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Poll Results: Which Linux Desktop do you use?

This is a multiple choice poll
  • 12% of voters (103)
    Gnome 2 / Mate
  • 10% of voters (85)
    Gnome-Shell
  • 13% of voters (117)
    Unity
  • 18% of voters (158)
    Cinnamon
  • 17% of voters (148)
    KDE
  • 15% of voters (134)
    XFCE
  • 4% of voters (39)
    LXDE
  • 1% of voters (15)
    Enlightenment / E17
  • 6% of voters (55)
    OpenBox / FluxBox
  • 3% of voters (30)
    Awesome / DWM
  • 9% of voters (81)
    Other
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post #3341 of 7733
My last desktop picture looked so sexy I decided I'll post it here for all to see!

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post #3342 of 7733
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Originally Posted by mushroomboy View Post

My last desktop picture looked so sexy I decided I'll post it here for all to see!

I don't like the title bar widgets much, but the rest of that looks pretty awesome.

Also, not sure if I've said this before, but I love your signature.
post #3343 of 7733
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Heck yes I'd love to see them. I can't seem to write from scratch to save my life but I seem to scrap by pretty good from modding other's stuff if it's OK with you.
Of course that's okay for me, and you may even need to do that to get them working as you want them to, because they are a real mess, see below:

CPU frequency monitor: cpufreq.zip
However, you need to have cpufreq-utils running (and working, of course).. In order to be able to change the governor, you will also need to put this little shell script to /usr/local/bin/setgovernor:
Code:
#!/bin/bash

if [ "$2" == "ondemand" ]; then
        cpufreq-set -c "$1" -g "ondemand"
        echo "100000" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpufreq/ondemand/sampling_rate
        echo "80" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpufreq/ondemand/up_threshold
elif [ "$2" == "powersave" ]; then
        cpufreq-set -c "$1" -g "powersave"
fi

What this little script does is change the governor and set up some parameters. System default is 10000 for sampling_rate and 95 for up_threshold, but adjusting those values will decrease power consumption by a lot while (hopefully) not hititng the performance dramatically. Unfortunately the settings get lost when changing the governor for all CPU cores, so you'll need that script to take care of them.

You may also want to be able to run the script with sudo without needing to enter your password (or change the plasmoid to call kdesudo in case you got that working on your distro).


The sensor applet: cputemp.zip
This does require even more setup. You need to have lm_sensors set up and configured properly, or otherwise plasma's dataengine won't "know" about your sensors. And then you need a config file (I know plasma applets should have a config interface.. but I warned you), located in ~/.sensor-monitor, looking somewhat like this:
Code:
k10temp-pci-00c3;temp1;0;100;1;CPU;C;cpu
it8721-isa-0290;in2;0.7;1.55;2;Vcore;V;cpu
it8721-isa-0290;fan1;1000;5500;0;Fan;RPM;run-build

where the first string is the name of the actual sensor chipset and the second is the name of the actual sensor (get these from "sensors" output). The next two numbers are the lower and upper limits, and the third number is the number of decimal digits (anything >2 may cause trouble). Then there's the label text and the name of the unit, and finally, the name of the icon.
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PS: How did you get CPU/system power governors working again? KDE scrapped them in 4.6 I think and even something like Jupiter doesn't work in KDE anymore.
What does KDE have to do with the governors? Anyway, cpufreq-utils works fine for me.
Quote:
Originally Posted by mushroomboy 
My last desktop picture looked so sexy I decided I'll post it here for all to see!
Which version of Wine are you running? Whenever I tried in the past I wasn't able to run a single game with it without major problems, and many don't even start (like, The Witcher doesn't go past the main menu).

By the way, nice desktop, but I don't really like the black font on a dark gray wallpaper. How can you read that?
Edited by VikingGe - 8/5/12 at 3:11am
post #3344 of 7733
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Not bad, huh?
2qjiusk.jpg

Exactly the same biggrin.gif

Except my panel is 16px wide, but other than that, great job! thumb.gif
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post #3345 of 7733
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Mind posting your conky config please?

