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Link:  http://www.cynapses.org/
Downloads:  155016
Submitted:  Mar 16 2004
Updated:  Feb 8 2005

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Hey kde-looker,

I have started to work on cynapses karamba 2. A really more flexible version. More infomation and development status at my blog.

http://blog.cynapses.org/




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v2.0-alpha
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 Sweet

 
 by Wi1d on: Mar 17 2004
 
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Nice. I like it.


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 Damn Cool

 
 by linuxdude on: Mar 17 2004
 
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Very cool indeed and fits perfect with my desktop, thanks. :)


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 Love IT!!!

 
 by Gambit on: Mar 17 2004
 
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Just Great! It works well with my desktop also. Just one question. I'm new to Linux and using Debian. I'm trying to get the fan/temp and email notification working per your perl files. I'm alittle lost and was wondering if I could get some help.


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 Re: Love IT!!!

 
 by austinjreid on: Mar 17 2004
 
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The fan/temp values come from lm_sensors (http://secure.netroedge.com/~lm78/)

(If you're using a 2.6 kernel then please read the notes on the site, chip sensors for my box have only just been ported to the 2.6 tree)

and for email you will need to edit the .theme file. Look towards the end, you will need to define the path to wherever you untarred the perl files and then enter your pop hostname, username and password.


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 Re: Re: Love IT!!!

 
 by Gambit on: Mar 17 2004
 
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thanks for the reply. I will look into it. I was looking into the perl scripts also. Is there any need to mess with any of this? Also, I'm using 2.4.24 kernel....does this matter.

I appreciate the response!


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 Re: Re: Re: Love IT!!!

 
 by austinjreid on: Mar 17 2004
 
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Haven't looked, but should need to mess with the perl scripts.
For Debian, lm_sensors is most probably available from apt-get, I dunno, I use MandrakeLinux at the mo.

Using a 2.4 kernel will be better at the moment for lm_sensors as it is more fully supported. If you install it, then run 'sensors-config' as root, then follow what the instructions, you should get values for temps etc. I'm guessing the authors scripts will read the output from the sensors.

If you have any specific lm_sensors questions then here may not be the best place to put them, there are plenty of links/FAQs and a bug database on the above lm_snesors site. Good luck!


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 V Nice

 
 by austinjreid on: Mar 17 2004
 
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Saw it by chance on the Latest list last night ... d/l'd - run - like it!!

Good job!


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 Ouick question

 
 by austinjreid on: Mar 17 2004
 
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Is there syntax to include the Total MB Uploaded (and Total MB Downloaded) within the Network section?


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 Re: Ouick question

 
 by gladiac on: Mar 17 2004
 
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i think so, i will add it..


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 Very Nice

 
 by Cappy on: Mar 17 2004
 
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Very nice.....your wall is cool too. Reminds me of H.R. Geiger work. The only comment I have is that on a dark background it is very hard to distinguish anything. For users who are comfortable and and know how to edit the theme files and have a bit of GIMP experience this wouldn't be much of a problem to tweak all the colors to make it useable with a dark background. It's the users who are hesitant on doing that which may have a problem. Maybe including a config and art for a "light" version would make it more useable for everyone. Just a thought :). Otherwise very cool.... :)

Cappy


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 Re: Very Nice

 
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it is planned for the python version... but first i have to learn python and superkaramba api


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