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    Looking for this application which displays System information on desktop


    I am not too sure if this is the right section to post this, but anyways...

    I am looking for this application (I think it is an application) that display various information such as CPU, sensors, system, network, memory, HDD, etc. on my KDE desktop. It is more of a graphical, meet the eye thing.

    Thank you.

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    KDE 3.5 + SuperKaramba
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    Superkaramba, gdesklets (although that's more for gnome -- you could try adesklets instead), torsmo, conky...

    I use torsmo, it's very light, but is a bit "old-school" for most people.
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    I usually use Torsmo or Conky. Both are to my liking although, as pointed out above, it looks kinda old skool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeoSNightmarE
    I usually use Torsmo or Conky. Both are to my liking although, as pointed out above, it looks kinda old skool.
    That's whats so neat about it; old school is cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaboua
    Quote Originally Posted by NeoSNightmarE
    I usually use Torsmo or Conky. Both are to my liking although, as pointed out above, it looks kinda old skool.
    That's whats so neat about it; old school is cool
    Yep. Nothing like getting some retro looking apps working to make a system look complete.

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