Basically I would like to have an indicator that will run and display the output of a custom command (like uptime) or script (self-written), just like Xubuntu have one.
I'm currently testing the Xubuntu 12.10 Beta 2 and the changelog states
The messaging indicator is not available for 12.10
Duplicated partitions might be shown at Thunar sidebar and desktop
AFAIK , the messaging indicator is going through some changes in its API for the 12.10 release , therefore some code has to be rewri
I followed this tutorial to set the brightness indicator on Unity.
This brief tutorial will show you how to display Places menu on Ubuntu Unity panel and make this menu indicator starts at log-in.
First download the indicator:
It’s .tar.gz or .zip file. Extract and go into new created folder, and click to run indicator-places.py
To start this indicator at login, launch Startup Applications from the dash home.
I am making one custom camera application in android, in which i want to display camera focus indicator,how should i do it with android canvas?
I have my own view for indicator purpose.
This is a small indicator applet on Gnome panel and Unity to display CPU and Memory usage as percents, it also offers the possibility to run your own command and display its output.
I am trying to apply this fix for 13.10 Xubuntu
For those looking for a temporary workaround, look at /usr/share/dbus-1/services/indicator-sound.service and change the Exec line
But I can't edit the file without root access? How do I get root access?
I have removed the Unity DE using this command:
sudo apt-get remove unity unity-2d-places unity-2d unity-2d-panel unity-2d-spread unity-asset-pool unity-services unity-lens-files unity-lens-music unity-lens-applications gir1.2-unity-4.0 unity-common indicator-sound indicator-power indicator-appmenu libindicator7 indicator-application evolution-indicator indicator-datetime indicator-mess
This is sort of a poll.
My HDD (640GB Samsung SATA) indicator led blinks every one second or so, lightly (not like when we do serious I/O). So else what is it indicating other than read and write ?