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Code:
# Create own window instead of using desktop (required in nautilus)
own_window yes
own_window_type normal
own_window_hints undecorated,below,sticky,skip_taskbar,skip_pager
background yes

# Use double buffering (reduces flicker, may not work for everyone)
double_buffer yes

# Update interval in seconds
update_interval 1.0

# Minimum size of text area
minimum_size 10 5
maximum_width 175

# Draw shades?
draw_shades yes

# Text stuff
draw_outline no # amplifies text if yes
draw_borders no
font Sans
uppercase no # set to yes if you want all text to be in uppercase
# Use Xft?
use_xft yes

# Xft font when Xft is enabled
#xftfont Bitstream Vera Sans Mono:size=9
#xftfont  Bitstream Vera Sans Mono:size=7
xftfont  HandelGotDBol:size=8

own_window_transparent yes
# Text alpha when using Xft
xftalpha 0.8

# Stippled borders?
stippled_borders 3

# border margins
border_margin 9

# border width
border_width 10

# Default colors and also border colors, grey90 == #e5e5e5
default_color white
default_shade_color   black
default_outline_color   black

own_window_colour black
own_window_transparent yes

# Text alignment, other possible values are commented

alignment tr

# Gap between borders of screen and text
gap_x 12
gap_y 12

color4 green

# stuff after 'TEXT' will be formatted on screen

TEXT
${alignc}${color4}$kernel${color white} on ${color4}$machine${color white}
${alignc}${color4}Hostname:${color white}$nodename
${alignc}${color4}UpTime:${color white} $uptime
${alignc}${color4}CPU Speed:${color white} ${freq}MHz
${alignc}${color4}CPU Temp:${color white}${alignc}${exec sensors | grep 'temp2' | cut -c16-17}°C
${alignc}${color4}VRM Temp:${color white}${alignc}${exec sensors | grep 'temp3' | cut -c16-17}°C
${alignc}${color4}Fan Speed:${color white}${alignc}${exec sensors | grep 'fan1' | cut -c14-17} RPM
${color4}cpu0: ${color white}${cpu cpu0}% ${alignr}${color }${execi 5 sensors | grep "Core 0" | cut -d "+" -f2 | cut -c1-2}
${color4}${cpubar cpu0}$color
${color4}cpu1: ${color white}${cpu cpu1}% ${alignr}${color }${execi 5 sensors | grep "Core 1" | cut -d "+" -f2 | cut -c1-2}
${color4}${cpubar cpu1}$color
${color4}cpu2: ${color white}${cpu cpu2}% ${alignr}${color }${execi 5 sensors | grep "Core 2" | cut -d "+" -f2 | cut -c1-2}
${color4}${cpubar cpu2}$color
${color4}cpu3: ${color white}${cpu cpu3}% ${alignr}${color }${execi 5 sensors | grep "Core 3" | cut -d "+" -f2 | cut -c1-2}
${color4}${cpubar cpu3}$color
${color4}Ram Usage${color white}$hr
${color4}Mem:${color white}  $memperc% ${alignr}$mem${color white}/${color white}$memmax
${color4}${membar}
#${color4}Swap:${color white}  $swapperc% ${alignr}$swap${color white}/${color white}$swapmax
#${color4}${swapbar}
${color4}File systems${color white}$hr 
${color4}/root | ${color8}Used:${color2} ${fs_used /} $alignr${fs_free_perc /}% ${color8}Free$color
${color4}${fs_bar /}
${if_mounted /home}${color4}/home | ${color8}Used:${color2} ${fs_used /home} $alignr${fs_free_perc /home}% ${color8}Free$color
${color4}${fs_bar /home}${endif}
${color4}Networking${color white}${hr} 
${if_up eth0}${color4}#Local IP: $alignr ${color2}${addr eth0}$color
${color4}D: ${color2}${downspeed eth0}/sec ${alignr}${color4}U: ${color2}${upspeed eth0}/sec$color
${downspeedgraph eth0 20,85 0000ff ff0000}${alignr}${upspeedgraph eth0 20,85 FF0000 00FF00} ${endif}
${color4}Total: ${color white}${totaldown eth0}${color4} ${alignr}Total: ${color white}${totalup eth0}${color #DDEB3C} 
${color4}Top Processes${color white} ${hr}
${top_mem name 1}${alignr}${top mem 1} %
${top_mem name 2}${alignr}${top mem 2} %
${top_mem name 3}${alignr}${top mem 3} %
${top_mem name 4}${alignr}${top mem 4} %
${top_mem name 5}${alignr}${top mem 5} %

 

Thanks, Something odd happens when i run this conky. First it puts it in a window which is kinda neat i think. considering i use AWESOME WM. however i noticed that it runs heavy on the resources heavy enough to generate a descent amount of heat on the temps. I did change up the code a little bit. Im curious is this a custom conky or did ya grab it from a site somewhere. I was really interested in the cpu speed. however i didnt realize it was a static number and not a real time display of the current cpu speed.

