HD Usage Screenlet

Conky

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Description:

Displays a simple HD usage meter.

Requires at least Screenlets v0.0.12.

Last changelog:

11 years ago

v0.1
- First public release

medic119

11 years ago

I can't get this screenlet to run.
It gives me a dialog along the lines of "There was a problem with this screenlet. Re-install and try again." When I launch it from the commandline it seems to launch, but nothing happens and successive starts from the Manager do nothing.

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pauloAlmeida

8 years ago

Hi, I use HDUsage on my notebook for months with no problem. Right now, I tried to install it on a desktop computer using basically the same software (ubuntu 10.04 64 bits, gnome), but the application did not initiated from the screenlets manager. So I tried to start it from the command line (~/.screelets/HDUsage/HDUsageScreenlet.py) and got the following errors at terminal:
(...)
session.start()
File "/usr/lib/pymodules/python2.6/screenlets/session.py", line 254, in start
sl.finish_loading()
File "/usr/lib/pymodules/python2.6/screenlets/__init__.py", line 1247, in finish_loading
self.on_init()
File "./HDUsageScreenlet.py", line 133, in on_init
self.updateDriveInfo()
File "./HDUsageScreenlet.py", line 222, in updateDriveInfo
info = self.getInfo( self.deviceList[i] )
File "./HDUsageScreenlet.py", line 211, in getInfo
if reqdev == line[0] or reqdev == line[5]:
IndexError: list index out of range

Any idea on what could be wrong?

Thx for your help, Paulo.

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pauloAlmeida

8 years ago

Hi, I use HDUsage on my notebook for months with no problem. Right now, I tried to install it on a desktop computer using basically the same software (ubuntu 10.04 64 bits, gnome), but the application did not initiated from the screenlets manager. So I tried to start it from the command line (~/.screelets/HDUsage/HDUsageScreenlet.py) and got the following errors at terminal:
(...)
session.start()
File "/usr/lib/pymodules/python2.6/screenlets/session.py", line 254, in start
sl.finish_loading()
File "/usr/lib/pymodules/python2.6/screenlets/__init__.py", line 1247, in finish_loading
self.on_init()
File "./HDUsageScreenlet.py", line 133, in on_init
self.updateDriveInfo()
File "./HDUsageScreenlet.py", line 222, in updateDriveInfo
info = self.getInfo( self.deviceList[i] )
File "./HDUsageScreenlet.py", line 211, in getInfo
if reqdev == line[0] or reqdev == line[5]:
IndexError: list index out of range

Any idea on what could be wrong?

Thx for your help, Paulo.

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vishytk

11 years ago

First of all, let me thank you for such a wonderful screenlet. I was looking for a simple screenlet for displaying HDD info.

Coming to the problem i have, I am not able to run the screelet. Is there any requirement (python module) to run the screenlet.

specs:
Screenlets - 0.0.14
Fedora 8

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lukeen

11 years ago

thank you for this wonderful screenlet!

maybe you could add some options what should be displayed (not only percentage and free space).
i would also like to have the mouseover effect (nice idea btw) instantly, if it is possible.

and you really should improve the default colors. i'd suggest:
- container: white - 60
- bg: black - 150
- fg: some cool blue like #36A - 220
- text: white 255
i know the colors are easily changed but the default settings are the most important.

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11 years ago

v0.1
- First public release

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