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Oxygen System Monitor

   0.7  

Plasmoid Binary

Score 79%
Oxygen System Monitor
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Oxygen System Monitor
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Link:  http://unixcod.org
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  45780
Submitted:  Aug 6 2008
Updated:  Jan 18 2009

Description:

Howto install System Monitor "Oxygen"
-> Right click on desktop
-> Add Widgets
-> Select "Install new widgets"
-> Select "Install from file"
-> Go to location where "oxygen" is located, after you selected click on finish
-> Now is instaled Oxygen System Monitor !

Required application for this monitor :
1. hddtemp
2. lm_sensors

If "HDD Temp" is not working, you need to active hddtemp deamon becuase this script use this command to show hard disk temperature : nc localhost 7634 | cut -d'|' -f4

Original configuration of this monitor :
* Wired Network inteface : eth0
* Whireless Network interface : wlan0
* Hard Disk drive : /dev/sda

Thanks to Konstantin Kudakov for some upgrades.


********************************************************************
Thanks to : Edward Miller ( vbgraphix ) for upgrades !
********************************************************************




Changelog:

[18.01.2009 ] Version : 0.7
- Amarok2 work much better now, and the cover art should be displayed
- The CPU temperature should also work much better
- The HDD temp can be run without root privileges using netcat
- fixed a bunch of the text alignment


[ 03.10.2008 ] Version : 0.5
- Amarok 2 work ( thanks to : Martin Buggiano )


[ 10.08.2008 ] Version : 0.4
- Distro bug fixed by Konstantin Kudakov
- "CPU Temperature" work with lm_sensors by Konstantin Kudakov
- HDD Temperature bug fixed by Konstantin Kudakov
- Display KDE / QT version fixed
- Work with dual core fixed by Konstantin Kudakov

[ 10.08.2008 ] Version : 0.3
- HDD Temperature "added"
- Whireless Link Quality display "fixed"
- Amarok cover display "added"
- CPU Load "added"
- Show number of process "added"

[ 09.08.2008 ] Version : 0.2
- Style bugfixed
- Whireless style "fixed"
- Amarok control "added"
- Netstat changed

[ 06.08.2008 ] Version : 0.1
First version 0.1 was released




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 overlapping text

 
 by horchi on: Aug 11 2008
 
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Hi,

i had some overlapping texts on a quad-core system.

Here my changes:

---------------- patch ----------------

--- ../org/./oxygen.theme 2008-08-10 17:37:22.000000000 +0200
+++ ./oxygen.theme 2008-08-11 07:42:47.000000000 +0200
@@ -56,20 +56,21 @@
</group>
# [ Starting code ]
<group> x=30 y=5 # [ Procces info ]
- text x=0 y=5 value="Distro :" fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway"
- text x=50 y=5 sensor=program program="lsb_release -d |awk -F'\t' '{print $2}'" fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway"
+# text x=0 y=5 value="Distro :" fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway"
+# text x=50 y=5 sensor=program program="lsb_release -d |awk -F'\t' '{print $2}'" fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway"
</group>
<group> x=107 y=14 # [ System info ]

- #text x=70 y=0 sensor=program program="echo ${USER}" fontsize=16 font="Brand New" align=center
+ text x=5 y=10 value="Distro :" fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway"
+ text x=185 y=10 sensor=program program="lsb_release -d |awk -F'\t' '{print $2}'" fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway" align=right

text x=5 y=22 value="User:" fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway"
- text x=185 y=20 fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway" sensor=program program="echo ${USER}@`hostname`" align=right
+ text x=185 y=22 fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway" sensor=program program="echo ${USER}@`hostname`" align=right

text x=5 y=34 value="Kernel:" fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway"
text x=185 y=34 fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway" sensor=program program="uname -r" align=right
text x=5 y=46 value="KDE / QT:" fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway"
- text x=117 y=46 fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway" sensor=program program="echo `kde4-config --version | grep 'KDE' | sed -e 's/.*E //' | sed -e 's/)//'` / `kde4-config --version | grep 'Qt' | sed -e 's/.*: //'`"
+ text x=185 y=46 fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway" sensor=program program="echo `kde4-config --version | grep 'KDE' | sed -e 's/.*E //' | sed -e 's/)//'` / `kde4-config --version | grep 'Qt' | sed -e 's/.*: //'`" align=right
text x=5 y=59 value="Oxygen version:" fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway"
text x=185 y=59 fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway" value="0.3" align=right
</group>
@@ -90,13 +91,13 @@
# [ EOF - Date & time info ]

