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SuperKaramba

   0.39  

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Depends on  KDE 3.x
Downloads:  15796
Submitted:  Apr 20 2005
Updated:  Mar 21 2006

Description:

You can check out the SuperKaramba web site at:

http://netdragon.sourceforge.net

Here is the FAQ:

http://netdragon.sourceforge.net/faq.html

And for you developers out there, here's the API:

http://netdragon.sourceforge.net/api.html

What is SuperKaramba?

SuperKaramba is, in simple terms, a tool that allows you to easily create interactive eye-candy on your KDE desktop. Currently, only linux is officially supported.


How does it work?

Theme writers create themes, or text files that define their widget. Then, they can optionally add python scripting to make their widget interactive. The possibilities are endless!


Here are just some examples of the things that can be done:

Display system information such as CPU Usage, MP3 playing, etc.

Create cool custom toolbars that work any way imaginable

Create little games or virtual pets that live on your desktop

Display information from the internet, such as weather and headlines


The possibilities really are endless!

Any questions, you can ask in our forum:
http://sourceforge.net/forum/forum.php?forum_id=67470

Or drop by IRC anytime:

irc.freenode.net #superkaramba

Thank you for your continued support while things are in transition.




Changelog:

Changes in 0.39:

- Themes now go to the background correctly when opening multiple themes at the same time
- itemDropped() callback now has x/y cooridinates
- Fixed the New Stuff dialog's installed status check marks for failed downloads
- Don't pop up the Theme Dialog when restoring a session and there aren't any themes saved in the session
- Local themes can now be removed from the theme dialog, although we don't delete the theme out from underneath the user. It is delisted so that they can change their mind later and run it again.
- Downloaded themes from New Stuff get moved to trash:/ when a user clicks uninstall so they can restore it if they wish.
- Better checks for libknewstuff when compiling.
- Using New Stuff where theme authors post url links instead of file downloads will now open in a browser window for the user. Beware that closing this without downloading a package will still leave it as installed as far as New Stuff is concerned. (shortcoming of KNewStuff)
- new format options for things like kilobits, kilobytes and gigabytes as listed on our sensor information page: http://netdragon.sourceforge.net/ssensors.html
- Many new functions added and the examples of how to use them:
callTheme - Pass a string to another theme
changeInterval - Change the refresh interval of the theme
createServiceClickArea - Create a Service-named Click Area Sensor
getIncomingData - Get incoming data passed from another theme
getPrettyThemeName - Get the pretty name of the theme
getServiceGroups - Get KDE Service Groups
getSystraySize - Get the size of the Systray
getUpdateTime - Get last updated time
managementPopup - Activates the Management Popup menu (i.e. SK right click config menu)
openNamedTheme - Open a new theme giving it a new name
removeClickArea - Remove a Click Area Sensor
run - Execute a command with KRun
setIncomingData - Set incoming data passed in another theme
setUpdateTime - Set last updated time
setWantRightButton - Set to 1 to deactivate management popups (i.e. SK right click config menu)
setWidgetOnTop - changes 'on top' status

Note: API documentation will be updated in the coming weekend, but there are examples of how to use the new functions in the download package.




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 Compiz

 
 by p0z3r on: Mar 21 2006
 
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There has been at least one report of crashes on compiz. If anyone can verify this,comment on it, drop by IRC, send an email to me or post a bug on bugs.kde.org, that would be great.
I just want to verify that it is truly superkaramba causing a problem and not something else.


cheers,
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 Re: Compiz

 
 by sleepkreep on: Mar 24 2006
 
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No crashes here with compiz. But I'm running very latest CVS (very stable :) . If I experience a crash, I'll let you know.


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 Re: Re: Compiz

 
 by sleepkreep on: Mar 24 2006
 
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OK, I have yet to experience a crash, but the Z-Ordering doesn't work. All the superkaramba themes are always on top of the windows. This is expected but a workaround would be much appreciated :)


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 Re: Re: Re: Compiz

 
 by p0z3r on: Mar 26 2006
 
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They're always on top for you? Strange. Does this happen for you if you don't run compiz as well?


cheers,
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Compiz

 
 by sleepkreep on: Mar 31 2006
 
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No, it doesn't happen if I'm running kwin, only compiz. KDE support for compiz is still a work in progress though.


