Simple system monitor

UUID: simple-system-monitor@ariel
Last edited:
3 weeks ago 2020-06-16, 08:31 UTC
Last commit: [1037387f] Fix for Cinnamon 4.6 to 5.2

Shows some system status values

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KCY3701
KCY3701-1 week ago
Installed it on a new Linux Mint 20. CPU, Memory, Download and Upload stats seems to be updated in real time, except the temperature stat. It shows a constant 25C, but when I checked using terminal, "inxi -Fxz", I got the following thermal data: Sensors: System Temperatures: cpu: 48.0 C mobo: 47.0 C sodimm: 39.0 C
Paul
Paul-2 months ago
I feel it doesn't work very accurately on Mint 9.3 Cinnamon. I had it installed a while, and it 'looked' to be working, but then I got to feel that it wasn't giving me the right information. The Temperature seems to be low all the time and I knew by the heat coming from the fan at times, that it actually increased. The CPU % also appeared to stay low, even when the computer was working on CPU intensive tasks. So, I ran htop for a day on screen and compared. The Memory reading seems accurate enough, but the CPU was way off, I could be pegging out the cpus and the desklet was saying it was only using a small percentage. And during that time, the temperature didn't rise... in a laptop! So, as much as it is a great idea, I feel that something isn't quite right on my set-up.
w4r0
w4r0-1 month ago
I have this experience too, the temperature keep showing 27.8° C. I'm on LM 19.3.
Juan-Lutz
Juan-Lutz-5 months ago
it seems to work perfectly also in LM 19.3
Ramu Mandaloju
Ramu Mandaloju-5 months ago
Can we make the background transparent?
Henrique de Sousa
Henrique de Sousa-10 months ago
*Cinnamon <--
Henrique de Sousa
Henrique de Sousa-10 months ago
Works perfectly on Linux Mint 19.2, many thanks !
maj127
maj127-10 months ago
Works perfectly on Linux Mint 19.1
SandLizard
SandLizard-10 months ago
It's working perfectly on my ASUS in LMDE 3 Cindy. How can I change the temperature to Fahrenheit? I looked in the JSON file but it is a little over my head. Help will be appreciated.
DeI1ys
DeI1ys-11 months ago
Does not work on Linux Mint 19.2 Cinnamon
waluigispear
waluigispear-1 year ago
working great on LMDE 3
LaGallinaTuruleta
error t=2019-04-26T09:50:03Z No JS module 'simple-system-monitor@ariel' found in search path error t=2019-04-26T09:50:03Z Could not load desklet simple-system-monitor@ariel I've gir1.2-gtop-2.0 install and keep without working. Regards
Tiago Pro
Tiago Pro-1 year ago
Thank you!
Leo
Leo-1 year ago
Simples e funcional. Mostra CPU, Memoria Ram, Download e Upload, Temperatura do PC
Thomas Jaeger
Thomas Jaeger-1 year ago
Thanks for this simple and easy desklet. It works fine on my two desktops and two notebooks with Linux Mint19
richardm1
richardm1-1 year ago
Works fine for me with Mint 19. Only issue is reading the wrong temperature sensor (it was reading ambient temp instead of my CPU temp). I fixed it with an edit to /~/.local/share/cinnamon/desklets/simple-system-monitor@ariel/metadata.json. I changed thermal_zone0 to thermal_zone2.
panks103
panks103-1 year ago
This is a great little desklet to show all system stats in a simple form, however this is not working in LinuxMint 19. Please fix this, its really useful.
fenjamin
fenjamin-2 years ago
Everything but Temperature works on 18.3 kernel 4.13.0-38-generic.
tikondrus
tikondrus-2 years ago
Does not work on Fedora 27. Cinnamon crashed.
Karl Pearson
Karl Pearson-2 years ago
The inventors of Cinnamon, the Linux Mint developers, make Cinnamon on that platform so it works out of the box, at least for me. I installed the 32-bit libraries to get WebEx working right, and maybe that has something to do with mine working fine from the get-go. Also a note from a comment I made to an earlier post. When you edit the configuration file, stylesheet.css, to apply your changes, press ALT-F2, 'r' (sans quotes) and hit <ENTER> and Cinnamon will restart applying your settings. This works for any desklet that doesn't take your configuration settings right off. It also fixes a bunch of other things, too, though that list has shortened considerably since the early days of Cinnamon.
