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Kima - kicker monitoring applet

   0.7.4  

KDE Improvement

Score 82%
Kima - kicker monitoring applet
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Kima - kicker monitoring applet
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Kima - kicker monitoring applet
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.x
Downloads:  59308
Submitted:  Jan 3 2006
Updated:  Aug 20 2007

Description:

This applet monitors various temperature, frequency and fan sources in your kicker panel.
Make sure you have enabled a supported kernel module.

Homepage:
http://kima.sourceforge.net

Features:
supported thermal sources:
- the Linux ACPI Thermal Zone driver. The corresponding kernel module is called thermal.
- the thermal sources of the Linux ACPI driver for the IBM ThinkPad laptops. The corresponding kernel module is called ibm-acpi.
- the IBM Hard Drive Active Protection System (HDAPS) driver. The corresponding kernel module is called hdaps.
- the Omnibook Configuration Tools & Patches. The corresponding kernel module is called omnibook.
- the iBook G4 CPU and GPU thermal zones. It may work on other Apple machines as well (please let me know).
- the thermal sensors available through hwmon (I2C, lm_sensors, ...).
- the CPU thermal sensor of the i8k kernel driver for Dell Inspiron and Latitude notebooks.
- the GPU thermal sensors of nvidia-settings (provided by the nVidia GPU card driver tools)
- the termal sensors provided by hddtemp daemon (make sure hddtemp runs on 127.0.0.1 port 7634 before kima starts)

supported frequency sources:
- the Linux kernel /proc/cpuinfo interface
- the Linux kernel cpufreq subsystem

supported fan sources:
- the fan sensors available through hwmon (I2C, lm_sensors, ...).
- the fan sources of the Linux ACPI driver for the IBM ThinkPad laptops. The corresponding kernel module is called ibm-acpi.
- the fan sources of the i8k kernel driver for Dell Inspiron and Latitude notebooks.

misc sources:
- CPU usage source
- uptime source that displays the current system uptime
- battery source that displays the current state of charge of your batteries

misc:
- cpufreqd control module to switch cpufreqd profiles via cpufreqd remote interface

installation:
grab a appropriate package for your distribution or the sources below.

using the source:
run configure
./configure --prefix=$(kde-config --prefix)

build the sources
make

install the applet (with appropriate rights)
su -c 'make install'

finally add the applet to your KDE panel (RMB on kicker).




Changelog:

Kima 0.7.4:
- CPU usage source added
- russian translation added

Kima 0.7.3.2:
- thread wakeups minimized which should lead to a better powertop result
- crash fix: prevent i18n calls from within threads (it seems i18n isn't thread safe)

Kima 0.7.3.1:
- the 0.7.3 tag was inconsistent to the released tar.gz so we decided to release 0.7.3.1
- improvements regarding the dbus error handling
- XNVCtrl support fixed
- small autoconf/automake script improvements

Kima 0.7.3:
- more robust battery source in case of libhal/dbus errors
- since Kima 0.7.2 was already tagged we jump to 0.7.3 the changeog lists the never released 0.7.2 though

Kima 0.7.2:
- battery source added that displays the current state of charge of your batteries through libhal
- nvidia thermal source: optional configure switch added to query libXNVCtrl.a instead of nvidia-settings
- updated admin directory that supports automake 1.10
- swedish, turkish and indonesian translation added (thanks to Oskar Ellström, Uğur Çetin and Donnie S Bhayangkara)
- translation fixes
- processes started by kicker does not exit correctly because of kimas' use of QProcess. KProcess fixes the problem

Kima 0.7.1:
- uptime source added
- initial source scanning parallelized
- spanish translation added
- hungary translation added
- german translation fixes
- hddtemp source bugfix, in case reading from network failed
- preferences bugfix, an enabled source was not displayed on kicker
- cursor fixed if one drags a source and clicks right mouse button
- encoding of the degree sign is now UTF8

