Automatik Nvidia
Conky
Score 76%
Description:

***Beta version for AutomatiK_nvidia_beta. Please give me your feedback***

AutomatiK scans your hardware and automatically adapts the conky theme : You don't have to open the conky file and change it to you system.
It detects :
- Your language (English, French, German, Portugese, Italian, Japanese, and more to come) and translates everything when needed
-Your distribution
- Your GPU (Nvidia)
- Your number of CPUS
- The speed of each CPU
- The correct temperature of the CPU (that's an issue for most conky theme)
- All your mounted drives (and relevant information)
- All your active network interfaces
The widgets can be moved around the desktop with a 'Alt'+click

Install conky-all and lm_sensors or lm-sensors when possible

*-*-* Please give me updates if something does not work well, improvements, suggestions, ... *-*-*
Automatik has been tested on many distro
Just download it, extract it, click on 'start' and it fits your system

Enjoy !

PLEASE VOTE IF YOU LIKE IT

Todo :
Work on btrfs subvolumes
Last changelog:

Changes 7 months ago

31-May-2017
- Added support for all nvidia cards. To be tested

30-May-2017
- Added Vu meters on the NVidia widget and bug fixes.

24-May-2017
- Added a graphic card for Nvidia GPU. It is a beta version : I need your feed-back. It works on my system.I might work on yours. Credits to Nooby4ever for his work. I took some of his code
- Added a logo for INTEL and AMD GPU.
- If you are interested in AMD GPU information, let me know.

06-May-2017 19h00
- Disk window fixes.


06-May-2017
- Bug fixes on CPU (thanks to Jay gindin for his fix)
- Disk window fixes. Thanks to users for their feedback.

24-April-2017
- Fixed a bug to find the correct temperature on Intel (tobe checked with peerwal)
- Added a fix proposed by Icortess (to start Automatik from home)
- Improved comments on Cpufile

11-April-2017
- Fixed bug found by peerwal on cpu graph.Thanks to him
- Changed a bit the tear-off calendar
TODO : monitor graphic card


21-March-2017
- Fixed bug to detect temperature on INTEL CPU. Thank you brother.
- Added Solus and Kali support

17-March-2017
- "Beautify" the Monthly-calendar

16-March-2017
You can choose between 3 different calendar types : (Check the screenshots)
* Mechanical
* Monthly
* Tear-off.

15-March
- Fixed bug for calendar for distro using python3 with accents (it was working OK with python 2.7)
- Added logo for Antergos, Makalulinux, Linux Lite and deepin
- Found a command to find the distro name across all distro (Fedora, Arch or Debian)

13-March-2017
-Now fully works under Suse and Mageia. It should also work under Fedora and Centos. Please let me know.
-Modified some German translations (thank you MeaCulpa)
-Fixed a bug for UK and US date detection : Calendar now works for them
-Reduced a bit the size of the flipping calendar

12-March-2017
-I added another conky with a flipping calendar (check the screenshot). The normal calendar and the flipping calendar are available.
-Bugfix on the extended characters

08-March-2017
-Added a new look for the date (created with Blender by the way)

06-March-2017
Calendar seems broken for some distro-> I repladed the calendar with the current date

05-March-2017
-Added VU meter for CPU, memories and drives (credits to Mr PEACHY for his awsome work)

03-March-2017
- Added calendar to the time widget
- Added blinking clock
- Essid bug is now fixed

28-Feb-2017
- Updated the polling disk (to be compatible with python 2.7 or 3)
- Truncated the long file names in the disk widget
- Removed the EFI partition if it exists

26-Feb-2017
- Added a new widget (time and date). It's a heavily modified code from SLK. Credits to him

20-Feb-2017
- Detects if a wireless connection exists and shows information
- Added a new icon on Start-up
- TODO : add a widget for video card

18-FEb-2017
- Fixed bug on the disk update
- Update on the information widget

17-Feb-2016
- Added and included fonts to get size right and nice look
- Cpu widget has been improved for proper sizing

16-Feb-2017
- Switch back to the old conky syntax (the new syntax was not working on my trusty Peppermint 6)
- Added new icons to widgets
- Added Peppermint and Gentoo distro support
- Added new distro logos - Increased distro logos
- Improved readability for disks

14-Feb-2017
- Updating network translations
- Bug fix on network interface
- Looking for help for translation

13-Feb-2017
- Added automatic disk mount or unmount update

12-Feb-2017
- Added Raspbian support

peerwal

3 months ago

Hi Fabien,
I installed the Nvidia Beta (tear-off)and it works fine aexcept for the clock display. Using the actual clock01.py it displays the mecahnical calendar instead of the tear-off one. i guess that's an easy fix.