    
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Originally Posted by z3r0_k00l75 View Post

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Originally Posted by Trippen Out View Post

Mind posting your conky config please?


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Code:
# Create own window instead of using desktop (required in nautilus)
own_window yes
own_window_type normal
own_window_hints undecorated,below,sticky,skip_taskbar,skip_pager
background yes

# Use double buffering (reduces flicker, may not work for everyone)
double_buffer yes

# Update interval in seconds
update_interval 1.0

# Minimum size of text area
minimum_size 10 5
maximum_width 175

# Draw shades?
draw_shades yes

# Text stuff
draw_outline no # amplifies text if yes
draw_borders no
font Sans
uppercase no # set to yes if you want all text to be in uppercase
# Use Xft?
use_xft yes

# Xft font when Xft is enabled
#xftfont Bitstream Vera Sans Mono:size=9
#xftfont  Bitstream Vera Sans Mono:size=7
xftfont  HandelGotDBol:size=8

own_window_transparent yes
# Text alpha when using Xft
xftalpha 0.8

# Stippled borders?
stippled_borders 3

# border margins
border_margin 9

# border width
border_width 10

# Default colors and also border colors, grey90 == #e5e5e5
default_color white
default_shade_color   black
default_outline_color   black

own_window_colour black
own_window_transparent yes

# Text alignment, other possible values are commented

alignment tr

# Gap between borders of screen and text
gap_x 12
gap_y 12

color4 green

# stuff after 'TEXT' will be formatted on screen

TEXT
${alignc}${color4}$kernel${color white} on ${color4}$machine${color white}
${alignc}${color4}Hostname:${color white}$nodename
${alignc}${color4}UpTime:${color white} $uptime
${alignc}${color4}CPU Speed:${color white} ${freq}MHz
${alignc}${color4}CPU Temp:${color white}${alignc}${exec sensors | grep 'temp2' | cut -c16-17}C
${alignc}${color4}VRM Temp:${color white}${alignc}${exec sensors | grep 'temp3' | cut -c16-17}C
${alignc}${color4}Fan Speed:${color white}${alignc}${exec sensors | grep 'fan1' | cut -c14-17} RPM
${color4}cpu0: ${color white}${cpu cpu0}% ${alignr}${color }${execi 5 sensors | grep "Core 0" | cut -d "+" -f2 | cut -c1-2}
${color4}${cpubar cpu0}$color
${color4}cpu1: ${color white}${cpu cpu1}% ${alignr}${color }${execi 5 sensors | grep "Core 1" | cut -d "+" -f2 | cut -c1-2}
${color4}${cpubar cpu1}$color
${color4}cpu2: ${color white}${cpu cpu2}% ${alignr}${color }${execi 5 sensors | grep "Core 2" | cut -d "+" -f2 | cut -c1-2}
${color4}${cpubar cpu2}$color
${color4}cpu3: ${color white}${cpu cpu3}% ${alignr}${color }${execi 5 sensors | grep "Core 3" | cut -d "+" -f2 | cut -c1-2}
${color4}${cpubar cpu3}$color
${color4}Ram Usage${color white}$hr
${color4}Mem:${color white}  $memperc% ${alignr}$mem${color white}/${color white}$memmax
${color4}${membar}
#${color4}Swap:${color white}  $swapperc% ${alignr}$swap${color white}/${color white}$swapmax
#${color4}${swapbar}
${color4}File systems${color white}$hr 
${color4}/root | ${color8}Used:${color2} ${fs_used /} $alignr${fs_free_perc /}% ${color8}Free$color
${color4}${fs_bar /}
${if_mounted /home}${color4}/home | ${color8}Used:${color2} ${fs_used /home} $alignr${fs_free_perc /home}% ${color8}Free$color
${color4}${fs_bar /home}${endif}
${color4}Networking${color white}${hr} 
${if_up eth0}${color4}#Local IP: $alignr ${color2}${addr eth0}$color
${color4}D: ${color2}${downspeed eth0}/sec ${alignr}${color4}U: ${color2}${upspeed eth0}/sec$color
${downspeedgraph eth0 20,85 0000ff ff0000}${alignr}${upspeedgraph eth0 20,85 FF0000 00FF00} ${endif}
${color4}Total: ${color white}${totaldown eth0}${color4} ${alignr}Total: ${color white}${totalup eth0}${color #DDEB3C} 
${color4}Top Processes${color white} ${hr}
${top_mem name 1}${alignr}${top mem 1} %
${top_mem name 2}${alignr}${top mem 2} %
${top_mem name 3}${alignr}${top mem 3} %
${top_mem name 4}${alignr}${top mem 4} %
${top_mem name 5}${alignr}${top mem 5} %

