CpuMeter and Clock - Mariux Theme

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CpuMeter and Clock dark themes.

CpuMeter themes is based on xbox360 theme.

linuxlab

10 years ago

Thanks bro, works perfectly :-)

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itsjustarumour2

10 years ago

"Archive is damaged or unsupported, use only tar, bz2 or gz." ...

Please can you repackage this to something that works, so we don't have to!

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snouffelaire

10 years ago

This package works fine. You just have to unzip it and copy the themes in the right folder. For example on my computer the clock theme goes in :
/usr/share/screenlets/Clock/themes

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boarder428

10 years ago

so how do you install with admin powers? When I try to extract this I get the error that I don't have admin priveleges to extract to that directory?

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snouffelaire

10 years ago

It depends on your system... To do this quickly (but it is not recommended) you can start nautilus with root privileges and it will let you extract anywhere (open a shell and type "sudo nautilus" or "su -" and then "nautilus", once again, it depends on your linux distribution).

I strongly advise that you read a tutorial on read/write privileges and root mode under linux !

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boarder428

10 years ago

Thanks for the advice, I have taken a basic Linux coarse in college but still have some issues since I don't have alot of user experience yet. Anyhow I got the file moved to the specified directory but it does not show up in the screenlet manager (provided that is where I'm supposed to look for it) I guess I need some instructions on how to install it and initiate it if you could please? I'm using Mint 7 which is supposed to be built on Jaunty!

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snouffelaire

10 years ago

In the screenlets manager you can add the clock to your desktop. Then, you just right click on the clock that has just been added to your desktop, go to "themes" and you can find all your themes here.

I haven't tried the cpu-meter but I guess it works the same way.

Have fun !

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boarder428

10 years ago

Yeah, that's what I have done but the clock just does'nt seem to show up, I get the screenlets text but that seems to be it, I've tried right clicking on it to try to get to the properties dialog cause I was wondering if the opacity was turned all the way down but don't seem to be getting the properties dialog. I'm wondering if it is my version of Mint that is causing the problem cause I have had some similiar issues with some other screenlets and it appears that not all screenlets have been known not to work in Jaunty, which is what my version of Mint is built on. I'm having some other clock issues aswell. When ever I choose a theme for the clock upon re-boot I get the default clock and the theme clock on my desktop! There is a new version of Ubuntu avaliable so maybey it's time to upgrade. For the most part 9.04 has worked great on this specific pc!

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