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Submitted:  May 6 2007
Updated:  May 7 2007


Basic Gkrellm replacement, focusing on CPU utilization, but including memory output, network usage and hard drive / mounted drive output.

Narrow footprint similar to gkrellm to be less obtrusive than some other resource monitors around.


Changed the default appearance position in the .theme file which is the likely cause it was not appearing on some screens.

Sorry about the bungle :)

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 Not work :(

 by k0l0b0k on: May 6 2007
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Nice screenshot. I'm installed and run it, but nothing happens on my desktop... :( does it works under simple user?

OS: Gentoo ~x86 latest.

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 Re: Not work :(

 by chakkerz on: May 7 2007
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Yes works as standard user, ... i suspect the problem will be something dumb that i played with. Open the dualcore.theme file and change the first (well second) line from:

KARAMBA x=1400 y=200 w=120 h=715 locked=false

to something like:

KARAMBA x=400 y=200 w=120 h=715 locked=false

If your resolution is too small this would make it appear of screen.

Sorry ... very dumb newbie mistake :)

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 Re: Not work :(

 by chakkerz on: May 7 2007
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I just fixed that in the master file and re-uploaded it ... let me know if this doesn't fix the issue.

cheers, chakkerz

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 Changing C to F

 by billydv on: May 29 2007
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Is there a way to change the temp outputs to Fahrenheit in the theme?
I have beeen able to change some other stuff but not the temps.

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 Re: Changing C to F

 by chakkerz on: Jun 13 2007
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Yes mate there is

In the theme for each core there is a line looking something like:

text x=98 y=30 sensor=program program="sensors | grep temp1: | awk '{ print $2 }' | sed 's/+//' | line 1" align=right interval=500

Add a -f to the sensors:
text x=98 y=30 sensor=program program="sensors -f | grep temp1: | awk '{ print $2 }' | sed 's/+//' | line 1" align=right interval=500

And it's in Fahrenheit.

I'm currently working on another version of this theme, the plan is to make it more configurable ... or rather so it is configurable. I've added this to the design spec. That said give me a little while, I'm currently undergoing a crash course in python :)

with kind regards,

"You don't need eyes to see ... you need vision" -- Faithless (Reverence)

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