )
+ # dump the unneeded screen data for single gpu systems
+ if [[ $( wc -w <<< $gpu_temp ) -eq 1 && $B_EXTRA_DATA != 'true' ]];then
+ gpu_temp=$( cut -d ':' -f 2 <<< $gpu_temp )
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $gpu_temp ]];then
+ gpu_temp="${C1}gpu$SEP3${C2} ${gpu_temp} "
+ fi
+ ;;
+ # then the fan data from main fan array
+ 1)
+ for (( j=0; j < ${#a_sensors_working[@]}; j++ ))
+ do
+ case $j in
+ 0)
+ # we need to make sure it's either cpu fan OR cpu fan and sys fan 1
+ if [[ -n ${a_sensors_working[0]} ]];then
+ cpu_fan="${a_sensors_working[0]}"
+ elif [[ -z ${a_sensors_working[0]} && -n ${a_sensors_working[1]} ]];then
+ cpu_fan="${a_sensors_working[1]}"
+ else
+ cpu_fan='N/A'
+ fi
+ cpu_fan="${C1}Fan Speeds (in rpm): cpu$SEP3${C2} $cpu_fan "
+ (( fan_count++ ))
+ ;;
+ 1)
+ if [[ -n ${a_sensors_working[1]} ]];then
+ mobo_fan="${C1}mobo$SEP3${C2} ${a_sensors_working[1]} "
+ (( fan_count++ ))
+ fi
+ ;;
+ 2)
+ if [[ -n ${a_sensors_working[2]} ]];then
+ ps_fan="${C1}psu$SEP3${C2} ${a_sensors_working[2]} "
+ (( fan_count++ ))
+ fi
+ ;;
+ [3-9]|[1-9][0-9])
+ if [[ -n ${a_sensors_working[$j]} ]];then
+ fan_number=$(( $j - 2 )) # sys fans start on array key 5
+ # wrap after fan 6 total
+ if [[ $fan_count -lt 7 ]];then
+ sys_fans="$sys_fans${C1}sys-$fan_number$SEP3${C2} ${a_sensors_working[$j]} "
+ else
+ sys_fans2="$sys_fans2${C1}sys-$fan_number$SEP3${C2} ${a_sensors_working[$j]} "
+ fi
+ (( fan_count++ ))
+ fi
+ ;;
+ esac
+ done
+ ;;
+ 2)
+ for (( j=0; j < ${#a_sensors_working[@]}; j++ ))
+ do
+ case $j in
+ [0-9]|[1-9][0-9])
+ if [[ -n ${a_sensors_working[$j]} ]];then
+ fan_number=$(( $j + 1 )) # sys fans start on array key 5
+ # wrap after fan 6 total
+ if [[ $fan_count -lt 7 ]];then
+ sys_fans="$sys_fans${C1}fan-$fan_number$SEP3${C2} ${a_sensors_working[$j]} "
+ else
+ sys_fans2="$sys_fans2${C1}fan-$fan_number$SEP3${C2} ${a_sensors_working[$j]} "
+ fi
+ (( fan_count++ ))
+ fi
+ ;;
+ esac
+ done
+ ;;
+ esac
+ done
+ fi
+ # turning off all output for case where no sensors detected or no sensors output
+ # unless -s used explicitly. So for -F type output won't show unless valid or -! 1 used
+ if [[ $b_is_error != 'true' || $B_SHOW_SENSORS == 'true' || $B_TESTING_1 == 'true' ]];then
+ temp_data="$cpu_temp$mobo_temp$psu_temp$gpu_temp"
+ temp_data=$( create_print_line "Sensors:" "$temp_data" )
+ print_screen_output "$temp_data"
+ # don't print second or subsequent lines if error data
+ fan_data="$cpu_fan$mobo_fan$ps_fan$sys_fans"
+ if [[ $b_is_error != 'true' && -n $fan_data ]];then
+ fan_data=$( create_print_line " " "$fan_data" )
+ print_screen_output "$fan_data"
+ # and then second wrapped fan line if needed
+ if [[ -n $sys_fans2 ]];then
+ fan_data2=$( create_print_line " " "$sys_fans2" )
+ print_screen_output "$fan_data2"
+ fi
+ fi
+ fi
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+print_system_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local system_data='' bits='' desktop_environment='' dm_data='' de_extra_data=''
+ local host_kernel_string='' de_distro_string='' host_string='' desktop_type='Desktop'
+ local host_name=$HOSTNAME
+ local current_kernel=$( get_kernel_version )
