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InfoPanel

   0.10.1  

Screenlet

Score 77%
InfoPanel
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Homepage:  Link
Downloads:  71226
Submitted:  Feb 26 2009
Updated:  Apr 14 2011

Description:

Support has ended.

This screenlet can display many information. Some of them are listed below:

- date, time, phase of moon
- holiday first names
- weather of the three places
- course
- stock
- CPU load, multi CPU/core load
- CPU frequency
- GPU information and temp (nVidia)
- memory and swap load
- local and external IP
- network usage
- network statistic
- RSS
- disks usage
- list of more CPU consuming processes
- Wi-Fi signal quality
- Battery capacity
- uptime, logintime
- system information: kernel, host name, distrib
- you can click on disk-usage or rss

Repository

I created a repository on GitHub. You can clone it, edit it and send pull request. (I do not maintain it anymore.)

https://github.com/horejsek/InfoPanel-Screenlet




Changelog:

14.4.2011
- Created repository on GitHub: https://github.com/horejsek/InfoPanel-Screenlet

v0.10.1 / 18.4.2010
- Add 24 and 12 time format

v0.10 / 15.3.2010
- Add Trash
- Add option to set update interval
- Fix font size
- Fix nVidia sensor

v0.9.4 / 19.10.2009
- Fixed sensors Upload/Download
- Added .holiday file: Italy
- Show AMD or Intel icon by your CPU

v0.9.3 / 12.9.2009
- Fixed scale
- Sensors, spaces and positions in options split to more tabs
- Fixed clickable disk

v0.9.2 / 31.8.2009
- Added spaces

30.8.2009
- Fixed a link

v0.9.1 / 29.8.2009
- Fixed nVidia sensor

v0.9 / 28.8.2009
- New verion of SysMonitor PLUS
- 3x less load CPU
- Fixed a lot of bugs
- Added sensors:
- CPU frequency
- GPU information
- GPU temp
- Phase of moon




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 weather codes?

 
 by Marquis-Vincent on: May 16 2009
 
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great work! fine, this is what i search last weeks.

where i can get weather-zip-codes for my city (Koblenz,germany) ?


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 Re: weather codes?

 
 by pxjava on: May 16 2009
 
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go to www.weather.com, find 'Koblenz, Germany' and now you see the zip-code in adress:
http://www.weather.com/outlook/travel/businesstraveler/local/GMXX0066?lswe=Koblenz,germany&from=searchbox_localwx


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 Re: Re: weather codes?

 
 by Marquis-Vincent on: May 16 2009
 
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ok found it, yes. thank you.


I'm really excited about your screenlet! it shows a lot of information together so that I still have not found.


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 Can't see anything :(

 
 by Scoubidou on: May 18 2009
 
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Hi,

I'm Using Ubuntu 9.04 x64 and I can't see SysMonitorPlus in the screenlets manager. When I start it manually I get this :

mats@sling:~/.screenlets/SysMonitorPlus$ ./SysMonitorPlusScreenlet.py
CachingBackend: Loading instances from cache
CachingBackend: Loading <SysMonitorPlus2>
CachingBackend: Loading <SysMonitorPlus1>
CachingBackend: Loading <SysMonitorPlus3>
CachingBackend: Loading <SysMonitorPlus4>
Found a running session of SysMonitorPlus, adding new instance by service.
Error in screenlets.services.get_service_by_name: org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.ServiceUnknown: The name org.screenlets.SysMonitorPlus was not provided by any .service files
Screenlet has already been added to /tmp/screenlets/screenlets.mats.running
Loading instances in: /home/mats/.config/Screenlets/SysMonitorPlus/default/
File: SysMonitorPlus2.ini
/home/mats/.config/Screenlets/SysMon/default/SysMonitorPlus2
LOAD NEW THEME: default
FOUND: /home/mats/.screenlets/SysMonitorPlus/themes/default
theme.conf found! Loading option-overrides.
theme.conf loaded:
Name: default
Author: Michal Horejsek
Version: 1.0
Info: Default theme
/usr/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/screenlets/drawing.py:461: DeprecationWarning: integer argument expected, got float
pixbuf = gtk.gdk.pixbuf_new_from_file(pix).scale_simple(w,h,gtk.gdk.INTERP_HYPER)
Set options in SysMonitor PLUS
LOAD NEW THEME: default
FOUND: /home/mats/.screenlets/SysMonitorPlus/themes/default
theme.conf found! Loading option-overrides.
theme.conf loaded:
Name: default
Author: Michal Horejsek
Version: 1.0
Info: Default theme
SysMonitorPlus: i just got started
File: SysMonitorPlus1.ini
/home/mats/.config/Screenlets/SysMon/default/SysMonitorPlus1
LOAD NEW THEME: default
FOUND: /home/mats/.screenlets/SysMonitorPlus/themes/default
theme.conf found! Loading option-overrides.
theme.conf loaded:
Name: default
Author: Michal Horejsek
Version: 1.0
Info: Default theme
Set options in SysMonitor PLUS
LOAD NEW THEME: default
FOUND: /home/mats/.screenlets/SysMonitorPlus/themes/default
theme.conf found! Loading option-overrides.
theme.conf loaded:
Name: default
Author: Michal Horejsek
Version: 1.0
Info: Default theme
Exception RuntimeError: 'maximum recursion depth exceeded while calling a Python object' in <type 'exceptions.RuntimeError'> ignored

After a few minutes I see this :

