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BuildAMon -Build Your Own System Monitor

   1.1.2  

Karamba

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BuildAMon -Build Your Own System Monitor
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BuildAMon -Build Your Own System Monitor
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BuildAMon -Build Your Own System Monitor
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  11734
Submitted:  Feb 26 2007
Updated:  Mar 29 2007

Description:

It's not an ordinary theme. It's more. It's a collection of graphics and sensors to build a monitor for Your specific system, according to Your needs.

The theme You will put together contains a number of stripes that 10,20 or 40 pixel in hight (plus the top and the bottom). The 10 pixel size could contain a text sensor, the 20 pixel size is a sensorbar, the 40 pixel size is a graph. Just open the .theme file in a text editor and begin the build. Instructions and comments written in.

The sensors included:
-Top system information (username, hostname, kernel, uptime, etc)
-Users logged in
-CPU load graph with top processes
-CPU usage and CPU speed in MHz bars
-CPU temp graph
-GPU temp for Nvidia GPUs
-CPU,M/B,AIR temperature bars
-HDD temperature bars (hddtemp or smartmontools)
-FAN speed bars
-Memory and Swap usage bars
-Disk usage bars
-Network graphs with IP address
-Wlan signal level graph
-Gateway text
-Hard disk Smart information

Graphics: There are currently 4 different backgrouds and a couple of sensorbars, icons.

PS: There are 4 example themes for the 4 basic designs. If You finished build up Your own monitor, then it's very easy to change the design, just have to replace image filenames in text editor to get other designs.




Changelog:

1.1.2 fast bugfix
-graphs background fix
1.1 finished 2007-03-29
-Added HDD Smart information monitoring
-Added 2 more background sets
-Some new sensor bars
-Added example to monitor HDD temps through smartmontools
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 Dual Core 2 Display

 
 by Theo on: May 5 2007
 
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Hi, I have a Dual Core CPU, and the output was for the "CPU Speed":
1600 MHz
1600 MHz
of course in two lines, which crossed the next line.

So I changed the program input to this:
echo `head -n 7 /proc/cpuinfo | grep 'cpu MHz' | sed -e 's/.*: //'| sed -e 's/\....//'` / `tail -n 18 /proc/cpuinfo | grep 'cpu MHz' | sed -e 's/.*: //'| sed -e 's/\....//'` MHz

Now the output is: "1600 / 1600 MHz"

Maybe someone find a better way to do this in a better looking code.

Bye
Theo


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