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JCA

3 months ago

This is very nice! Loving it so far, just one little feedback: it does need both lshw and lsb-release commands so if you could directly add them in the description, that would be great. One more thing is I'm getting this error with the graphics card fan speed:

ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'fan:0' (No targets match target specification), specified in
query '[fan:0]/GPUCurrentFanSpeedRPM'.

Let me know if there's a way I can provide you with some information about it, it does detect my card correctly (nvidia GTX 980M)

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fabienhenon

3 months ago

Hi !
Thanks for your feedback.
What do you get with the following command line ? (I just removed the [fan:0]/)
"nvidia-settings -q GPUCurrentFanSpeedRPM -t"

I hope this help.

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JuanCAlpizar

3 months ago

That's weird, says no targets matches the target specification, probably the Linux driver doesn't support fan speed for my card, or the fans are controlled separately

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fabienhenon

3 months ago

OK, let's try the hard way :
nvidia-settings -q all -t | grep -i fan

You have a mobile version. I am not sure it 'behaves' the same way as the other cards

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peerwal

5 months ago

Hi,
sorry for bothering you again with the issues I had before. I downloaded the latest versions again using kubuntu Zesty and found, that in all of them the CPU graphs work well but the CPU windows are in French again and the temperatures aren't displayed any more again.
Also, the disk usage window does not diplay the main disk. Instead, it shows the usage of a couple of loop devices, which does not make too much sense, as they, of course, always show to be completely filled.
Thanks.

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fabienhenon

5 months ago

Hi,
I am sorry to see that I broke something with a fix.
CPU
In a terminal, when you go into the Automatik directory and type "python cpu01.py" , does the cpu window disappear and show up ?

DISK
In a terminal, what is the output of "df -Th" ?
Thanks

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peerwal

5 months ago

The output of 'python cpu01.py' is:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "cpu01.py", line 29, in
CPUTemp=int(CPUTemp)/10
ValueError: invalid literal for int() with base 10: ''

The output of 'df -Th' is:
Dateisystem Typ Größe Benutzt Verf. Verw% Eingehängt auf
udev devtmpfs 5,9G 0 5,9G 0% /dev
tmpfs tmpfs 1,2G 9,7M 1,2G 1% /run
/dev/sda1 ext4 446G 118G 306G 28% /
tmpfs tmpfs 5,9G 307M 5,6G 6% /dev/shm
tmpfs tmpfs 5,0M 4,0K 5,0M 1% /run/lock
tmpfs tmpfs 5,9G 0 5,9G 0% /sys/fs/cgroup
/dev/loop1 squashfs 79M 79M 0 100% /snap/core/1577
/dev/loop0 squashfs 80M 80M 0 100% /snap/core/1689
/dev/sdb1 ext4 458G 114G 321G 27% /home/peter/Bilder/Fotos
//192.168.178.254/fritz.nas/ cifs 2,0T 507G 1,5T 26% /media/Fritzbox
tmpfs tmpfs 1,2G 12K 1,2G 1% /run/user/1000

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fabienhenon

5 months ago

CPU :
I did not manage to reproduce the error (I have an AMD processor )
Could you open the file cpu01.py and replace "int" with "float" and tell me how is works ?
CPUTemp=int(CPUTemp)/10 becomes CPUTemp=float(CPUTemp)/10

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peerwal

5 months ago

No, sorry, doesn't work either. The funny thing is, with one of the versions I tried before, the cpu window was in in German and the temperature was displayed correctly. Only the cpu graphs did not work right. Unfortunately, i did not keep this one. Aslo, there was a version with a new tear-off calender design, which I can't find anymore.

