Provided by: neofetch_7.1.0-1_all bug


       Neofetch - A fast, highly customizable system info script


       neofetch func_name --option "value" --option "value"


       Neofetch  is  a CLI system information tool written in BASH. Neofetch displays information
       about your system next to an image, your OS logo, or any ASCII file of your choice.

       NOTE: Every launch flag has a config option.


              Specify a function name (second part of info() from config) to quickly display only
              that function's information.

              Example: neofetch uptime --uptime_shorthand tiny

              Example: neofetch uptime disk wm memory

              This can be used in bars and scripts like so:

              memory="$(neofetch memory)"; memory="${memory##*: }"

              For multiple outputs at once (each line of info in an array):

              IFS=$'\n' read -d "" -ra info < <(neofetch memory uptime wm)

              info=("${info[@]##*: }")

       --disable infoname
              Allows  you to disable an info line from appearing in the output. 'infoname' is the
              function name from  the  'print_info()'  function  inside  the  config  file.   For
              example: 'info "Memory" memory' would be '--disable memory'

              NOTE: You can supply multiple args. eg. 'neofetch --disable cpu gpu'

       --title_fqdn on/off
              Hide/Show Fully Qualified Domain Name in title.

       --package_managers on/off
              Hide/Show Package Manager names . (on, tiny, off)

       --os_arch on/off
              Hide/Show OS architecture.

       --speed_type type
              Change the type of cpu speed to display.  Possible values: current, min, max, bios,
              scaling_current, scaling_min, scaling_max

              NOTE: This only supports Linux with cpufreq.

       --speed_shorthand on/off
              Whether or not to show decimals in CPU speed.

       NOTE: This flag is not supported in systems with CPU speed less than
              1 GHz.

       --cpu_brand on/off
              Enable/Disable CPU brand in output.

       --cpu_cores type
              Whether or not to display  the  number  of  CPU  cores  Possible  values:  logical,
              physical, off

              NOTE: 'physical' doesn't work on BSD.

       --cpu_speed on/off
              Hide/Show cpu speed.

       --cpu_temp C/F/off
              Hide/Show cpu temperature.

              NOTE: This only works on Linux and BSD.

       NOTE: For FreeBSD and NetBSD-based systems, you need to enable
              coretemp kernel module. This only supports newer Intel processors.

       --distro_shorthand on/off
              Shorten the output of distro (on, tiny, off)

              NOTE: This option won't work in Windows (Cygwin)

       --kernel_shorthand on/off
              Shorten the output of kernel

              NOTE: This option won't work in BSDs (except PacBSD and PC-BSD)

       --uptime_shorthand on/off
              Shorten the output of uptime (on, tiny, off)

       --refresh_rate on/off
              Whether to display the refresh rate of each monitor Unsupported on Windows

       --gpu_brand on/off
              Enable/Disable GPU brand in output. (AMD/NVIDIA/Intel)

       --gpu_type type
              Which GPU to display. (all, dedicated, integrated)

              NOTE: This only supports Linux.

       --de_version on/off
              Show/Hide Desktop Environment version

       --gtk_shorthand on/off
              Shorten output of gtk theme/icons

       --gtk2 on/off
              Enable/Disable gtk2 theme/font/icons output

       --gtk3 on/off
              Enable/Disable gtk3 theme/font/icons output

       --shell_path on/off
              Enable/Disable showing $SHELL path

       --shell_version on/off
              Enable/Disable showing $SHELL version

       --disk_show value
              Which disks to display.  Possible values: '/', '/dev/sdXX', '/path/to/mount point'

              NOTE: Multiple values can be given. (--disk_show '/' '/dev/sdc1')

       --disk_subtitle type
              What information to append to the Disk subtitle.  Takes: name, mount, dir, none

              'name' shows the disk's name (sda1, sda2, etc)

              'mount' shows the disk's mount point (/, /mnt/Local Disk, etc)

              'dir' shows the basename of the disks's path. (/, Local Disk, etc)

              'none' shows only 'Disk' or the configured title.

       --disk_percent on/off
              Hide/Show disk percent.

       --ip_host url
              URL to query for public IP

       --ip_timeout int
              Public IP timeout (in seconds).

       --song_format format
              Print the song data in a specific format (see config file).

