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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:  90996
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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 Bug

 
 by cowanh00 on: Feb 17 2008
 
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I've noticed a bug with this screenlet when showing the CPU meter for all cores. When I first select this it doesn't show anything. I have to select the CPU graph and then go back to the CPU meter for the all cores option to work.

Otherwise great screenlet!


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 Re: Bug

 
 by pborman on: Jun 15 2008
 
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In WaterMarkScreenlet.py, around line 1032 you need to change self.cpu_old_all_cpu_use.append(0)
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self.cpu_old_all_cpu_graph_use.append(0)


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 Re: Re: Bug

 
 by cowanh00 on: Jun 15 2008
 
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Yep this fixed my problem! Thanks for the reply after so long. It is also good development start again on this Screenlet!


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 Re: Re: Bug

 
 by cowanh00 on: Jun 15 2008
 
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Yep this fixed my problem! Thanks for the reply after so long. It is also good to see development start again on this Screenlet!


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 Re: Re: Bug

 
 by walloo13 on: Jun 17 2008
 
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This is fixed in v0.30.


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 Re: Bug

 
 by walloo13 on: Jun 15 2008
 
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I'm not able to reproduce this issue.


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 bug?

 
 by rinserepeat on: Mar 26 2008
 
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for whatever reason my computer locks up sometimes when I use this... shame because its a really good module


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 Re: bug?

 
 by walloo13 on: Jun 16 2008
 
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It may be a possible issue with "system information". The option which displays IP address, kernel version, etc... If this option run, please try without it, or disable IP check to see if it fixes the problem


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 Re: bug?

 
 by walloo13 on: Jun 16 2008
 
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It may be a possible issue with "system information". The option which displays IP address, kernel version, etc... If this option run, please try without it, or disable IP check to see if it fixes the problem


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 show desktop?

 
 by brillyfresh on: Apr 4 2008
 
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I noticed that this screenlet will disappear when you "Show Desktop", but other screenlets won't disappear. Could you change this so that "Show Desktop" doesn't affect visibility?


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 Re: show desktop?

 
 by brillyfresh on: Apr 7 2008
 
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i discovered this behavior is related to something else which affects all screenlets, please disregard my previous comment and keep up the great work!


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 Re: show desktop?

 
 by neurosaur on: Jun 17 2008
 
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This can be fixed as follows,
1, Right click the particular screenlet > select Properties > select Options tab > you see the "Skip Taskbar" option selected! if not select it (this would hide the screenlet from the taskbar).

2, Presuming you have installed CompizConfig Settings Manager, Open CompizConfig Settings Manager > select "General Options" > select "General" tab > unselect "Hide Skip Taskbar Windows" (this prevents the screenlet from getting hidden when entering show desktop mode!).

i would like to thank walloo13 for this wonderful screenlet


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 Re: show desktop?

 
 by neurosaur on: Jun 17 2008
 
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This can be fixed as follows,
1, Right click the particular screenlet > select Properties > select Options tab > you see the "Skip Taskbar" option selected! if not select it (this would hide the screenlet from the taskbar).

2, Presuming you have installed CompizConfig Settings Manager, Open CompizConfig Settings Manager > select "General Options" > select "General" tab > unselect "Hide Skip Taskbar Windows" (this prevents the screenlet from getting hidden when entering show desktop mode!).

i would like to thank walloo13 for this wonderful screenlet


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 Re: Re: show desktop?

 
 by neurosaur on: Jun 17 2008
 
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sorry for the double post


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 Bug with the clock

 
 by unabatedshagie on: May 23 2008
 
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I've been having an issue with the clock section of this screenlet for a little while.

The hands of the clock are black rectangles rather than lines like they should be.

http://img53.imageshack.us/my.php?image=screenshot1jr5.png


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 Re: Bug with the clock

 
 by walloo13 on: Jun 14 2008
 
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The problem is fixed in v0.28


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 A script to control your CPU

 
 by walloo13 on: Jun 17 2008
 
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Here is a script which will be available with the next release, as an example on how to use the screenlet to control cpu frequency.
This may be really useful if you want to save energy and force low frequency, or if your CPU is heavily overclocked and you want to force it to relax when powerful calculation capability is not critical.
You can use with "custom sensor" and the script used to display CPU frequency given in the howto.txt file.

The file must be run as root (check the "sudo command" in System control tab)
Set the start value to the value you want (0 or 100%)
Set the step value to 100.

And now here is the script. Copy it in a file called cpufreq.py (for example), set it writable only for root and runnable.

############### Start script (do not copy this line)#############
#!/usr/bin/env python
# coding: utf-8
#This script is made to work with 4 cores system. Modify it to meet your needs
#You need to have cpufreq driver working to use it
#this script must be run as root (sudo)
# the -g parameter can be "conservative", "ondemand", "powersave", "userspace" or "performance" depending on your CPU capabilities
import sys
import commands

if len(sys.argv) == 2:

a = int(sys.argv[1])
if a<128:
commands.getoutput("cpufreq-selector -c 0 -g conservative")
commands.getoutput("cpufreq-selector -c 1 -g conservative")
commands.getoutput("cpufreq-selector -c 2 -g conservative")
commands.getoutput("cpufreq-selector -c 3 -g conservative")
else:
commands.getoutput("cpufreq-selector -c 0 -g ondemand")
commands.getoutput("cpufreq-selector -c 1 -g ondemand")
commands.getoutput("cpufreq-selector -c 2 -g ondemand")
commands.getoutput("cpufreq-selector -c 3 -g ondemand")

############ End Script (do not copy this line)##############


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 Something I noticed

 
 by MNICY on: Jun 18 2008
 
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The screenlet does not remember when i unlicked the "Keep Above" checkbox.
It works, but then when i log out and back in it forgets.

this a bug, or am i missing something?


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 Re: Something I noticed

 
 by walloo13 on: Jun 18 2008
 
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This is a problem with the screenlet manager, not my screenlet, since this is managed by "screenlets" and not "watermark".
However, if you want to keep the screenlet below, just check the "below" option. When you will come back, the below option will no more be checked, but the screenlet will work as if it is checked. This is the way it works for me, but I use scrennlets version 0.0.12 and not the last one (0.1.2)


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