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Free Disk Space Applet

   0.15  

KDE Logging/Monitoring

Score 76%
Free Disk Space Applet
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Free Disk Space Applet
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Free Disk Space Applet
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.4.x
Downloads:  4228
Submitted:  Apr 24 2005
Updated:  May 20 2005

Description:

Is an applet for the KDE Kicker to show how much free disk space is available on your mounted partitions.




Changelog:

0.15 - Rename disk drives to partitions. Icons for preference panel. Hungarian translation. Option to show/hide partition name/ mount point. Debian packages (Ubuntu users can do fakeroot debian/rules binary to generate a package). Fixed dependancy on libkio.
0.14 - Usage indicator. Dutch/German translation (other translations are welcome). Removal of QSimpleRichText to render text (reduces memory usage).
0.13-pre1 - Small layout fixes. Compatibility with KDE < 3.4. (Could someone please test this?)
0.12 - Make the display more compact when Kicker's size allows it.
0.11 - Saving configuration for multiple instances, crash fix in KDirLister, clicking on the slider now changes the Refresh Interval.
0.10 - Ability to select which drives to display
0.9 - Initial Release.




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 Missing download

 
 by forlorn on: Jan 28 2006
 
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Yes, a working source download would be great. Actually this nice thing is what I am looking for quite a while.


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 update ?

 
 by SirYaro on: Mar 5 2006
 
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any update would be nice....


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 kde 3.5

 
 by SirYaro on: Mar 5 2006
 
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Does anybody know how to run this applet in KDE 3.5 ?


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 Re: kde 3.5

 
 by hannibal331 on: Mar 5 2006
 
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The applet works fine on my KDE 3.5. What doesn't work?


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 Re: Re: kde 3.5

 
 by SirYaro on: Apr 16 2006
 
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sorry, I didn't know that you answer me...

Basically after I add applet it just not appear on panel. But it's menu is available. Please look at this picture:
http://yaro.gdi.pl/tmp/tmp001.jpg
I'm using Ubuntu 5.10


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 Icon with tooltip

 
 by arti on: Mar 19 2006
 
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Hello,

I like the way the applet presents the disk usage but in my opinion it takes too much space in the kpanel. Wouldn't it be possible to show just an hdd icon with a tooltip/mouseover effect that displays the disk usage when moving the mouse over the hdd icon?

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arti


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 Re: Icon with toolti

 
 by dtmonterrey on: Nov 17 2006
 
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Me too would like something like this. Take a look at this applet http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=16264

With just a icon on the panel one can see much more info in a small place.


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 Cannot find applet

 
 by bednar on: Apr 12 2006
 
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Hi, I did configure, make, make install with no problems, but now I cannot find the applet in applets list? Where it is?


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 Re:

 
 by SirYaro on: Jul 30 2006
 
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try:
./configure --prefix=/usr
then
make
make install


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 LVM

 
 by sten on: Jul 28 2006
 
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Hi,
nice and useful applet, I really like it.


I’d love to find that it does support LVM drives, or at least it should allow user to add a drive manually. I use LVM because of one LUKS for multiple volumes and am confused that there is no way to find free space of these volumes in KDE.


And it would be nice if I can set the limits for each drive (I have two drives I like to monitor, but one has 64 MiB large and the other, currently unsuppoted because in LVM, has 58 GiB), and if the ‘progress bar’ can be hidden, because it takes too much place on bottom bar.


But on side bar it looks really nice.


P.S. If you need co-programmer, just ask :).


You don’t understand, I break things like this!
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