Re: It is great
I found a similar program for windows. I can't recall the name of it, but if you search download.com for system monitors or google.com with the phrase '"system monitors" +windows' you may find it. It took some time for me to locate one. The program I am thinking about isn't free however. It is shareware. It's an alright program but not grkellm.
Re: It is great
> I agree with everyone it's IMHO the best
> monitor for X even created !!! :-) and
> thanks for it to the author
Yes! and would even wonder if it will ever be a port for win2k or so.. it is so useful that I can't stand without..
% it rulz
> it's very l33t i would say.
> just one thing i need to ask you guys,
> is where can I get the themes for it?
> and in which directory should it be
> installed to.
> Keep up the good work dude.
ok, silly me, I didnt read the homepage. heh
it's very l33t i would say.
just one thing i need to ask you guys, is where can I get the themes for it? and in which directory should it be installed to.
Keep up the good work dude.
It is great
I agree with everyone it's IMHO the best monitor for X even created !!! :-) and thanks for it to the author
Review of gkrellm 0.9.8
Linuxcare has reviewed gkrellm 0.9.8 as part of its App of the Week column. Read the review!
What a wonderful program!
I'm surprised there have been no comments yet! I'm a fairly big dock app fan and was intrigued when I heard about this one. Well, I compiled it and: wow! This can replace about half of the dock apps you see around by itself, and, better yet, it's not window manager dependent! What's even better is that gkrellm supports a plugin interface, allowing vast expandability! gkrellm is very easy on the CPU and packs a lot of information into a little bit of space. Do yourself a favor and try this program!
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