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Karamba & Superkaramba

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This is a compilation of several karamba themes to create a very swish looking system monitor.

Thanks to the creators of the alien and DebiaNFO themes - you guys were the proverbial kick in the butt for this project, your themes rock! Special thanks to gladiac for the cynapses theme, his original design is still evident here.
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15 years ago

4-Nov-04
- small fix so that load average gets updated regularly

maniac86

15 years ago

You have nice icons on your desktop, where i can find this theme?

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lordofchaos

15 years ago

It called Noia Warm http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=4914
Thanks to the Carlitus... it is my favourite icon theme

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Ruiva

15 years ago

I would like to have those icons too! I love them!

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imperator

15 years ago

Also, what is your background? It is really cool.

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lordofchaos

15 years ago

http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=9346

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k0smik0

15 years ago

i have a question OT.. i like too much your fonts... where i can find ?

tnx :D

byez

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lordofchaos

15 years ago

It called 'freehand 591' - it is a commercial font that came with MS Office or Corel at some point... so I don't have the license to distribute!

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darius

15 years ago

please tell me, how did you get yr sensors to work.

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lordofchaos

15 years ago

If you have sensors working on your machine (ie; you get the correct output from the program 'sensors') then it is fairly straight forward... If I have the line:
CPU: +47.5 C (low ... etc
in the output from running 'sensors', then use "sensor=sensor type=CPU" in the theme file (see line 201).

If you dont get the correct output at the command line then you'll have to get lm-sensors set up properley... I run a 2.6 kernel and it is dead easy: compile i2c support as kernel modules, install lm-sensors, run 'sensors-detect' and bob's your uncle.

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15 years ago

4-Nov-04
- small fix so that load average gets updated regularly

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