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AnalogMachine Collection: DiscVU



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AnalogMachine Collection: DiscVU

AnalogMachine Collection: DiscVU

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Downloads:  5885
Submitted:  May 11 2004
Updated:  Apr 19 2005


I always liked metallic and/or old machinery looks on anything that is themable...
When I saw the TubeClock theme, I was thrilled... But nothing else had a similar look to combine!
First came the CPU and RAM modules as complete and total rip-offs from that code and grafics.
Isn't that the beauty of GPL? ;-)
But then I had this crazy idea about diskspace: just a dial with df's free-space isn't very helpful.
A "progressbar - like" meter is nowhere near that oldish, so... what about a VU-meter kind of thing?
But how do you move a needle on an analog panel? Good ol' GPL to the rescue again! Downloaded analogclock
and broke it to pieces, so the discVU theme is actually a _dual_ rip-off!


v. 0.3:
- The version supporting >100 Gb partitions based on work by Jens Köcke has been incorporated as an alternative .theme and .py pair.
- Target partition selection is now enabled via a kdialog combobox presenting all mounted partitions. Special thanks go to rkaerner, creator of TubeMail, for the productive dialogue over this issue.

v. 0.2:
Minor bugfix: approximation method in int() created the opportunity for serious numerical mixup whenever one of the digits resulted as > 9 (which SHOULD be impossible).

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 by macewan on: May 15 2004
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 by cLOUDDEAD on: Apr 25 2005
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where we find the clock for to this theme?

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 Re: Clock?

 by KiTaSuMbA on: Apr 25 2005
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The clock theme is called TubeClock and also comes with a seconds variant

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 by submersibleToaster on: May 27 2004
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DiscVU/DiscVU.py", line 84, in widgetUpdated
tot = float(output[1])
IndexError: list index out of range

Might be an frequent error for people who dont have /hdc2 mounted anywhere.

edit line 81 of DiskVU.py

f = os.popen("/bin/df | /bin/grep \"/hda1\"")

Would be 'polite' to raise an error if os.popen returns nothing. Better still to glean the mounted device from fstab?

Looks fantastic now I have it working.

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 *really* c00l...

 by hacar0 on: Jan 27 2005
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...You are here!
What about you, dear Kitasumba?!
Nice coding, nice Theme!
I can remember the first time I was looking your Gentoo (oh, shit! :p) linux box, using Karamba with your Theme! :D

It was terrific!!! :D

So It was the start of my thinking about installing and using Linux!...

This is *really* GREAT!!! ;)

Thanx, ciauz... .h

:: hack y0ur mind! ::
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 great visuals/look

 by jimbox on: Mar 22 2005
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great job.

nice detailing and feel!

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