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Quak

Alfred Jodokus
CircularTUX

KDE 3.x Splash Screens by VemeC 12 comments

Here you can find a modified version:
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http://user.cs.tu-berlin.de/~starcmn/Background.jpg

How to install:
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remove old version in cache (cache directory found with 'locate CircularTUX')

example:
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locate CircularTUX | grep cache
rm ~/.kde3.5/share/apps/ksplash/cache/Moodin/CircularTUX/1400x1050/Background.jpg

exchange background image:
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cp Background.jpg ~/.kde3.5/share/apps/ksplash/Themes/CircularTUX/Background.jpg - Jun 22 2006
Kima - kicker monitoring applet

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by kenws 360 comments

Hallo Ken,

it works perfectly for me!
Many thanks!

Quak - Jun 11 2006
CircularTUX

KDE 3.x Splash Screens by VemeC 12 comments

Perhaps
"Welcome to KDE 3"
is sufficient?

Quak - Jun 06 2006
Kima - kicker monitoring applet

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by kenws 360 comments

Hallo Ken!
Many thanks for your answer. I understand the rounding history and I think that's reasonable.
Unfortunately both frequency sources (/proc/cpuinfo and cpufreq) give me the same result (798 MHz). The system uses the speedstep-ich driver (kernel 2.6.16) for cpufreq.
For me it's interesting to see in which speed step the system is running at a time and I don't care about small discrepancies. Perhaps it makes sense to round +/- 5 MHz. I think there is no system out there which runs exactly at the given speed and one check box is not to confusing in the configuration menu.
In any case I want to express that your application is great work!

with best regards,

Quak - Jun 06 2006
Kima - kicker monitoring applet

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by kenws 360 comments

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Suggestion
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Cpuinfo shows me

800 MHz / 1.2 GHz

with version 0.4.1 but

798 MHz / 1.2 GHz

with version 0.4.2.

I like rounding in version 0.4.1 more than in version 0.4.2. I like to keep it simple and I don't give a damn about these 2 MHz.
Please let the user choose how much rounding he or her wants in high or low speed modes if it's possible. Many thanks!

Quak - Jun 04 2006