Thermometer
Karamba & Superkaramba
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v 2.0
Sensor selection(lm sensors/program/file)
Options for min and max temperature
Editable icon and label

v 2.0.1
skz package doesn't work on latest kubuntu, changed to tar.gz

v2.1
added 1 new background

grekpg

8 years ago

i see message make sure to cros infrastucture is isntaled - and see to doc - where is doc ?

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rocketpcguy

10 years ago

making it work with acpitool is the same as the example of nvclock (which didn't work for me, because nvclock gave 41C instead of 41):

acpitool | grep "zone 2" | awk '{print $6}'

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xelfium

10 years ago

Hi!
Where can I found config window??

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nu11

10 years ago

There is no one big 'options' dialog.
Right click on the applet -> configure applet

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jpb1764

10 years ago

>>>Right click on the applet -> configure applet

IT'S IMPOSSIBLE TO GO TO THIS ITEM (IT DOESN'T APPEAR!).......
ITEM UNAVAILABLE.....

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nu11

10 years ago

is python installed?

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axom

10 years ago

Hi! Python is installed here... Any suggestion?

Thanks :)

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nu11

10 years ago

try to run karamba in konsole and look for any error messages

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nu11

10 years ago

looks strange, but python script doesn't work from skz file. Unpacked version works fine.

Solution: unpack .skz file to any dir and open Thermometer.theme with karamba
(skz is just a zip archive)

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axom

10 years ago

Hi,
I'm sorry to bother you again but I've done what you suggested and it still doesn't work, no configure button...
Thanks ^_^

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axom

10 years ago

Hi!
I got the same problem as jpb1764... Button "configure applet" cannot be selected!
Maybe some troubles during installation?
I got the latest superkaramb through kubuntu7.04 repositories...

Hope someone can help me fix this out :-)

Thanks!

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nu11

10 years ago

i've made this applet in suse 10.1. On suse it works fine :)
I will try to test it with kubuntu 7.04 in a few days

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axom

10 years ago

Thanks! :)
The only way (as far as I know) to run an app from konsole on kubuntu is kdesu app; no errors given... Maybe you meant something else?
Thanks again for your help :)

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enwo

10 years ago

Hi, could you explain a little more in detail how I can change the used sensor ?
path and filename (that lm sensors/program/file didn't tell me much...) Oh and it is a great widget !

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nu11

10 years ago

lm sensors can monitor cpu, m/b temperatures, fan speeds, voltages etc. You can get it at lm-sensors.org
To use lm sensors with my widget:
1) open konsole and type 'sensors'
It shows available sensors and their values(for example 'CPU Temp' or 'M/B Temp')
2) copy sensor name to the dialog box

You can also use any program like hddtemp and nvclock. Just type command to the dialog. Some examples:
hddtemp -n /dev/hda
nvclock -T | grep ':' | awk '{print $4}'

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nu11

10 years ago

Version 2.0 released!

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gruszek

10 years ago

is it possible to make it work with digitemp?

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nu11

10 years ago

Yes, it will be possible in version 2

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grekpg

8 years ago

how to do it ? i have digitemp but it dont work

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