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plasmoid-hwmon

   1.0  

Plasmoid Script

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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  391
Submitted:  May 18 2013
Updated:  Mar 7 2014

Description:

this is a plasmoid for KDE. it can monitor cpu and nvidia video card temperatures for you recently. nvidia-smi command is run for detecting nvidia video card temperature, so if you\'d like to monitor it, you should make sure nvidia-smi command is in your path.
some machine's motherboard doesn't report cpu temperature to operating system and this plasmoid can not retrieve cpu temperature from acpi, in this situation,this plasmoid will try to read cpu temperature from sensors command, so you must have finished the sensors' configuration with sensors-detect command.
installation:
  • download the file plasmoid-hwmon.plasmoid and save it to any directory you like.

  • run the following command to install this plasmoid:
    plasmapkg -i /path/to/plasmoid-hwmon.plasmoid


  • if you have already installed this plasmoid,run the following command to update this plasmoid:
    plasmapkg -u /path/to/plasmoid-hwmon.plasmoid, then remove this plasmoid from panel and add it again.


  • TODO:

  • support ati video card temperature monitor.


  • add color configurations.

  • if you encounter any problem while using this plasmoid, you can check 'enable trace' in configuration window, then wait for about 9 seconds( 3 times of default update period), and then email this file '/tmp/net.ubuntudaily.hwmon.log' to me, of cource, you should also describe what's your problem.




    Changelog:

    2014-03-07 feature:
    (1). add a new configuration (bypass acpi) to help to retrieve cpu temperature directly from sensors command withou giving acpi a try.
    (2). merge net.ubuntudaily.hwmon.trace.log and net.ubuntudaily.hwmon.info.log into net.ubuntudaily.hwmon.log, so from now on your should email net.ubuntudaily.hwmon.log to me for debug purpose.
    2013-5-22 feature: you can see build time in the configuration window now
    2013-5-22 fix: if there is never data from acpi datasource, try to retreive cpu temperature from sensors command
    2013-5-21 fix:when failed to connect data source 'acpi/Thermal_Zone/0/Temperature', try to utilize sensors
    2013-5-20 fix:some machine's motherboard can not provide cpu temperature to os,in this situation cpu temperature will be read from sensors' command
    2013-5-20 fix:/run directory does not exist in some distros.in this situation temp data will be writen to /tmp




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     I see NO output

     
     by vaxxipooh on: May 19 2013
     
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    I looks that this plasmoid dont work - its installed and put in panel - i can get to settings but theres NO output in panel for CPU or GPU - i have nvidia-smi in my path.

    MyOS:
    Linux Mint 14 / KDE 4.10.3


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     Re: I see NO output

     
     by redhatlinux10 on: May 19 2013
     
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    hi, vaxxipooh, thanks for your feedback !
    to help me localize the source of the problem, would you please check 'enable trace ' for about 10 seconds, then email this file '/tmp/net.ubuntudaily.hwmon.trace.log' to me?


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     Re: Re: I see NO output

     
     by vaxxipooh on: May 19 2013
     
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    Hi

    Here's the out from the log file:

    -------- snip -------------------

    trace : data source name :UTC
    trace : nvidia-smi -q -d TEMPERATURE|grep Gpu|cut -d: -f2>/run/user/1000/net.ubuntudaily.hwmon.gpu.temp
    trace : slotGPUDataHandleFinished:
    trace : gpuTempRequestMissedPercent : 1%

    -------- snap -------------------

    Look's like wrong user there "1000" and not my login user name and theres no "1000" under "/run/user" either when the plasmoid runs . . .

    the missing info for CPU is maybe that i dont have "acpi/Thermal_Zone/0/Temperature" on my system (i use LM Sensors).

    Have fun :-)



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     Re: Re: Re: I see NO output

     
     by redhatlinux10 on: May 20 2013
     
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    Quote:
    Look's like wrong user there "1000" and not my login user name and theres no "1000" under "/run/user" either when the plasmoid runs

    the directory /run is a tmpfs, and it exists in memory, so file manipulation in this directory is faster than in normal file system. 1000 is current user id, not user name.i think i should fallback to /tmp if /run does not exist
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    the missing info for CPU is maybe that i dont have "acpi/Thermal_Zone/0/Temperature" on my system (i use LM Sensors)
    i should have realized that the directory /proc/acpi/thermal_zone is not always capable of providing cpu temperature informations. i should fallback to utilize sensors. is this directory empty in your machine?


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: I see NO output

     
     by vaxxipooh on: May 20 2013
     
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    Hi again :-)

    In /proc/acpi i have just event and wakeup - i running your plasmoid just at the moment and thereis NO output whatsoever in /run/user

    Ihope you can fix this coz i like this idea to have to monitor my CPU and GPU in the panel where i can see it all the time ;-)

    Have a nice summerday


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: I see NO output

     
     by redhatlinux10 on: May 20 2013
     
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    these two problems have been fixed.thanks for your feedback!
    enjoy fun!


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: I see NO output

     
     by redhatlinux10 on: May 20 2013
     
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    i have updated the way how to update this plasmoid in the description.



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     Hmm . . . NO CPU readings

     
     by vaxxipooh on: May 21 2013
     
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    It sort of works now . . partially, i can see the GPU readings but not CPU readings ..

    from the log:

    trace : data source name :UTC
    trace : nvidia-smi -q -d TEMPERATURE|grep Gpu|cut -d: -f2>/tmp/net.ubuntudaily.hwmon.gpu.temp
    trace : slotGPUDataHandleFinished:
    trace : gpuTempRequestMissedPercent : 85.71%

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    I can see in main.js that the sensors command is somehow rigth as of sensors|grep temp1

    for me the command sensors|grep temp1|cut -d: -f2 outputs this long string:

    +34.0°C (low = +127.0°C, high = +127.0°C) sensor = thermistor

    there's nothing in the /tmp dir from the cpu readings.


    Keep the work up :-)


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     Great little app this is :-)

     
     by vaxxipooh on: May 22 2013
     
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    Works like a Charm now on my Linux Mint 14 - Bruce had take time so it will work whith LM sensors now . . Its excellent to see your temperature reading in the panel - then you see it all the time . . .


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     color customization?

     
     by totedati on: Jul 26 2013
     
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    i like this plasmoid! working 100% in Mint 14 but ... i have a little problem

    red color for GPU is ok but on my plasma color configuration that CPU yellow is hardly reading ... from where i can change this color settings!?


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     i haked you!

     
     by totedati on: Jul 26 2013
     
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    in
    .kde/share/apps/plasma/plasmoids/net_ubuntudaily_plasmoid_hwmon/contents/code/main.js

    if i change

    function setCpuTempLabel(temp){
    cpuTempLabel.text = '<font color="yellow">' + 'C' + temp + '</font>';
    }

    from <font color="yellow"> to <font color="blue"> my little problem is gone!

    yayyyyyyy ;-)



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     Question Mark next to the system temp

     
     by donniezazen on: Mar 12 2014
     
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    When no temp is available like for nvidia, it should just not show it, instead of showing a question mark.


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     Wrong CPU temp

     
     by paviluf on: Oct 15 2014
     
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    The CPU temp is incorrect on my system.
    I see you get the CPU with temp1 :
    sensors|grep 'temp1'|cut -d: -f2

    But for me the real temp is that one : Physical id 0

    It will be good if you can make that detection automatic like in Simple CPU Sensor

    http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php/Simple+CPU+Sensor?content=135310

    Thank you


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