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Postby wook » 12 Mar 2011, 14:16


i just fuckd up my pc :S damn :(


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Postby Mr Pingu » 12 Mar 2011, 14:36


:( well, that sucks... Hope you didn't lost all your data. Believe me when you fuck up your pc and you lost some data, then you wont b happy. I am speaking from experience :s
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Postby wook » 12 Mar 2011, 15:37


Hehehehehe, bro, i loose data from time to time :D lolz
both hdd's are fine ;)
nothing to worry about :)
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Postby Nomi » 12 Mar 2011, 17:55


hey nice work bro now i want that we must start new thread that contain all type of widget what u think about it ??
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Postby Mr Pingu » 12 Mar 2011, 18:46


Nomi wrote:hey nice work bro now i want that we must start new thread that contain all type of widget what u think about it ??


Yes :)

overclock buttons
first make sure you have power kernel installed and also kernel power settings. I believe both can be found in the extras or extras-devel.
Then get used to overclocking in x terminal. I will give one example
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sudo gainroot
kernel-config load lv
kernel-config limits 250 850
kernel-config save  myconfig

To test and load your just made configuration type this

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kernel-config load myconfig
kernel-config show


Now to make a nice button on desktop to apply this overclock profile:
1. create a new QBW
2. edit size to your likings I use 90*60
3. set hide background to know
4. edit the =0 line to your png or remove this and set a color
5. scroll down to command title setting and remove the png path or set to hidden. then change font to your liking and set it to outline in center.
6. set command results all to hidden.
7. add new command and name it to how you want it eg 850 mhz, myconfig
8. the following command needs to be added
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sudo kernel-config load myconfig

note: myconfig can also be any other profile eg lv, ulv, or ideal!

more instructions/commands are coming.

Nomi, are you also registered at maemo.rog?
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Postby Mr Pingu » 15 Mar 2011, 21:35


MY new desktop Iam working on :) Dont know what I like better...
http://talk.maemo.org/showpost.php?p=96 ... count=2746
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Postby Nomi » 16 Mar 2011, 10:47


wow great mr pingu i want to know that how u make the transparent system inforamtion on side on the n900 screen will u plz guide me to that?
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Postby Mr Pingu » 16 Mar 2011, 18:20


I am making this quide from the settings in a QBW from up to down.
1. Create a new QBW
2. Press the wrench icon to go to edit mode
3. Change Type to snippet
4. Change width en height to W=250 or something H=25
4. Make sure "Hide Background" is set to yes
5. Scroll down to Command Title Settings
6. Clear the imagepath and put a ; in place. Change position to Hidden.
7. Change title font to your likings, I use monospace size 14. Change position to top left
8. scroll a little bit down to "Command Results Settings"
9. Also clear here the imagepath and put ; instead.
9. Set position also to "hidden"
10.Set Results font to your likings and change position to "top right"
11. Set update policies to startup, desktop and sight. You can also use click if you want.

*note: The title of your command is also the title used of your widget

Then add CMD and enter a command you like. Here can you find alot of commands:
http://wiki.maemo.org/Desktop_Command_E ... et_scripts

I will post more commands which I use, later, maybe even tonight

Current CPU:
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awk '{print $1/1000" MHz"}' /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_cur_freq


Max CPU:
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awk '{print $1/1000" MHz"}' /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_max_freq


Min CPU:
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awk '{print $1/1000" MHz"}' /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_min_freq


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Temperature: Temp:

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echo `cat /sys/class/power_supply/bq27200-0/temp`°C
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Postby Nokia 5700 » 02 Apr 2011, 10:47


Sweet desktop, Pingu! :yeah:
Before, I used Desktop Command Execution-thingy. Now I uninstalled it because QBW does a better job. Much more personalized.
I was inspired by your screens when I made this one. But I also did some tweaks...
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The background is related to the D4rkworks theme somehow. Dunno why, but it's just how it is. :P
And I made a counter for the next release of Ubuntu. I didn't make all of it. All I did was make a WebView widget in QML and made it show one of the online counters. (Respect for the creator's good work. :wink: )

QML is good for making simple widgets, like showing pictures. And still, it's simple and functional. You should try it sometime. (It's simple, and you don't need to study for years to use it. All you need is a day.)

I bet that very few phones can do all this... :P
No ideas for signature again :)
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Postby alixolson » 26 Apr 2011, 11:58


weather and flip clock are made by queen beecon just go to app manager and download queen beecon if u need any help freely ask i will help u if i can

Nice work you have done. Can you give instruction "how to" for those cool widgets with queen beecon?
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