Ubuntu :: Conky Disk Usage - Monitor Secondary Drive

Jan 17, 2010

I have the default Conky script, but want it to also monitor my secondary drive.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Disable Secondary Monitor Quickly Other Than Loading Up Nvidia-settings And Disabling The Monitor Every Time?

Jun 29, 2010

Currently I have two 1920x1080 screens running in Twinview on my Geforce 275 graphics card. Want I want to do is a quick simple way of disabling my secondary monitor when playing video games or using xbmc to watch movies, etc. I've tried a few applets but they require the xandr function which I think Nvidia doesn't support.

Is there a way to disable this quickly other than loading up nvidia-settings and disabling the monitor everytime. I don't really want to use two seperate x sessions and xinerama due to the fact you can't use compositing.

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Red Hat :: Running IPmonitor To Monitor The Disk Usage On Our Servers - Running Df -h

Mar 19, 2010

We are running IPmonitor to monitor the disk usage on our Linux servers. It does not seem to coincide with what is reported when running df -h. For example on a Red Hat 5.3 server - our IPmonitor shows that 85% is used on the /usr partition, however when I do a df -h on the server it shows that 91% is used. Why there would be a discrepancy? IPmonitor uses SNMP.

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General :: Unix - Monitor Average CPU Usage And RAM Usage On One Process System?

Nov 15, 2010

Is there any way to monitor one process' CPU usage and RAM usage over time on Linux? I am trying to change to a cheaper VPS and need to work out what level of CPU and RAM I need!

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General :: Status Of Memory Usage And Disk Usage Using Sigar In Windows And Ubuntu

Mar 15, 2010

I was trying to get the status of memory usage and disk usage using sigar in windows and ubuntu. done this in windows by just copying the sigar library into jdk library. But i was unable to do so in ubuntu. I've copied the library to java-6-sun library but still can't run the program.

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Ubuntu :: Bandwidth Usage Monitoring With CONKY?

Jan 16, 2010

I'm using CONKY on Ubuntu 9.10, and trying to display network usage statistics for my 3G internet. I want to display something like the following:

Code:

Today---------------------
UP : xxxMb DOWN : xxxMb
Past Week:----------------
UP : xxxMb DOWN : xxxMb
Past Month:---------------
UP : xxxMb DOWN : xxxMb

I have the following script for .conkyrc

Code:

${voffset 4}${font Liberation Sans:style=Bold:size=8}TELKOM 3G (${addr ppp0}) $stippled_hr${font}
Down: $color${downspeed ppp0} k/s ${alignr}Up: ${upspeed ppp0} k/s
${downspeedgraph ppp0 25,90 000000 ff0000} ${alignr}${upspeedgraph ppp0 25,90 000000 00ff00}$color

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Ubuntu :: Conky - Hourly Bandwidth Usage?

Jul 10, 2011

So, my mother is out in the deep country and all we can get is Xplornet Satellite internet. They have a fair access policy (FAP) that says they will (and definitely do) throttle your speeds if you download more than 50MB or upload more than 5.5MB in one hour. This restriction resets hourly. As you can imagine, this is fairly limiting, but we have to live with what we have as there are no other options specifically where we live. Right now, I have Conky configured to show the ${totalup wlan0} and ${totaldown wlan0}, but that is per session. In this example, since the computer started, 8.74MB have been downloaded and 1.95MB uploaded. However, this information is somewhat irrelevant as we really only need to know the current usage starting at the top of the hour. Maybe even show the previous hour too.

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Fedora :: Hidden Disk Space Usage \ Can't Figure Out Where The Runaway Usage Is?

Dec 10, 2010

I'm running into a problem where my system is running out of disk space on the root partition, but I can't figure out where the runaway usage is. I've had a stable system for a couple of years now, and it just ran out of space. I cleaned some files up to get the system workable again, but can't find the big usage area, and I'm getting conflicting results.For example, when I do a df it says I'm using 44GB out of 58 GB:

Code:
[root@Zion ~]# df -h
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on

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Mar 24, 2011

Howto configure conky to display cpu and memory usage using conky?

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Ubuntu :: Using Another Laptop As A Secondary Monitor

Dec 19, 2010

I have 2 laptops. Currently I have installed Ubuntu 10.10 on one of them. I have Windoze XP installed on the 2nd laptop. I would like to use my second laptop as my secondary monitor since I hardly use Windoze. Is there a way we can use a laptop as a secondary monitor with Ubuntu installed on the first machine (again a laptop in my case).

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Ubuntu :: Set Custom Resolution For Secondary Monitor?