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 Re: Re: Compiz

 
 by l0cutus on: May 26 2006
 
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Well I'm having the same problem with compiz disabeled superkaramba works fine! but when i enable compiz the karamba themes will allways stay on top


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 Re: Re: Re: Compiz

 
 by p0z3r on: Jul 12 2006
 
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there have been reports that it is now working with compiz. I am still unable to verify personally, but please feel free to post versions of x/compiz that are still causing problems.


cheers,
-p0z3r

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 Re: Re: Compiz

 
 by sleepkreep on: Mar 30 2006
 
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I think I found the problem to the compiz crash report. With compiz, many system tray apps quiting will cause kicker to crash. This is not isolated to superkaramba and so is a bug with compiz or kicker.


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 by zacwhite01 on: Mar 26 2006
 
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every time i try to install karamba or any other similar program i run into this error "checking for X... configure: error: Can't find X includes. Please check your installation and add the correct paths!"
does anybody know how i can fix it im running suse 10.


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 Re: im confused!!

 
 by sgrayban on: Mar 26 2006
 
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Install all your devel packages for KDE and Xorg.


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 linux noob with prob

 
 by hardthof on: Apr 27 2006
 
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hi
i'm new with this linux stuff... and i don't know how to kompile the program
there is always the mistake:
mare@linux:~/new/b/superkaramba-0.39> ./configure
checking build system type... i686-pc-linux-gnu
checking host system type... i686-pc-linux-gnu
checking target system type... i686-pc-linux-gnu
checking for a BSD-compatible install... /usr/bin/install -c
checking for -p flag to install... yes
checking whether build environment is sane... yes
checking for gawk... gawk
checking whether make sets $(MAKE)... yes
checking for kde-config... /opt/kde3/bin/kde-config
checking where to install... /opt/kde3 (as returned by kde-config)
checking for style of include used by make... GNU
checking for gcc... no
checking for cc... no
checking for cc... no
checking for cl... no
configure: error: no acceptable C compiler found in $PATH


i really don't know what to do. can somebody please help me?
thx

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 "edit"

 
 by sefur on: Oct 31 2006
 
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Where is "my" "edit" option on right mouse klick? Can You put a menu with default programs that opens "*.txt" files + "open with" to open "*.theme" files? Its anoying to open an terminal or graphical browser and search configuration file - I know where it is but it takes to long !

And when I edit a "*.theme" file and save it the superkaramba hangs ... wtf ?


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 using python 2.5

 
 by bennyrascal on: Nov 30 2006
 
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Just installed openSUSE 10.2 RC1 and in testing out superkaramba, the source couldn't install because it wants python 2.4. I changed the Makefile in the /superkaramba/src directory. There are 3 references to python2.4. The first is LIBPYTHON at line 244. Changed it to python2.5 and dropped the -ldl as it is for earlier versions of python. In lines 300 and 302, I just changed the 2.4 to a 2.5. Used the karamba kdevelop file so I could use the IDE to build karamba. The changes allowed a clean build and have tested a few themes successfully. The theme I am working on ( a modification of GlassTaskBar ) sadly crashed but the original GlassTaskBar works. Hope this might help someone.


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 Re: using python 2.5

 
 by nduda78 on: Dec 14 2006
 
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Can you email me your make file? I cant get superkaramba to work with python 2.5 , and google searching shows zip!


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 Re: Re: using python

 
 by bennyrascal on: Dec 31 2006
 
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Hadn't looked at this since I put the message up. I'll need an email address. There is an rpm now that installs easily. It isn't the same as compiling though. My taskbar theme can go to the top with the compiled version but is about 100 pixels down with the rpm version. I need the compiled version anyway as there are some things in superkaramba that are not right and I've been putting printf statements into the source.


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 Re: Re: using python

 
 by bennyrascal on: Jan 3 2007
 
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Remembered how I sorted this out a month ago. Did the ./configure which failed because of Python 2.5. It generated a make file. Then modified that makefile as I described in an earlier post. After that I just did the normal make and make install. Hope that helps mate.


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 After RMP installed

 
 by srochon on: Jan 17 2007
 
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Where do I find SuperKaramba once it is installed? I installed the RPM (superkaramba-0.39-2.guru.suse102.src.rpm) with Yast.

I looked in Utilities/Desktop, can't find it anywhere else either. I am running Suse 10.2.

I tried to install it from the source but I have the same problem as everybody else on ./configure with the missing Python library headers. I am no expert at Linux.

Any help would be helpful.

Thanks


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 Re: After RMP instal

 
 by kobaz on: Feb 26 2007
 
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You installed src.rpm not binary rpm package. You can build superkaramba from sources by running rpmbuild -bb superkaramba.spec in /usr/src/packages/SPECS folder.

Good luck:)


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