Kima 0.7:
- support for moving the sources via drag and drop added
- support for hddtemp daemon added (http://www.guzu.net/linux/hddtemp.php)
- german translation added
- repainting of the sources improved

visit http://kima.sourceforge.net/#changelog for reading the full changelog




LicenseGPL
Source(kima-0.7.4.tar.gz)
Ubuntu((K)Ubuntu debs)
Debian(Debian Etch, Kima 0.7.4, thx Michel)
Debian(Debian Sid, Kima 0.7.3.2 thx Manfred)
SUSE(SUSE rpms, thx Donnie)
SUSE(SUSE rpms, thx Raoul)
Mandriva(Mandriva rpms, thx Gonzalo)
Slackware(Slackware 11 kima-0.7.1.tgz, thx John)
Fedora(kima-0.7.3.2-0.src.rpm, thx Vadim)
other(Pardus, kima-0.7.3.1-8-3.pisi, thx UÄur)
Gentoo(Kima ebuild is in portage, thx Diego)
other(Bluewhite64 0.7.4-x86_64, thx arny)
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 transparent/hide

 
 by bfkeats on: Mar 22 2007
 
Score 50%

When the panel is set to auto-hide, transparency doesn't seem to work under the text.

Small suggestion, it might be nice to display the current performance profile or an abreviation. Thanks, great software.


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 Re: transparent/hide

 
 by kenws on: Mar 25 2007
 
Score 50%

Hello,
Transparency: Since the transparency on kde3 is not native there might be issues. I just tested it on my system (KDE 3.5.6) and it worked.
Showing performance profile: Adding a source that displays the current profile would be easy. I'll keep that in mind.
Regards
Ken


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 Question 2º VGA

 
 by drlabel on: Apr 12 2007
 
Score 50%

Is it possible to see the temp of my second VGA, i'm using 2 geforce 6600gt and only can see GPU 0 temp but in Nvidia X Server Settings i can see GPU 0 and GPU 1 Temp's

Regards
DrLabel


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 Re: Question 2º VGA

 
 by kenws on: Apr 12 2007
 
Score 50%

Hello,
we would like to support the sensors of multiple nvidia boards. Since we don't have the appropriate hardware we are looking for people who are willing to provide the necessary infos and test beta releases. You are welcome to contact me via Jabber.
Regards
Ken


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 Spelling Error!!!

 
 by Kwilliam on: Apr 22 2007
 
Score 50%

<b>You misspelled "right Fan". My version is displaying "rigth Fan".</b>

I like this applet, but I wish I had more control over its display. (And not just to correct spelling :-) For instance, it would be cool if I could change "THM: 44 C" to "Temp: 44C" etc. Also, it would be neat if the font for the value was controlled separately from the font for the whole line. (E.g., have "CPU:" non-bold but the temperature that follows in bold.) One of the reasons I like KDE apps is that they usually allow an enormous ammount of custimization.

But it's good enough for me for now. :-)


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 Re: Spelling Error!!!

 
 by Kwilliam on: Apr 22 2007
 
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Drats! nvr mind. I see it already has the ability to change the name, lol.


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 Re: Re: Spelling Err

 
 by kenws on: Apr 28 2007
 
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Thanks for reporting that. The typo is fixed in the svn repository. Next release will include the fix.
Regards
Ken


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 SuSE 10.2 V0.7.1

 
 by linux3114a on: Apr 23 2007
 
Score 50%

kima-0.7.1-1.lotus.i586.rpm
at
http://home.scarlet.be/raoul.linux/lotus.html


Raoul
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 Memory consumption

 
 by whiteraven on: May 16 2007
 
Score 50%

I placed Kima on my panel and now kicker consumes about 200kB of memory every second so after 30 minutes of running Kicker with Kima uses almost 400MB of RAM.
I dropped Kima from panel, no effect. After killing kicker and starting it again - the consumption continued.
Then I restarted my computer and after that kicker (without Kima) is OK.
So I waited for few hours and I tryed to run Kima again and moments after that - the memory consumption started again and again - stopped after restart of X with Kicker without Kima.
Where could be the problem?
I have Gentoo with KDE 3.5.6 and Kima 0.7.1


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 Re: Memory consumpti

 
 by kenws on: May 17 2007
 
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Hello Robert,
thanks for reporting the glitch. Which sources/sensors do you have? We found a bug in the nVidia source that might lead to a memory leak. In the SVN trunk we already fixed that. Feel free to contact me via Jabber: ken@elliptique.net.
Regards
Ken


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 Re: Re: Memory consumpti

 
 by whiteraven on: May 22 2007
 
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So, I'm sorry for this false alarm. It is definetly not Kima's problem and it seems to be caused by something in Kicker's applet management.


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 SuSE 10.2 V0.7.3.1

 
 by linux3114a on: Jun 10 2007
 
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kima-0.7.3.1-1.lotus.i586.rpm
at
http://home.scarlet.be/raoul.linux/lotus.html


Raoul
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