Proc Viewer is a GUI interface for the Linux /proc file system. It allows you to easily view the sometimes-cryptic procfs files by parseing them into an easy-to-read column view with labels for each entry.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: Logging of HTTP server requests is now avaliable. The ability to mount and unmount devices has been added. You can now search for entries. A bug in .pvrc loading has been fixed. There are more entry parsings. Adjustable watch timers have been added. A user can select to only show user-owned processes. Uninstall now removes the shared directory. This release shows writeable file tile to everyone, though only root can still write to any file. A bug involving empty directories has been fixed. The code and documentation have been cleaned up.
Release Notes: Some minor bugfixes were made, solving compilation problems with some 2.x versions of Qt.
Release Notes: Many features have been added to this release. All writable files in /proc can be written to. An HTTP server has been added to allow remote viewing of proc entries. Modules can now be inserted or removed. A preference section has been added. Bookmarking is now available for easy access to deeply nested files. Bugfixes and UI cleanups were made.
Release Notes: This version of Proc Viewer has added parses for several proc entries, bugfixes, code cleanup, initial i18n support, and minor layout improvements.
Release Notes: Allowing the user to disable showing of process information, support for killing a process, a zombie process bugfix, showing the icon next to all writeable files, more info of computer at startup, some support for multiple CPUs on cpuinfo, stat, and interrupts, and a fix for a bug to allow it to compile with Qt 3.