Apr 30, 2010

I just switch from windows to use ubuntu 10.04. I am still learning how to set things in ubuntu.
One of the problem is that I can't set my secondary (external) display to my favorite one. I have 22'' screen (max 1680x1050) but I love to set it to 1280x800.
I follow instruction from this website https://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Config/Resolution and my display detail is like this code...

Somehow, I get the new mode in LVDS1 but not in VGA1. How could I add this new mode in VGA1?

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Ubuntu :: Access Secondary Monitor Through Vino?

Apr 14, 2011

I have a dual monitor display with my Ubuntu 10.04 x64 setup and I need to configure Vino to default to the secondary monitor (which is actually screen 0.1). Does anyone know if this is possible?

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Ubuntu :: How To Get Full Screen On Secondary Monitor?

Jul 19, 2011

I am trying to run flash video on my secondary monitor IE my 32" lcd tv which I have hooked up via DVI. my problem is when I bring the window over to the secondary monitor, which I would like to watch whatever on while browsing, and try to put it in full screen it defaults to the primary monitor which is my laptop. can anyone tell me how to change the defualt full screen to the secondary monitor and not the primary?

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Ubuntu :: Login Screen Defaults To Secondary Monitor

Jan 11, 2010

I have a dual monitor setup with the primary on the left and the secondary on the right. When the login screen comes up after a reboot for instance, the login options such as user selection are on the secondary (right) monitor. How can I change this?

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Ubuntu :: Kubuntu Opens Apps On Secondary Monitor?

Oct 15, 2010

Every time I open an app or window in Kubuntu 10.10, they open up on the secondary monitor. I would like them to open up on the main screen because I don't always want to use my second screen. Is there a setting I'm missing?

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Ubuntu :: Disk Space Used Doesn't Match What Is Shown In Disk Usage Analyzer?

Feb 26, 2011

Some thing is using up a huge amount of my disk space about 10G and I can not determine what it is. When I look at my disk usage in system monitor it say I have used about 25G and when I scan the directory in disk usage analyzer the entire file system used is 15G.

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OpenSUSE :: Apps Opening On Secondary Monitor Not The Primary Screen

Feb 9, 2010

I have openSUSE 11.2 KDE with NVIDIA drivers. I have a TV on the left and a monitor on the right. In the Nvidia drivers this has also been setup as stated. The TV is on position 0:0 and the monitor is in position 1920:0. The monitor has been ticked in the drivers as the primary screen.

My problem is that all application open on the secondary screen and not the primary screen (monitor) as I expect. How to the OS/drivers that will ensure that application always open on the monitor situated on the right are welcome.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Command To Enable And Disable A Secondary Monitor Using The Nvidia X Server?

Aug 16, 2010

I need to find out a command to enable and disable a secondary monitor using the Nvidia X Server. I've got a monitor attached to my laptop that I don't use all the time and would like to just have a launcher to switch between "twinview" and "disabled" quickly rather than having to go through the menus. It's physical position is vertically above the primary monitor so I have to put in a custom position every time I enable it.

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Ubuntu Installation :: Retrieving Files From A Secondary Reiser Disk

Oct 19, 2010

I've been running various releases of Suse Linux on my home PC for about 6 years (currently running Suse 11.2). The old hard disk in that machine is starting to experience read errors, so I bought a new disk to put into the PC which otherwise works fine.

So I figure now is a good time to give Ubuntu a try. I plan to install the KDE version of ubuntu on the new drive, but once that's finished I will want to mount the old disk and copy as much as I can off of it onto the new disk (JPEGs, old documents, stuff under my home directory.

The old disk uses Reiser. I have read various threads concerning problems with mounting Reiser FS disks under ubuntu, but many of them are old so it's not clear to me what the current status of support for Reiser in ubuntu is.

I am planning to do the following:

1) Remove the old disk from the PC, put the new disk in its place.

2) Install kubuntu on the new disk.

3) Put the old disk back into the machine along with the new one with the old one being the slave/secondary disk so that when I power up the machine, it will be running ubuntu off of the new disk.

At this point I will want to mount the old disk so I can then start copying files off of it.

What do I need to do to mount the old disk, keeping in mind it uses the Reiser file system?

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Fedora Hardware :: How To Mount Secondary New Hard Disk

Jul 9, 2011

How to mount secondary new hard disk in fedora?

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Jun 16, 2011

I'm trying to monitor the temps of /dev/sdb and /dev/sdc in Conky (/dev/sda is an SSD so not necessary, or even possible). I have HDDtemp running as a daemon, and returning correct temps for both drives when run from konsole. Output:

Code:
linux-b98i:/home/hgm # hddtemp /dev/sdb /dev/sdc
/dev/sdb: SAMSUNG HD501LJ: 35C

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Ubuntu :: Access A Mounted Secondary Drive Through FTP?

