Kmon is a KDE-based service monitor which allows you to monitor a number of services and receive warnings when services go online or offline. It is useful if you administer a few servers, and you want to be notified when something goes wrong or when you made a configuration error. Kmon is easily extensible with scripts.
Re: Would you take advice from a moron?
i think even the best system administrator can
perfectly do stupid things on his
non-mission-critical systems, and i think most of
(and when you are unemployed, there are probably
better ways to spend your money than backup
Re: If you build it, they will come...
> % Great concept though, but writing
> % for this will be the most
> % thing. And please, don't pick C++,
> % will really limit number of
> % developers contributing to the
> What do you suggest instead of C++?
> I would have thought that C++ would be
> the ideal language for something like
> this, relativly well known and object
> orientated. I'm curious as to what
> viable alternatives exist.
Nothing wrong with c++. its just that c++ is soo
difficult to get right, so you will indeed limit the
number of developers, and you will have a difficulty