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Ring Sensors

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Ring Sensors
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Submitted:  Apr 1 2008
Updated:  Apr 1 2008

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Ring Sensors

by Helder Fraga aka Whise based on ClockRing by Paul Ashton




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 Yay!

 
 by ashy on: Apr 1 2008
 
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Looks good :)


My screenlets and other crap
http://ashysoft.wordpress.com/

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 Re: Yay!

 
 by Whise on: Apr 1 2008
 
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:)


Check out my Screenlets here

http://gnome-look.org/usermanager/search.php?username=Whise&action=contents

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 Great

 
 by Eggbanjo on: Apr 7 2008
 
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Loving these just what i was after.

How can i add other sensors, would love a full set of these

network
clock


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 Wireless option Q

 
 by NEUR0M4NCER on: May 10 2008
 
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Absolutely love these sensors, as-well as the ClockRing, looks beautiful.

When I set a ring to wlan0 it doesn't give any signal details, just stuck at 100% (which unfortunately isn't true...) - is there something I can edit in the RingSensors5.ini to get signal details?

Thanks again for these awesome Screenlets.


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 Re: Wireless option Q

 
 by NEUR0M4NCER on: May 10 2008
 
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... okay, stupid me. I simply restarted all the screenlets and it was working just fine.

... as i'm already posting though - is there any way you could put the date in the middle of the ClockRing in kinda the same format as the SensorRings?

Thanks


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 wifi ring

 
 by Andycas on: May 12 2008
 
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I cant get the wifi ring to work, constantly shows 100%. Tried other sensors, they worked fine. When i do iwconfig my signal is about 60/100...
Restarting screenlet didnt help either.
my wireless conf: http://pastebin.com/m1ff2dcf


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 problem

 
 by X3n0n on: Jun 3 2008
 
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Those screenlets are really great! But I have A problem with the CPU temperature. Here is the link of a screenshot to realise what the problem is.

http://img218.imageshack.us/img218/9691/screenshotkr1.png

And here is the output of the sensors command:

CPU Temp: +42.5°C (high = +80.0°C, hyst = +75.0°C) sensor = thermistor


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 3 CPUs?

 
 by macdelaney on: Aug 21 2008
 
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I don't understand why there are 3 CPU (CPU0/1/2) all of which show some load when my CPU only has 2 cores, is there something I'm missing here????


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 Re: 3 CPUs?

 
 by X3n0n on: Aug 30 2008
 
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CPU0 shows the average usage, CPU1 the usage of the first core and the CPU2 the usage of the second core.

Any ideas about my problem I wrote above?


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 Re: Re: 3 CPUs?

 
 by cyrus24 on: Nov 28 2008
 
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Are you sure? If I show enable all three sensors it doesn't seem that 0 is the average of 1 and 2...


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