wmfsm(1) shows the amount of disk space available


wmfsm [--normal, -n ] [--fire, -f ] [--blink, -b ] [--noblink ] [-display ] [-d, --delay ] [-h, --help ]


wmfsm is a WindowMaker dock application that shows the amount of disk space available on mounted file systems with colored bars.


This program follows the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (`-'). A summary of options is included below.

-h, --help
Show summary of options.
-v, --version
Show version of program.
-n, --normal   
Show the entire bars in the same color.
-f, --fire     
Render the bars as gradients. You may switch between
the normal and fire modes by mouse clicks anywhere on wmfsm.
-b, --blink    
Blink the bars if the filesystem is 95% full.
Do not blink if the filesystem is 95% full.
Draw on the specified display.
-d, --delay    
Wait the specified number of milliseconds to redraw
the window.
-a, --appearance
Select an appearance file. Note that these files may be found in the wmfsm data directory, likely /usr/local/share/wmfsm or /usr/share/wmfsm.


You may exclude filesystems from being show by wmfsm by listing them in the ~/.wmfsmrc file. It should have as its first line either [include] or [exclude]. The next lines are filesystems that are either explicitly included or excluded respectively.

Note: the format of the ~/.wmfsmrc file is very strict. Make sure there are no whitespaces at the beginning or at the end of lines. No comments (#) are allowed. Here is an example:



This manual page was written by Chris Gray <[email protected]>.