Minimon

Karamba & Superkaramba

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This is a rewrite of TMon I made because I wanted something a bit more discrete to monitor my system.
I have changed the font to Cure from the Artwiz fonts package (install guide: http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/history/61294) and made the icons transparent. I have also removed the background, the graphs and bars, and the uptime monitor (commented out below).

You will surely want to modify this theme for your own computer, especially things like the font and the font colour (white by default).
Also, since I have only one fan in my case (the CPU fan), there is only one fan sensor (a permanent zero looks stupid)

Hope you like it...

Credits for the icons go to Timo (Chip2003) who made TMon...

chip2003

16 years ago

Interesting remake, looks nice and more 'efficient' now :-)

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yossi56

16 years ago

i instal=l lm_sensors-2.8.0-1mdk.src.rpm
and-
kernel-smp-2.4.18-6.i686.rpm(i2c)
....
what do now?
what config in the theme?



10x again :)

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Cosine

16 years ago

I don't know on Mandrake (I use Gentoo), but I ran sensors-detect (from the lm_sensors package) which configured just about everything for me. I had to answer some questions, and add the service lm_sensors to the default runtime (don't ask me how to do this as it is done differently on every distro :-).

When everything is loaded correctly, you should see some entries in /proc/sys/dev/sensors with all the information.


- Simon

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yossi56

16 years ago

loking good :)
i use this,but how i can see my cpu temp'?

10x :P

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Cosine

16 years ago

You have to have the lm_sensors package installed (unless your chip is supported by the built-in i2c sensor support in your kernel) and the appropriate module loaded (there is a utility included in lm_sensors to determine which module fits your motherboard). You might also need to switch between the sensors. On my motherboard, the temp1 sensor is the CPU temperature, but yours might be different.

- Simon

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