<group> x=107 y=150 # [ CPU info ]
- text x=50 y=0 sensor=program program="cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep 'model name' | sed -e 's/.*: //' | sed 's/(tm)//'" fontsize=12 font="Larabiefont" align=center
+ text x=50 y=0 sensor=program program="cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep 'model name' | head -1 | sed -e 's/.*: //' | sed 's/(tm)//'" fontsize=12 font="Larabiefont" align=center

text x=5 y=16 value="Architecture:" fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway"
text x=185 y=16 fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway" sensor=program program="uname -m" align=right

text x=5 y=29 value="CPU frequency:" fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway"
- text x=185 y=29 fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway" sensor=program program="cat /proc/cpuinfo|grep 'cpu MHz' | sed -e 's/.*: //'| sed -e 's/\..../ MHz/'" interval=1000 align=right
+ text x=185 y=29 fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway" sensor=program program="cat /proc/cpuinfo|grep 'cpu MHz' | head -1 | sed -e 's/.*: //'| sed -e 's/\..../ MHz/'" interval=1000 align=right

text x=5 y=41 value="CPU temperature:" fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway"
text x=185 y=41 fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway" sensor=program program="cat /proc/acpi/thermal_zone/THRM/temperature | grep 'temperature' | sed -e 's/.*: //' | sed -e 's/ * //'" align=right

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 Re: overlapping text

 
 by Kostyan on: Aug 11 2008
 
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in version 0.4 used sensors and hddtemp for greater universality. may be you will make changes for this version?


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 overlapping text

 
 by horchi on: Aug 11 2008
 
Score 50%

Hi,

i had some overlapping texts on a quad-core system.

Here my changes:

---------------- patch ----------------

--- ../org/./oxygen.theme 2008-08-10 17:37:22.000000000 +0200
+++ ./oxygen.theme 2008-08-11 07:42:47.000000000 +0200
@@ -56,20 +56,21 @@
</group>
# [ Starting code ]
<group> x=30 y=5 # [ Procces info ]
- text x=0 y=5 value="Distro :" fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway"
- text x=50 y=5 sensor=program program="lsb_release -d |awk -F'\t' '{print $2}'" fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway"
+# text x=0 y=5 value="Distro :" fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway"
+# text x=50 y=5 sensor=program program="lsb_release -d |awk -F'\t' '{print $2}'" fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway"
</group>
<group> x=107 y=14 # [ System info ]

- #text x=70 y=0 sensor=program program="echo ${USER}" fontsize=16 font="Brand New" align=center
+ text x=5 y=10 value="Distro :" fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway"
+ text x=185 y=10 sensor=program program="lsb_release -d |awk -F'\t' '{print $2}'" fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway" align=right

text x=5 y=22 value="User:" fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway"
- text x=185 y=20 fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway" sensor=program program="echo ${USER}@`hostname`" align=right
+ text x=185 y=22 fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway" sensor=program program="echo ${USER}@`hostname`" align=right

text x=5 y=34 value="Kernel:" fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway"
text x=185 y=34 fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway" sensor=program program="uname -r" align=right
text x=5 y=46 value="KDE / QT:" fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway"
- text x=117 y=46 fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway" sensor=program program="echo `kde4-config --version | grep 'KDE' | sed -e 's/.*E //' | sed -e 's/)//'` / `kde4-config --version | grep 'Qt' | sed -e 's/.*: //'`"
+ text x=185 y=46 fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway" sensor=program program="echo `kde4-config --version | grep 'KDE' | sed -e 's/.*E //' | sed -e 's/)//'` / `kde4-config --version | grep 'Qt' | sed -e 's/.*: //'`" align=right
text x=5 y=59 value="Oxygen version:" fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway"
text x=185 y=59 fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway" value="0.3" align=right
</group>
@@ -90,13 +91,13 @@
# [ EOF - Date & time info ]

