Release Notes: The sysfs sensor name format has been changed from xxx_inputN to xxxN_input. This release will consider only .so, .la, and .dll files during plugin scan (avoids Gentoo .keep ebuild files). It uses g_spawn_async_with_pipes() instead of popen() in mail.c so that gkrellm file descriptors won't be open in the email-monitor-launched MUA.
Release Notes: IMAP mail check with special characters has been fixed. Disk monitoring in gkrellmd on Windows has been fixed. IPv6 support when building on Windows was added. Support for monitoring of active IPv6 TCP connections on Windows Vista or newer has been added. Support for newer Linux hwmon sensors has been added. FreeBSD memory usage calculation has been updated. The Spanish, German, and Brazilian Portuguese translations have been updated. Compile warnings on recent versions of GCC and errors when compiling on newer Fedora systems have been fixed.
Release Notes: FreeBSD support for the amdtemp temperature sensor has been added. Build with gold as the linker was fixed. GnuTLS support has been fixed. Possible crashes caused by invalid drawing contexts have been fixed. Device mapper devices on Linux are now ignored by the disk monitor.
Release Notes: Sensor support for FreeBSD has been fixed. Support for SMP CPU charts on FreeBSD 6.4-RELEASE and 7.1-RELEASE has been added. Linux coretemp sensor support was fixed. Battery support for amd64 systems using ACPI on Linux has been added. The sensors monitor now has an option to show temperature units. Threading issues when connecting to gkrellmd-servers have been fixed. Brazilian Portuguese translation has been updated. The gkrellm.spec for building RPM packages was updated. Various smaller fixes were made to the build system.
Release Notes: Error logging was added, which allows logging to a file or stdout. Additionally, gkrellmd can now log to syslog. Mail authentication is now (optionally) done via libntlm. Clock and calendar strings are now parsed by honoring the current system locale. The Linux sysfs battery interface is now supported and preferred over the deprecated /proc/acpi interface. Support for building on Mac OS X Leopard was added. Various bugs were fixed and translations were updated.
Release Notes: The Clock/Calendar monitor was rewritten to use user configurable display format strings containing strftime conversion characters and Pango text attribute markup strings. Various bugs were fixed.