asmem is a X11 application with AfterStep look and feel that acts as a memory utilization monitor. It shows the current amount of memory and swap space, the free amounts of those, and the bars representing graphically the different types of memory.
|Tags||Monitoring Desktop Environment Window Manager Afterstep|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux BSD GNU/Hurd|
Release Notes: The last release was missing a return type for one of the functions, basically making the whole update worthless. Now it is fixed properly. There are a couple of small changes here and there.
Release Notes: This release enables comfortable use of asmem when you have a lot of memory (or swap for that matter).
Release Notes: Ported to Linux Kernel 2.6 (works for both 2.4 and 2.6).
Release Notes: This release has been fixed to compile on Hurd.
Release Notes: NetBSD and FreeBSD ports were made.