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Singles monitors

   1.2  

Karamba

Score 75%
Singles monitors
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Link:  Link
Downloads:  15217
Submitted:  Jul 23 2007
Updated:  Oct 21 2007

Description:

4 system monitors:
1)Cpu dual-core monitor
2)Ram-memory monitor
3)Network monitor
4)Disk monitor
5)Cpu single-core monitor
6)Time and Date monitor

Every monitor could be used alone.
There are instructions inside in english and in italian

READ Instruction file for more informations




Changelog:

1)Errata-corrige into instruction file
2)Add support for Intel single-core
3)Add support for AMD single-core
4)Add Time and Date monitor




LicenseGPL
(Instructions)
(Single cpu amd)
(Single cpu intel)
(Dual-core amd)
(Dual-core intel)
(Disk monitor)
(Memory monitor)
(Network monitor)
(Time and Date)
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 Nice

 
 by mathijsrogiers on: Jul 24 2007
 
Score 50%

Good work! I like the theme.
But I have some remarks:
- In the instructions for the 'single_network' theme:
Quote:
Probably you need to modifie the network device name like eth0 , eth1, etc...
To do this open with a text editor the file Wide_Net.theme
and search string device="eth1" and modify it like you need,
for example device="eth0".

You talk about a "Wide_Net.theme". I suppose you mean the "Single_Net.theme"?
(and a little typo: modifie should be modify.)

- Maybe you can put a .theme file for the users with a single core proc. Or make an instruction file where you say they can delete the part beginning with "core2"

But I really like your theme, it's now on my desktop!


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 Re: Nice

 
 by alieno on: Jul 27 2007
 
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Yes, sorry i used the instruction of my first single theme (network monitor only)....but with new themes i changed the name and i forget to change it into Sinlge_Net.theme.


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 Best One

 
 by gerowen on: Dec 14 2007
 
Score 50%

One of the best Superkaramba suites I've seen, and because it's the "singles" option. I hate the ones that try to put everything in one widget and then don't pick up both cores of your processor or have stuff on there that you don't have in your computer. This way you get sharp looking widgets, and only the ones you want. Thank you and good work.


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 good theme

 
 by bdforbes on: May 19 2008
 
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Very nice theme, it gave me what I wanted and nothing more


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