Xnetload displays packet traffic and uptime in an X window. It requires the /proc file system. xnetload works with 2.2 kernels, where it will display bytes/s instead of packets/s.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: A bug in the "-update" option has been fixed. The code has been reformatted and cleaned up. A makefile for making a static binary has been added by request.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in the /proc/net/dev scanner where the first partial match resulted in an infinite loop, and includes dynamic allocation of the buffer for reading /proc/net/dev.
Release Notes: The numbers are now displayed as bytes, kilobytes, or megabytes where appropriate.
Release Notes: Maximum and total count, and some small bugfixes.
Release Notes: IP accounting support removed, since it is no longer necessary to read bytes/s with a 2.2 kernel, a new option to diplay kB/s in the graphs instead of log10(B/s), and bugfixes.