JMFQ Monitors

Karamba & Superkaramba

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Description:

I bought an Acer 5102WLMi with AMD Turion X2 (dual CPU) and i want to put some monitors for my hardware in my desktop, so i made 4 modules: 1 for BAT, 1 for CPU, 1 for MEM and 1 for RED.

JMFQ-BAT:
Show manufacturer, type, ac_adapter state, charge status, voltage, current and %charge.

JMFQ-CPU:
Show %load, %user, %system, %idle, cache size, cpu clock and temperature.

JMFQ-MEM:
Show total mem/free mem for ram, swap and 3 partitions in my PC: /, /home and /media/windows.

JMFQ-RED:
Show traffic in eth0 (wired) and ath0 (wireless) and statistics.
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13 years ago

0.1 - First release

Amoeba

13 years ago

Hola,

Where did you get your kde theme? I really like the transparent popup menu.

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KNT

13 years ago

Mabye an english version and some configuration dialogs? Not everybody has an ath0 wireless card. Not mentioning the partitions.
But thumbs up for modularity and dual cpu graphs.

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joaquin

13 years ago

Sorry, but configuration dialogs is only for modules coded in python AFAIK and this theme don't use python. You can change the parameters editing .theme file.

For example, if you have not ath0 but eth1, replace ath0 in JMFQ-NET.theme for eth1. If you have only one interface, comment the lines for ath0.

I made this theme modular, so if you don't have this partitions, you can omit JMFQ-MEM or edit JMFQ-MEM.theme and change mount point for your partitions. If you need ONLY CPU sensor, use ONLY JMFQ-CPU.theme.

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13 years ago

0.1 - First release

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