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AutomatiK

   1.2.2  

Karamba

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AutomatiK
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AutomatiK
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Downloads:  3814
Submitted:  Jun 12 2009
Updated:  Dec 28 2012

Description:

What is new :
1.2.2
* fixed temperatures bugs
* added several icons for new distros
* fix bugs on disk display
* separate modules are being written

1.2.1
* A may rework on the Top section. It should be now faster and less resources hungry.

* The theme is now 1200 pixels high. The cropping on some large screens should be fixed.

* new styles have been added

* bug fix : "C" for Celsius is displayed only a sensor is found and setup.

This theme detects your hardware and automatically fits to your system.

You do not have to modify the theme file to fit your system.

[size=4]* * * * What is automatically detected * * * *[/size]

- LANGUAGE
Automatically detects the installed language of your system. If you are English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese and starts automatically in the correct language. Otherwise, English is set by default.


- DISTRO
Automatically detects the distro and shows the logo for the major ones. (Mandriva, Ubuntu, RedHat, Fedora, OpenSuse, Mint, Centos, Mepis, Slackware, PClinuxos, Linspire, Debian, Arch, Sabayon)
If you want your distro to be added, just ask (or if your logo is not displayed, please tell me so).


- CORES
Automatically detects the number of cores ( up to 8 cores )
Shows the frequency and temperature for each core.
The temperature will be shown if sensors is installed and configured.
Does anyone have more than 8 cores ?
Does anyone use it with an ATOM cpu ?


- PARTITIONS
Automatically detects the number of mounted partitions.
Shows the mounted directory
Shows the mounted device
Shows the total capacity
Shows the remaining space
Shows the used space ( and percentage )



- NETWORK
Automatically detects all your network interfaces (wired or wireless)
The Public IP should now be automatically updated (not tested yet)


Other features:

Info system
A click on system information opens kinfocenter if it is installed.


True top
This theme shows the real CPU and memory usage of the software (unlike ps).
A click on the TOP ZONE opens either KDE or GNOME system monitor (ksysguard of gnome-monitor).


Transparency setting since v0.95
A right-click on the theme allows to set the opacity of the widgets.


Language settings since v1.1
You can choose another language with a right mouse click( you will have to reload the theme afterwards)


File explorer
A click on the disk opens the corresponding disk in either dolphin, nautilus or xfe (ie : see first screenshot)


All the features below also work with Gnome



This update uses some of the nice improvements added by KuramaHasukaru on Jidohki : (language choice, other languages added, localisations, improvement of top,..)



What is Required :
* Kross. (the only obligatory software)
This package has different names : It is called libkross on Mandriva/Ubuntu/PClinux , Python-kde4 on Suse, kross-python4 on Fedora

* (lm_)sensors.
This is the temperature detection for each core.
To configure it just type as root in a terminal : "sensors-detect"
It is safe to answer yet to all the questions

* kinfocenter
This will give you lots of information on you system





Notes since v0.98
Allows to write down thoughts, notes...
will use kate, gedit, kwrite, emacs.
Idea taken from dartchick


Transparency setting stored since v1.0.
A 50% opacity is set by default if nothing is found


Clickable areas
Pop up tips and a mouse icon are displayed on clickable areas (do not forget to lock the theme)


[size=4]TRANSLATORS WANTED [/size]

So far there are 5 languages : French and English, German, Italian and Portuguese.

This theme can easily be translated. If you want to customize it, just open the translation.py file, add you language, and add the words to be translated.

If you send it to my email, I'll add your language in the next version.

remove the underscores in the following address
_fabien_henon@free_.fr

As always, all your comments and feedbacks are welcome.




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 Kross

 
 by Timslin on: Jun 27 2009
 
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What is Kross? Where can I find it?


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 Re: Kross

 
 by fabienhenon on: Jun 27 2009
 
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Hi

Actually the name under Mandriva is : libkross.

It must be the same with the other distro.
I am going to check with mint 7.


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 Re: Re: Kross

 
 by Timslin on: Jun 27 2009
 
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No results found for libkross in Fedora 11 kde


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 Re: Re: Re: Kross

 
 by fabienhenon on: Jun 27 2009
 
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Does Automatik works fine ? Maybe it is already installed ? As far as I can remember, AutomatiK worked fine on my system with virtual box


If not, a quick search on Google with the following keywords gave me rpm links

like :
ftp://fr2.rpmfind.net/linux/fedora/updates/11/i386/kross-python-4.2.3-2.fc11.i586.rpm


"kross python fedora"


Have you tried kross+python ?


