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NAME

        acpi - Shows battery status information
 

SYNOPSIS

        acpi [options]
 

DESCRIPTION

        acpi  Shows information from the /proc filesystem, such as battery sta‐
        tus or thermal information.
 
        This manual page was written for the Debian  distribution  because  the
        original program does not have a manual page.
 

OPTIONS

        -b | --battery
                  show battery information
 
        -B | --without-battery
                  suppress battery information
 
        -t |  --thermal
                  show thermal information
 
        -T | --without-thermal
                  suppress thermal information
 
        -a | --ac-adapter
                  show ac adapter information
 
        -A | --without-ac-adapter
                  suppress ac-adapter information
 
        -V | --everything
                  show every device, overrides above options
 
        -s | --show-empty
                  show non-operational devices
 
        -S | --hide-empty
                  hide non-operational devices
 
        -c | --celcius
                  use celcius as the temperature unit
 
        -f | --fahrenheit
                  use fahrenheit as the temperature unit
 
        -k | --kelvin
                  use kelvin as the temperature unit
 
        -d | --directory <dir>
                  path to ACPI info (/proc/acpi)
 
        -h | --help
                  display help and exit
 
        -v | --version
                  output version information and exit
 

AUTHOR

        This  manual  page was written by Paul Telford <pxt@debian.org> for the
        Debian system (but may be used by others).  Permission  is  granted  to
        copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU
        GPL.
 
ACPI(1)
 

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