awesome_karamba

Karamba & Superkaramba

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Description:

Next version of the greatest superkaramba's theme for monitoring state of the system.

Archive file contains both polish and english versions; to take advantage of entire set of various functions You need: i2c, lm_sensors, hddtemp, nvclock.

Have fun!
Last changelog:

15 years ago

2.0.5
+ list of currently logged int users didn't have interval value - fixed

2.0.4
+ lower cpu load
+ hdd temp progress bar bug fixed
+ qt version added
+ logged in users are displayed
+ to read total transfers' values I've written separate bash script so I got rid of stupid round brackets ;)

2.0.3
+ important bugfix: stephane's patch applied - vcore bar works correctly now ;)

2.0.2
+ nvidia info added

2.0.1:
+ distro_icons were added (You can use them instead of classic sysinfo.png): aurox, debian, fedora, gentoo, redhat, slackware, suse, tux (classic), yoper

TrashOverride

14 years ago

Does it support Ati Radeon ? If it does how to install it, i have Ati Radean 9550
10x

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ruliokam

15 years ago

But if you want take a news version of the linux force II V2, it's better.
I made more modifs. Look you'll see.
Thank for you're choice. ;)

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amdfanatyk

15 years ago

Your wallpaper is awesome completely like my theme ;)

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spankymr

15 years ago

it's so sexy, it make me wanna fart on my own balls...

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amdfanatyk

15 years ago

hehe but what: wallpaper or my theme ;)

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amdfanatyk

15 years ago

great hack!! I can see it really works now!! I'll patch and upload awesome immediately!! thx very much!! yes Your character is similar to mine ;)

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amdfanatyk

15 years ago

http://sourceforge.net/forum/forum.php?thread_id=1287711&forum_id=67470

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amdfanatyk

15 years ago

http://sourceforge.net/forum/forum.php?thread_id=1287711&forum_id=67470

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p0z3r

15 years ago

For now, this will remain as is.

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stephane

15 years ago

that is good work. still i noticed some typos. incomming is incoming and outcomming is outgoing. thanks for the good work !

- steph

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amdfanatyk

15 years ago

I'm very sorry, I made translation from scratch :( typos were fixed :) thanks for Your concern and interest.

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stephane

15 years ago

sure. i'm glad i could help you back. :)

i've been playing with awesome for a while and hacked it so it fits my needs but there's one question i'd need to ask you :

does the Core bar in the CPU section moves for you ?

################################################################################
# Sensor VCore
# "type" depends on your mainboard

text x=0 y=85 value="Core" color=255,255,255 align=left fontsize=10 font="sans"
bar x=40 y=90 w=100 h=5 vertical=false path="img/bar.png" interval=1000 sensor=sensor type="VCore 1" max=1.75
text x=200 y=85 sensor=sensor type="VCore 1" format="%v V" interval=1000 align=right color=255,255,255 fontsize=10 font="sans"

################################################################################

the text sensor is displayed and updated fine but for some reason, the bar never moves. any idea ?

thanks !


- steph

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amdfanatyk

15 years ago

U have more than one CPU? (VCore 1) I think that if motherboard and power supply are in good condition, voltage is permanently (almost) at the same level; it can be the reason why U cannot notice changes; maybe there is some difference between 1.75 and 1,75 and the number is round up to 2 or down to 1.

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stephane

15 years ago

> U have more than one CPU? (VCore 1)

well no i don't.


> I think that if motherboard and power supply are in good condition, voltage is permanently (almost) at the same level;

Asus has this new "Cool and Quiet" thingy that decreases the CPU Voltage when not much power is required by running apps.

the Vcore right now is 1.09V and the text output of the sensor you use actually states so.


> maybe there is some difference between 1.75 and 1,75 and the number is round up to 2 or down to 1.

one thing is i don't think max likes decimals :

i can see max=2.9 (or max=2,9) is the same as max=2 when it should look more like max=3

setting max to 1.75 is the same as setting it to 1 and this could be the reason why the bar is always maxed up.

so i decided to set max to 2 and now the bar is maxed to an half which somehow looks better.

second thing (and actual problem) is this bar still refuses to move according to the current value of Vcore 1.

i suspect Superkaramba graphic outputs for sensor don't care about decimals either but i didn't bother hitting the docs so yeah, consider this a plain bugreport.

i hope you can go somewhere with it and fix your applet for others to enjoy.

thanks again !


- steph

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amdfanatyk

15 years ago

I'll try take care about it ;) but it's strange that U have VCore 1, I have simply VCore. Maybe it would be a good idea to remove this bar and save some space.

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stephane

15 years ago

i can become pretty obsessive in such situations and though in most cases this is not a good thing, i sometime have my little successes -> so here's my hack :

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bar x=40 y=90 w=100 h=5 vertical=false path="img/bar.png" interval=1000 sensor=program program="sensors | grep 'VCore 1:' | cut -b 13,15,16" max=175
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peace,


- steph

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coronmang

15 years ago

Nice tool .
but i don't see gpu info (nvidia)
ppp0 info, temp ...etc
how can i add second cpu and hardisk ???

is there a way i can adjust the settings without taking a course for programming :)

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amdfanatyk

15 years ago

to see gpu info U need nvclock; U must edit theme file to meet Your needs; for instance replace ppp0 with Your network interface name; to see temps U need i2c and lm_sensors, U also need to load correct modules, almost always i2c-isa and at least other one module (in depends on Your motherboard); I have to load w83781d (for VIA chipset).

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coronmang

15 years ago

ok i figured out (didn't see your comment on getting the progies to see the info) i got the nvidia to work but still got some problems with ic2 and lm_sensors .

how do i load the mudules (i am not a linux guru ) is it with modprobe ???

can you give me a example ??

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amdfanatyk

15 years ago

for example:
# /sbin/modprobe i2c-isa

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ianegg

15 years ago

I also had to run "sensors-detect" to get it to work.

Nice theme, btw.

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15 years ago

2.0.5
+ list of currently logged int users didn't have interval value - fixed

2.0.4
+ lower cpu load
+ hdd temp progress bar bug fixed
+ qt version added
+ logged in users are displayed
+ to read total transfers' values I've written separate bash script so I got rid of stupid round brackets ;)

2.0.3
+ important bugfix: stephane's patch applied - vcore bar works correctly now ;)

2.0.2
+ nvidia info added

2.0.1:
+ distro_icons were added (You can use them instead of classic sysinfo.png): aurox, debian, fedora, gentoo, redhat, slackware, suse, tux (classic), yoper

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