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fabienhenon

5 months ago

Did you change both lines ?
"CPUCore=float(CPUCore)/10"

and

"CPUTemp=float(CPUTemp)/10"

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peerwal

5 months ago

Yes, i changed both of them but it didn't fix it.

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fabienhenon

5 months ago

OK, thanks, I will find another solution.

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fabienhenon

5 months ago

What value do you get with :

sensors | grep -i core | awk '!/-/' | awk '{ print $3}' | sort -r | head -n 1 | sed 's/[^0-9]*//g'

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peerwal

5 months ago

It gives me '440'
By the way, I founf a fix for my disk window not displaying the sda1 data: In the file 'disk01.py' I changed the 'tail' expressions from 'tail -n +2' to'tail -n +1'. Now it displays both sda1 and sdb1 as well as my fritznas drive.

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fabienhenon

5 months ago

I just uploaded the new versions. I think this should fix everything. Please let me know

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peerwal

5 months ago

Thanks for the fix. Everything works fine now

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fabienhenon

5 months ago

Hi,
For the disk issue, it seems you have two old snaps remaining from previous installation(s). You might look at

https://askubuntu.com/questions/828859/how-to-unmount-and-possibly-delete-old-ubuntu-core-snap

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fabienhenon

4 months ago

OK

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NachoV

3 months ago

Thanks for the answer, i was looking for this info
192.168.o.1

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jgindin

5 months ago

In case you're interested, I've created a bitbucket repository where I'm tracking your changes. If there's any issue with this, please let me know and I'll pull it.

https://bitbucket.org/jgindin/automatik

I have a few fixes:
1. I was getting an error on startup, which is fixed with this: https://bitbucket.org/jgindin/automatik/commits/9d58137ca8dcdcbdd4e6318a99455d9fa0adb8d5?at=fixes;

2. I noticed that one of my mount points wasn't showing up in the Disk Usage and that many unnecessary mount points were showing up, which I fixed with this: https://bitbucket.org/jgindin/automatik/commits/61ad568f640a2028e61ae3adc3319ca6c5910699?at=fixes

Thanks for an *awesome* setup!

jay

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fabienhenon

5 months ago

Thanks a lot for your support !
It seems you are a bash guru.
That's a lot of help that you find bugs and debug them.
I was not aware of the help bitbucket could bring.

I'll take a close look at the fixes you propose to see if that works on my (and everybody) system as well.
I guess the disk01 might need some rewrite.

Cheers
Fabien

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cirdan52

5 months ago

Hello, couple of things not working for me on opensuse Leap 42.2. The alt click does not work for me, and there are no color bars on the memory or disk usage but the cpu bars are fine.

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fabienhenon

5 months ago

Hello,
I tried Suse in Virtualbox (I have opensuse tumbleweed)
The Alt-click does work either, but that's related to kde and/or Suse.
You might have a look at :
https://forums.opensuse.org/showthread.php/507545-Tumbleweed-Cannot-disable-ALT-move-windows-after-upgrading-to-KDE-4-14-8

The color bars work on my computer on virtualbox.
- Could you go into the Automatik directory and give me the 3 output of : (remove the double-quotes)
"cat cpufile | grep gradbar"
"cat memfile | grep gradbar"
"cat diskfile | grep gradbar"

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cirdan52

5 months ago

cat diskfile |grep gradbar
${lua gradbar 6 70 ${fs_used_perc /.snapshots} 100 75 2 10 1 0xFFFFFF 0.25 0x00FF00 1 0xFFFF00 1 0xFF0000 1}${alignr}${offset -5}${fs_used_perc /.snapshots}% used

cat memfile |grep gradbar
#${lua gradbar 5 218 ${memperc} 100 80 2 10 1 0xFFFFFF 0.25 0x00FF00 1 0xFFFF00 1 0xFF0000 1}
${lua gradbar 6 55 ${memperc} 100 97 2 10 1 0xFFFFFF 0.25 0x00FF00 1 0xFFFF00 1 0xFF0000 1}
${lua gradbar 6 115 ${swapperc} 100 97 2 10 1 0xFFFFFF 0.25 0x00FF00 1 0xFFFF00 1 0xFF0000 1}

cat cpufile | grep gradbar
Cpu 1${goto 50} : ${cpu cpu1}% ${lua gradbar {100, 110, "${cpu cpu1}", 100, 40, 2, 10, 1, 0xFFFFFF, 0.25, 0x00FF00, 1, 0xFFFF00, 1, 0xFF0000, 1}}${goto 230}${color}${freq 1} MHz${image img/trans-bg240.png -p 96,105 -s 121x11}