+ local distro="$( get_distro_data )"
+ local tty_session=''
+
+ # I think these will work, maybe, if logged in as root and in X
+ if [[ $B_RUNNING_IN_X == 'true' ]];then
+ desktop_environment=$( get_desktop_environment )
+ if [[ -z $desktop_environment ]];then
+ desktop_environment='N/A'
+ fi
+
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_EXTRA_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ de_extra_data=$( get_desktop_extra_data )
+ if [[ -n $de_extra_data ]];then
+ de_extra_data=" ${C1}info$SEP3${C2} $de_extra_data"
+ fi
+ fi
+ else
+ tty_session=$( get_tty_number )
+ if [[ -z $tty_session && $B_CONSOLE_IRC == 'true' ]];then
+ tty_session=$( get_tty_console_irc )
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $tty_session ]];then
+ tty_session=" $tty_session"
+ fi
+ desktop_environment="tty$tty_session"
+ desktop_type='Console'
+ fi
+ # having dm type can be useful if you are accessing remote system
+ # or are out of X and don't remember which dm is running the system
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ dm_data=$( get_display_manager )
+ # here we only want the dm info to show N/A if in X
+ if [[ -z $dm_data && $B_RUNNING_IN_X == 'true' ]];then
+ dm_data='N/A'
+ fi
+ # only print out of X if dm_data has info, then it's actually useful, but
+ # for headless servers, no need to print dm stuff.
+ if [[ -n $dm_data ]];then
+ dm_data=" ${C1}dm$SEP3${C2} $dm_data"
+ fi
+ fi
+
+ de_distro_string="${C1}$desktop_type$SEP3${C2} $desktop_environment$de_extra_data$dm_data ${C1}Distro$SEP3${C2} $distro"
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ gcc_string=$( get_gcc_kernel_version )
+ if [[ -n $gcc_string ]];then
+ gcc_string=", ${C1}gcc$SEP3${C2} $gcc_string"
+ fi
+ fi
+ # check for 64 bit first
+ if [[ -n $( uname -m | grep -E '(x86_64|amd64)' ) ]];then
+ bits="64"
+ else
+ bits="32"
+ fi
+ bits=" (${bits} bit${gcc_string})"
+ if [[ $B_SHOW_HOST == 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ -z $HOSTNAME ]];then
+ if [[ -n $( type p hostname ) ]];then
+ host_name=$( hostname )
+ fi
+ if [[ -z $host_name ]];then
+ host_name='N/A'
+ fi
+ fi
+ host_string="${C1}Host$SEP3${C2} $host_name "
+ system_data=$( create_print_line "System:" "$host_string$host_name ${C1}Kernel$SEP3${C2}" )
+ fi
+ host_kernel_string="$host_string${C1}Kernel$SEP3${C2} $current_kernel$bits "
+ if [[ $( calculate_line_length "$host_kernel_string$de_distro_string" ) -lt $LINE_MAX ]];then
+ system_data="$host_kernel_string$de_distro_string"
+ system_data=$( create_print_line "System:" "$system_data" )
+ else
+ system_data=$( create_print_line "System:" "$host_kernel_string" )
+ print_screen_output "$system_data"
+ system_data=$( create_print_line " " "$de_distro_string" )
+ fi
+ print_screen_output "$system_data"
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+print_unmounted_partition_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+ local a_unmounted_data='' line_starter='' unmounted_data='' full_fs=''
+ local full_dev='' full_size='' full_label='' full_uuid='' full_string=''
+ local bsd_unsupported='This feature is not yet supported for BSD systems.'