       --song_shorthand on/off
              Print the Artist/Album/Title on separate lines.

       --memory_percent on/off
              Display memory percentage.

       --music_player player-name
              Manually specify a player to use.  Available values are listed in the config file

       --colors x x x x x x
              Changes the text colors in this order: title, @, underline, subtitle, colon, info

       --underline on/off
              Enable/Disable the underline.

       --underline_char char
              Character to use when underlining title

       --bold on/off
              Enable/Disable bold text

       --separator string
              Changes the default ':' separator to the specified string.

       --color_blocks on/off
              Enable/Disable the color blocks

       --col_offset auto/num
              Left-padding of color blocks

       --block_width num
              Width of color blocks in spaces

       --block_height num
              Height of color blocks in lines

       --block_range num num
              Range of colors to print as blocks

       --bar_char 'elapsed char' 'total char'
              Characters to use when drawing bars.

       --bar_border on/off
              Whether or not to surround the bar with '[]'

       --bar_length num
              Length in spaces to make the bars.

       --bar_colors num num
              Colors to make the bar.  Set in this order: elapsed, total

       --cpu_display mode
              Bar mode.  Possible values: bar, infobar, barinfo, off

       --memory_display mode
              Bar mode.  Possible values: bar, infobar, barinfo, off

       --battery_display mode
              Bar mode.  Possible values: bar, infobar, barinfo, off

       --disk_display mode
              Bar mode.  Possible values: bar, infobar, barinfo, off

       --backend backend
              Which  image  backend  to  use.  Possible values: 'ascii', 'caca', 'chafa', 'jp2a',
              'iterm2', 'off', 'sixel', 'tycat', 'w3m', 'kitty'

       --source source
              Which image or ascii file to use.  Possible values: 'auto',  'ascii',  'wallpaper',
              '/path/to/img', '/path/to/ascii', '/path/to/dir/', 'command output' [ascii]

       --ascii source
              Shortcut to use 'ascii' backend.

              NEW: neofetch --ascii "$(fortune | cowsay -W 30)"

       --caca source
              Shortcut to use 'caca' backend.

       --chafa source
              Shortcut to use 'chafa' backend.

       --iterm2 source
              Shortcut to use 'iterm2' backend.

       --jp2a source
              Shortcut to use 'jp2a' backend.

       --kitty source
              Shortcut to use 'kitty' backend.

       --pixterm source
              Shortcut to use 'pixterm' backend.

       --sixel source
              Shortcut to use 'sixel' backend.

       --termpix source
              Shortcut to use 'termpix' backend.

       --tycat source
              Shortcut to use 'tycat' backend.

       --w3m source
              Shortcut to use 'w3m' backend.

       --off  Shortcut to use 'off' backend (Disable ascii art).

              NOTE:  'source;  can  be  any  of  the  following:  'auto',  'ascii',  'wallpaper',
              '/path/to/img', '/path/to/ascii', '/path/to/dir/'

