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WaterMark system information

   0.31  

Screenlet

Score 77%
WaterMark system information
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WaterMark system information
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WaterMark system information
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  91386
Submitted:  Dec 18 2007
Updated:  Jun 27 2008

Description:

This screenlet can display many system information and control some of them:

- CPU load
- multi CPU/core load
- list of more CPU consuming processes
- memory and swap load
- network usage (no configuration required)
- Wifi ESSID and signal quality (no configuration required)
- all temperature, fan and electric sensors (support lm_sensors, temperature from ACPI sensors, temperature from nvidia driver and nvclock, temperature and fan from ibm acpi, and hard drive temperature from hddtemp)
- hard disk usage
- Analog and digital clock
- Battery state and global capacity
- several system information like: local IP, external IP, uptime, login time, user name, host name, kernel version, KDE version, Gnome version, total disk space, total free disk space

The last version of this screenlet allows you to control system parameters (fan speed, GPU speed, etc...)

Design need to be improved, and new functionalities added.

I know I haven't provided any news or update, and haven't integrated patches for a very long time now. I'm really sorry for that. I will try to correct that as soon as possible.




Changelog:

Look at screenshots to see changes in action.

v0.31:
- bug with head/tail display fixed
- new basic color theme, while wainting for new real theme

v0.30:
- bug with "CPU-meter for all cores" fixed

v0.29:
- Fan control is now System control, and allow to use this functionnality to control any hardware with custom scripts
- New System control script which shows how to control nvidia video card overclock
- One minor bug fixed
- in custom sensor, the ':' after the label has been removed and it'S possible to choose the icon to display
- new "howto.txt" file with custom sensors and system control examples.

v0.28:
- support for temperature provided by nvclock (users of Nvidia 8800 cards (G92), please look at: http://computersstoneage.blogspot.com/2008/06/asus-nvidia-8800-gt-gpu-temperature.html )
- problem with clock rendering fixed
- new fan control option which allows to change fan speed (please, read README file for more documentation)


v0.27:
-fixed a minor bug in Head/Tail title display




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 memory leak

 
 by prisma on: Dec 22 2007
 
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There is a memory leak somewhere in this program. if you let the computer on for a long period of time with this desklet running it will eat up your memory until the desklet crash. When I left my computer yesterday the memory meter said i was using 25% of it (2GB), today when I checked my pc this morning it said 56% of memory being used. So memory usage double overnight just because I left this desklet running.
Other than that, I really love this desklet. I hope you will fix the memory leaking problem.


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 Re: memory leak

 
 by walloo13 on: Dec 22 2007
 
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I will check if I find a way to fix such problem with python.
If you have any knowledge on how to find memory leaks in python, your help is welcome.


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 Re: Re: memory leak

 
 by Macabre on: Dec 27 2007
 
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It looks like the leak is in the calls to create_layout(), apparently that object doesn't get GC'd correctly. I've emailed an updated file to you that I think will fix it.

p.s., this is a great screenlet!


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 Memory problem

 
 by aray on: Dec 22 2007
 
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Hi,

This is really great work. The idea is very good. You have done a great job in preparing this.

I need your help in solving a problem. While using the desklet I have noted the following.

a) In the earlier version I was not getting the memory. But with the update I am now getting the white bar. But the problem remains same. It is always showing

ram:0%
swap:0%

b) Being a new user I could not find any Compiz desklets for top 5 processes in compiz desklets section. May I request you to develop one where top 5 processes are shown.

Great work.

Thanks,
Ray


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 Re: Memory problem

 
 by walloo13 on: Dec 22 2007
 
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Please, could you run the following command:
cat /proc/meminfo > mem.txt

Then zip the newly created file (mem.txt) then send it to me by e-mail.
My e-mail adresse is in the README file of the software.

Thank you for your suggestion regarding the top 5 process report.


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 Re: Re: Memory probl

 
 by aray on: Dec 23 2007
 
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Thanks for your response.

I have send the text file.


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 Re: Re: Re: Memory p

 
 by walloo13 on: Dec 23 2007
 
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Memory problem is fixed in v0.11


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Memo

 
 by aray on: Dec 23 2007
 
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Yes, for me it's working fine now.

Thanks.


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 Re: Memory problem

 
 by walloo13 on: Dec 24 2007
 
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An option to display top processes has been added in version 0.13


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 Re: Process

 
 by aray on: Dec 24 2007
 
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This is great. Thanks for adding the process option in WaterMark.


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 thanks & bugreport

 
 by Noone9 on: Dec 22 2007
 
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thank you very much for creating that theme. I'm new to Linux but today i found this theme and took the time to play around with Compiz to install that theme.
But there are two bugs i recognized that far:
1) http://img124.imageshack.us/img124/2494/namenloszq2.png

The text above seems to be chopped. the rest above should T2080 @ 1,73 GhZ
Another thing is, would it be possible to chose the prozessor instead of throughing them together without any description?

