Silver Gauge Set for SysStats
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Silver Gauge Set for SysStats

Updated Jul 29, 2004 by Lotherius


Lotherius
Comment #1 Thursday, July 29, 2004 4:16 AM
One more thing:

On the weather gauge, the dark needle is the "feels like" temperature. Many of you won't be concerned with it, but in very hot climates (like TX), the "Heat Index" is very important to know as well as temp. Also in cold climates, it will include wind chill, I think. So the light needle is actual temp, the dark needle is "feels like".
hangar-8
Comment #2 Thursday, July 29, 2004 5:17 AM
An excellent configuration, thank you for using my gauge graphics. You've accomplished whith them what I couldn't.
Lotherius
Comment #3 Thursday, July 29, 2004 5:51 AM
I just noticed I neglected to actually include the gauge faces ... Update includes them.
danioc
Comment #4 Thursday, July 29, 2004 7:22 AM
Great design
knatzz
Comment #5 Thursday, July 29, 2004 8:16 AM
Thanks for p10utting this together, Very nice!!!
Manik
Comment #6 Friday, August 06, 2004 1:18 PM
This is a very nice set of gauges. Well done!
Alternate Setting
Comment #7 Thursday, August 12, 2004 12:55 AM
Hi Lotherius - cheers for your work on these - I only have one snag and hoped perhaps you would be able to help.

- everything is fine and simple except I'm not configuring the network dial properly. I'm loading sg_network.ini. I then go into configure meters and in the meters box click on up - this automatically chooses PDH Meters Class and the dial appears in the dock (replacing the blue question mark). There's a default update interval of 1 second. So I click on configure accept scale of 1k and click on the next configure button. I'm now in the menu I need help on - Performance object is Process, I also have to choose counters from one list and then instances from a second list.

I'm running XP - I normally connect through AOL Dialler and MBM is working fine. I seem to remember I used to be able to call up Judges old network config fine without any additional input from me.

I've tried on a few variations but I'm not hitting it.

In short I think all I need is confirmation of Performance Object, Counter(s) and instance(s)

You'd think it would be simple and I've probably just missed the right combo somehow - so if you could offer some help it would be appreciated.
Mr Vile
Comment #8 Sunday, June 05, 2005 1:15 AM
I followed the instructions in the readme but I'm not getting the gauge faces. This is on regular Objectdock.
Mr Vile
Comment #9 Sunday, June 05, 2005 1:15 AM
I followed the instructions in the readme but I'm not getting the gauge faces. This is on regular Objectdock.
mizuu
Comment #10 Sunday, June 12, 2005 7:52 AM
Where I can find configs for this gauges ??? thx
Jimer
Comment #11 Wednesday, November 08, 2006 9:37 PM
This is great! Really good job on the configs.
Lotherius
Comment #12 Wednesday, December 20, 2006 1:13 AM
Just tested... still works if you install it correctly (put the stuff under SysStats folder in docklets).
TigerCatBrandon
Comment #13 Friday, August 05, 2011 10:34 PM

A really nice looking set.  I love it for my RAM left.  It isn't as clear to read or with-histogram like the RabidRobot Blister Pack, but it does work.  I got the Clock, RAM, and CPU guage working nicely.  I could not get the CPU rpm, temp (on my system), network (even though configuring just like other SysStat Networking Docklets), or weather working.

USING WEATHER WILL MAKE OBJECTDOCK CRASH.

Overall, it is a great looking nice set for time, RAM, and CPU.  Worth a try.

 

Lotherius
Comment #14 Monday, September 19, 2011 2:20 AM

A really nice looking set.  I love it for my RAM left.  It isn't as clear to read or with-histogram like the RabidRobot Blister Pack, but it does work.  I got the Clock, RAM, and CPU guage working nicely.  I could not get the CPU rpm, temp (on my system), network (even though configuring just like other SysStat Networking Docklets), or weather working. USING WEATHER WILL MAKE OBJECTDOCK CRASH. Overall, it is a great looking nice set for time, RAM, and CPU.  Worth a try.

On low-res screens like the one I had in 2004 it looked good .. on a modern LCD yes it is a bit blurry.

I'm surprised you got any of it to work at all... I think both SysStat and a few other links in the chain have changed, so it would take some rewriting... Glad someone can still use it.

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