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Ring Sensors

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Submitted:  Apr 1 2008
Updated:  Apr 1 2008

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by Helder Fraga aka Whise based on ClockRing by Paul Ashton




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 nvidia GPU core Sensor

 
 by zekonology on: Sep 18 2008
 
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I found out that the nvidia GPU core sensor name always changes depending on its current temperature e.g nvidia GPU core: 75C . The problem arise when user restarted the pc and RingSensor setting RingSensor.ini couldn't find the right sensor which the name had changed (because temperature changed). Do you have any fix for this?

- Ubuntu Hardy Heron LTS 64-bit
- nvidia 8400M GS
- RingSensors v0.3

Thanks...


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 Re: nvidia GPU core Sensor

 
 by doctormo on: Jan 24 2009
 
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It's fixable, you need to fix the screenlets.sensors python library.

The version 0.3 I'm using, I was able to remove the temperature by modifying line 871, in the sensors_get_sensors_list method, where it's doing output.append.

There are a whole bunch of problems with that code, it should be rewritten with a structured set of classes in mind, instead of the higgled, mangle of functions it currently is.


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 Re: Re: nvidia GPU core Sensor

 
 by kenshir on: Feb 3 2009
 
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In the meanwhile, I solved a similar problem I had on my ubuntu box, manually adding this line:

sensor=acpi temperature THRM

at the end of my Ringsensors.ini file.
Hope this can be useful to someone else.


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 WiFi?

 
 by Kissman on: Jan 6 2009
 
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Hi, how can I enable WiFi screenlet? I have only this sensors for choice... http://img223.imageshack.us/img223/3537/snmekobrazovkyringsensoty8.png


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 No option for Temperature

 
 by shadeslayer09 on: Apr 30 2009
 
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Hi,in the drop down list i see no option for my temperature sensors,i have a nvidia 8600M GT

Ubuntu x64 9.04


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 CPU Sensors

 
 by SubOne on: Jan 13 2011
 
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It appears that the percentage of load on any of the CPU meters is affected by the update interval. In my opinion this should not be the case. The percentage of load should not be affected by the update interval, only be updated more frequently. If I set the update interval to 3 or more seconds, the meter stays mostly at 100%. Whereas, when I set the interval to 0.1 seconds, the load is shown as 0-10%. Setting the interval to 1 second appears to show a more correct percentage of load (around 40-50% with some CPU intensive things running for testing).

After digging a bit deeper I found the following line in the API source code:

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#load = int(load / .update_interval)


I'm sure there's a good reason why this was disabled here, and I think perhaps it was not updated in the RingSensorsScreenlet.py merely by accident. I changed the following line in RingSensorsScreenlet.py and it appears to be working correctly, at any update interval.

Quote:
self.load = int((self.new_cpu - self.old_cpu) / self.update_interval)


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