Nall is a small status icon application that discreetly fits into the system tray. Its purpose is to spawn a list of user scripts periodically and display one line of output per script in a tooltip window. Thus, it is possible to "monitor" any kind of event that can be detected with a script. Nall does not care about the return values of the scripts it runs, but only displays their output. It is also easy to interface nall with Nagios plugins.
|Tags||Desktop Environment tools Monitoring Networking|
Release Notes: This version fixes a bug that caused a segfault on "rescan". Other improvements include the display of a warning message dialog when no probe script is present.
Release Notes: This version has minor tweaks. The default buffer reap schedule time is 1 second by default. The default script schedule time is 10 seconds by default. A freedesktop menu entry has been added. Install and uninstall targets are now present.
Release Notes: This version uses an asynchronous way to reap script output, greatly improving the tooltip responsiveness. It also includes an "About" dialog with the latest copyright information and license.
Release Notes: This version provides a menu with several useful operations. The code has been cleaned up, and no more globals are used. Some script templates are provided.