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pyCatalystMonitor

   1.1  

Plasmoid Script

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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  315
Submitted:  Dec 10 2013
Updated:  May 17 2014

Description:

This is an updated version of Ryan Ho's AtiMonitor script. It's compatible with current KDE releases, and updated with a fanspeed monitor.




Changelog:

1.0 - modern KDE compatible.
1.1 - fanspeed monitor added (thanks BubuFearn!)




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 Not working on Kubuntu 13-10

 
 by dequire on: Dec 11 2013
 
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Hello. Downloaded via KGHNS (Add widgets dialogue) and when dragged to desktop I receive an error: "Script initialization failed". Any idea why? Thanks in advance.


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 Re: Not working on Kubuntu 13-10

 
 by Kepsz on: Dec 14 2013
 
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Hmm, seems like my previous replay never posted. o.O


Please try loading the scirpt in terminal, and post the output. plasma-windowed pyCatalystMonitor

I'm using Chakra, and this script runs well.


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 Here's the output:

 
 by dequire on: Dec 15 2013
 
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http://pastebin.kde.org/pgkqemlc3


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 Re: Here's the output:

 
 by Kepsz on: Dec 15 2013
 
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Thank you for the post!

The first two lines sugest an Ubuntu reladted KDE bug (can also be found this on Ubuntu and Kubuntu mailing lists). https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=297020

What's your KDE version? I'm using 4.11
If you are using an older KDE, try update it first. If it's not solve this, will go on finding the problem.


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 Working fine with the Kubuntu 13.10

 
 by srog on: Dec 15 2013
 
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Thank you of nice plasmoid.

Working fine with the Kubuntu 13.10 / KDE 4.11.3.


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 Re: Working fine with the Kubuntu 13.10

 
 by dequire on: Dec 16 2013
 
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Hello! Running 4.12 Beta (4.11.97). Hope this helps.


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 works on kubuntu 13.10 kde 4.12

 
 by Tankafaire on: Jan 10 2014
 
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But I had to rename the .zip in .plasmoid


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 Do not work in 14.10 and KDE 4.13.0

 
 by Tankafaire on: Apr 18 2014
 
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Fail at the initialisation script, impossible to create the object


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 Re: Do not work in 14.10 and KDE 4.13.0

 
 by Kepsz on: Apr 18 2014
 
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Something always broken in *buntu. :)

Btw i'm in Chakra and we currently have only KDE 4.12.4 so currently i can not debug the problem with 4.13.

But you can send me some useful info if starting the script with a plasma monitor. Like this way in terminal:
plasma-windowed pyCatalystmonitor

That's may be enough to solve your problem.


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 Re: Re: Do not work in 14.10 and KDE 4.13.0

 
 by Tankafaire on: Apr 18 2014
 
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Thanks for your rapid response, and the way to repair it. Here is the result:

Quote:
QDBusConnection: session D-Bus connection created before QCoreApplication. Application may misbehave.
QDBusConnection: session D-Bus connection created before QCoreApplication. Application may misbehave.
Bus::open: Can not get ibus-daemon's address.
IBusInputContext::createInputContext: no connection to ibus-daemon


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 Re: Re: Re: Do not work in 14.10 and KDE 4.13.0

 
 by Kepsz on: Apr 19 2014
 
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Well, i found no connection between this log and the code. It seems like you have to waite until i get kde 4.13, it's in testing area for Chakra.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Do not work in 14.10 and KDE 4.13.

 
 by Tankafaire on: Apr 19 2014
 
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Ok, don't worry about that.
I don't know if it's a kde bug, but it's the same as
https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/kde4libs/+bug/959151?comments=all


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Do not work in 14.10 and KDE 4

 
 by Kepsz on: May 2 2014
 
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Well, yesterday Chakra got KDE 4.13 but the script works withouth any problems. So it must be some Kubuntu related issue.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Do not work in 14.10 and K

 
 by Tankafaire on: May 2 2014
 
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I've tried again. And it's working ! Maybe a Kubuntu's update. Thank's for wrote it. Cheers



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 Nice work!

 
 by BubuFearn on: May 16 2014
 
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Hi,

A few questions please.

Is there any sign of the original author yet?
If he comes back do you plan to merge?
I'd like to add a reading for the fan also, is this possible/difficult?

Thanks for helping to make my desktop rock!


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 Re: Nice work!

 
 by Kepsz on: May 16 2014
 
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Hy! Thx!


So far nothing from the authotor yet...

"I'd like to add a reading for the fan also, is this possible/difficult?"

If catalyst gives back that information in terminal, than it's possible to add. I will check this but not today.


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 Re: Re: Nice work!

 
 by BubuFearn on: May 16 2014
 
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Yep it does :)

aticonfig --pplib-cmd 'get fanspeed 0'

Fan speed query:
Query Index: 0, Speed in percent
Result: Fan Speed: 41%

I've tried poking around with the code. I think I need to modify the getresult and updateTime functions. The fanspeed is reported as a percentage so I imagine the chart code there will be similar to the GPU Load one and I can re-use it for the fan?


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 Re: Re: Re: Nice work!

 
 by Kepsz on: May 16 2014
 
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Thank you, that looks promiseing!

I hope i will have some free time before monday to implement this.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Nice work!

 
 by BubuFearn on: May 16 2014
 
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I'm a bit of a Python noob/learner but if I can find an IDE that works I'll try and help as much as possible!
I've been using plasmate and it's preview is pretty buggy with python, so I will try kdevelop and see how that goes.

I'm a bit stuck with how to pipe the

aticonfig --pplib-cmd 'get fanspeed 0'

command via Popen on line 172 and add it to the list in order to populate a chart.

This is probably just a combination of my poor syntax escaping the quote marks 'get fanspeed 0' and/or plasmate just failing to reload the code in the preview window correctly each time I make a change.

If I can work out how the original code loops through each iteration of aticonfig and then parses the results it should then be fairly simple to add a --pplib-cmd iteration that we can use in an additional chart, either above or below the GPU Temp area.

Additionaly aticonfig --pplib-cmd can be used to set values i.e core clock speed at low,mid,high and the fan speed itself programaticaly.

I belive

http://sourceforge.net/projects/amdovdrvctrl/

uses this method to dynamicaly adjust the fan speed and clocks depending on how you config it.

It would be *nice/wish* to add some of these features in future versions, so there is at least one plasmoid out there which can both display and adjust/overclock settings in catalyst on the fly.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Nice work!

 
 by Kepsz on: May 17 2014
 
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Thank you for the "aticonfig --pplib-cmd 'get fanspeed 0'" line, it made it quite easy for me to add the fanspeed monitor. Yep, adding ' chars to popen was a pain in the... process. Btw it's much simplier than what we thinkd. :)

It's possible to change clocks with aticonfig, but i think it's not up to this simple monitor widget. And OC can be dangerous for less experienced people. :)
But i will think about this possibility.


About the git repo, i'm not sure. I'm still just an updater of this code, not it's original writer. For now, i think it's good enough if you send me a link to pastebin.com, if you doing something with the code.


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