Release Notes: A new Seti@home progress bar was added. Support for ACPI battery control was improved. The ability to change the vertical size of the CPU graph was added. An incompatibility with the Gentoo distribution was fixed.
Release Notes: An arithmetic exception in the CPU monitor was fixed.
Release Notes: An incompatibility with 2.6 series kernel in the memory control was fixed. Some new features were added, like the ability to select which network interface monitors and the choice of the icon in network gauges. An Italian man page was added.
Release Notes: This release adds little LEDs for PPP and Ethernet interface activity.
Release Notes: A complete man page was added. Now the CPU graph can be displayed as histogram. The code is totally rewritten with more configurable options.
Release Notes: Minor bugfixes: a fix for a "floating point exception" on PCs without swap space, and a fix for the commandline switch '--config file'.
Release Notes: This release adds "cosmetic" editing of the man page, makefiles split into main and src (to prepare for RPM building), specfiles for rpmbuild, and fixes for bugs related to sizing and placing of gauges with large (more than 3 pixel) borders. Memory and CPU gauges can now be individually enabled or disabled. This allows you to start two or more instances of Allin1 for Window Managers that don't support applets with sizes over 64 pixels.
Release Notes: Support for command line options has been added. A bug in the memory monitor that affected gauges in systems with more than 64M RAM has been fixed.
Release Notes: A new filesystem percent used monitor, up to three filesystems, and selection of limit for "critical" free space for each filesystem, a new "install" rule on makefile, no more dependency from libapm (you can compile even if you don't have APM in kernel), and bugfixes for wrong memory and swap usage display on system with > 64M of RAM/swap.
Release Notes: This is a more compact version with only one area with memory and swap histograms. Some "cosmetic" enhancements have been added; the border and the spacing between histograms can now be configured with an ASCII .conf file, through the variable "border".