+
+ if [[ -z ${A_PARTITION_DATA} ]];then
+ get_partition_data
+ fi
+ get_unmounted_partition_data
+
+ if [[ ${#A_UNMOUNTED_PARTITION_DATA[@]} -ge 1 ]];then
+ for (( i=0; i < ${#A_UNMOUNTED_PARTITION_DATA[@]}; i++ ))
+ do
+ IFS=","
+ a_unmounted_data=(${A_UNMOUNTED_PARTITION_DATA[i]})
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+ if [[ -z ${a_unmounted_data[0]} ]];then
+ full_dev='N/A'
+ else
+ full_dev="/dev/${a_unmounted_data[0]}"
+ fi
+ full_dev="${C1}ID:${C2} $full_dev"
+ if [[ -z ${a_unmounted_data[1]} ]];then
+ full_size='N/A'
+ else
+ full_size=${a_unmounted_data[1]}
+ fi
+ full_size="${C1}size$SEP3${C2} $full_size"
+ if [[ -z ${a_unmounted_data[2]} ]];then
+ full_label='N/A'
+ else
+ full_label=${a_unmounted_data[2]}
+ fi
+ full_label="${C1}label$SEP3${C2} $full_label"
+ if [[ -z ${a_unmounted_data[3]} ]];then
+ full_uuid='N/A'
+ else
+ full_uuid=${a_unmounted_data[3]}
+ fi
+ full_uuid="${C1}uuid$SEP3${C2} $full_uuid"
+ if [[ -z ${a_unmounted_data[4]} ]];then
+ full_fs=''
+ else
+ full_fs="${C1}fs$SEP3${C2} ${a_unmounted_data[4]}"
+ fi
+ full_string="$full_dev $full_size $full_label $full_uuid $full_fs"
+ if [[ $i -eq 0 ]];then
+ line_starter='Unmounted:'
+ else
+ line_starter=' '
+ fi
+ # temporary message to indicate not yet supported
+ if [[ $BSD_TYPE == 'bsd' ]];then
+ full_string=$bsd_unsupported
+ fi
+ unmounted_data=$( create_print_line "$line_starter" "$full_string" )
+ print_screen_output "$unmounted_data"
+ done
+ else
+ unmounted_data=$( create_print_line "Unmounted:" "No unmounted partitions detected" )
+ print_screen_output "$unmounted_data"
+ fi
+
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+print_weather_data()
+{
+ eval $LOGFS
+
+ local weather_data='' location_string='' local_time='' time_string='' pressure=''
+ local a_location='' a_weather='' weather_string='' weather='' temp='' winds='' humidity=''
+ local time_zone='' observation_time='' city='' state='' country='' altitude=''
+ local heat_index="" wind_chill='' dewpoint='' xxx_humidity=''
+ local openP='(' closeP=')'
+
+ if [[ $B_RUNNING_IN_SHELL == 'false' ]];then
+ openP=''
+ closeP=''
+ fi
+
+ get_weather_data
+
+ # city ";" regionCode ";" regionName ";" countryName ";" countryCode ";" countryCode3
+ # ";" latitude "," longitude ";" postalCode ";" timeZone
+
+ # observationTime ";" localTime ";" weather ";" tempString ";" humidity
+ # ";" windString ";" pressureString ";" dewpointString ";" heatIndexString
+ # ";" windChillString ";" siteElevation
+
+ if [[ ${#A_WEATHER_DATA[@]} -eq 2 ]];then
+ IFS=";"
+ a_location=(${A_WEATHER_DATA[0]})
+ a_weather=(${A_WEATHER_DATA[1]})
+ IFS="$ORIGINAL_IFS"
+
+ if [[ -n ${a_weather[3]} ]];then
+ temp=${a_weather[3]}
+ else
+ temp='N/A'
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${a_weather[2]} ]];then
+ weather=" - ${a_weather[2]}"
+ else
+ weather=''
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ -n ${a_weather[5]} ]];then
+ winds=" ${C1}Wind$SEP3${C2} ${a_weather[5]}"
+ fi
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ -n ${a_weather[4]} ]];then
+ humidity=" ${C1}Humidity$SEP3${C2} ${a_weather[4]}"
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${a_weather[6]} ]];then
+ pressure="${C1}Pressure$SEP3${C2} ${a_weather[6]} "
+ fi
+ fi
+ weather_string="${C1}Conditions$SEP3${C2} $temp$weather$winds$humidity"
