X based system monitor
Xosview is a monitor which displays the status of several system based
parameters. These include CPU usage, load average, memory usage, swap space
usage, network usage, Wireless LAN meter, interrupts and serial port status.
Appearance is fully configurable via command line or X resources.
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
To build xosview:
Follow the instructions found in README. In addition please consider
- The memory meter can now display shared memory correctly.
Unfortunatly, it needs more information than a "stock" linux
kernel provides to do this. It can get this information with
the help of a kernel module (memstat.o) which is provided with
xosview - X based system monitor
xosview is a monitor which displays the status of several
system based parameters. These include CPU usage, load aver‐
age, memory, swap space, network usage and more. Each
resource is disp
xosview (1.9.3-3) unstable; urgency=low
+ ok. Drop hurd-i386 as of now, unt
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_1.9.3-3_i386.deb