Thanks, Something odd happens when i run this conky. First it puts it in a window which is kinda neat i think. considering i use AWESOME WM. however i noticed that it runs heavy on the resources heavy enough to generate a descent amount of heat on the temps. I did change up the code a little bit. Im curious is this a custom conky or did ya grab it from a site somewhere. I was really interested in the cpu speed. however i didnt realize it was a static number and not a real time display of the current cpu speed.

if you wouldn't mind spoilering that in your post, its fine once but twice is just taking up space. see above^ the high resource use is most likley do to the extensive use of exec/execi. nothing to do about that if you still want the temps. reducing the quickness in which they update would help. maybe switching the execs to execis and texecis. don't know what your experience level is, but this: http://conky.sourceforge.net/variables.html is a good resource for the different conky objects and what they do.
Edited by jrl1357 - 8/5/12 at 12:09pm
post #3347 of 7733
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Originally Posted by jrl1357 View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by Trippen Out View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by z3r0_k00l75 View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by Trippen Out View Post

Mind posting your conky config please?


Not at all biggrin.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Code:
# Create own window instead of using desktop (required in nautilus)
own_window yes
own_window_type normal
own_window_hints undecorated,below,sticky,skip_taskbar,skip_pager
background yes

# Use double buffering (reduces flicker, may not work for everyone)
double_buffer yes

# Update interval in seconds
update_interval 1.0

# Minimum size of text area
minimum_size 10 5
maximum_width 175

# Draw shades?
draw_shades yes

# Text stuff
draw_outline no # amplifies text if yes
draw_borders no
font Sans
uppercase no # set to yes if you want all text to be in uppercase
# Use Xft?
use_xft yes

# Xft font when Xft is enabled
#xftfont Bitstream Vera Sans Mono:size=9
#xftfont  Bitstream Vera Sans Mono:size=7
xftfont  HandelGotDBol:size=8

own_window_transparent yes
# Text alpha when using Xft
xftalpha 0.8

# Stippled borders?
stippled_borders 3

# border margins
border_margin 9

# border width
border_width 10

# Default colors and also border colors, grey90 == #e5e5e5
default_color white
default_shade_color   black
default_outline_color   black

