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Manometer CPU, memory, Temperature, net



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Manometer CPU, memory, Temperature, net

Manometer CPU, memory, Temperature, net

Manometer CPU, memory, Temperature, net

Link:  http://
Downloads:  30482
Submitted:  Dec 2 2007
Updated:  Jan 22 2008


Manometer screenlet, is a CPU-meter, memory-meter, network-meter and system temperature control with the look and feel of an old manometer (and now modern one too).

The screenlet display CPU, memory, network usage or temperature, depending of the configuration you set. If you want to display CPU, memory, network and temperature, just launch several sessions of the screenlet, and configure each one.
Since temperature timer is set to 10 seconds, when you switch from a temperature sensor to another system information, it may takes a few seconds to update the screenlet.

When selecting what information you want to display, you can choose between all your available temperature sensors, CPU or network cards.

None of the screenlets I tested with temperature support worked for my system (Ubuntu 7.10). I hope this version will work with most of the systems. Please, keep me in touch both if it works or doesn't work.


- fixed a bug with temperature report on some systems

- Bug with display of °C and label, when custom label was set, fixed

- problem with label display fixed
- problem with "%" and "°C" display fixed

- Support for network speed

- Now it's possible to select the font and color for the label, and set the vertical position.

- Support for temperature sensors improved to work with more systems
- Themes Speedometer Green and Speedometer Red improved.

- new monochrome transparent themes in black and white
- support for multi-CPU systems (I hope it works, since I've no multi CPU system to test)
- support for swap usage report

- new speedometer themes
- Temperature system improved to work on more systems

-"°C" is displayed again for temperatures
- New themes

- Background now fits with the size of the screenlet
- It's possible to set your own label. The font is really not nice, but it can be useful

- CPU refresh system improved
- Support for system temperatures for computers with sensors command line program (need lm_sensors)

- Modified the design of manometer
- cpumeter has smoother movements

V0.1: first release

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 by tmafcerqueira2 on: Oct 2 2008
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I can't seem to find the option to show the temperatures... I don't know if it just shows the CPU temperature. If that's the case, it's understandable, because my motherboard doesn't display it. It does display, however, the hdd temperature, and that's what I want the widget to show... How do I do it? (I have the sensors installed, obviously xD)

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 Re: Temperature

 by igofovi on: Nov 1 2008
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I have the same problem

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 Re: Temperature

 by walloo13 on: Jan 8 2009
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You need to install and configure lmsensors to have temperatures.

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 by romerotek on: Nov 24 2008
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Lavenir Solutions

first of all this one is realy a good one... it worked perfctly in ubuntu hardy.. but ofcos temperature ddnt worked.. now after installin ubuntu 8.10 the Ram n swap manometers are not working..
when i selects the Ram from the menu the screenlet just vanishes...

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 That screenlet bug

 by Renesis-3 on: Mar 6 2009
Score 50%

Hi, it's a good screenlet, but there is a bug. At each reboot, the screenlet is always above, and don't stay below.

Somebody have the solution ? Because it's really boring to have at configure this at each reboot.

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 memory not working

 by mpiermar on: May 20 2009
Score 50% kernel (Fedora 11)
maybe because some rows in /proc/meminfo only have 2 values (see below).

ValueError: need more than 2 values to unpack
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/screenlets/__init__.py", line 1825, in expose
File "/home/matt/.screenlets/Manometer/ManometerScreenlet.py", line 152, in on_draw
load = self.get_usedmem()
File "/home/matt/.screenlets/Manometer/ManometerScreenlet.py", line 380, in get_usedmem
(key,value,junk) = x.split(None, 2)

MemTotal: 3348764 kB
MemFree: 2301912 kB
Buffers: 26120 kB
Cached: 329208 kB
SwapCached: 0 kB
Active: 633892 kB
Inactive: 236532 kB
Active(anon): 523888 kB
Inactive(anon): 4 kB
Active(file): 110004 kB
Inactive(file): 236528 kB
Unevictable: 12 kB
Mlocked: 12 kB
HighTotal: 2489928 kB
HighFree: 1627152 kB
LowTotal: 858836 kB
LowFree: 674760 kB
SwapTotal: 4996132 kB
SwapFree: 4996132 kB
Dirty: 132 kB
Writeback: 0 kB
AnonPages: 515104 kB
Mapped: 88588 kB
Slab: 24168 kB
SReclaimable: 13788 kB
SUnreclaim: 10380 kB
PageTables: 10428 kB
NFS_Unstable: 0 kB
Bounce: 0 kB
WritebackTmp: 0 kB
CommitLimit: 6670512 kB
Committed_AS: 1209448 kB
VmallocTotal: 122880 kB
VmallocUsed: 17864 kB
VmallocChunk: 102388 kB
HugePages_Total: 0
HugePages_Free: 0
HugePages_Rsvd: 0
HugePages_Surp: 0
Hugepagesize: 2048 kB
DirectMap4k: 135160 kB
DirectMap2M: 774144 kB

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 Re: memory not working

 by avonidas on: May 15 2010
Score 50%


I managed to fix the Memory/swap meter by patching the python script. (I just copy/pasted from another screenlet, I don't know the first thing about python programming ;-) )


1) Open ManometerScreenlet.py - e.g. with gedit.

2) Search for "def get_usedmem(self):" and replace the function with the following code:


def get_usedmem(self):
"""Get used memory"""
meminfo = commands.getoutput('cat /proc/meminfo').splitlines()

mem = {}
for line in meminfo:
if line.startswith('MemTotal'):
mem['total'] = line.split()[1]
elif line.startswith('Cached'):
mem['cached'] = line.split()[1]
elif line.startswith('Buffers'):
mem['buffers'] = line.split()[1]
elif line.startswith('MemFree'):
mem['free'] = line.split()[1]

return int((100*(int(mem['total'])-int(mem['cached']) - int(mem['buffers']) - int(mem['free'])))/int(mem['total']))

3) Search for "def get_usedswap(self):" and replace the function with the following code:


def get_usedswap(self):
"""Get used swap memory"""
meminfo = commands.getoutput('cat /proc/meminfo').splitlines()

mem = {}
for line in meminfo:
if line.startswith('SwapTotal'):
mem['SwapTotal'] = line.split()[1]
elif line.startswith('SwapCached'):
mem['SwapCached'] = line.split()[1]
elif line.startswith('SwapFree'):
mem['SwapFree'] = line.split()[1]

return int((100*(int(mem['SwapTotal'])-int(mem['SwapCached']) - int(mem['SwapFree'])))/int(mem['SwapTotal']))

4)Restart manometer screenlet.

Hopefully, the mem & swap meters will display properly this time.

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 Re: Re: memory not working

 by tzizimine on: May 31 2010
Score 50%

Can you please post the .py file you edited? I am having no luck replicating your fix on my Ubuntu 10.04 machine.

Thank you


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 by dspencer82 on: Jul 2 2009
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Welder/Draft sman-Enginee r/WebMaster

can you make it read in Fahrenheit

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 Dual Core

 by Tardigrade31 on: Jan 9 2011
Score 50%

Nice screenlet, but I had a problem with a dual core on Ubuntu Karmic.
The sensors are coming as "Core 0" and "Core 1" with a space between the Core and its number.
As a result, the Manometers reports Temperature to be 0 and 1.

I modified the line 414 in the 0.13 version.
sensor = sensorName[13:].lstrip().split(':')[0]

instead of
sensor = sensorName[13:].lstrip().split(' ')[0]

If that can help.

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