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Eee plasmoid

   0.1.1  

Plasmoid Script

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Eee plasmoid
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Eee plasmoid
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  1188
Submitted:  Apr 16 2009
Updated:  Jul 5 2009

Description:

This is a simple applet for monitoring and controlling the state of the EeePC's peripherals:
-Card Reader
-Webcam
-Wireless
-Bluetooth

This is mainly useful to save battery power, eg by turning off the radios when they're not used.
Complete with nice little tooltips.

Simply click on an icon to toggle its state.

It uses the interface of the eeepc_laptop module.
I wrote this because I did not know of a nice way to do this in kde without resorting to running the echo commands manually, or compiling a gtk-base tray applet.

Based off the nice little Suspend Plasmoid:
http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php/Suspend+Applet?content=101780

Known bug: Has funny spacing in panel. Does anyone know how to fix the large seemingly fixed spacing in the panels?

Todo: Would be sweet to use policykit instead of kdesu, will have to look into it.

Note: If you are using a (k)ubuntu system, you may not have the kdesu command. If this is so, you can either:
- Edit contents/main.py and replace the 'kdesu' in line 47 with 'kdesudo'.
- Or symlink kdesu to kdesudo.




Changelog:

0.1.1 - Not a terrible amount: code refactor, and autorefresh every 5 seconds.
0.1 - Initial release.




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 for Kubuntu

 
 by YAFU on: Aug 3 2009
 
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I have made the modifications replacing kdesu to kdesudo for kubuntu, and the correction mentioned by the user "bonaire"
This is the plasma for Kubuntu:

http://rapidshare.de/files/48014928/eee-plasmoid-0.1.1.plasmoid.html

Thanks!


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 package needed

 
 by YAFU on: Aug 3 2009
 
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Correction: plasma=plasmoid :)

And you need to install this package to work on Kubuntu:

sudo apt-get install plasma-scriptengine-python

Instead, you get an error about this:

"could not create a python scriptengine"

Bye!


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 addapt for more hardware

 
 by schmirrwurst on: Sep 19 2009
 
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Hi, this plasmoid is what I'm searching for.
Could you adapt it for all laptop ?

Could you tell me how to do that ?


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 Re: addapt for more hardware

 
 by schmirrwurst on: Sep 19 2009
 
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I though if the command in /sys are not the same, perhaps it could be configured with the widget configuration...


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 Help! New(3 Days) to Kubuntu

 
 by Josefpatch on: Feb 17 2010
 
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I know that this is a relatively noob thing to ask, but where can I find the file to change 'Kdesu' to 'kdesudo'?
I am also still getting the hang of using the terminal, so if you give me instructions to be used in it, please give me the complete command.
(I only know the basics)


Thanks for any help you can give me.
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 Re: Help! New(3 Days) to Kubuntu

 
 by Josefpatch on: Feb 17 2010
 
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Never mind...
Right after I posted it, I figured it out.
I originally downloaded the widget using the widget app built into Kubuntu 9.10. Uninstalled that, and downloaded the one straight from the site.


Forgive my incompetense. :)
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 KDE 4.4

 
 by ChemBro on: Feb 20 2010
 
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Hi there.

I'm running KDE 4.4 on Arch Linux/KDEmod with plasma-netbook and the eee-plasmoid doesn't work for me. It says something like "cannot initialize python-script".

Does this plasmoid work in KDE 4.4? I need it on my eee. :-( It's very useful.


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 Run problem

 
 by nufrix on: Nov 12 2010
 
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Hi,

maybe i am doing something wrong, but i can't run this plasmoid. I installed it properly and without any trouble, but when i try tu run it, it show this message:

/sys/devices/platform/eeepc doesn't seem to exist, is the eeepc_laptop module loaded

I know that there is a module missing, but i can't find it in the repositories of my Kubuntu 10.10. I really like the idea of this plasmoid, but i can't try it :(


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 kdesu problem

 
 by CJPB on: Aug 5 2011
 
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Hi,
i'm trying to adapt you plasmoid to do the same thing on my thinkpad. I don't know any programming though :|
I've made the proper adjustments with regard to the devices and such... but the command is not working. When i click an icon i'm prompt to insert the password but then i get an error... can not bla bla bla

In the terminal, the same command works as root (su), but if i do "kdesu echo..." it doesn't work. Complains about permissions. The kdesu works with other commands though, kdesu yast2 works fine for instance.

Any guess as to why i can get over this?
regards,
Carlos


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