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pyATImonitor

   0.9.3  

Plasmoid Script

Score 77%
pyATImonitor
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Homepage:  Link
Minimum required   PyKDE/PyQt
Downloads:  866
Submitted:  Aug 29 2009
Updated:  Feb 25 2010

Description:

This is a simple widget for KDE SC 4.3 and above that using ATI catalyst driver to monitor core clocks, memory clocks, gpu usage and core temperature.
Make sure you have installed catalyst driver and utils (aticonfig).

How to install:

  • Download the latest version

  • Uninstall any previous version

  • Quote:
    $ plasmapkg -r pyATImon

  • Run the following command in the directory where the file was placed (updated to reflect the actual filename):

  • Quote:
    $ plasmapkg -i pyATImon-0.x.xx.plasmoid

  • The widget should now be listed in your "Add Widgets" screen



  • Changelog:

    - 0.9.3
    major UI change. using Plasma.Signalplotter instead of Plasma.Meter. Thanks baghera.
    - 0.9.2
    minor UI change, make it to suit user's theme
    - 0.9.1
    minor UI change
    - 0.9
    initial release




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     Nice!

     
     by ObiWahn on: Aug 31 2009
     
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    Nice!


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     KDE 4.4

     
     by ChemBro on: Feb 14 2010
     
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    I'm using KDE 4.4 and can't install it. Is it me (my KDE 4.4 install) or the plasmoid?


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     Re: KDE 4.4

     
     by ryanho on: Feb 14 2010
     
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    I am not sure. I never install it on KDE SC 4.4. After KDE 4.4 was released, I tried to upgrade Kubuntu 9.10, Arch Linux, and openSUSE 11.2.
    But none of them can work properly after upgrade. :(


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     Re: KDE 4.4

     
     by ryanho on: Feb 20 2010
     
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    I have already tested this widget on Kubuntu 9.10 and KDE SC 4.4.0.
    Please follow above install instruction.


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     Re: Re: KDE 4.4

     
     by ChemBro on: Feb 20 2010
     
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    Okay, I could install it and it works.

    Only downside: No picture and no "temperature-like" graph for gpu load and gpu temp. Only two bars instead (see screenshot below).

    http://ubuntu-pics.de/bild/43393/pyati2_h70l5x.png

    Also I'm using Aya (plasma theme) with a dark colour scheme. Is it possible to use the system colour scheme for the plasmoid? As you can see, this "ATI Radeon HD 4600 Series" looks like it should.


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     Re: Re: Re: KDE 4.4

     
     by ryanho on: Feb 20 2010
     
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    At pyATImonitor v0.9 the gpu load and gpu temp are using analog meter. But I change them at ver 0.9.1.

    And yes, it is possible to let the widget to suit user's default theme. But I need time to solve it.


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: KDE 4.4

     
     by ChemBro on: Feb 20 2010
     
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    Okay, thanks. :-) No more questions then.


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     Thanks!

     
     by ChemBro on: Feb 25 2010
     
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    Great work! Now it's better than before! Thanks. :-D


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     KDE 4.4.2

     
     by Izual on: Apr 11 2010
     
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    It dosnt work in KDE 4.4.2. But in Kubuntu 9.10 with kde 4.4.2 its work but not in 10.04.

    The error Message "Script Initialization Failed" appears only.

    While it is perhaps only an error because it is still beta but I wanted to point it.


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     nice job

     
     by pyrforos on: May 16 2010
     
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    ... but i really liked the previus one, with the analog meter
    Is it possible to make an alternative skin?
    PLEASE!


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     ATI fan monitor

     
     by madzapper99 on: Oct 26 2010
     
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    Hi, are you planning to add monitoring of the card fan anytime soon ? Catalyst does not seem to provide such functionality in Linux (my impression) and it would be nice to know what the fan is doing and even managing it from within the script. If you feel your app is fine without the fan bit, would you know of any other app which is capable of managing the ATI fan under Linux ?


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     Re: ATI fan monitor

     
     by ryanho on: Oct 26 2010
     
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    If aticonfig can provide fan working info, I can add fan monitor to pyATImonitor. I think there is no way to monitor fan status, at least for now.

    Maybe we can ask AMD to provide this function in fglrx driver? :-)


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     Re: Re: ATI fan monitor

     
     by madzapper99 on: Oct 27 2010
     
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    Looks like fan support is provided via the rather "undocumented" --pplib-cmd parameter in aticonfig. Not sure why it is kept unofficial. Could it be just a temporary feature ?


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