Question: Is it possible to have the CPU sensors ignore the NICE processes? I am running a process at nice 19, which is to say, it barely ever runs, except when I have free CPU power, and that means that my total CPU usage is always 100%. It would be handy to ignore the nice processes and display only the real loads.
Comment: Take a look at Borialis theme. It has a nice feature where each group is seperate and you can choose which group to enable and which to not display. I don't have a need for the Amarok group, so it is just taking up space on my Desktop. Likewise, the harddrive usage group is not useful that often :-)
Great theme outside of that. Keep up the good work - Jan 09 2006
To implement the "selectable display" option that I was talking about, you would need to add some python code to your theme. Don't get scared away by that. You already have most of the work done. Now, you just have to convert your theme file into a python file. If you don't know how to do that, let me know.
As for 'sensors', well, it's just a matter of adding another set of sensors for fan speeds and voltages and their corresponding icons which you could borrow from some other theme. - Jun 09 2005
One improvement suggestion. Can you make 'sensors' work with the theme as well. In particular, the fan speeds and temperatures (maybe even voltages)? Also, it would be nice if some sections of the theme were selectable (in other words, so you could opt not to display them) - Jun 09 2005
I now have a request. I did not see a placeholder for fan speeds and temperatures other than CPU core. (for that matter, what is a temperature file?). Can you make this theme work with the 'sensors' program to pull out all temperature and fan info?
Thanks - Jun 03 2005
aero_aio.py:9: DeprecationWarning: Non-ASCII character '\xb0' in file cpu_mem_aio.py on line 21, but no encoding declared; see http://www.python.org/peps/pep-0263.html for details
import sysinfos_aio, cpu_mem_aio, partitions_aio, network_aio, clock_aio, calendar_aio, mail_aio, acpi_aio
Loaded Aero-AIO python extension!
eth0 : 10.40.11.62 :
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/home/pgrinber/bin/superkaramba/Aero-AIO/scripts/config_dialog.py", line 5, in ?
from qt import *
RuntimeError: the sip module supports API v1.0 to v1.0 but the qt module requires API v0.2
What does that mean? - Jun 02 2005