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Simple System Monitor

   0.93  

KDE Logging/Monitoring

Score 79%
Simple System Monitor
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Simple System Monitor
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Simple System Monitor
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Link:  http://
Depends on  KDE 3.x
Downloads:  5350
Submitted:  Jan 5 2005
Updated:  Sep 30 2005

Description:

This is a very simple system monitor, but it's somewhat different from others since instead of displaying various kind of graphs, the load of the system is determined by a little spinning square. The faster this square spins, the more busy your system is (and yes, you can change its color). It also have a popup menu to see cpu and memory usage in greater details.

[09.10.2006]
This project is on hiatus right now. I don't have much free time these days, and with KDE 4.0 coming with a brand new framework to develop applets, I think it's better if I just concentrate on my other projects for the time being.




Changelog:

[0.93]
* Add a new fire applet (right click).
* Add transparency support (only when in square mode. Thanks again Matías!).
* Rework configuration dialogs.

[0.92]
* Double buffering to remove flickers.
* Show the "active memory" usage in the popup menu so it is not always ~100%.

A big thanks to Matías Costa. He has done most of the work!

[0.91]
* The applet was sometime trying to divide by zero, causing it to crash. This is fixed now.




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 Background

 
 by dingelhopper on: Jan 6 2005
 
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Hi

nice program!!!
It is very useful if you don't have much space left...
... but I would like to change the background color to transparent or a color that fit my needs.

Anyway, Good Work!


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 Re: Background

 
 by yanos on: Jan 11 2005
 
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Thank you! The fact that this applet simply ignore the panel's background image is a known problem. The thing is, I'm not sure what is the best way to do it, so it might take a while before I make it work.


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 configure pb

 
 by LaFleche on: Jan 6 2005
 
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If i specify a directory during the configure the makefiles generated seem wrong.

$ ./configure --prefix=/foo/bar

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finish ok

$ make

make all-recursive
make[1]: Entering directory `/home/bob/Desktop/tmp/sysmonitor'
Making all in doc
make[2]: Entering directory `/home/bob/Desktop/tmp/sysmonitor/doc'
make[2]: *** Pas de règle pour fabriquer la cible « all ». Arrêt.
make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/bob/Desktop/tmp/sysmonitor/doc'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Erreur 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/bob/Desktop/tmp/sysmonitor'
make: *** [all] Erreur 2


but it compiles fine with just : ./configure

the pb is it doesn't seems to go in /usr which is my kde installation directory.


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 Re: configure pb

 
 by yanos on: Jan 11 2005
 
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I'm not good with the whole automake-autoconf-configure suite, so I don't know where to look to resolve your problem. Please try the new version (0.91), maybe you won't have this problem again. If it still doesn't work, I'll look more closely on this issue.


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 Re: Re: configure pb

 
 by LaFleche on: Jan 13 2005
 
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new version works fine :)


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 Very Cool, Thx

 
 by suslik on: Mar 22 2005
 
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Very cool.

I, [twitching] didn't realize I can live without hard CPU % numbers. I consider this applet a therapy. :)


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 MmMmMmMm!

 
 by gtank on: Mar 30 2005
 
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Awesome concept. *thumbs up*


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 Thx for the flame :)

 
 by kdeappsce on: Sep 30 2005
 
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Thanks a lot for including the flame of fireapplet. Nice to have this on the desktop included in a new tool!


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 flickering ?

 
 by screemo on: Oct 1 2005
 
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Hi Your applet is absolutely great !

I was wondering my other applet "style clock" flickers from time to time (it hasnt done so before installing your monitor).

Any ideas?


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