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SysTach System Monitor - Re-write!

   1.5 + Themes  

Karamba

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SysTach System Monitor - Re-write!
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SysTach System Monitor - Re-write!
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SysTach System Monitor - Re-write!
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.0.x
Downloads:  5488
Submitted:  Jan 2 2008
Updated:  Jan 9 2008

Description:

SysTach System Monitor - new version! Now taking feature requests!

Complete re-write, now with 10% less rubbish.

The "tachometer" shows your CPU speed, and a few other things are shown below. Check the screenshot.

SysTach comes with 5 themes:

- Plain White
- Black
- Black Modern
- Black & Orange
- Electroluminescent Blue

If you don't have lm-sensors installed, this won't work. Well, it will, but gauges at the bottom will not display anything, so, in effect, it makes it cooler.

Detailed installation procedure:

1. Download the newly packaged SKZ file
2. Open in SuperKaramba
3. Grab a drink
4. Sit back, and enjoy


Coming soon:

* Sensor command line editing


Want a feature? See something broken? Comments ARE welcome.

Cheers!




Changelog:

1.5

* Packaged in an SKZ file
* Working themes configuration dialog
* Path detection (SKZ vs. home folder)
* Complete re-write

1.0
* Added "Electroluminescent Green" and "Black / Orange" themes

1.0b
* Fixed bug in "Black Modern" theme, background did not show up.

* Added "Black and Black Modern" theme.

1.0a
* Initial release




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 great but bug

 
 by nimrodel on: Jan 2 2008
 
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Hey this theme is great.
But it seems there is a bug in the systach.py of black_modern style.

The background doesn't appear, because, it specifies the wrong image name :

themes = {
"classicTheme" : [273,292,"tach_white.png","","","needle_black_modern.png"],
}

I changed to "tach_black_modern.png"
ans it works :)


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 Re: great but bug

 
 by mjkersey on: Jan 2 2008
 
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Ah... thanks for catching that :)


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 Re: Re: great but bu

 
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Fixed! New tarball uploaded. Also, 2 more themes.


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 Nice

 
 by eeproms on: Jan 3 2008
 
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I really like this, simple and to the point.


Sometimes in this age of high technology the best tool is a rock.
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 crewl...

 
 by Blackcrack on: Jan 9 2008
 
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Hy,

can you make the same with ethX ?
i have a Gigabit Network and 1100K AOL-Line :) and i think so a clock
for my network was very fine *bg*

eehh.. cool one! *s*
it's a crewl ..... !

greetings
Blacky


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 Re: crewl...

 
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Your wish is my command... or is it?

I'll see what I can do :)


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 Re: Re: crewl...

 
 by Blackcrack on: Jan 27 2008
 
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execute it ;)
letz see how manny speed the net be..
it's more intresting and let more
agressive speed to see *rofl*

-=whrbomwomwomwooooaaahhhhhrrrrrrr=-
*rofl*


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 Re: Re: Re: crewl...

 
 by Blackcrack on: Jan 27 2008
 
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humm... and one more.. heat of the
Gpu and speed and one or more for Fans,
it shold be enabling to take 2 Pictures,
one who let see where it be and the other
shold be the Tacho..eehhmm.. the app.. to
creating customs Designs and shold be
enabling to take a custom design.. and
middle of it shold be a little window
where be a heardbeadwindow of the
last 5 or more secounds ;)

Pease and manny pfun !! ;)
Blacky


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: crew

 
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Wait, what?


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 lm-sensors

 
 by RjHythloday on: Jan 26 2008
 
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I have lm-sensors installed but none of the gauges at the bottom show anything.

Any ideas?


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 Re: lm-sensors

 
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You may not have the same sensors I do. Which ones are missing?


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 Re: Re: lm-sensors

 
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Wait, scratch that, all are missing. Have you run sensors-detect, or similar? Check the output of the sensors program to find out if it's picking everything up.


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 sensor-detect

 
 by RjHythloday on: Feb 13 2008
 
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I ran sensors-detect and it added

# Chip drivers
it87

to etc/modules:

now what?

tia


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 Re: sensor-detect

 
 by RjHythloday on: Feb 13 2008
 
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interesting, the volts/ and vcore are working after a fresh install of gutsy. What can I do to get the core temp working? I had speedfan in windoz and samurize.


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 Re: Re: sensor-detec

 
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Ah-k. When you run sensors, does it show your core temp?

If so, what's the name of that label?


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 Suggestions

 
 by Nythanial on: Mar 1 2008
 
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Ok, so i havent even downloaded this one yet (currently at work) and i can tell it rocks.

Few suggestions, dont shoot me if they're already implemented (like i said, havent actually downloaded it yet, but will as soon as i get home)

1. How about creating a sister "speedometer" for net speed... the main "meter" could be up and down added together, for a combined throughput... and smaller "boxes" like on the tach could represent individual Up and Down, with possible options of multiple eth's or ra's

2. Another idea... release a "second" version or package in an alternat tach that focuses less on the overclocking info (most people dont really need to know or care much about thier voltage core) possibly through in other info

3. Last suggestion... pull the graph down a bit and widen it to look more like a standard "odometer" display, under the needle

just my two cents :)


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 Re: Suggestions

 
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I'm not one to shoot/kill/maime folks, so that's out of the question :)

Working on a "full dashboard" version currently. Not as in "here's a bloated blob of meters you can't fit anywhere on your desktop conveniently" type of thing, but like different guages to complement this one.

Moving the meter sounds good, you'd only have to move it down in the .theme file, which should be easy, assuming you've extracted the skz.

My apologies for letting this thing stagnate a bit, I've been coding sites all day for months :(


Oh, and suggestions have been noted. Hope to have something upgraded soon for y'all.


Cheers,

Kersey

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