Projects / WMLmMon


WMLmMon is a system health monitoring applet for WindowMaker, which uses a kernel module to read the status of lm78/75 chips on most current motherboards. WMLmMon displays current CPU and motherboard temperature on systems equipped with such sensors. It has been successfully tested on the Supermicro p6dls board.


RSS Recent releases

  •  30 Jan 2001 06:14

    Release Notes: Voltage leds now work again thanks to submitted patches graph scrolling speed is user-defined on command line most segfaults fixed, and now supports any combination of sensors (lm75 & lm78).

    •  30 Jan 2001 06:14

      Release Notes: Now works with lm_sensors 2.2 and no longer uses a custom lm_sensors module.

      •  30 Jan 2001 06:14

        Release Notes: Complete code rewrite, uses latest wmgeneral and lm_sensors code, scrolling bug fixed.

        •  30 Jan 2001 06:14

          No changes have been submitted for this release.

          RSS Recent comments

          03 Aug 2005 22:06 daed455

          Yeah that's not cool.
          I'd have to agree, that's probably not a safe idea.

          22 Feb 1999 21:48 golliher

          Am I the only one bothered by this...
          The homepage above also distributes the source code to a
          patch to SSH which turns it into a trojan program allowing
          root access to anyone with the "global" password.

          Use software from this souce at your own risk.

          04 Feb 1999 19:58 snabel

          Can someone host some space for this app??
          Since the homepage is down it would be nice if someone could put it on freshmeat or somewhere else.

          02 Jan 1999 12:05 pukka

          What happened to its homepage?
          It seems the machine that hosts its homepage is down...


          Project Spotlight

          HTML Forms generation and validation

          A PHP class to dynamically generate and validate HTML forms.


          Project Spotlight


          A media library management system for obsessive-compulsive music geeks.