I didn't copy all the disk or cpu entries to save space here, don't see and attach option on this forum

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Changes 7 months ago

31-May-2017
- Added support for all nvidia cards. To be tested

30-May-2017
- Added Vu meters on the NVidia widget and bug fixes.

24-May-2017
- Added a graphic card for Nvidia GPU. It is a beta version : I need your feed-back. It works on my system.I might work on yours. Credits to Nooby4ever for his work. I took some of his code
- Added a logo for INTEL and AMD GPU.
- If you are interested in AMD GPU information, let me know.

06-May-2017 19h00
- Disk window fixes.


06-May-2017
- Bug fixes on CPU (thanks to Jay gindin for his fix)
- Disk window fixes. Thanks to users for their feedback.

24-April-2017
- Fixed a bug to find the correct temperature on Intel (tobe checked with peerwal)
- Added a fix proposed by Icortess (to start Automatik from home)
- Improved comments on Cpufile

11-April-2017
- Fixed bug found by peerwal on cpu graph.Thanks to him
- Changed a bit the tear-off calendar
TODO : monitor graphic card


21-March-2017
- Fixed bug to detect temperature on INTEL CPU. Thank you brother.
- Added Solus and Kali support

17-March-2017
- "Beautify" the Monthly-calendar

16-March-2017
You can choose between 3 different calendar types : (Check the screenshots)
* Mechanical
* Monthly
* Tear-off.

15-March
- Fixed bug for calendar for distro using python3 with accents (it was working OK with python 2.7)
- Added logo for Antergos, Makalulinux, Linux Lite and deepin
- Found a command to find the distro name across all distro (Fedora, Arch or Debian)

13-March-2017
-Now fully works under Suse and Mageia. It should also work under Fedora and Centos. Please let me know.
-Modified some German translations (thank you MeaCulpa)
-Fixed a bug for UK and US date detection : Calendar now works for them
-Reduced a bit the size of the flipping calendar

12-March-2017
-I added another conky with a flipping calendar (check the screenshot). The normal calendar and the flipping calendar are available.
-Bugfix on the extended characters

08-March-2017
-Added a new look for the date (created with Blender by the way)

06-March-2017
Calendar seems broken for some distro-> I repladed the calendar with the current date

05-March-2017
-Added VU meter for CPU, memories and drives (credits to Mr PEACHY for his awsome work)

03-March-2017
- Added calendar to the time widget
- Added blinking clock
- Essid bug is now fixed

28-Feb-2017
- Updated the polling disk (to be compatible with python 2.7 or 3)
- Truncated the long file names in the disk widget
- Removed the EFI partition if it exists

26-Feb-2017
- Added a new widget (time and date). It's a heavily modified code from SLK. Credits to him

20-Feb-2017
- Detects if a wireless connection exists and shows information
- Added a new icon on Start-up
- TODO : add a widget for video card

18-FEb-2017
- Fixed bug on the disk update
- Update on the information widget

17-Feb-2016
- Added and included fonts to get size right and nice look
- Cpu widget has been improved for proper sizing

16-Feb-2017
- Switch back to the old conky syntax (the new syntax was not working on my trusty Peppermint 6)
- Added new icons to widgets
- Added Peppermint and Gentoo distro support
- Added new distro logos - Increased distro logos
- Improved readability for disks

14-Feb-2017
- Updating network translations
- Bug fix on network interface
- Looking for help for translation

13-Feb-2017
- Added automatic disk mount or unmount update

12-Feb-2017
- Added Raspbian support

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