Helps keep the system clean, I think. Great, now I have a new project for the day ;.
If the latter, then I guess I really do have a project to look into for the day! So, do you need to do a special Ruby installation before this will work? Email Address. The Robservatory Robservations on everything…. Rob Griffiths. Apr 25 ' This tool is especially useful on a laptop, as it provides an easy-to-read battery summary.
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At the end of the list, istats tells you exactly how to add a given key to the output: Good Cycle count: Related Posts: How to install ruby gems in Terminal View app-specific log messages in Terminal Hardware: Leave a Reply Cancel reply. GhostLyrics GhostLyrics 1 8 Thanks for this. I take it if I need to install this third-party app for it, there isn't a known built-in way to do the same?
No, I don't think there is. I've used that same program to display the values with Geektool for a time but didn't find any information about a built-in tool.
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Mind you that that was more than a year ago, so there ,ight be now. I doubt it though. As of Oct 1st, Temperature Monitor has been suspended - they went "Pro".
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Chris Chris 1, 2 7 6. Unfortunately that's a known error. If you take a look at the Github repo there's a note about it. You can either install Ruby using RVM or brew or use this command to install the gem instead: Awesome, works like a charm nice sparklines too. For live updates: To get rid of display errors use this: Tonin Tonin 1 6 These 2 commands print machdep.
On Dust Dust 2 4. I thought it will be harder to compile this, but it's not! Works like a charm!
Thanks, Dust! I'm not much for building stuff from scratch but this was easy and works out of the box.
Lavoie is using code Apple released a while back: Im on OSX