Yes it can be easily done, it will require you to make some changes because your network card name will be different than mine. Let me go fiddle for a few minutes....dhs said:anyone has been able to do that?
Also, with a graph like the CPU one would be nice too.
Use this information at your own risk, it is just what I've figured out and may not be accurate and I am no programmer.... I'll touch on some of the basics and the plugins used for this screen display example.dhs said:Ok, i'm beginning to undestand the basics of the screens code.
I'd like to know how to get values in Kbytes instead of bytes (in the format xx.y), so i can use those values both for numerical and graphical purposes.
For example, i'd like to know how to "size" the min/max values for the graphbars (and how to specify a data source for them, i found nothing ), what are the options (both for rows and single entities), and so on.
Sorry I missed this post.dhs said:Thanks for th mini-manual.
A thing left out: is there any way to size the min/max values of a graphbar?
Zip up your perfdump.txt file and attach it to a message and I'll have a look for you.Crackers said:I can't this to work for me
I replaced the adapter name with the name that came up in the perfdump.txt file. Which came up as
NVIDIA nForce MCP Networking Controller - Packet Scheduler Miniport
I tried that and the shorter name that device manager shows, both with no results. Any idea what I'm doing wrong? Thanks!
Ok to make it work on a 634, I had to change the rows=2 to row=4 in the [pre] block and rename the file to *.2004 .Crackers said:Thanks. I have a 634 btw. I tried modifying it to fit it, so its possible I messed up in doing that. I'm still working on figuring the screen making out and I don't think I would have a clue yet if it wasn't for your mini-guide
Yes every time you edit a screen it must be removed and re-installed. The cc2_config program reads the screens and writes the ini files when they are installed. Otherwise it does not know if you've made changes to the screen. Cc2_service just reads ini files.Crackers said:Thanks Daks
I compared your file to mine and they were identical. Except yours worked when I loaded it. Of course this made me curious, so I removed my screen from the list, re-added it, then restarted cc2. It worked after that. All this time after I would make a change to the file, I was only restarting cc2. I guess you have to remove your screen from the list and re-add it? I made a couple of changes to the screen to test it and so far it seems true. Is it just me, or is that how its suppose to be done?
EDIT: I edited it to use bargraphs, KB/s, and all 4 lines in a 634 just to see if I could. It looks nice