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KSystem Viewer

   0.0.2-1 (build 3)  

KDE Kommander Script

Score 78%
KSystem Viewer
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KSystem Viewer
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KSystem Viewer
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  1767
Submitted:  May 13 2006
Updated:  May 18 2006

Description:

KSystem Viewer is a little Kommander bash script what aims to provide an user-friendly environment to see the characteristics of the current system, such as hdd capacity or the name/frequency of the processor.




Changelog:

0.0.2-1 :
· Added Network info (with multiple devices support, DNS)
· Now the info fields are readOnly
· The progressbar of memory usage doesn't count the cache memory
· New info in "What's this?"
· Changed the General tab environment




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 yeah

 
 by Superstoned on: May 14 2006
 
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nice work, man. KDE definately needs something like this, tough it might be done as a kcontrol component and/or a KIO slave like suse did... :D


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 Re: yeah

 
 by servomac on: May 14 2006
 
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Yes, a good way to integrate an application like this with the KDE is doing a super-Karamba widget, but I don't know anything about python and the super-karamba's widgets development.

If somebody wants to use my work to do a widget, I will feel so happy!

Thanks for the feedback!


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 Very nice

 
 by xis on: May 14 2006
 
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Very nice work,
How about adding a tab 'Modules' which would show the list of modules loaded into the kernel, and ability do rmmod, insmod module from list?

Cheers


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 Thanks to all!

 
 by servomac on: May 14 2006
 
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First, I'm very pleased by the big number of downloads in just a day.

On the other hand, I'm searching for more useful information, such as the proposed modules. If you have some ideas, please feel free to expose them!


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 Bug report!

 
 by servomac on: May 15 2006
 
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Please, I need a lot of bug reporting, because I have been warned about some bad working of the Network Tab.

Maybe some of you can't see your current internet IP; surely it's because you haven't the lynx text-navigator.

Now I'm in an university lab with some linux-pcs that don't have the ifconfig command, what's where I look for the local network info.

On the other hand, the glxgears test isn't still working, because I don't know how to do it without dropping the extremely ugly test in the desktop and waiting for 6 seconds :P

Actually, I should insist on the fact that I need your suggestions in order to improve the KSystem View and turn it a really util app!


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 Re: Bug report!

 
 by xis on: May 15 2006
 
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Ok, I've seen a bug :)
You use ifconfig in your script, but you don't check it's path. I suggest you check in the '/bin', '/sbin', '/usr/bin' and '/usr/sbin' directories and then (if still can't find it) you should report that KSystem Viewer can't find the command. In my Gentoo, ifconfig is in the /sbin directory.
I don't have lynx, because I use links or wget, so I can't see my public IP either.
I hope this will help you.
Cheers!


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 Thanks!

 
 by servomac on: May 15 2006
 
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Ok, the wget inetIP detection is now implemented, thanks!

I will work in the correct ifconfig path detection when I have a moment!


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 Re: Thanks!

 
 by xis on: May 15 2006
 
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That was fast :)
Thank you!


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 Re: Re: Bug report!

 
 by servomac on: May 15 2006
 
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Now the correct detection of the ifconfig's path is implemented.

Please test it and report me if it works. Thanks a lot for your colaboration!


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 Re: Re: Re: Bug report!

 
 by xis on: May 15 2006
 
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Yes, now it works really good.
Nice job! :)


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 Re: Re: Re: Bug repo

 
 by bitcrazy on: May 17 2006
 
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Hi,
sorry, but Network module still doesn't work for me. You are using /etc/network/interfaces, which doesn't exist on my system. Another point is ifconfig. The localized output of ifconfig needn't to contain inet addr. On a german system, for example, it's inet Adresse.
So perhaps, it's better done with for running over ifconfig to find the devices and grep only for inet in line 101.

Just a suggestion
Nice app anyway.
Btw.
Did you know, that my 3000+ XP has more bogomips (4349), than your processor? Strange!?

Greetings

m0nk


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Bug

 
 by bitcrazy on: May 17 2006
 
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Sorry,
forgot one point. There's a typo in processor, you wrote it with one s.

Nevertheless

m0nk


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 Bug fixing in proces

 
 by servomac on: May 17 2006
 
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Thanks for the advice, now the typo is fixed! I will work in extracting the network devices from the ifconfig in order to obtain a better compatibily when I arrive at home! Thanks a lot!


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Bug repo

 
 by servomac on: May 17 2006
 
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The bongoMips can't be used to compare processor with different instruction sets. On the other hand, unfortunatelly I have a kernel compiled to a 32 bits architecture due to the better support of Debian/KUbuntu packages had when I installed the OS.

Maybe I should think in changing to a 64 bits compiled kernel to obtain a good performance!


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Bug repo

 
 by servomac on: May 17 2006
 
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Can you send me yours ifconfig? My mail is servomac@gmail.com

Unfortunatelly (or not :D) I don't have acces to any other distribution than Debian, and I need your configuration to improve the standard working of the app. Thanks!


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 Hostname

 
 by bitcrazy on: May 18 2006
 
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Hi,
just a suggestion:
why don't you use uname -n for the hostname, coz /etc/hostname doesn't exist in all distros.
Perhaps the tab General should show up the informations of the kcontrol frontpage,
because:
System Info ds charon 2.6.16.16
isn't very informativ, isn't it.
And the progressbar Harddisk is irritating, coz it shows up the first partition, not the disk.
Btw. if you use
df | head -n 2 | tail -n 1 | awk {'print $5'} instead of
df | head -n 2 | tail -n 1 | awk {'print $2'}
you'll get the percentage directly.
More to come, so stay tuned ;-)

Greetings

m0nk


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 Re: Hostname

 
 by servomac on: May 18 2006
 
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Thanks for the ideas, I'm going to change it!


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