CoreMoid

Plasma 4 Extensions

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Description:

A simple but usefull plasmoid to set cpufreq govenor, display the usage and on dynamic governors it display the current clock rate. The applet use DBus to interact with the cpufreq subsystem. This version only runs on multi core/cpu systems.

short installation instruction:
# wget http://www.hirnfrei.org/~joerg/coremoid/coremoid-0.3.tar.bz2
# tar xjf coremoid-0.3.1.tar.bz2
# cd coremoid-0.3.1
# cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr/kde/4.0 .
# make
# make install

NOTE: The install prefix ist from my gentoo system. Please adjust this value to your needs. On Kubuntu use -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr/lib/kde4/
Last changelog:

13 years ago

UPDATE 2008-02-20: Now Version 0.2 is online. This Version now supports single CPU's. You can configure the orientation with the new settings widget and now it works fine on my plasma panel.

UPDATE 2008-02-23: I've wrote an ebuild. Put the ebuild in your local overlay under kde-misc/coremoid

UPDATE 2008-03-18: Thanks for the patch from Sebastian Pidek. With his patch CoreMoid prints clock rates in GHz if it reaches the 1 GHz. And I improved the font color, this is read from the Plasma style and have a better contrast by dark styles.

UPDATE 2008-04-06: Thanks to Czessi for build packages for Ubuntu "Hardy Heron". In this version I added Copyright terms to some files an added an AUTHOR file to complete the requirements for some distributions.

lazyboy

13 years ago

... but can anyone provide a gentoo ebuild? :)
Thanks!!

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lucher

13 years ago

Running this applet causes Xorg to take 100% cpu load all the time. I am running openSUSE10.3, KDE 4.0.1, latest NVIDIA drivers. The effect happens also if all desktop effects are switched off.

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GermanTux83

13 years ago

Hello,

sorry, but I can't reproduce the problem. Appears it in the plasmoidviewer too?

Jörg

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artic

13 years ago

Coremoid causes lag in my desktop.When i closed coremoid the desktop run fine.


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buschmann23

13 years ago

I have packaged this for openSUSE 10.2 and newer. Yo can find my packages at http://software.opensuse.org/search?baseproject=ALL&p=1&q=kde4-plasmoid-coremoid.

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pBakhuis

12 years ago

Thank you ever so much, I couldn't get it to compile.

Followed the instructions but it couldn't find CMakeLists.txt.

The 11.0 one click install you linked to does however work fine, and this seems to be exactly the plasmoid I was looking for.

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joe81

13 years ago

Thank you for this first plasmoid able to support the cpufreq governor!
It works fine for me: only the frequency text seems to not scale properly with the rest of the widget, when resizing it.
Just one question: if I drag it into the plasma panel, it occupies horizontally a lot of space in the panel...is it possible to add a preference in order to set the bars to be vertical?

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HermanR

13 years ago

It works great.

I too noticed that CoreMoid takes up a lot of space in the panel. There should be no need to implement vertical bars, as long as CoreMoid keeps its width under control.

On another note, what about optionally including CPU-temperatures (for each core through K8Temp on AMD64, for example)?

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GermanTux83

13 years ago

At the time the settings widget is not implemented. I think there is no problem to orientate the bars vertical. Next release includes the single cpu support and a preference widget ... If I have some time I implement the vertical bars.

Greetz
Jörg

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joe81

13 years ago

thank you very much for the update,
everything works fine!!

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13 years ago

UPDATE 2008-02-20: Now Version 0.2 is online. This Version now supports single CPU's. You can configure the orientation with the new settings widget and now it works fine on my plasma panel.

UPDATE 2008-02-23: I've wrote an ebuild. Put the ebuild in your local overlay under kde-misc/coremoid

UPDATE 2008-03-18: Thanks for the patch from Sebastian Pidek. With his patch CoreMoid prints clock rates in GHz if it reaches the 1 GHz. And I improved the font color, this is read from the Plasma style and have a better contrast by dark styles.

UPDATE 2008-04-06: Thanks to Czessi for build packages for Ubuntu "Hardy Heron". In this version I added Copyright terms to some files an added an AUTHOR file to complete the requirements for some distributions.

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