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Full System and Hardware info by hXm

Take the control of your OSX

Features

  • Show your hardware info.
  • Show the temperature of your sensors.
  • Show the current Uptime.
  • Show the CPU usage from user and system
  • Show the memory ram used and free, same as swap.
  • Auto detect your default interface and show the downstream&upstream stats.
  • Gets your external IP and keep it updated
  • Show your local IP
  • Show the HD usage and total size.

 What's new

  • It may fail when the temperature sensors are not loaded successfully. It should be work now. Or least not fail

Download

  • You can download this script here
  • Once you have installed the script, you don't need it anymore unless you want uninstall it If you want to see the code before than execute the script, go to Secondary click->Show content information->Contents->Scripts and open the .scpt files with AppleScript Editor.

Other scripts

  • You can also get my forecast script in screenshot clicking in this [internal link] (http://www.macosxtips.co.uk/geeklets/weather/weather-forecast-information-from-google-weather/)

Please post or email me if you find bugs or have any question, so we can get a definitive SysInfo script.

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Comments

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khedr 2639 days ago
very sensual!
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scidude 2634 days ago
Amazing geeklet! All the good stuff I like to know in one place. And finally a good temperature sensor geeklet.

--Edit: It seems that every once in a while the geeklet stops displaying altogether. Not sure what causes it, and so far it seems the only way to fix it is to reinstall the geeklet.
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hXm 2634 days ago
Thank you
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FreeCreeperHugs 1940 days ago
I seem to have found the problem. When the UNIX Executable runs, it writes a bunch of info to temperature.txt including temperatures and, on the last line, a timestamp. At weird times, that timestamp does not get written, so a simple deletion of the temperature.txt will force it to be recreated and rewritten. This is inconvenient and I do not know what is causing the timestamp to fail to write, but this is the solution I found. Please do say if I am wrong somewhere in here.
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Gazedd 2630 days ago
I'm installing the downloadable script and only receiving an uptime...? no other information is shown - any help would be appreciated.
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jaume 2630 days ago
i have sam eproblem
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hXm 2630 days ago
Yes, a know issue. Open your terminal in this way:

Go to spotlight and type terminal, inside, copy&paste this:

rm ~/Library/Scripts/hXmHWMonitor/temperature.txt

press enter and wait 5 seconds.

For some reason, the temperature sensor returns nothing and script fails reading no data

Working on update.
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phreaky 2627 days ago
somehow i cant use the files provided in the Lion version of Geektool. if i execute them i get: The document "hMxHWMonitorImage_fider.glet" could not be opened. Geektool cannot open files of this type.

i have to say i'm a noob on OSx its my first Mac so help will be appreciated.
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fhsvs 2627 days ago
This looks like the coolest geeklet i found so far but i'm having problems installing the thing to begin with. I get:

An error occured during the installation. Please try again.

anyone else with this issue?

i have a Macbook air with latest osx lion.
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phreaky 2627 days ago
i have the same problem, read post above you :)
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phreaky 2626 days ago
found the solution...

first download a file with the extention .glet select it then do CMD+i

under open with select Geektool helper then it works :)

hmm maybe not i can now run it but only thing working is Uptime...
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hXm 2623 days ago
Read my last post about the non-data issue

About 'An error occured' appears when the .glet files and the .scpt script was not successfully copied to the /Users/you/Library/Scripts/hXmHWMonitor folder.

Check permissions or delete old data may overwrite the permissions
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dave4gers 2580 days ago
I have only had the iMac two weeks and found this by chance! Really easy to setup and modify i have made it a bit bigger and moved it on desktop edit the font colour etc. thanks for your help great geeklet!
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envious86 2579 days ago
won't work. works for about 5 seconds then disappears :(
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HarshReality 2576 days ago
Sent an email..

on netinfo...

error "Can’t get word 18 of \"en1 1500 7c:c3:a1:9f:xx:xx 11372009 0 10171885140 8612073 0 7930780805 0\"." number -1728 from word 18 of "en1 1500 7c:c3:a1:9f:xx:xx 11372009 0 10171885140 8612073 0 7930780805 0"
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mwk 2514 days ago
there was an update to Mountain Lion today and now it doesn't work. The output from this

osascript ~/Library/Scripts/hXmHWMonitor/hXmHWMonitor.scpt

execution error: Can’t make "F" into type number. (-1700)
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FreeCreeperHugs 1940 days ago
As I mentioned above in reply to a similar problem, I seem to have found the problem. When the UNIX Executable runs, it writes a bunch of info to temperature.txt including temperatures and, on the last line, a timestamp. At weird times, that timestamp does not get written, so a simple deletion of the temperature.txt will force it to be recreated and rewritten. This is inconvenient and I do not know what is causing the timestamp to fail to write, but this is the solution I found. Please do say if I am wrong somewhere in here.

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