Exception RuntimeError: 'maximum recursion depth exceeded while calling a Python object' in <type 'exceptions.RuntimeError'> ignored
CTraceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/screenlets/__init__.py", line 1939, in map_event
self.on_map()
File "./SysMonitorPlusScreenlet.py", line 1197, in on_map
self.update()
File "./SysMonitorPlusScreenlet.py", line 674, in update
self.get_variables()
File "./SysMonitorPlusScreenlet.py", line 1039, in get_variables
self.get_weather(i)
File "./SysMonitorPlusScreenlet.py", line 769, in get_weather
data = urllib.urlopen('http://xoap.weather.com/weather/local/'+zip+'?cc=*&dayf=10&prod=xoap&par=1003666583&key=4128909340a9b2fc&unit='+weather_unit+'&link=xoap').read()
File "/usr/lib/python2.6/urllib.py", line 87, in urlopen
return opener.open(url)
File "/usr/lib/python2.6/urllib.py", line 203, in open
return getattr(self, name)(url)
File "/usr/lib/python2.6/urllib.py", line 342, in open_http
h.endheaders()
File "/usr/lib/python2.6/httplib.py", line 868, in endheaders
self._send_output()
File "/usr/lib/python2.6/httplib.py", line 740, in _send_output
self.send(msg)
File "/usr/lib/python2.6/httplib.py", line 699, in send
self.connect()
File "/usr/lib/python2.6/httplib.py", line 683, in connect
self.timeout)
File "/usr/lib/python2.6/socket.py", line 505, in create_connection
sock.connect(sa)
File "<string>", line 1, in connect
KeyboardInterrupt



I know it's started because there's a big invisible rectangle on the left. If I move windows there they disapear. Like if they go under another window that is not there.

Any idea ?


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 Re: Can't see anything :(

 
 by pxjava on: May 18 2009
 
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i don't know, how to solve this problem..
try to manually turn off this sensors: weather, course, stock, ip_external and rss in source file (line 291-318):
line 295: show_weather = True > show_weather = False
line 296: show_course = True > show_course = False
..
and now you try turn on screenlet again, now when the screenlet goes, so error will be in connected to the Internet through screenlet


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 I love this.

 
 by boballen55 on: May 20 2009
 
Score 50%

This screenlet is amazing. I have had a little trouble with the RSS not displaying the text for a particular feed. Doesn't really make sense, but I decided I didn't want that feature anyway.

The question I have is why does this screenlet use so much CPU? With everything normally running turned on I run close to 10% CPU once I start this screenlet it jumps to >70% to 95%. What I'm going to call the "standard" system monitor (the one that came with my screenlet program download) has a hardly noticeable jump. Is there anything I can do to lower its demand?

Thanks, and again this thing is awesome.


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 Re: I love this.

 
 by fipi3 on: May 24 2009
 
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I noticed the CPU thing as well. One thing that helped reduce it for me is to go to the SysMonitor Plus properties > options tab > appearance tab > uncheck "background transparency". Now it uses just a little more CPU than the regular SysMonitor, but it doesn't matter because this is way better. :D
Thanks for this awesome screenlet, pxjava!


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 Re: Re: I love this.

 
 by boballen55 on: May 25 2009
 
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The transparency tip did help a little bit, but the normal system monitor still incurs far less CPU use. I'm now running around 65% instead of >75%, but again if I turn it off I run near 10% CPU. Anyone have any more tips?


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 Re: Re: I love this.

 
 by boballen55 on: May 25 2009
 
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The transparency tip did help a little bit, but the normal system monitor still incurs far less CPU use. I'm now running around 65% instead of >75%, but again if I turn it off I run near 10% CPU. Anyone have any more tips?


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 Re: I love this.

 
 by pxjava on: May 28 2009
 
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I will write a new SysMinitor Plus v1.0 soon (unfortunately, I do not have time now). v1.0 does not use much CPU. I hope :-)


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 Doesn`t keep custom settings!

 
 by hananias on: May 28 2009
 
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every time I log in, restart, or even unlock my screen from the screensaver...the settings goes back to default. I`m tired of having to write and check/uncheck many settings over and over. Please any help! I really like the update from the last sysmonitor. But because of this on going problem, I was forced to use the original sysmonitor :( No weather applet!


Ubuntu 9.04 32bit w/h compiz on Nvidia GeForce 9500GT, Core Duo E5200 oc @ 3.27GHz, 4g ram, 500 HD (200gb iPCOSX86, 100GB Windows 7, 200gb Ubuntu)
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 Re: Doesn`t keep custom settings!

 
 by pxjava on: May 28 2009
 
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Quote:
This is a known bug of all screenlets.

Solution: You must configure the settings on this screenlet and then you have to click on "Re-Start All" in Screenlets Manager. And now is your settings saved.


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 Re: Re: Doesn`t keep custom settings!

 
 by hananias on: May 29 2009
 
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Wow! That was quick!! THanks! That really did it! Now I can limit how many screenlets are on the screen.

That gives me an idea for this project. If you could implement the clear calendar as an option. Because I use that calendar in the empty space with the dark theme ( really just white text, no background) so it fits perfect. So if it`s part of this applet, people would only need ONE applet to get all their basic info on their desktop! ;)


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 Re: Re: Doesn`t keep custom settings!

 
 by bobey on: Jun 5 2009
 
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Hello regarding the not keeping custom settings. I am on Ubuntu 9.4 64bit and it seems as though I cannot have the process sensor and expand height options both deselected. If I try it, click restart applets it then simply changes back to default options. Any clue on a workaround. I really don't want the process sensor and I don't want it expanded either.


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 123

 
 by kefirnet on: Jun 13 2009
 
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Can you add temperature monitor to Sysmonitor?


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 Treat as sidebar

 
 by pdemitrio on: Jul 3 2009
 
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Hi! Love your screenlet. Any way to treat it as sidebar, and select something like "alignment right reserved"? This is to reserve that section of the screen, and when you maximize the window you don't step over it.

Thanks!!!


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