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WaterMark system information

   0.31  

Screenlet

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WaterMark system information
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WaterMark system information
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WaterMark system information
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  91013
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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 broke?

 
 by quik366 on: Jan 2 2008
 
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Did the lastest update break the download? When I try to intall gives me error.


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 Re: broke?

 
 by walloo13 on: Jan 2 2008
 
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In fact, it seems none of the release can be installed using the installation option in screenlet-manager.
To install it using the screenlet manager, first, you have to rename the archive to:
WaterMark.tar.gz, and it will work.

The second solution is to extract the archive directely in your ~/.screenlet folder. then, the screenlet will appear in screenlet-manager the next time you will start it.


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 Re: Re: broke?

 
 by quik366 on: Jan 3 2008
 
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got it working thanks for the fast reply... great work by the way!


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 transparency

 
 by Walc on: Jan 2 2008
 
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1st of all these look awesome, but im having transparency problem, like some1 stated b4, how can i eliminate the black background so that it plays well with my wallpaper..?

thx

ps yes i have nvidia card + ubuntu 7.10


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 Re: transparency

 
 by walloo13 on: Jan 3 2008
 
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Hello,

Maybe you have this problem because your X11 do not have composite running.

The best way to have composite running on ubuntu 7.10 is to install nvidia proprietary drivers using ubuntu proprietary driver interface.
If composite works well, you should be able to enable advanced visual effects like windows distortion.

To enable advanced desktop effects, go to "preference->Appearance->Visual Effects" and enable Extra.

By installing compiz fusion manager:
sudo apt-get install compizconfig-settings-manager
you will be able to configure all effects.


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 some suggestions..

 
 by iadmike2 on: Jan 3 2008
 
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iadmike2iadmike2
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maybe you can add an option to change the font. i am using your screenlet with some custom pixel font and have to patch the code every time. little bit annoying :)

the second point:
i created a tango theme (http://img293.imageshack.us/my.php?image=bildschirmfotocs5.jpg), but had to change some text start positions, because my icons are 32x32 pixels. some of your icons differ in the size, so i thought i send you my theme (there are svg images too) and you can change your icons to fit 32x32 too. so the people can create custom themes easier...

btw, this is of course the best screenlet ever!


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 Re: some suggestions

 
 by walloo13 on: Jan 3 2008
 
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Thank you for your support.

I am about to make a major refactoring on the screenlet to reduce memory usage, make it smaller, add several functionalities etc...
It may be a good time to stabilize the theme and start adding new themes like yours.

I like the font you use. At this time, I had problems to find a font which will fit perfectly with pixels and display small fonts clearly. Do you plan to release your font in GPL or something like that? Or if you know a common font which is nice and have the same clear rendering I may be interested in it.

By the way, if you increase the height of the screenlet which display cpu load, you may be able to see two progressbar showing the usage of your two cores.

You can contact me directely by e-mail (my e-mail is in the readme file)


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 Re: Re: some suggest

 
 by iadmike2 on: Jan 3 2008
 
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its not my font - i downloaded it from dafont (http://www.dafont.com/xpaider-pixel-expl2.font) :)
there is no license on that site, so maybe you just put a link to it in your description...

i'll send you an email with the theme and my changes...


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 Just don't works

 
 by lyceuhns on: Jan 6 2008
 
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Sounds a great screenlet, but i'm trying use it a lot, but it just not start. Anyone knows what can be? =/

Extracting to the /usr/local/share/screenlets or ~/.screenlets go the same way, by the screenlet manager too, installs, but not start it, it happens to others screenlets too, others works fine.

Thanks the attention.


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 Re: Just don't works

 
 by walloo13 on: Jan 6 2008
 
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The best way is to open a terminal, then cd in watermark directory, and run ./WaterMarkScreenlet.py

If there is a problem, you will see errors which can help me to find what goes wrong.

Copy error messages, and send it to me (my em-mail is in the readme file)


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 Arial isn't open

 
 by rharrison on: Jan 9 2008
 
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It isn't legal to distribute the Microsoft fonts as a third party. The means the Arial font can't be legally included in any of the major Linux distributions so users will have to install the font by hand in order to see your latest update properly.

I used to be an Arial addict before I switched to Linux. It is does have a very clean Its always been a pain having to go get it, and no I just won't install it on principle. Perhaps it makes more since to have a theme in your package which uses Arial but to set it to be used by default.

http://www.press.redhat.com/2007/05/09/liberation-fonts/


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 Re: Arial isn't open

 
 by walloo13 on: Jan 10 2008
 
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You're right.
I thought arial was a quite common font, and that an open version was available.
After verification, my fresh installation of Ubuntu do not have arial font.

I will fix this problem as soon as possible.
Fortunately, even if the font is not present, it works well (on Ubuntu 7.10)


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 Re: Arial isn't open

 
 by walloo13 on: Jan 10 2008
 
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I changed the font.
If you know a font which is as condensed and as sharp as Arial, but open source, your suggestion is welcome.


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 Re: Re: Arial isn't

 
 by rharrison on: Feb 5 2008
 
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I guess Liberation Sans is going to be your best bet. I'm not sure if its installed by default on Ubuntu yet or not.

http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/LiberationSans


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 Multiple Local IPs

 
 by buddylee on: Jan 10 2008
 
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Nice screenlet. Thx for posting.

Just created a mod here to handle more than one "Local IP" in the System information. I can send it if you would like to include it.


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 Re: Multiple Local I

 
 by walloo13 on: Jan 10 2008
 
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Please, send it to me, I will look at it.
My e-mail address is in the readme file


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