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CHECKINT(1)						      General Commands Manual						       CHECKINT(1)

checkint - Show active network interfaces SYNOPSIS
checkint shows all active network interfaces AUTHOR
Luis Falcon is the original author. Michael Meskes wrote this manpage. COPYRIGHT GPL

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ACPI(1) 						      General Commands Manual							   ACPI(1)

acpi - Shows battery status and other ACPI information SYNOPSIS
acpi [options] DESCRIPTION
acpi Shows information from the /proc or the /sys filesystem, such as battery status or thermal information. OPTIONS
-b | --battery show battery information -a | --ac-adapter show ac adapter information -t | --thermal show thermal information -c | --cooling show cooling device information -V | --everything show every device, overrides above options -s | --show-empty show non-operational devices -i | --details show additional details if available: * battery capacity information * temperature trip points -f | --fahrenheit use fahrenheit as the temperature unit instead of default celsius -k | --kelvin use kelvin as the temperature unit instead of default celsius -p | --proc use the old /proc interface, default is the new /sys one -d | --directory <dir> path to ACPI info (either /proc/acpi or /sys/class) -h | --help display help and exit -v | --version output version information and exit AUTHOR
The original version of this manual page was written by Paul Telford <> for the Debian system. Newer additions were done by Michael Meskes <>. Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU GPL. ACPI(1)
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