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    SideBar For Gnome

    Hii guys....

    Any idea which good SideBar application for GNOME which provides realtime info of
    CPU %
    Mem %
    Disk Usage %
    Network Usage %

    thanking you all in advance.....

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    Linux Engineer Javasnob's Avatar
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    Jul 2005
    This isn't really a 'sidebar', but GDesklets do a pretty good job with monitors. You may also want to look at conky and gkrellm; they may fit your tastes better. I'm also sure that there's a gnome applet for the panel(s) that displays the information you need.
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    Linux Engineer drl's Avatar
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    Hi, ronz17.

    A low-res set of monitors is displayed in xosview. I usually install that as one of the first things I do. I found conky to install very easily on Debian-related systems (e.g. Xandros), but troublesome on RedHat (e.g. CentOS). However, I could not get Conky to work well on an SMP system -- but that was likely unfamiliarity on my part. I like gkrellm a lot .. cheers, drl
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    i tried gkrellm already...and it's wonderful...
    i'll try gdesklets in a while

    thank you for the advice....

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