<group> x=107 y=150 # [ CPU info ]
- text x=50 y=0 sensor=program program="cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep 'model name' | sed -e 's/.*: //' | sed 's/(tm)//'" fontsize=12 font="Larabiefont" align=center
+ text x=50 y=0 sensor=program program="cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep 'model name' | head -1 | sed -e 's/.*: //' | sed 's/(tm)//'" fontsize=12 font="Larabiefont" align=center

text x=5 y=16 value="Architecture:" fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway"
text x=185 y=16 fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway" sensor=program program="uname -m" align=right

text x=5 y=29 value="CPU frequency:" fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway"
- text x=185 y=29 fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway" sensor=program program="cat /proc/cpuinfo|grep 'cpu MHz' | sed -e 's/.*: //'| sed -e 's/\..../ MHz/'" interval=1000 align=right
+ text x=185 y=29 fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway" sensor=program program="cat /proc/cpuinfo|grep 'cpu MHz' | head -1 | sed -e 's/.*: //'| sed -e 's/\..../ MHz/'" interval=1000 align=right

text x=5 y=41 value="CPU temperature:" fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway"
text x=185 y=41 fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway" sensor=program program="cat /proc/acpi/thermal_zone/THRM/temperature | grep 'temperature' | sed -e 's/.*: //' | sed -e 's/ * //'" align=right

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 editing theme

 
 by funnypanks on: Aug 14 2008
 
Score 50%

i want to edit the theme, but how do i save it as a skz again?


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 Re: editing theme

 
 by funnypanks on: Aug 14 2008
 
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nvm figured it out using this
http://netdragon.sourceforge.net/release_notes_0_37.html


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 Can I configure the software?

 
 by lawman21c on: Aug 17 2008
 
Score 50%

Nice job. I love it .But there is a pity that my archlinux use eth1 instead of wlan, so oxygent can't show the wifi information well. How can I configure this software to correct this problem?


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 Re: Can I configure the software?

 
 by duluoz on: Aug 19 2008
 
Score 50%

Open the *.skz file using fileroller (or similar zip programme)

Open the *.theme file in this folder using your favourite editor

Change instances of wlan0 to whatever your wireless card is called (e.g. ath0)

I also had to change the location of iwconfig (to /usr/sbin/iwconfig)

HTH

J


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 Re: Re: Can I configure the software?

 
 by alfetopito on: Oct 12 2008
 
Score 50%

Hi!

I'd tried as you said, I could even change somethings but, don't now why, the images doesn't show up.

There is some specific way to compress this .skz file?


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 not possible to install

 
 by duluoz on: Aug 17 2008
 
Score 50%

I'd like to install crystal monitor, but it doesn't seem possible to install.

In the install plasmoid from file menu there are two options

1. Install native plasmoid
2. Install MAC OS plasmoid

In neither of these is it possible to install a *.skz file

Is there another way? My system stats follow

Qt: 4.4.0
KDE: 4.1.61 (KDE 4.1.61 (KDE 4.2 >= 20080807)) "release 1.4"
Konqueror: 4.1.61 (KDE 4.1.61 (KDE 4.2 >= 20080807)) "release 1.4"

Linux version 2.6.25.11-0.1-default (geeko@buildhost) (gcc version 4.3.1 20080507 (prerelease) [gcc-4_3-branch revision 135036] (SUSE Linux) ) #1 SMP 2008-07-13 20:48:28 +0200


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 Re: not possible to install

 
 by Sload on: Aug 17 2008
 
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You need to install superkaramba-kde4.


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 Re: Re: not possible to install

 
 by duluoz on: Aug 17 2008
 
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Thanks for the reply. I can now select the *.sdz file, but clicking it doesn't have any effect.

It might be as I'm running KDE4.2


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 Theme Background

 
 by milomak on: Sep 2 2008
 
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How would I go about making the background transparent?


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