DESCRIPTIONosdsh is a a little program that overlays system information using the XOSD library. OSDsh was originally based on osdd but got some features added, like:
* It is able to display a clock.
* Shows the volume levels of the soundcard whenever they change.
* Tells you if you are on- or off-line, and the time you were connected.
* Shows the battery status and
* shows any message you want it to.
osdsh forks to the background when started and should be started in the user's session scripts (like ~/.xsession)
- Show summary of options.
- -m mixer
- Set mixer device. (Default: /dev/mixer)
- -f font
- Set font (Default: -*-lucidatypewriter-bold-*-*-*-*-240-*-*-*-*-*-*)
- -c color
- Set color (Default: green)
- -d int
- Set OSD delay (Default: 5)
- -o int
- Set shadow offset (Default: 1)
- -p <0|1>
- Position of the osd: 0 for top, 1 for bottom. (Default: 1 (bottom))
- -a <0|1|2>
- align of the osd: left, center or right
- -n number
set the nice number so osdsh won't eat your cpu
AUTHORThis manual page was written by Joachim Breitner <[email protected]>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others).