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Zebra System Monitor

   0.7  

Karamba

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Zebra System Monitor
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Zebra System Monitor
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Link:  Link
Downloads:  15227
Submitted:  Jul 12 2007
Updated:  May 29 2008

Description:

Zebra System Monitor is a SuperKaramba theme with a basic system informations and some python extensions for changing background, icon set, partition description, text and plot colors etc.


Requirements:
You need following programs to run the Zebra System Monitor:

* Lm-Sensors
* PyQt
* Image Magick
* hddtemp

The installation guide is available on my home page!




Changelog:

06->07

* Partly re-written in order to reduce cpu usage.
* Added the option for monitoring the weather forecast.

05->06

* Added 5 new backgrounds and one icon set.
* Added the option to run lm-sensors or another program for displaying the cpu temperature.
* Added the option to monitor the hard disk temperature.

04->05

* Added the option to display free/used space of HDD,RAM and Swap.
* Added the option to display bar charts instead of textual visualization.
* fixed some bugs (and made some new ).

03->04
Added some features for displaying more system informations:

* Network traffic.
* CPU frequency and cache size.
* Top processes.
* etc.

02-->03 (Zebra becomes transparent)
Added following menu options for changing:

* transparency of background.
* icon set (5 icon sets are added).
* grid color.

01-->02

* Added a new background.
* Added menu "Change Font".
* Added menu "Enable Shadow".



License:
GPL, Except for some of the icons

(ZebraDualCore-0.7)
(ZebraSoloCore-0.7)
(ZebraDualCore-0.7 (mirror))
(ZebraSoloCore-0.7 (mirror))
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 can't configure

 
 by akalsha on: Apr 29 2008
 
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Hello,
I just installed this and something isn't right. It looks nothing like the screenshots. It's only showing the resources of my two processors and nothing else. There's no background, only text. And when I right click on it and select configure, nothing happens. What could be wrong? I installed all of the required programs.


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 n1

 
 by johnnyjoflin on: May 30 2008
 
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well done

what about removing the "location" ? actually i know where i live.

greetz joe


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 Re: n1

 
 by dennord on: Jun 14 2008
 
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Thanks for your suggestion!
I've made some changes and updated the zebra files on my web site.

For not displaying your location, just leave the input field "City" empty!

mfg
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 CPU temperature?

 
 by ravl on: Jun 10 2008
 
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Great theme! I followed the instructions to install it and it's working well.
I have a small issue with the CPUs temperature reading. On the instructions, the sensor reading is 'Core 0: +47C'. My chip reads 'Core0 Temp: +47C', so the monitor shows 'Temp: Temp:'. I'm guessing it's a parsing error, if you can tell me how to fix it, i'd appreciate it.


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 Re: CPU temperature?

 
 by dennord on: Jun 10 2008
 
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HI,

yes it's a parsing error. You have to make some changes in the zebraDualCore.py/zebraSoloCore.py file.

1.- Search for the line
"if l1=="Core 0":
str1='sensor=program program="sensors |grep \'Core 0\' | awk \'{ print $3 }\' |sed s/+// |line 1"'" (it's in the class "CpuTemp")

2.- Replace awk \'{ print $3 }\' by awk \'{ print $4 }\'

3.- Save the file and restart the theme

I hope this could help you.


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 Re: Re: CPU temperature?

 
 by ravl on: Jun 11 2008
 
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I tried what you recommended and it didn't help. I think it is because of the lack of the space in the sensors result for my laptop:

$ sensors
k8temp-pci-00c3
Adapter: PCI adapter
Core0 Temp: +41.0°C
Core0 Temp: +33.0°C
Core1 Temp: +38.0°C
Core1 Temp: +35.0°C

I hope you can show me a way to make it work, I really like the theme.


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 Re: Re: Re: CPU temperature?

 
 by dennord on: Jun 11 2008
 
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Hi,

1.- type the following command in your terminal:

sensors |grep 'Core0 Temp' |awk '{print $2}' |sed s/+// |line 1

you could also play with other inputs (f.e. '{print $3} or grep 'Core0' ...)

The output should be like this:
47.0°C

2. change the line named above according to the correct command.

Servus


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 title bar

 
 by dnelub on: Dec 12 2008
 
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In my opinion Someone should change the title bar of this. I think everthing looks ok but the title bar...


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