       --ascii_colors x x x x x x
              Colors to print the ascii art

       --ascii_distro distro
              Which Distro's ascii art to print

       NOTE: AIX, Alpine, AlterLinux, Anarchy, Android, Antergos, antiX,
              "AOSC OS", "AOSC OS/Retro", Apricity,  ArcoLinux,  ArchBox,  ARCHlabs,  ArchStrike,
              XFerience, ArchMerge, Arch, Artix, Arya, Bedrock, Bitrig, BlackArch, BLAG, BlankOn,
              BlueLight, bonsai, BSD, BunsenLabs, Calculate,  Carbs,  CentOS,  Chakra,  ChaletOS,
              Chapeau,  Chrom, Cleanjaro, ClearOS, Clear_Linux, Clover, Condres, Container_Linux,
              CRUX,  Cucumber,  Debian,  Deepin,  DesaOS,  Devuan,  DracOS,  DragonFly,  Drauger,
              Elementary,  EndeavourOS,  Endless,  EuroLinux,  Exherbo,  Fedora,  Feren, FreeBSD,
              FreeMiNT, Frugalware, Funtoo, GalliumOS, Gentoo,  Pentoo,  gNewSense,  GNOME,  GNU,
              GoboLinux,  Grombyang, Guix, Haiku, Huayra, Hyperbola, janus, Kali, KaOS, KDE_neon,
              Kibojoe, Kogaion, Korora, KSLinux, Kubuntu, LEDE, LFS, Linux_Lite,  LMDE,  Lubuntu,
              Lunar,  macos,  Mageia,  MagpieOS,  Mandriva, Manjaro, Maui, Mer, Minix, LinuxMint,
              MX_Linux, Namib,  Neptune,  NetBSD,  Netrunner,  Nitrux,  NixOS,  Nurunner,  NuTyX,
              OBRevenge, OpenBSD, OpenIndiana, openmamba, OpenMandriva, OpenStage, OpenWrt, osmc,
              Oracle, OS Elbrus, PacBSD, Parabola, Pardus,  Parrot,  Parsix,  TrueOS,  PCLinuxOS,
              Peppermint,  popos,  Porteus,  PostMarketOS,  Proxmox, Puppy, PureOS, Qubes, Radix,
              Raspbian, Reborn_OS, Redstar,  Redcore,  Redhat,  Refracted_Devuan,  Regata,  Rosa,
              sabotage, Sabayon, Sailfish, SalentOS, Scientific, Septor, SereneLinux, SharkLinux,
              Siduction, Slackware, SliTaz, SmartOS, Solus, Source_Mage, Sparky,  Star,  SteamOS,
              SunOS,  openSUSE_Leap,  openSUSE_Tumbleweed,  openSUSE,  SwagArch, Tails, Trisquel,
              Ubuntu-Budgie,  Ubuntu-GNOME,  Ubuntu-MATE,  Ubuntu-Studio,  Ubuntu,  Venom,  Void,
              Obarun, windows10, Windows7, Xubuntu, Zorin, and IRIX have ascii logos

              NOTE: Arch, Ubuntu, Redhat, and Dragonfly have 'old' logo variants.

              NOTE: Use '{distro name}_old' to use the old logos.

              NOTE: Ubuntu has flavor variants.

       NOTE: Change this to Lubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu, Ubuntu-GNOME,
              Ubuntu-Studio, Ubuntu-Mate  or Ubuntu-Budgie to use the flavors.

       NOTE: Arcolinux, Dragonfly, Fedora, Alpine, Arch, Ubuntu,
              CRUX,  Debian,  Gentoo,  FreeBSD,  Mac,  NixOS,  OpenBSD,  android, Antrix, CentOS,
              Cleanjaro, ElementaryOS,  GUIX,  Hyperbola,  Manjaro,  MXLinux,  NetBSD,  Parabola,
              POP_OS,  PureOS, Slackware, SunOS, LinuxLite, OpenSUSE, Raspbian, postmarketOS, and
              Void have a smaller logo variant.

              NOTE: Use '{distro name}_small' to use the small variants.

       --ascii_bold on/off
              Whether or not to bold the ascii logo.

       -L, --logo
              Hide the info text and only show the ascii logo.

       --loop Redraw the image constantly until  Ctrl+C  is  used.  This  fixes  issues  in  some
              terminals emulators when using image mode.

       --size 00px | --size 00%
              How to size the image.  Possible values: auto, 00px, 00%, none

       --crop_mode mode
              Which crop mode to use Takes the values: normal, fit, fill

       --crop_offset value
              Change  the  crop  offset  for  normal  mode.   Possible  values: northwest, north,
              northeast, west, center, east, southwest, south, southeast

       --xoffset px
              How close the image will be to the left edge of the window. This  only  works  with

       --yoffset px
              How  close  the  image  will be to the top edge of the window. This only works with

       --bg_color color
              Background color to display behind transparent image.  This only works with w3m.

       --gap num
              Gap between image and text.

       NOTE: --gap can take a negative value which will move the text
              closer to the left side.

              Delete cached files and thumbnails.

       --config /path/to/config
              Specify a path to a custom config file

       --config none
              Launch the script without a config file

              Don't create the user config file.

              Print the default config file to stdout.

              Turn off all colors and disables any ASCII/image backend.

       --help Print this text and exit

              Show neofetch version

       -v     Display error messages.

       -vv    Display a verbose log for error reporting.

              Generate a manpage for Neofetch in your PWD. (Requires GNU help2man)


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