Release Notes: This release fixes a bug with newer Linux kernels using 64-bit byte counters, which caused displayed traffic to increase by 4GB on every screen refresh.
Release Notes: Calculation of traffic and data units was fixed. A memory leak in BSD network device detection has been removed. A workaround for buggy ncurses 5.8 has been implemented.
Release Notes: Compilation with g++ 4.3 was fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes the bug where the devices given in the config file were not overridden by the names given on the command line.
Release Notes: This release is capable of reading and writing configuration files to disk. The devices which are monitored can now be changed during runtime. Keyboard shortcuts have changed.
Release Notes: This release has been ported to the HP-UX operating system. Other changes include additional key shortcuts, some fixed memory leaks (important for running on BSD), compilation with gcc 3.x out of the box.
Release Notes: A new option window (accessed with the 'o' key) was added for changing program settings at run time. The IP addresses of network devices are now displayed.
Release Notes: This release has been ported to BSD and Solaris. The command line switches -u and -U for customizable data units have been added. Graph resolution has been tripled by adding two additional drawing chars. Wrong data display after a network device restart has been fixed.
Release Notes: The 4GB workaround now really works.
Release Notes: A new parameter -m to hide the traffic graphs, a new man page, and a workaround for the 4GB kernel variable overflow.