Sep 21, 2010

I am trying to access a mounted secondary drive through FTP, and when I try to connect to it I am not able to see any of its contents. Any suggestions? I am using Gadmin-proftp to configure. I can point it to any other folder on the main drive and see it perfectly.

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Ubuntu :: Secondary Slave Drive Not Showing Up / See That?

Jun 2, 2011

I just installed ubuntu, this is my first time with it so excuse my ignorance regarding it. My issue is that ubuntu does not show my secondary slave seagate hdd .. it only shows and installs on my western digital master primary one. I need to have access to my slave drive because it has data on it which i wanna use.
My secondary slave shows up in my windows and bios just fine. So what gives?

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Ubuntu Servers :: Added New Secondary Hard Drive

Apr 25, 2010

I am running Ubuntu Server and I recently added a new hard drive to the mix. Not replacing the old one, but adding a second one.What I want to know is how to I access that hard drive? I know in the desktop version it auto adds it, but not in the server version I checked my media folder.I installed it to be my new Samba share hard drive. So how to I get at it to use it?

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Ubuntu :: Automounting A Specific Partition On Secondary Drive

May 29, 2010

I'm using rsync and crontab to do automatic backups from my /home partition on /dev/sda to my backup drive /dev/sdb3. The backup partition is ext4.

But the backup partition (sdb3) is obviously on a secondary drive, and I want to automount it when I log in. I read that you have to edit /etc/fstab to do this, but I'm not familiar with the process and can't find clear enough instructions, so I was wondering if someone could give me the command I need and maybe explain how it works?

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Ubuntu :: Install /home On Secondary Ext3 Drive

Sep 4, 2010

I'm running lucid.

I want to unmount the current /home from sda7 and mount it to sdb1

I had a look at system -> drives management but just was able to mount the secondary drive sdb1 as "DataDrive"

I had a look at /etc/fstab. This doesn't show the recently mounted sda7 "DataDrive"

So now I'm somewhat lost on how to achieve the goal

>> What ist the correct way to do it?

Scenario 1. Copy all contents of /home to the new drive and then switch the /home mount point

Scenario 2. Switch the mount point of /home from sda7 to sdb1 and cp the contents afterwards

>> How do I unmount /home from sda7 and mount it back to the sdb1 (ext3) when lucid doesn't use fstab (does it?) and I don't know where the drives manager stores it's information.

(Just had the idea that I need to use a live cd for not to lock the system drives (sdaN) )

For sure there is a man page or a how to somewhere i didn't just find >> A link to such information might be sufficient

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Debian Hardware :: Getting A WD10EARS 4k-sector Disk To Work Properly As A Secondary Under Etch?

Apr 12, 2010

Is there any hope of getting a WD10EARS 4k-sector disk to work properly as a secondary under Etch? Just wondered if anyone had a fix before I RMA and return it as "Not suitable for purpose" WD say it should be OK with linux. But it ain't. It gives very poor perfromance, with a lot of hesitation. The issue is apparently one of sector boundaries, but the exact details are extremely complex.

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Mar 3, 2011

I have two hard drives in my computer, one for the operating system and the other solely for storage. They both have ext4 filesystems. Is there any way that i can have my storage hard drive to automatically mount on start up?

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Ubuntu Installation :: On The Secondary Hard Drive Without Touching Any Of The Data

May 26, 2011

I've read the official documentation regarding hard drives and partitions. My pc has two hard drives. a 160gb primary hard drive with windows 7 a 1.5 tb secondary hard drive with about 80gb of free space I would like to know whether I can install ubuntu on the secondary hard drive, without touching any of the data present on that drive. From my limited understanding of storage, files are written all over hard drives during copy, move etc... Is the ubuntu partition manager smart enough not to overwrite any files during installation? Will I get a warning if there is a risk of any data loss on the secondary hard drive? I cannot backup any of the data on the secondary hard drive due to all my external drives currently being full.

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Hardware :: Formatting And Accessing The Secondary Drive

Mar 10, 2010

I have a secondary drive on my new RedHat Linux computer and I want to make it permanently accessible from the RedHat system that is now running on the computer.

It is an old Windows NTFS drive that was a secondary drive when this was a Windows machine.

What do I need to do to, and how do I do it:
1) Format it into a format that Linux uses.
2) After it is formatted correctly, permanently mount it so it will always be accessible
3) After it is successfully formatted and mounted, how do I access it? (For example, to add a new ascii text file to it via 'cp')

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