+
+ if [[ -n ${a_weather[1]} ]];then
+ local_time=" ${a_weather[1]}"
+ else
+ local_time=" $(date)"
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' && -n ${a_location[8]} ]];then
+ time_zone=" (${a_location[8]})"
+ fi
+ time_string="${C1}Time$SEP3${C2}$local_time$time_zone"
+
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_DATA != 'true' ]];then
+ weather_data="$weather_string $time_string"
+ weather_data=$( create_print_line "Weather:" "$weather_data" )
+ print_screen_output "$weather_data"
+ else
+ weather_data="$weather_string"
+ weather_data=$( create_print_line "Weather:" "$weather_data" )
+ print_screen_output "$weather_data"
+ if [[ $B_EXTRA_EXTRA_EXTRA_DATA == 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ -n ${a_weather[8]} ]];then
+ heat_index="${C1}Heat Index$SEP3${C2} ${a_weather[8]} "
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${a_weather[9]} ]];then
+ wind_chill="${C1}Wind Chill$SEP3${C2} ${a_weather[9]} "
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${a_weather[7]} ]];then
+ dew_point="${C1}Dew Point$SEP3${C2} ${a_weather[7]} "
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${a_weather[0]} ]];then
+ observation_time=" ${C1}Observation Time$SEP3${C2} ${a_weather[0]} "
+ fi
+ if [[ $B_OUTPUT_FILTER != 'true' ]];then
+ if [[ -n ${a_location[0]} ]];then
+ city=" ${a_location[0]}"
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${a_location[1]} ]];then
+ state=" ${a_location[1]}"
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${a_location[5]} ]];then
+ country=" $openP${a_location[5]}$closeP"
+ fi
+ if [[ -n ${a_weather[10]} ]];then
+ altitude=" ${C1}Altitude$SEP3${C2} ${a_weather[10]}"
+ fi
+ location_string="${C1}Location$SEP3${C2}$city$state$country$altitude "
+ else
+ location_string=$time_string$observation_time
+ time_string=''
+ observation_time=''
+ fi
+ # the last three are oftenblank
+ if [[ -z "$heat_index$wind_chill$dew_point" ]];then
+ weather_data=$( create_print_line " " "$pressure$location_string" )
+ print_screen_output "$weather_data"
+ else
+ weather_data=$( create_print_line " " "$pressure$heat_index$wind_chill$dew_point" )
+ print_screen_output "$weather_data"
+ if [[ $B_OUTPUT_FILTER != 'true' ]];then
+ weather_data=$( create_print_line " " "$location_string" )
+ print_screen_output "$weather_data"
+ fi
+ fi
+ if [[ -n $time_string$observation_time ]];then
+ weather_data=$( create_print_line " " "$time_string$observation_time" )
+ print_screen_output "$weather_data"
+ fi
+ else
+ if [[ -n $pressure$time_string ]];then
+ weather_data="$pressure$time_string"
+ weather_data=$( create_print_line " " "$weather_data" )
+ print_screen_output "$weather_data"
+ fi
+ fi
+ fi
+ else
+ weather_data=$( create_print_line "Weather:" "Weather data failure: $(date)" )
+ print_screen_output "$weather_data"
+ weather_data=$( create_print_line " " "${A_WEATHER_DATA}" )
+ print_screen_output "$weather_data"
+ fi
+ eval $LOGFE
+}
+
+########################################################################
+#### SCRIPT EXECUTION
+########################################################################
+
+main $@ ## From the End comes the Beginning
+
+## note: this EOF is needed for smxi handling, this is what triggers the full download ok
+###**EOF**###