Release Notes: The Japanese translation was updated, and a man page was added. POP3/IMAP connections can now be on non-standard port numbers if you enter server:port in the config. APM is now supported under OpenBSD and NetBSD. Fixes were made for meminfo labvel initialization and mua_is_launched. An IMAP fix was also made.
Release Notes: CPU usage on BSD was reduced. Inet charts can now monitor port ranges. Minor bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: BSD compiles no longer get the Linux penguin animation for new mail notification, but instead have their own animated Daemon. Some function hooks were added to make a Gnome session aware plugin. Some voltage monitor bugfixes and various code cleanups were included.
Release Notes: NetBSD monitoring code and a French translation have been contributed. Keyboard shortcuts for changing themes were added, and various bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: POP3 and IMAP mail checking is now built in, so external mail checking programs are no longer required. A swap page in/out chart has been added to the memory monitor.
Release Notes: Updates to account for kernel 2.3.99 changing formats in /proc/stat, and other code cleanups and bugfixes.
Release Notes: Use of a ctree in the configuration window to select monitor configuration pages (the RPM package and the make install step from source will install header files so users can compile plugins without special setup), and other minor changes.
Release Notes: FS monitor new features: Secondary monitors can be always visible if they are mounted, custom mount commands (using sudo), a scrolling capacity display instead of toggling, plugins can be placed in a system-wide /usr/share/gkrellm/plugins directory, and a theme alternatives feature for variations within a single theme.
Release Notes: This release is mainly a bugfix release, fixing a problem with reading the output of some versions of fetchmail. Some people were getting stale /var/run/ppp0.pid files left over after pppd quit and this confused the timer button logic.
Release Notes: Tooltips for monitors that have been configured to launch command, a FreeBSD patch to reduce potential security risks, labeling of net charts, and some bugfixes.