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This is the command devicetype-detect that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator

PROGRAM:

NAME


devicetype-detect - attempt to detect the type of the current device

SYNOPSIS


devicetype-detect [-h|--help|-v|--verbose|-V| --version|--compat]

DESCRIPTION


devicetype-detect attempts to determine device class of the running system based on the
display size, display resolution, and presence or absence of a battery. Depending on the
detected device, one of "phone", "desktop", "netbook", or "laptop" will be printed to
STDOUT.

OPTIONS


-h, --help
display a usage message and exit

-v, --verbose
print extra information to STDERR during detection

-V, --version
output version information and exit

--compat
Attempt to mimic the return codes for laptop-detect(1)

EXIT STATUS


0 Detection was successfully attempted

1 Detection was successfully attempted, and device is a desktop (has no battery)
[only in --compat mode]

2 Invalid Options

Others Errors in the detection process (please report a bug)

NOTES


The device type detection is necessarily crude, and would benefit hugely from clearer
product differentiation. With "phones" having resolutions of 1280x720 or greater,
"laptops" available down to 3.7" diagonal, "desktops" with internal batteries for "power
conditioning", and an increasing presence of modems, both AT and 3G in devices of all
classes, device class is often determined by the usage model of specific individuals,
rather than objective measurements of the device.

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