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Linux Duracell CPU load monitor

The Linux Duracell CPU load monitor is a program that drives a Duracell or Energizer on-battery tester to display the CPU load of a system. It can be easily adapted to display other things that can use a slow bar graph kind of display that varies between 0% and 100%. Instructions to hack a AA-battery tester and turn it into a computer display are included in the distribution.

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  •  27 Feb 2004 19:06

    Release Notes: Instructions have been added to build a heatsink-mounted display with better thermal stability. The control software now updates the CPU load every second instead of every 2 seconds.

    •  11 Feb 2004 16:46

      No changes have been submitted for this release.


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