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       s-tui - curses-based cpu monitoring


       usage:  s-tui  [-h]  [-d]  [--debug-file  DEBUG_FILE] [-c] [--csv-file CSV_FILE] [-t] [-j]
       [-nm] [-v] [-ct CUSTOM_TEMP] [-tt T_THRESH] [-cf CUSTOM_FAN]

       TUI interface:

       The side bar houses the controls for the displayed graphs.  At the bottom of the side bar,
       more information is presented in text form.

       * Use the arrow keys or 'hjkl' to navigate the side bar

       * Toggle between stressed and regular operation using the radio buttons in 'Modes'.

       * If you wish to alternate stress defaults, you can do it in 'Stress options'

       * Select a different temperature sensors from the 'Temp Sensors' menu

       * Change time between updates using the 'Refresh' field

       * Use the <Reset> button to reset graphs and statistics

       * Toggle displayed graphs by selecting the [X] check box

       * If a sensor is not available on your system, N/A is presented

       * If your system supports it, you can use the utf8 button to get a smoother         graph

       * Press 'q' or the <quit> button to quit

       * Run `s-tui --help` to get this message and additional cli options

   optional arguments:
       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

       -d, --debug
              Output debug log to _s-tui.log

       --debug-file DEBUG_FILE
              Use a custom debug file. Default: _s-tui.log

       -c, --csv
              Save stats to csv file

       --csv-file CSV_FILE
              Use a custom CSV file. Default: s-tui_log_<TIME>.csv

       -t, --terminal
              Display a single line of stats without tui

       -j, --json
              Display a single line of stats in JSON format

       -nm, --no-mouse
              Disable Mouse for TTY systems

       -v, --version
              Display version

       -ct CUSTOM_TEMP, --custom_temp CUSTOM_TEMP
              Custom  temperature  sensors.   The  format is: <sensors>,<number> As it appears in
              'sensors' e.g > sensors it8792-isa-0a60, temp1: +47.0C temp2: +35.0C temp3: +37.0C

              use: -ct it8792,0 for temp 1

       -tt T_THRESH, --t_thresh T_THRESH
              High Temperature threshold. Default: 80

       -cf CUSTOM_FAN, --custom_fan CUSTOM_FAN
              Similar to custom temp e.g >sensors thinkpad-isa-0000 Adapter:  ISA  adapter  fan1:
              1975 RPM

              use: -cf thinkpad,0 for fan1


       s-tui bug tracker:


       This manual page was written by Jonathan Carter <> S-tui was written by Alex
       Manuskin and contributors.

s-tui 0.7.6 - (C) 2017-2018 Alex Manuskin, Augustu2018                                   S-TUI(1)