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The Only Right RAM Monitor

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Plasmoid Script

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The Only Right RAM Monitor
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  139
Submitted:  Jun 22 2010
Updated:  Jun 22 2010

Description:

Small graph, showing stacked memory - application, buffered and cached. Refresh time can be configured.

installation from file:
plasmapkg -i the-only-right-ram-monitor.plasmoid

I've been looking for it for some time (system monitor in kde3 could stack graphs, kde4 seems to can't do it )-: ), eventually I've decided to write it myself.

Why I needed it so badly? Well, nowadays RAM seems to be the most occupied device, so keeping track of it can be critical to performance of your pc. On Linux buffered and cached memory is somewhere between free and occupied - it's occupied by system, but any time it can be given to some application.

Bugs and feature-requests are welcome (-:

Known bugs:
- sometimes gradients aren't drawn as neat as they could be.

PS. Plasmoid was firstly written in C++, then rewritten to Python - so the code may be not perfectly beautiful (-; Btw, if you want C++ version, contact me - it maybe somewhat faster, but is really more difficult to install.




Changelog:

1.1 - fixed bug: no config window on Polish interface
1.0 - initial version




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 by dfx on: Jun 26 2010
 
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damn, i was disappointed when they ditched that nice ram monitor from kde3, not porting it to 4.x.
glad, i'm not the only one who craving it back :)

now, if i only could find replacement for its brother - equally nice-looking cpu-monitor, and their cousins - cells of system monitor's various indicators for panel...
default kde4 temperature, fan, etc. indicators are ugly and gigantic as elephant's shit.


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 Customization

 
 by matemaciek on: Jun 26 2010
 
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It shouldn't be hard to customize this to suit your needs (if you have some programming skills). You can unzip this file, edit and install it back (propably changing name in metadata.desktop, to not conflict with the old one), as it is explained in:
http://techbase.kde.org/Development/Tutorials/Plasma/Python/GettingStarted

My script uses systemmonitor data engine, so you can use all sensors it uses. Run plasmaengineexplorer and choose systemmonitor as engine - it will list all sensors. You can change sensor names in the beginning of a main.py file (don't forget to adjust SENSORS_COUNT).


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