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Dani Ele
Kirocker Music Display

Audio 324 comments

Score 86%
86 Likes
14 Dislikes
Dec 14 2007
Hi,
I use Kubuntu 8.04.1 recently updated to kde 3.5.10 (via hardy-backports repository).
I hoped that continuous crashes with kicker would terminate with this "Canonical unsupported" udpate, because of I read on the release notes of the last kde3 that a lot of kicker bugs have been resolved. Unluckily, this applet, that personally I LOVE, seems to be a bit unstable... :( - Sep 04 2008
Deep Black

KDE 3.5 Themes 11 comments

Score 63%
63 Likes
37 Dislikes
Sep 25 2007
Hello,
I've installed your style (I LOVE it!) but I need to change some colours to see windows in a more confortable way. I try to change the title bar color in active and inactive windows (KControl -> Colours) but they remain black. Have you some hints? I use Kubuntu 8.04

Thank you and greetings! :)
Daniele - May 20 2008
Kima - kicker monitoring applet

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements 360 comments

by kenws
Score 82%
82 Likes
18 Dislikes
Aug 20 2007
Ken, thanks for your interest and, of course, for this REALLY NICE applet! With it and KDE power manager I have the Linux-equivalent to rmclock under windows, but with more infos (althought under windows my cpu have some more frequencies to scale)

I understood that it's not a kima bug, but a kernel one. Do you think I should contact kernel team to investigate this strange behaviour? In kernel.org I found only webmaster and ftp addresses...

Bye! - Nov 07 2007
Hi Ken!
My HP nc8430 supports 5 thermal zones; they are, in order:

0: DTS
1: Thermal Sensor
2: Graphics Controller
3: Battery
4: Current Fan speed (%)

I found them on HP business support forum http://forums1.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/bizsupport/questionanswer.do?threadId=1052925&prodSeriesId=1839150&admit=-682735245+1194298006406+28353475&prodTypeId=321957

In particular, the #4 grows its value while fan noise increases, so I think that's true. Kima says that its source is a Linux ACPI thermal zone driver.

My current cat /proc/acpi/thermal_zone/*/temperature is:
temperature: 65 C
temperature: 54 C
temperature: 51 C
temperature: 16 C
temperature: 70 C

Bye! - Nov 05 2007
Hi Ken!
My HP nc8430 supports 5 thermal zones; they are, in order:

0: DTS
1: Thermal Sensor
2: Graphics Controller
3: Battery
4: Current Fan speed (%)

I found them on HP business support forum http://forums1.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/bizsupport/questionanswer.do?threadId=1052925&prodSeriesId=1839150&admit=-682735245+1194298006406+28353475&prodTypeId=321957

In particular, the #4 grows its value while fan noise increases, so I think that's true.

My current cat /proc/acpi/thermal_zone/*/temperature
is:
temperature: 65 C
temperature: 54 C
temperature: 51 C
temperature: 16 C
temperature: 70 C

Bye! - Nov 05 2007
Any comment? :( - Nov 04 2007
Great applet!
On my HP nc8430 I have 5 thermal zone sources; among of them, there's the main fan speed percentage one. Is it possible to have the "%" instead of "°C", representing this parameter unit?

Bye! - Nov 01 2007