This version of xosview is distributed from the following sites:
The build no longer uses GNU autoconfig. Control is via Makefile
variables. In general, you should be able to build on Linux using:
$ make install
To change the target prefix, use, for example:
$ make install PREFIX=/usr
For more fine-grain
The FreeBSD port now has much better support, thanks to Tom
Pavel. From within the ports system, xosview ought to build out
of the box --- if not, it's a bug.
For building xosview by hand, see README.netbsd, as there are
no FreeBSD-specific things at this time.
Feel free to contact me with any *BSD concerns, or Mike and/or me
for any general xosview problems or suggestions.
The IRIX port supports:
- load meter
- cpu meter: The cpu meter has a new X resource cpuFormat, with the
possible values of single, all, auto or both. It
determines how cpu meters are handled for
multiprocessors: single displays only meters for each
cpu, all displays only a cumulative meter for all cpus,
To build xosview:
Follow the instructions found in README. In addition please consider
README file for xosview version 1.6.0, NetBSD-specific.
NetBSD version written and maintained by
The OpenBSD version has been verified to work on version 2.3.
If you find that it works on other v
Changes since xosview-1.9.0
- Fix a bug where battery meter was not redrawn
Changes since xosvie
- Get rid of -Wno-deprecated and fix the C++ headers to use
the new convention.
Linux: Add supp
Browse inside xosview_1.9.3.orig.tar.gz