What is it?
Atentu is a MoTD generator that leverages a self devised system info library. The sysinfo library and Atentu are written in Fennel, but can be exported to Lua and sourced in Lua code. Atentu itself is meant to be compiled and ran via a cronjob to update the MoTD periodically
Atentu is currently very simple, but will eventually feature a configuration file in /etc/atentu/.
Sysinfo is currently only available via the git repo, but a Lua rock is in the works, and eventually the library will be available via luarocks
The below is a simple example that can be found in Atentu's git repo.
==================== Hostname.....: domus Load.....: 0.01 0.04 0.05 Memory.....: 567.0/19654.0 Uptime.....: 0 days 4 hours 22 min ==================== Discs.....: / ... 57G/230G ==================== Access to this server is strictly prohibited. Unauthorized access will be persecuted to its fullest extent. ====================
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