Jovan Nedeljkovic
Jovan Nedeljkovic-2 years ago
gir1.2-gtop-2.0 install bat does not work on Mint 18.2
Aleksander Zioło
Aleksander Zioło-2 years ago
Does not work on Mint 18.2 (throws an error)
Aleksander Zioło
Aleksander Zioło-2 years ago
EDIT: Requires gir1.2-gtop-2.0 to work.
Kory Scott
Kory Scott-2 years ago
temp app not working and or missing stuff in Linux mint -ubuntu family I have tried to get this and other temp deskapp and other applets like this.
Nostalgia Za Nieskończonością
Temperature is N/A for me. What i need to install?
tl5k5
tl5k5-2 years ago
I have Cinnamon running on Debian 9. When applying this Desklet I get the following in glass.log: Extension.prototype._init@/usr/share/cinnamon/js/ui/extension.js:155 Extension@/usr/share/cinnamon/js/ui/extension.js:116 loadExtension@/usr/share/cinnamon/js/ui/extension.js:449 _onEnabledDeskletsChanged@/usr/share/cinnamon/js/ui/deskletManager.js:203 ----------------&gt; error t=2017-09-01T18:24:26.186Z [Desklet "simple-system-monitor@ariel"]: Error importing desklet.js from simple-system-monitor@ariel error t=2017-09-01T18:24:26.186Z Could not load desklet simple-system-monitor@ariel error t=2017-09-01T18:31:18.186Z redeclaration of const NMClient trace t=2017-09-01T18:31:18.186Z Any ideas?
Peter Bittner
Peter Bittner-2 years ago
The problem is in `~/.local/share/cinnamon/desklets/simple-system-monitor\@ariel/desklet.js` Edit this file an comment out or remove the last 3 `const` declarations of the code block on the top of the file: //const GTop = imports.gi.GTop; //const NMClient = imports.gi.NMClient; //const NetworkManager = imports.gi.NetworkManager; Then the desklet will work. You may have to install some dependencies in addition, but the desklet will tell you.
tl5k5
tl5k5-2 years ago
The only difference this made was the last two lines from the above log no longer appears.
Kevin Walton
Kevin Walton-3 years ago
Agreed, this is a great desklet but it's crying out for config options to resize the window. I need mine just a little wider so I'm not looking at "Temperat...42 C" etc.
Kevin Walton
Kevin Walton-3 years ago
UPDATE: I was able to modify the size by manually editing stylesheet.css, although I needed to restart my system in order the the desklet to properly resize itself. I used a width of 150px and a border of 8px on each side for some good results with now "..."-ing of labels, although your personal mileage may vary.
Karl Pearson
Karl Pearson-2 years ago
Kevin, thank you for providing the file to fix width and the padding, etc... When you are running Cinnamon, at least on Linux Mint, the inventors of Cinnamon, you only need to use ALT-F2 and type the command 'r' (sans quotes) and press ENTER. This restarts Cinnamon, which applies the settings you have or are editing. That's the fastest way to get the changes to work for you.
Darryn Bourgeois
Darryn Bourgeois-3 years ago
Thanks for this info. The ... were driving me a little nuts
Dannation
Dannation-3 years ago
This is really cool, I'm a sucker for stats, but for me the font on the text is too large to display all of the words, except for CPU & Upload. So "Memory" becomes "Memo...", and so on. Some way to adjust the size of the box, and/or the text size would be a nice addition. Nice work though, this was a needed addition to the desklet repertoire.
Karl Pearson
Karl Pearson-2 years ago
There have been some comments about this after yours. Check them out and you'll find the solution, which involves editing sytlesheet.css in the desklet's home directory, and then to apply the changes you make, use ALT-F2, r to restart Cinnamon.