Oxygen System Monitor (modified)

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System Monitor using KDE 4.2.2
based on the one developed by kilah,
which can be found (along with installation instructions) here:
http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php/Oxygen+System+Monitor?content=86664



Last changelog:

9 years ago

Fixed a bug, which was causing on some systems (like Mandriva) the name of the distribution not to show properly. Thanks to Mirkenstein, who pointed it out.

djbess

8 years ago

This only displays 2 out of four cores?

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kot-begemot

8 years ago

The way it is written requires a separate section in the theme file for each core.

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vazoline

9 years ago

Top does not update on this theme on my opensuse 11.1 machine. Any idea why? Other than that, it's exactly what I was looking for.

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kot-begemot

9 years ago

Hi, I'd be glad to help you if I can, but I am not sure I understand what you mean. If you take a look at the file OxygenSystemMonitor.theme you'll see that there is no "top". To display the process table the following command is used:
ps axo comm,user,pcpu --sort=-pcpu | head -n 6

On the line containing this command and the font specification there is also interval=10000. My guess is that you might need to change that number.

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vazoline

9 years ago

I assumed this was coming from top. When I run the command you said, I get the same output that is displayed in the app. One more question...where is OxygenSystemMonitor.theme? I'd like to change the update interval and change the hdd temp to Fahrenheit if possible.

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kot-begemot

9 years ago

Hi again. To edit the theme you need to decompress the skz file. Right-click on
OxygenSystemMonitor.skz and select Open With Ark. (If you have a file manager opened you can just drag with the mouse the theme file from the list in Ark to the location you want to save it to.)

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kot-begemot

9 years ago

In order to change the temperature units you will need to run the hddtemp daemon with the option --units=F

So, it will look like this:
hddtemp -d --units=F

Then in the theme file you will need to change the line
text x=92 y=10 fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway" value="°C" align=right
to
text x=92 y=10 fontsize=11 font="Blue Highway" value="°F" align=right

Good luck :)

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Timslin

9 years ago

Why does this show up with a white background? Can't see anything but the images

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kot-begemot

9 years ago

Did you try selecting different themes in Appearance Settings?

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gnumdk

9 years ago

Please put this in Karamba section

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9 years ago

Fixed a bug, which was causing on some systems (like Mandriva) the name of the distribution not to show properly. Thanks to Mirkenstein, who pointed it out.

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