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LiNsta-XCPUMeter

   0.1 (alpha)  

Desklets

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LiNsta-XCPUMeter
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  9788
Submitted:  Aug 20 2007
Updated:  Aug 28 2007

Description:

LiNsta-XCPUMeter is an adesklet (http://adesklets.sourceforge.net).

LiNsta-XCPUMeter is a simple analogical system monitor (CPU, MEM and SWAP) for your desktop.

**VERY IMPORTANT** This adesklet depend on pystatgrab module. So, you have to install it via your packages management system to make it work.

See README file (*IMPORTANT*) for all details.

To run LiNsta-XCPUMeter, decompress archive in any dir or subdir in your home, go to LiNsta_XCPUMeter dir, edit the config.txt file to change the skin you want (see README file for more details). Skins available for now : Black, Default, Noir.
To change options, right-click on the desklet.

Never tested on Linux AMD64.

Send me your skins.

If you want other functionalities, then tell me.

It's the second "LiNsta" desklet I publish. Other "LiNsta" desklets soon :-)

Enjoy ;-)




Changelog:

Ver 0.1 : Alpha release, and first public release. No bug (I think), but config file not optimized, not possible to change skin dynalically, and no config file for skins (some parameters are hard-coded).



License:
Code is released under GNU/GPL (See `COPYING' file for license in archive).
This adesklet contains code derived from the adeskclock adesklet, provided by
Jon McCormack.

Some skins come from Gavatx (http://gavatx.deviantart.com/) and/or halfwayglad (http://halfwayglad.deviantart.com/). I obtained their authorization to use and share them.
So these skins are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non commercial-No Derivative Works 2.5 License.


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 Nice but...

 
 by LasseP on: Aug 25 2007
 
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I cant get this to work, getting this
LiNsta_XCPUMeter$ ./LiNstaXCPUMeter.py
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "./LiNstaXCPUMeter.py", line 7, in <module>
import adesklets
File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/adesklets/__init__.py", line 30, in <module>
from adesklets.initializer import _Initializer
File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/adesklets/initializer.py", line 13, in <module>
from children_handler import _Children_handler
File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/adesklets/children_handler.py", line 5, in <module>
from signal_handler import Signal_handler
File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/adesklets/signal_handler.py", line 12, in <module>
class Signal_handler:
File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/adesklets/signal_handler.py", line 20, in Signal_handler
func = posix_signal.signal
AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'signal'

I'm using Ubuntu Gutsy Gibbon amd64 and screenlets 0.0.10-3
any ideas?
thx


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 Re: Nice but...

 
 by etiennealaurent on: Aug 28 2007
 
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I never tested LiNsta-XCPUMeter on Ubuntu Gutsy Gibbon AMD64 nor any other AMD64 distro.
If adesklets can be installed on any AMD64 distro, with pystatgrab module, then I think you can use LiNsta-XCPUMeter.


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 good!!

 
 by kaspiterina on: Aug 29 2007
 
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great job!It works perfctly
I am waiting other adesklets
thank you


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 don't works in gutsy

 
 by sick-boy on: Sep 3 2007
 
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I have Ubuntu Gutsy with aDesklets 0.6.1 and python 2.5 but appers this error message:


Traceback (most recent call last):
File "./LiNstaXCPUMeter.py", line 302, in <module>
Events(dirname(__file__)).pause()
File "./LiNstaXCPUMeter.py", line 75, in __init__
adesklets.Events_handler.__init__(self)
File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/adesklets/events_handler.py", line 158, in __init__
self._alarm()
File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/adesklets/events_handler.py", line 296, in _alarm
timeout=self.alarm()
File "./LiNstaXCPUMeter.py", line 124, in alarm
self.refreshData()
File "./LiNstaXCPUMeter.py", line 145, in refreshData
self.get_swap_stats()
File "./LiNstaXCPUMeter.py", line 293, in get_swap_stats
self.swap_krell = int(int((stats["total"] - stats["free"])*100)/float(stats["total"]))
ZeroDivisionError: float division


Any idea to resolv this problem?
Anyway, congratulations for your nice aDesklets theme :)


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 Re: don't works in g

 
 by etiennealaurent on: Sep 9 2007
 
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Do you have a swap partition ? This part of the code is about swap. If you don't have swap, you have this error.

I supposed there was always a swap partition in any linux box. Am I wrong ?


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 Re: Re: don't works

 
 by sick-boy on: Sep 9 2007
 
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Of course. I have a swap partition with 830 MB... I dont know if this is a problem from gutsy....


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 Re: Re: Re: don't wo

 
 by etiennealaurent on: Sep 10 2007
 
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Please edit the LiNstaXCPUMeter.py file.
Add the next line before the line 293 with the good indentation (1 tab, I think) :

print "Total swap :", stats["total"]

Run LiNstaXCPUMeter.py again in a terminal as a test (in the main dir, run ./LiNstaXCPUMeter.py --nautilus if you are in GNOME).
If the swap is detected, you can see your swap size.
Otherwise, there is someting wrong with pystatgrab module.

Please, tell me.

Thank you.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: don'

 
 by sick-boy on: Sep 10 2007
 
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Now works!!!
You're right. I had the swap partition but to upgrade to ubuntu gutsy (development version yet) I don't no why but I didn't have configure the fstab to mount the swap at boot the system. I resolved it.
Very thanks for your help. Nice work with this adesklets theme ;)


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 where is it?

 
 by nadab on: Sep 29 2007
 
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Where's the 'LiNstaXCPUMeter.py --nautilus' script I1m using the UBUNTU 7.04 and I can't install the desklet...am I doing something stupid?


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 Feature request

 
 by LdrJagMan on: Nov 16 2007
 
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How about adding one more "circle" and making it a Internet Data In and out gauge


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 working, but...

 
 by angin on: Dec 31 2007
 
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its working on my gutsy, but got problem with the background transparency, and the configuration menu didnt give any respon.
all of the meters work perfect. also move and toggle values menu work fine.
great job...


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