own_window_colour black
own_window_transparent yes

# Text alignment, other possible values are commented

alignment tr

# Gap between borders of screen and text
gap_x 12
gap_y 12

color4 green

# stuff after 'TEXT' will be formatted on screen

TEXT
${alignc}${color4}$kernel${color white} on ${color4}$machine${color white}
${alignc}${color4}Hostname:${color white}$nodename
${alignc}${color4}UpTime:${color white} $uptime
${alignc}${color4}CPU Speed:${color white} ${freq}MHz
${alignc}${color4}CPU Temp:${color white}${alignc}${exec sensors | grep 'temp2' | cut -c16-17}C
${alignc}${color4}VRM Temp:${color white}${alignc}${exec sensors | grep 'temp3' | cut -c16-17}C
${alignc}${color4}Fan Speed:${color white}${alignc}${exec sensors | grep 'fan1' | cut -c14-17} RPM
${color4}cpu0: ${color white}${cpu cpu0}% ${alignr}${color }${execi 5 sensors | grep "Core 0" | cut -d "+" -f2 | cut -c1-2}
${color4}${cpubar cpu0}$color
${color4}cpu1: ${color white}${cpu cpu1}% ${alignr}${color }${execi 5 sensors | grep "Core 1" | cut -d "+" -f2 | cut -c1-2}
${color4}${cpubar cpu1}$color
${color4}cpu2: ${color white}${cpu cpu2}% ${alignr}${color }${execi 5 sensors | grep "Core 2" | cut -d "+" -f2 | cut -c1-2}
${color4}${cpubar cpu2}$color
${color4}cpu3: ${color white}${cpu cpu3}% ${alignr}${color }${execi 5 sensors | grep "Core 3" | cut -d "+" -f2 | cut -c1-2}
${color4}${cpubar cpu3}$color
${color4}Ram Usage${color white}$hr
${color4}Mem:${color white}  $memperc% ${alignr}$mem${color white}/${color white}$memmax
${color4}${membar}
#${color4}Swap:${color white}  $swapperc% ${alignr}$swap${color white}/${color white}$swapmax
#${color4}${swapbar}
${color4}File systems${color white}$hr 
${color4}/root | ${color8}Used:${color2} ${fs_used /} $alignr${fs_free_perc /}% ${color8}Free$color
${color4}${fs_bar /}
${if_mounted /home}${color4}/home | ${color8}Used:${color2} ${fs_used /home} $alignr${fs_free_perc /home}% ${color8}Free$color
${color4}${fs_bar /home}${endif}
${color4}Networking${color white}${hr} 
${if_up eth0}${color4}#Local IP: $alignr ${color2}${addr eth0}$color
${color4}D: ${color2}${downspeed eth0}/sec ${alignr}${color4}U: ${color2}${upspeed eth0}/sec$color
${downspeedgraph eth0 20,85 0000ff ff0000}${alignr}${upspeedgraph eth0 20,85 FF0000 00FF00} ${endif}
${color4}Total: ${color white}${totaldown eth0}${color4} ${alignr}Total: ${color white}${totalup eth0}${color #DDEB3C} 
${color4}Top Processes${color white} ${hr}
${top_mem name 1}${alignr}${top mem 1} %
${top_mem name 2}${alignr}${top mem 2} %
${top_mem name 3}${alignr}${top mem 3} %
${top_mem name 4}${alignr}${top mem 4} %
${top_mem name 5}${alignr}${top mem 5} %

Thanks, Something odd happens when i run this conky. First it puts it in a window which is kinda neat i think. considering i use AWESOME WM. however i noticed that it runs heavy on the resources heavy enough to generate a descent amount of heat on the temps. I did change up the code a little bit. Im curious is this a custom conky or did ya grab it from a site somewhere. I was really interested in the cpu speed. however i didnt realize it was a static number and not a real time display of the current cpu speed.

if you wouldn't mind spoilering that in your post, its fine once but twice is just taking up space. see above^ the high resource use is most likley do to the extensive use of exec/execi. nothing to do about that if you still want the temps. reducing the quickness in which they update would help. maybe switching the execs to execis and texecis. don't know what your experience level is, but this: http://conky.sourceforge.net/variables.html is a good resource for the different conky objects and what they do.

 

I had a feeling that was the likely cause. mostly because i also added checks for 4 more cores. thanks for backing up my suspicions

    
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Thanks, Something odd happens when i run this conky. First it puts it in a window which is kinda neat i think. considering i use AWESOME WM. however i noticed that it runs heavy on the resources heavy enough to generate a descent amount of heat on the temps. I did change up the code a little bit. Im curious is this a custom conky or did ya grab it from a site somewhere. I was really interested in the cpu speed. however i didnt realize it was a static number and not a real time display of the current cpu speed.
Don't know what you mean by the cpu speed being static, it displays the correct speed regardless of the michine or cpu. If I enable powersaving it shows my speed as 800MHz idle and 3800 under load in realtime. As far as where this conky came from, I "borrowed" it from a friend about 3 years ago. It has been rewritten so much though I doubt he would recognise it today as being his work anymore.
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woot!

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