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All Core CPU Usage Screenlet

   v0.4  

Screenlet

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All Core CPU Usage Screenlet
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All Core CPU Usage Screenlet
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All Core CPU Usage Screenlet
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Link:  Link
Downloads:  15288
Submitted:  Jan 8 2008
Updated:  Feb 21 2008

Description:

Displays a simple CPU usage meter on your desktop. Supports All-cores :)




Changelog:

v0.4
- Added color options, removed themes (for now)
- Fixed resizing bug when scale was not 100% (using 100% cpu!)
- Fixed graph accuracy

v0.3
- Added option to start CPU naming from 1 instead of 0
- Added theming ability
- Added some themes, feel free to send your own for inclusion in the next version :)
- Added text color and shadow options

v0.2
- New 'Graph' mode
- Fixed size bug

v0.1
- First public release.




LicenseGPL
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 Thanks, i like it.

 
 by khanhpt on: Jan 10 2008
 
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I think, u should rename to CPU1, CPU2 :D


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 Re: Thanks, i like i

 
 by ashy on: Jan 10 2008
 
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I'll add an option for that in the next version, thanks for the feedback.


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 This is nice

 
 by francophone2 on: Jan 18 2008
 
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Finally a dual core monitor. Any chance of adding additional themes?


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 Looks nice

 
 by joakim on: Jan 19 2008
 
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Only problem seems to be that the CPU monitor is eating up all my CPU :)


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 Re: Looks nice

 
 by ashy on: Jan 19 2008
 
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Which CPU do you have and what settings are you using in the screenlet?

I run a Dual-Core 4400+ on here and CPU usage is <1% as reported by top (less than a second per hour)

Anyone else experiencing similar issues?


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 Re: Re: Looks nice

 
 by thebigkevdogg on: Mar 11 2008
 
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for me, it brings my Xorg process to around 8% (core 2 duo 2.5 GHz), and about 15% if text shadows are on. I'm running this on the compiz fusion widget layer (or was until I noticed this usage)


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 Performance?

 
 by danube on: Jan 28 2008
 
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That one's driving my CPU frequency from 0 to 100! WTH is that thing doing?!?


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 Usage

 
 by iamFIREcracker on: Feb 21 2008
 
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hi, i 'm interested in writing a program which calculate the cpu usage..
i found you code very usefull.
Could you better explain to me how to parse the "stat" file in order to get the usage?

cat /proc/stat
cpu 177509 581 54473 632399 53387 539 234 0 0
cpu0 177509 581 54473 632399 53387 539 234 0 0

if i understood the code, you are making a sum with 177509 and 54473; why that?

Tnx in advance
M@


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