6.1.2 Nicotine+ Extra's: Add On, nSysInfoD

Set of easy to add commands to display various system information

6.1.2.1 Nicotine+ Extra's: Add On, nCPUinfo


nCPUinfo stands for Nicotine+ CPU info
It is one simple command that allows you to display systems CPU specification easy in Nicotine+.
nCPUinfo works on all Linux distro's without any depencies.








Install nCPUinfo

NoName 's system is running a VIA Nehemiah @ 999.936 MHz

  • 1. Start Nicotine+
  • 2. insert 1 of the following command in chat input-field
    /al cpu /me 's system is running |(cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep 'model name\|MHz'|cut -d ':' -f2 | tr '\n' ' ' | sed -r 's/^(.+)  (.+)/\1 @ \2MHz/')
    /al cpu /me 's system runs on |(type=`cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep "model name" | sed 's/model name\t:/ /g'` ; speed=`cat /proc/cpuinfo
    | grep "cpu MHz" | awk '{ print $4 }'` ; echo " $type @ $speed MHz")

  • 3. Test the script by starting nCPUinfo with following command in chat input-field.
    /cpu

6.1.2.2 Nicotine+ Extra's: Add On, nUPTime


nUPTime stands for Nicotine+ Uptime
It is one simple command that allows you to display your systems uptime in Nicotine+.
nUPTime works on all Linux distro's without any depencies.






Do not change the script in anway! else it won't work!


Install nUPTime

  • 1. Start Nicotine+
  • 2. insert 1 of the following command in chat input-field

    NoName 's system has been up for 1 days and 11:52 hours

    /al uptime /me 's |(var=(`uptime`) ; if [ -n "${var[11]}" ] ; then uptime | sed 's/,/ /g' | awk '{ print " system has been up for " $3 " days and " $5 " hours"}' ; else uptime | sed 's/,/ /g' | awk '{ print " system has been up for " $3 " hours" }'; fi)

    NoName 's system has been up for 1 days 11 hours 55 mins

    /al uptime /me 's |(var=(`uptime`) ; if [ -n "${var[11]}" ] ; then uptime | sed 's/,/ /g' | awk '{ print " system has been up for " $3 " days " $5 " mins"}' | sed 's/:/ hours /g' ; else uptime | sed 's/,/ /g' | awk '{ print " system has been up for " $3 " mins" }' | sed 's/:/ hours /g' ; fi)

  • 3. Test the script by starting nUPTime with following command in chat input-field.
    /uptime

6.1.2.3 Nicotine+ Extra's: Add On, WSBash

WSBash stands for WinSlayer Bash
It is one simple command that allows you to display Bash version easy in Nicotine+.

Install WSBash

NoName 's version of bash is GNU 3.1.14(2)-release

  • 1. Start Nicotine+
  • 2. insert the following command in chat input-field
    /al bash /me 's version of bash is |( bash --version | grep gnu | awk '{ print $1 " " $4 ""}')
  • 3. Test the script by starting nCPUinfo with following command in chat input-field.
    /bash

6.1.2.4 Nicotine+ Extra's: Add On, WSKernel

WSBash stands for WinSlayer Kernel
It is one simple command that allows you to display Bash version easy in Nicotine+.


Install WSBash

NoName is running Linux Kernel version 2.6.16

  • 1. Start Nicotine+
  • 2. insert the following command in chat input-field
    /al kernel /me is running |(cat /proc/version | awk '{ print " Linux Kernel version " $3 ""}')
  • 3. Test the script by starting nCPUinfo with following command in chat input-field.
    /kernel

Thanks to:

lee8oi ( lee8oi [at] yahoo [dot] com)





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