QuadMonitorClock for Fedora by LeSnip3R - November 2007
This theme is based upon
clock_magick by vnwhite
QuadMonitor for Gentoo and Sabayon by MVIL - November 2007
which in turn is "Heavily based on RessMonitor (by Camelot) and Glassmonitor (by Vemec)"
Designed for monitoring Intel (or AMD, soon to come) Quadcore Linux based PCs.
It displays some basic information about your computer, and its sensors:
-Processor: speed, usage, temperature
-Network: 2 interfaces coded, wired, and wireless. IP, domain name.
-Disk space (you'll definitely need to adapt this)
It is customized for Fedora but you can change it to adapt to your system. Original Gentoo icon packaged.
Installation notes for QuadMonitorClock:
Uncompress the installation package. Put the resulting folder somewhere you will remember
or in ~/.kde/share/apps/superkaramba/themes/
Edit the QuadMonitorClock.theme file if you need to.
There are plenty of comments explaining what you can customize in order to make it suitable for your system.
To make it appear on your desktop proceed like this:
Click on the superkaramba icon on your desktop or panel and choose "Open Local Theme".
Browse to your ~/.kde/share/apps/superkaramba/themes/ directory and select QuadMonitorClock.theme.
Click on "open" and the theme will show up on your desktop.
IMPORTANT: if you can't see the clock, hit "reload theme" once and everything should be alright.
This is a GPL V2 software.
Feel free to change improvements with us!