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 Re: Re: Re: Kross

 
 by fabienhenon on: Jun 27 2009
 
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Does Automatik works fine ? Maybe it is already installed ? As far as I can remember, AutomatiK worked fine on my system with virtual box


If not, a quick search on Google with the following keywords gave me rpm links

like :
ftp://fr2.rpmfind.net/linux/fedora/updates/11/i386/kross-python-4.2.3-2.fc11.i586.rpm


"kross python fedora"


Have you tried kross+python ?


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 Re: Re: Re: Kross

 
 by fabienhenon on: Jun 27 2009
 
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Does Automatik works fine ? Maybe it is already installed ? As far as I can remember, AutomatiK worked fine on my system with virtual box


If not, a quick search on Google with the following keywords gave me rpm links

like :
ftp://fr2.rpmfind.net/linux/fedora/updates/11/i386/kross-python-4.2.3-2.fc11.i586.rpm


"kross python fedora"


Have you tried kross+python ?


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 Thank you

 
 by Timslin on: Jun 28 2009
 
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Thank you, working like a charm :)


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 Re: Thank you

 
 by fabienhenon on: Jun 28 2009
 
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You are welcome

Thanks for your comments.

It is always a pleasure to have feedbacks from posts.


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 Install

 
 by superBOB on: Jul 25 2009
 
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Hi
Sorry for being such a noob but how do you install this? I'm doing "install new plasmoids" and nothing seems to work.
Thanks.


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 Re: Install

 
 by fabienhenon on: Jul 25 2009
 
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Hi

I have created a new user on my PC, started superkaramba, clicked on "install new plasmoids" and "add to Desktop".
And it works.


Is it only AutomatiK that does not work? Have you tried another theme ?


If this does not work, download Automatik somewhere on your hard drive, unpack it with "tar xzvf AutomatiK_English.tgz", start superkaramba, click on the icon on the taskbar, choose open and select Automatik.theme where you have unpacked it

I hope this help, and thanks for your feedback


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 Re: Re: Install

 
 by superBOB on: Jul 26 2009
 
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Thanks it works fine.

Looks great btw.
Can't seem to change transparency though. Effects are activated and widget refreshed and all.


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 Re: Re: Re: Install

 
 by fabienhenon on: Jul 26 2009
 
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You can't change the transparency :
Are you on KDE or Gnome ?

Do you have any transparency at all on the widget ?

Do you have a dialog with the right button of the mouse ?

Is libkross installed ?

Do you have anything that shows up when you type in a terminal :
kdialog --radiolist "Please select transparency level :" 0 "100 %" on


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 Translation

 
 by LordBaal on: Aug 13 2009
 
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I've translated Automatik into Japanese. You can download the translation here:

http://netload.in/datei2LZoq285OF/translations.py.htm

To use it, put it into the following folder:

/home/tokugawa/.kde4/share/apps/superkaramba/themes/AutomatiK

I've noticed that "Distro" is missing from the translation file. I've added it, but you'll need to modify the main script to use it.


My Emerald theme: http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php/Aqua+Glass+Purple?content=109699
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 Translation

 
 by LordBaal on: Aug 13 2009
 
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I've just tried to switch to Japanese by editing AutomatiK.py and replacing language="English" with language="Japanese", but when I restarted SuperKaramba and opened Automatik, it only had garbage instead of Japanese text.
I've already replaced alloccurences of "Verdana" with a Japanese font, so that's not it.

Besides that, "Uptime" and the transparency options are also missing from the translation file.


My Emerald theme: [url]http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php/Aqua+Glass+Purple?content=109699[/url]
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 Re: Translation

 
 by fabienhenon on: Aug 20 2009
 
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HI !
Sorry, I replied a bit late, but I come back from holidays.

Regarding the "garbage text", maybe you should modify the "utf-8" at the beginning of the AutomatiK.py file. Could you check if you have other python file on you disk and check how they look like. I do not have real clues to help you on this.
There is a verdana font reference in AutomatiK.theme and AutomatiK.py



I did not add uptime, distro in the translations because I did not need them at first. I'll add them in the next upload.

I you find a work around for the garbage text, let me know, I'll add your translations.py

Thanks


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 Translation

 
 by LordBaal on: Aug 13 2009
 
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I've just tried to switch to Japanese by editing AutomatiK.py and replacing language="English" with language="Japanese", but when I restarted SuperKaramba and opened Automatik, it only had garbage instead of Japanese text.
I've already replaced alloccurences of "Verdana" with a Japanese font, so that's not it.

Besides that, "Uptime" and the transparency options are also missing from the translation file.


My Emerald theme: [url]http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php/Aqua+Glass+Purple?content=109699[/url]
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