os

What#

Display OS specific info. Defaults to Icon.

Sample Configuration#

{
"type": "os",
"style": "plain",
"foreground": "#26C6DA",
"background": "#546E7A",
"properties": {
"postfix": " \uE0B1",
"macos": "mac"
}
}

Properties#

  • macos: string - the string to use for macOS - defaults to macOS icon - defaults to \uF179
  • linux: string - the icon to use for Linux - defaults to Linux icon - defaults to \uF17C
  • windows: string - the icon to use for Windows - defaults to Windows icon - defaults to \uE62A
  • wsl: string - the string/icon to use for WSL - defaults to WSL
  • wsl_separator: string - the string to use for separating WSL from Linux - defaults to -
  • display_distro_name: boolean - display the distro name or icon (for WSL and Linux) - defaults to false
  • alpine: string - the icon to use for Alpine - defaults to Alpine icon - defaults to \uF300
  • aosc: string - the icon to use for Aosc - defaults to Aosc icon - defaults to \uF301
  • arch: string - the icon to use for Arch - defaults to Arch icon - defaults to \uF303
  • centos: string - the icon to use for Centos - defaults to Centos icon - defaults to \uF304
  • coreos: string - the icon to use for Coreos - defaults to Coreos icon - defaults to \uF305
  • debian: string - the icon to use for Debian - defaults to Debian icon - defaults to \uF306
  • devuan: string - the icon to use for Devuan - defaults to Devuan icon - defaults to \uF307
  • raspbian: string - the icon to use for Raspbian - defaults to Raspbian icon - defaults to \uF315
  • elementary: string - the icon to use for Elementary - defaults to Elementary icon - defaults to \uF309
  • fedora: string - the icon to use for Fedora - defaults to Fedora icon - defaults to \uF30a
  • gentoo: string - the icon to use for Gentoo - defaults to Gentoo icon - defaults to \uF30d
  • mageia: string - the icon to use for Mageia - defaults to Mageia icon - defaults to \uF310
  • manjaro: string - the icon to use for Manjaro - defaults to Manjaro icon - defaults to \uF312
  • mint: string - the icon to use for Mint - defaults to Mint icon - defaults to \uF30e
  • nixos: string - the icon to use for Nixos - defaults to Nixos icon - defaults to \uF313
  • opensuse: string - the icon to use for Opensuse - defaults to Opensuse icon - defaults to \uF314
  • sabayon: string - the icon to use for Sabayon - defaults to Sabayon icon - defaults to \uF317
  • slackware: string - the icon to use for Slackware - defaults to Slackware icon - defaults to \uF319
  • ubuntu: string - the icon to use for Ubuntu - defaults to Ubuntu icon - defaults to \uF31b