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CPU Temperature gDesklet

   0.2  

Desklets

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CPU Temperature gDesklet
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  11805
Submitted:  Aug 30 2007
Updated:  Sep 2 2007

Description:

Desklet for gDesklets which displays current CPU and hard disk temperature, and plots over time. Everything's pretty customizable.

Requires the following commands to produce appropriate output:
for CPU temperature:
"cat /proc/acpi/thermal_zone/THRM/temperature", (output similar to: "temperature: 66 C");
for HDD temperature:
"netcat localhost 7634" (output similar to: "|/dev/sda|FUJITSU MHV2080AH ?|48|C|").




Changelog:

0.2 - Added hard disk temperature monitor. Removed dependency on ICPUTemp control, in favour of built-in IExec control.

0.1 - First release




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 it gives me an error

 
 by arcovoltaico77 on: Sep 1 2007
 
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it gives me this error :

"No Control could be found for interface ICPUTemp:drt4oy2sbq3w0yqyhp4n9qbdc-2
/home/dav/.gdesklets/Displays/CPUTemp/cputemp.display"

the suggested "cat" command works, and from the shell I'm able to read cpu temp.


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 Re: it gives me an e

 
 by cumpstey on: Sep 2 2007
 
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gDesklets sometimes does this to me, even if the control is good. I don't know why - it seems a bit buggy sometimes in detecting controls.

In version 0.2 I've taken away dependency on the specific ICPUTemp control, in favour of the built-in generic IExec control. Hopefully you should have no problems with this.


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 Re: Re: it gives me

 
 by arcovoltaico77 on: Sep 3 2007
 
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Ok, I'll try the new version, thank you


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 problem

 
 by Gangster on: Jan 5 2008
 
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I have got this error

invalid literal for int() with base 10: '/proc/acpi/thermal_zone/THRM/temperature:'
/home/gangster/.gdesklets/Displays/CPUTemp/cputemp.display
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79
80
81 def cpu_update(current_temp):
82 Dsp.cpu_label.value = cpu_label + current_temp + " °C"
> 83 Dsp.cpu_plotter.value = int(current_temp)
84
85 #ctrl.bind("cputemp", update)
86
87 Dsp.cnv.graphics = bg_svg
88
89 def timed_update():

and it don`t work....


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 Re: problem

 
 by Iconoclast on: May 26 2008
 
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I had a similar problem, and had to replace the proc temperature command in the cputemp.display with:

cat /proc/acpi/thermal_zone/*/temperature


Of course the desklet only displays the temp of one core, so if it will require some script tampering to fix I imagine.


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