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Net Monitor Screenlet

   0.6  

Screenlet

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Net Monitor Screenlet
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Net Monitor Screenlet
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  43701
Submitted:  Aug 20 2007
Updated:  May 14 2008

Description:

displays net traffic and month totals
by Helder Fraga aka Whise




Changelog:

0.6 when you shutdown your system your downloads are still stored

0.5 fixed a couple of bugs

0.4 - shows month totals
added list of devices in properties




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 A bug?

 
 by Stogu on: Jan 5 2008
 
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I have NetmonitorScreenlet v6.9.1 and I couldn't run Properties window. These lines:
Quote:
self.add_option(StringOption('Options', 'download_total', self.download_total,'Download total this month', '',))
self.add_option(StringOption('Options', 'upload_total', self.upload_total,'Upload total this month', '',))


must be replaced with this:
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self.add_option(StringOption('Options', 'download_total', str(self.download_total),'Download total this month', '',))
self.add_option(StringOption('Options', 'upload_total', str(self.upload_total),'Upload total this month', '',))


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 Re: A bug?

 
 by N-drew on: Jan 6 2008
 
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That's one problem.
The other is someway it goes to negative and start counting KBs with MB text.

BTW if you're using 1024 for change you should use KiB, MiB etc.


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 Re: Re: A bug?

 
 by drxnele on: Jan 17 2008
 
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this is causing counter that is used in this screenlet when it goes to 99999999 and next is 00000001 and then when it subtract 1-99999999 it's negative...


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 Re: A bug?

 
 by drxnele on: Jan 17 2008
 
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did you tried this... I tryed but it's not working for me... my solution to this is to go to ~/.config/Screenlets/Netmonitor/default
and add this 2 lines to file called Netmonitor.ini

download_total=0
upload_total=0


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 letter size

 
 by ryke on: Jan 16 2008
 
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Hi,

If it's possible, could you decrease the letter size for totals ? (when the number of MB is high, it doesn't fit into the screenlet)

Thanx for your screenlets ;-)


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 Bug with wlan0 dev

 
 by mrmorris on: Feb 18 2008
 
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For people with trouble getting this screenlet to work with wlan0:

Change the line in NetmonitorScreenlet.py which says:

data = data[data.find(self.dev + ":")+5:]

...to:

data = data[data.find(self.dev + ":"):]
data = data.split(':')[1];

The problem is that the screenlet is not capable of handling devices with names larger than 4 characters. This should be handled by searching for the position of the ":" rather than hardwiring the offset. Note that I just corrected it to work for me, it is not tested and I can not say how this fix will work for you!


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 Re: Bug with wlan0 dev

 
 by IBBoard on: Feb 20 2008
 
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That fix seems to work for me on Fedora 8 using the 0.6 version of the Net Monitor screenlet :) I was wondering why it wasn't showing anything.

For future reference for the developer, it migh
t also be best not to try to process the data when self.dev isn't set as it just leads to exceptions.


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 Re: Bug with wlan0 dev

 
 by azulmarino on: Sep 25 2008
 
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That code didn't make it work for me.


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 1 problem:

 
 by frigga on: Feb 23 2008
 
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root@n1ck-desktop:/usr/local/share/screenlets/Diskusage# . DiskusageScreenlet.py
from: can't read /var/mail/screenlets.options
from: can't read /var/mail/screenlets.options
import: unable to grab mouse `Success'.
import: unable to read X window image `'.
import: unable to read X window image `'.
import: missing an image filename `gobject'.
bash: DiskusageScreenlet.py: line 16: syntax error near unexpected token `('
bash: DiskusageScreenlet.py: line 16: `class DiskusageScreenlet(screenlets.Screenlet):'


whats the prob?


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 Re: 1 problem:

 
 by IBBoard on: Feb 24 2008
 
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I think the problem is that you're posting about a disk usage applet under the network monitor applet ;)


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 It's good!

 
 by maman on: Apr 19 2008
 
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This screenlet is good, although if beryl is not running, it won't save the settings (which includes the traffic data) if not closed properly.

And it's not really accurate, since it only measures what it 'sees'. If it's closed, it don't measure any traffic. But still, overall it's good. :)

PS: sorry for my bad English.


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