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Submitted:  Oct 29 2004


Disenfeldt2 Collection, version 1.0 , 2004-10-29

This is my 2:nd SuperKaramba collection that consists of different instruments.
The following basic elements are available :

* A single meter
* A single meter with bar/histogram enhancement
* A dual meter
* A dual meter with bar/histogram enhancement
* A display meter
* A tubeclock

Note that the meters (except the display meter type and the tubeclock) have
a transparent reflection effect below the meter glass.

All meters have dual needles. The red needle shows the current measurement, the blue needle
shows the peak value reached (since meter was started).
The peak needle can be resetted by doubleclicking on the meter (a menu then popups enabling
this action).

The meter scale [0,20,40,60,80,100] is settable in the python script and so are the
other meter labels (such as CPU, hda2, eth0, %, x100kB/s).
If you change the scale labels then remember to change the other corresponding scaling constants
in the python script.

Note that the meters can easily be altered to display different types of information
such as a different disk, a different network link, a dual CPU load etc.
The defaults are easily changed through the theme file and or the python file.

The default settings for the meters are to display :

1. hda2 - dmdiski and the dmdisk themes
2. eth0 - dmioh theme
3. CPU (0) - dmcpuh and the dmcpu themes

The two default display meters provided are :

1. Memory and disk - dmmemdsk theme
Displays physical/buffered/swap memory usage.
Displays up to 3 local filesystems (hdx)
Displays up to 3 remote filesystems (smb)

2. System Info - dmsys theme
Displays CPU, kernel, KDE, IP and user information.
Displays different types of system loads.

The clock is defined by the bluetube theme.

I hope that some of you may find these useful.

If you have any comments, please don't hesitate to write them down on this board
as all feedback is good.

Don't forget to vote so that I can see what you think of this contribution.

Best regards / Jonny

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 by pistolinux on: Jun 3 2007
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simply gorgeous!
I love all those old-fashioned (AKA analogic) stuff!
Very compliments, we've got enough "digital" themes, this is really a great idea!

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