Disk Usage Screenlet
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Description:

A Diskusage Screenlet by Helder Fraga aka Whise based on Jonathan Rauprich Disk screenlet.



Instalation
Put it in your /usr/local/share/screenlets and run it from there
Last changelog:

9 years ago

now you can use all your drives with this

fixed memory leak

wolle1

7 years ago

Hey,
my screenlet looks different to your screenshot: The Text is located behind the bar.

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chrispaul

9 years ago

I don't understand how could I install this. I put it in my /usr/share/screenlets dir... but dunno how to run it?

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cbguder

9 years ago

I've created a new screenlet based on this one. You can find it at http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Disk+Space+Screenlet?content=70718.

I've added some of the most requested features, and I'll keep adding new features.

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Whise

9 years ago

really nice

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Shashwat

9 years ago

Awesome work. but when I change the mount point to something like /dev/sda1 then its ok but when I change it to /dev/My Documents which is one of my Hard Disk mount point the Screenlet with the same mount point disappear !

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cintaroja

9 years ago

When I try to run... python DiskusageScreenlet.py I get this message:

Traceback (most recent call last):
File "DiskusageScreenlet.py", line 8, in <module>
from screenlets.options import create_option_from_node
ImportError: cannot import name create_option_from_node

maybe is a library not found or something like this.
Can you help me?

Thanks, Javi

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Whise

9 years ago

it just says that?

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sousuke

9 years ago

Whise, I tried changing the mount point to my home directory and the screenlet crashed. How can i set up back to '/' ?
Or where is the config file i should mess with?

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Whise

9 years ago

delete your .config/screenlets/diskusage

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sousuke

9 years ago

Thanks, this fixed it. Another question: the screenlet can't mount your home directory right?

If I plug int /home/<username> it bombs...
any fix for that?

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sousuke

9 years ago

My bad... /home/<username> is not a mount point, its only /home

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Whise

9 years ago

not really , its only suposed to find mount points not size of folders

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BobCFC

9 years ago

If you just launch multiple instances from the session manager it remembers the partitions that you set up in the properties, no need for command line arguments... magic!

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BobCFC

9 years ago

OK let me be clear, you only need to launch multiple instances once. After you set it up you can launch it once when your desktop starts and it remembers multiple drives.

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sousuke

9 years ago

Whise, thanks for the HD monitor, this was a must!

I've been meaning to write a screenlet of my own, can you help with a couple of pointers via email?

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Whise

9 years ago

hey its actualy very simple if you know something about python , open up my screenlets (i must warn you i dont clean up my code lol) and check them out , go by http://forum.compiz-fusion.org/forumdisplay.php?f=102

and feel free to ask any question

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gocho

9 years ago

This may be a stupid question, i do i run it? :)

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Whise

9 years ago

python "name of sceenlet"

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gundumfx

9 years ago

hey dude i am running fedora core 7 an i want this so i download it were it says download an then i extracted it but then how do i use it?????

please help me

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9 years ago

now you can use all your drives with this

fixed memory leak

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