Screenlets — a framework for desktop widgets

Activity log for bug #930982

Date Who What changed Old value New value Message
2012-02-12 14:27:13 MarkieB bug added bug
2012-02-12 14:34:34 MarkieB description In all the monitoring screenlets, there is currently no fan speed monitor in the 'options' select list; the fact that it's similar for all monitoring screenlets leads me to look at the 'sensors' file usually at /usr/share/pyshared/screenlets/sensors.py, specifically @l838 you simply need to add 'or (i.find(fan) != -1) to the test there , then it basically works, to allow monitoring of at least eee pc fan speed; environment includes fancontrol working to manage fan speed, so that the relevant paragraph of the report from $ sensors is eeepc-isa-0000 Adapter: ISA adapter fan1: 3962 RPM In all the monitoring screenlets, there is currently no fan speed monitor in the 'options' select list; the fact that it's similar for all monitoring screenlets leads me to look at the 'sensors' file usually at /usr/share/pyshared/screenlets/sensors.py, specifically @l838 you simply need to add 'or (i.find('fan') != -1) to the test there , then it basically works, to allow monitoring of at least eee pc fan speed; environment includes fancontrol working to manage fan speed, so that the relevant paragraph of the report from $ sensors is eeepc-isa-0000 Adapter: ISA adapter fan1: 3962 RPM
2012-02-12 14:34:46 MarkieB description In all the monitoring screenlets, there is currently no fan speed monitor in the 'options' select list; the fact that it's similar for all monitoring screenlets leads me to look at the 'sensors' file usually at /usr/share/pyshared/screenlets/sensors.py, specifically @l838 you simply need to add 'or (i.find('fan') != -1) to the test there , then it basically works, to allow monitoring of at least eee pc fan speed; environment includes fancontrol working to manage fan speed, so that the relevant paragraph of the report from $ sensors is eeepc-isa-0000 Adapter: ISA adapter fan1: 3962 RPM In all the monitoring screenlets, there is currently no fan speed monitor in the 'options' select list; the fact that it's similar for all monitoring screenlets leads me to look at the 'sensors' file usually at /usr/share/pyshared/screenlets/sensors.py, specifically @l 838 you simply need to add 'or (i.find('fan') != -1) to the test there , then it basically works, to allow monitoring of at least eee pc fan speed; environment includes fancontrol working to manage fan speed, so that the relevant paragraph of the report from $ sensors is eeepc-isa-0000 Adapter: ISA adapter fan1: 3962 RPM
2012-02-12 14:35:40 MarkieB description In all the monitoring screenlets, there is currently no fan speed monitor in the 'options' select list; the fact that it's similar for all monitoring screenlets leads me to look at the 'sensors' file usually at /usr/share/pyshared/screenlets/sensors.py, specifically @l 838 you simply need to add 'or (i.find('fan') != -1) to the test there , then it basically works, to allow monitoring of at least eee pc fan speed; environment includes fancontrol working to manage fan speed, so that the relevant paragraph of the report from $ sensors is eeepc-isa-0000 Adapter: ISA adapter fan1: 3962 RPM In all the monitoring screenlets, there is currently no fan speed monitor in the 'options' select list; the fact that it's similar for all monitoring screenlets leads me to look at the 'sensors' file usually at /usr/share/pyshared/screenlets/sensors.py, specifically @l 838 you simply need to add 'or (i.find('fan')!= -1) to the test there , then it basically works, to allow monitoring of at least eee pc fan speed; environment includes fancontrol working to manage fan speed, so that the relevant paragraph of the report from $ sensors is eeepc-isa-0000 Adapter: ISA adapter fan1: 3962 RPM
2012-02-12 14:35:53 MarkieB description In all the monitoring screenlets, there is currently no fan speed monitor in the 'options' select list; the fact that it's similar for all monitoring screenlets leads me to look at the 'sensors' file usually at /usr/share/pyshared/screenlets/sensors.py, specifically @l 838 you simply need to add 'or (i.find('fan')!= -1) to the test there , then it basically works, to allow monitoring of at least eee pc fan speed; environment includes fancontrol working to manage fan speed, so that the relevant paragraph of the report from $ sensors is eeepc-isa-0000 Adapter: ISA adapter fan1: 3962 RPM In all the monitoring screenlets, there is currently no fan speed monitor in the 'options' select list; the fact that it's similar for all monitoring screenlets leads me to look at the 'sensors' file usually at /usr/share/pyshared/screenlets/sensors.py, specifically @l 838 you simply need to add 'or (i.find('fan')!= -1)' to the test there , then it basically works, to allow monitoring of at least eee pc fan speed; environment includes fancontrol working to manage fan speed, so that the relevant paragraph of the report from $ sensors is eeepc-isa-0000 Adapter: ISA adapter fan1: 3962 RPM