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Simple CPU MEM and NET monitor

   1.6  

Karamba

Score 79%
Simple CPU MEM and NET monitor
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Simple CPU MEM and NET monitor
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Homepage:  http://techbugs.org
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  7874
Submitted:  Oct 19 2008
Updated:  May 20 2011

Description:

This is a simple monitor I use on my desktop(hacked from another one I don't remember the name), got off looking at those big ones covering a lot of screen... basically I want to see what is happening on my comp but not all the unnecessary details.

So just Extract and add using "Install new widgets"-->"Install from file"

**depends on acpi,hddtemp,lm_sensors

I have kept them separated so that it easy to just keep what you want.

Have fun!




Changelog:

V1.6 Updated Power/Battery indicator

V1.5 Added CPU monitor for intel i7 and like (dual quad core)

V1.4 Minor changes.

V1.3 Changed Default Location of the monitors from x=0,y=0 to y+=100, so that Top panel doesnt hide the theme

packed all thems inside tar.gz file to make them installable directly from Superkaramba's 'Get new Stuff'

Thanks Lechio for the suggestions.

V1.2 Added Power monitor for Laptops

V1.1 Added Temp monitors for CPU and HDD, and a separate quad core CPU monitor.

V1.0 Simple monitor for CPU MEM and NET




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 Very nice=)

 
 by hadamar on: Oct 30 2008
 
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Very nice for my laptop.
Ny the way me added one more sensor:

bar x=95 y=3 w=142 h=10 name="bar" vertical=false path="img/bar.png" sensor=program program="powersave -b | grep per | awk {'print $3'}" interval=10000
text x=50 y=0 w=43 h=15 sensor=program program="echo `powersave -b | grep per | awk {'print $3'}` %" interval=10000 align=right fontsize=13

text x=50 y=14 w=142 h=15 sensor=program program="echo `powersave -b | grep AC | awk {'print $3'}`/`powersave -b | grep Ch | awk {'print $3'}`" interval=10000 align=right fontsize=13

It looks good on my laptop.


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 Re: Very nice=)

 
 by techbugs on: Oct 30 2008
 
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Hey thanks man.. cool I'll just add a quick power meter too.


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 Re: Very nice=)

 
 by pigulici on: May 7 2009
 
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how to make it to stay on top , to see on other windows(browser, file manager, etc?)


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 postitions, sizes and package

 
 by Lechio on: Nov 2 2008
 
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Hi there. First congrats for your theme, very simple and usable.

A couple of things that could be improved:

- The packaging: don't put the skz file inside a zip archive otherwise it will fail to install with the "get new stuff" option in SuperKaramba;

- The position of the themes on screen: when a person has the panel at the top of the screen, the themes get covered by the panel, and will not show, making a theme display at (0,0) coordinates is not a good idea. Try to make them display lower, maybe something like x=100 would be a good spot. Also don't make the different themes display at the same positions.

- The size of the themes:
Background image is of 230x16, but in the theme files that display two rows you have the sizes of 240x25. Should be something like "h=32" in those and something like "h=64" for the quad core, otherwise those will crop.


Other than that it's a nice, simple theme and my choice for showing CPU info :)
Regards, Lechio




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 Re: postitions, sizes and package

 
 by techbugs on: Nov 2 2008
 
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Hi Lechio.. Thanks for the comments and suggestions, I'll work things out and update the code, however I dont know if i can upload multiple skz files in one theme here..
thanks again
Siddharth


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 Re: Re: postitions, sizes and

 
 by Lechio on: Nov 2 2008
 
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The issue is not really in your theme, but in how Superkaramba reads the package. Being a zip file, Superkaramba assumes that it is packaged as an skz file, when in fact it is a compressed zip file with multiple skz files inside.

It's a quick fix for the packaging, instead of using zip as compression, use the .tar.gz compression format. Put all of your skz files inside that tar.gz package and it's done.


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 Question about HDD TEMP

 
 by mirzaD on: Nov 3 2008
 
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When I add TEMP widget desktop it doesn't show HDD temp and shows CPU temp.
If I add TEMP widget as super user "sudo" trough superkaramba it shows HDD temp...

How to solve this issue ?

Using Kubuntu 8.10


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 Re: Question about HDD TEMP

 
 by techbugs on: Nov 4 2008
 
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Hi,

Try this command
"hddtemp /dev/sda"
and if it gives error
"sudo hddtemp /dev/sda"

output should be something like
/dev/sda: Hitachi HTS542525K9SA00: 38°C


if the later works then you will need to change the same in the TEMP.skz file..
Procedure
1. Rename TEMP.skz to TEMP.zip
2. Extract
3. Open TEMP.theme in text editor and change "hddtemp /dev/sda" to "sudo hddtemp /dev/sda"
4. Re zip to TEMP.zip
5. Rename back to TEMP.skz


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 Re: Re: Question about HDD TEMP

 
 by mirzaD on: Nov 5 2008
 
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thanks for an answer but it doesn't work that way. i changed source as you pointed out but now when i add a widget it doesn't show any thing. i suppose that it requires a password for sudo but it can't get it.


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 Re: Re: Re: Question about HDD TEMP

 
 by techbugs on: Nov 5 2008
 
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if you need to do sudo for hddtemp try giving permission to your user on hddtemp...


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 Doesn't read temp here.

 
 by fyujj on: Jan 17 2009
 
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Of all the superkaramba hardware monitor themes I've tried only JADS would read temps, but it's huge and not much clean. Xsensors reads them and so the applet I have in Gnome. Aside from that I like it.


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 Re: Doesn't read temp here.

 
 by fyujj on: Jan 17 2009
 
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Maybe it was cos I hadn't ktemperatures installed. Now I forgot how to download new superkaramba themes..


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 no transparency

 
 by janet on: May 9 2009
 
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In KDE4 we need composite enabled to show this theme with a transparent frame. To avoid that (I'm stuck to a not-composite-capable notebook) I changed the positions of the bars etc. and the width of the applet a little. Now it just has a tiny 1 pixel white frame which IMHO looks much better in solid mode (you won't see any difference when your box is capable of real transparency):

If you want to try: set the width of the whole applet to w=226, startposition of background image x=1, for bar.png x=87, text x=40 and x=4 for sensor name.


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 Re: no transparency

 
 by techbugs on: Jun 14 2009
 
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cool.. thanks. will add to the theme


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 different bars

 
 by janet on: May 9 2009
 
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in case someone likes different bars:

http://spacepenguin.de/unsorted/SMon/bar-temp.png
http://spacepenguin.de/unsorted/SMon/bar-temp-bicolor.png
http://spacepenguin.de/unsorted/SMon/bar-bicolor.png
http://spacepenguin.de/unsorted/SMon/solidmon.png


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