2) When i deactivate my wireless connection the screenlet for wirless network just disappears instead of showing it like in the picture, that wireless ist deactivated.

The last thing is, when i have everything activated, my vlc screen just stays black :<. But I think its more a issue wuth compiz, because when i deactivate it everything works fine. Will be trieing it with Beryl when i find the time.

Thanks again for your nice screenlet.


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 Re: thanks & bugrepo

 
 by walloo13 on: Dec 22 2007
 
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1) I will check if I can do something, but by default I need to limit screenlet size to avoid excess memory usage, since all sessions of screelents have the same size.

For processors, it can be possible to create a single core secreenlet. Hovewer, multi core are displayed with CPU0 at the top, then CPU1, CPU2, CPU3 etc... I may not be able to give more information than CPU0 , CPU1 label, at this time, so it's not so much useful.

2) When your wireless connection is disconnected, can you execute these commands in a terminal:
cat /proc/net/wireless > wireless.txt
iwconfig > iwconfig.txt

Then zip wireless.txt and iwconfig.txt and send them to me by e-mail. My e-mail address is in the README file. Please, do the same thing when you are connected, it may help me to fix the bug.
I may be able to fix this problem with all these information.


You probably have a nvidia video card, which may explain your black window problem.
If you use ubuntu, just edit /usr/bin/compiz and change INDIRECT="no" to INDIRECT="yes".
If you start compiz with your own command, then add the following parameter: --indirect-rendering

It should fix your problem. It worked for me.


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 Re: Re: thanks & bug

 
 by Noone9 on: Dec 23 2007
 
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thx for your response.
I could fix the vlc problem with your tip, thanks. Also the wifi signal screenlet works fine now with 0.11.

Thanks again for updating your screenlet.


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 Re: thanks & bugrepo

 
 by walloo13 on: Dec 23 2007
 
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V0.12 of WaterMark allows you to change screenlet size.
With this new option, you will be able to see the complete text of your CPU type.


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 Re: Re: thanks & bug

 
 by Noone9 on: Dec 24 2007
 
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Awesom. Thanks a lot for updating.
Merry XMas.


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 thanks & bugreport

 
 by Noone9 on: Dec 22 2007
 
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thank you very much for creating that theme. I'm new to Linux but today i found this theme and took the time to play around with Compiz to install that theme.
But there are two bugs i recognized that far:
1) http://img124.imageshack.us/img124/2494/namenloszq2.png

The text above seems to be chopped. the rest above should T2080 @ 1,73 GhZ
Another thing is, would it be possible to chose the prozessor instead of throughing them together without any description?

2) When i deactivate my wireless connection the screenlet for wirless network just disappears instead of showing it like in the picture, that wireless ist deactivated.

The last thing is, when i have everything activated, my vlc screen just stays black :<. But I think its more a issue wuth compiz, because when i deactivate it everything works fine. Will be trieing it with Beryl when i find the time.

Thanks again for your nice screenlet.


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 COOL! but no wifi? :

 
 by orthonovum on: Dec 25 2007
 
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very clean very nice looking screenlets! If I couldbe so bold as to suggest a slightly larger nvidia logo for the sensor?

also. it will not show my wireless

im using F8 with intel3945abg wireless card

Let me know if im just missing some sort of config or tweak to make, or if I can provide more information to assist.

thanks! and keep up the great work!


http://orthonovum.livejournal.com
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 Re: COOL! but no wif

 
 by walloo13 on: Dec 25 2007
 
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I will look at it for nVidia logo.

For wifi info:
When your wireless connection is disconnected, can you execute these commands in a terminal:
cat /proc/net/wireless > wireless.txt
iwconfig > iwconfig.txt

Then zip wireless.txt and iwconfig.txt and send them to me by e-mail. My e-mail address is in the README file.
I may be able to fix this problem with all these information.


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 Re: Re: COOL! but no

 
 by walloo13 on: Dec 25 2007
 
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Sorry, do commands when your wireless connection is enabled.


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 acpi temp disappears

 
 by reference2myself on: Dec 29 2007
 
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I just updated and whenever I set it to show the acpi temp the screenlet disappears. I can still click on it but it's invisible, was working before.


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 Re: acpi temp disapp

 
 by walloo13 on: Dec 29 2007
 
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I'm sorry for this regression.
The problem is fixed in v0.17


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 Re: Re: acpi temp di

 
 by reference2myself on: Dec 29 2007
 
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awesome, thanks for the quick fix, works great


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