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ACPI Status Reader

   0.4  

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Link:  http://linuxrebel.us
Minimum required   KDE 3.2.x
Downloads:  369
Submitted:  Jan 5 2005

Description:

A simple kdialog program that as a user reads from /proc/acpi and presents in a small gui different information about the ACPI status of a laptop/system.

In order to use this app just open the compressed tarbal in your home directory. It will put a dir bin with the executable acpistat in it into your home. Then run bin/acpistat and chose the information you would like to see.

I'm unable to test locally if this works right on multi processor laptops/systems. The reason being ... I don't have one. However I wrote it such that it "should" be able to give info on all processors on the box where appropriate. If someone could leave some feedback on this it would help.

Finally "Why kdialog" well first of all I want to learn it. Second it works. I know I could do it in [insert lang] but I chose kdialog. Maybe later I'll get into [insert lang] and try it out there as well.
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Usage:

Click on the Item name you want to use and click OK, when you have finished reading the new windows information click OK and it will return you to the main window. Click Cancel or the kill button in your windec to close. (kdialog gives me a Cancel button not an Exit.)
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Release Notes:

1. This works the best on KDE 3.3+ as they finally got kdialog sorted out. However it will run albeit a little slower on 3.X KDE without a hitch. Personally I've only tested it out completely on 3.2.x and 3.3.x KDE on a Mandrake system.

2. The little icon in the title bar can be changed by modding the icon variable in the script just change the full path to the icon you wish to use.
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Changelog:

04-01-2005 ---- Initial release to the public as version 0.4. Versions 0.0 - 0.3 .x where not released.

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