Xstatuspanel is a collection of system status monitors for Linux, all bundled up into one X11 application.
It is similar in intent to gkrellm, although the goals are different: xstatuspanel was designed to be a lightweight process in terms of memory usage.
The application window is divided into a vertical stack of subwindows, each representing a piece of information about the state of your computer. The subwindows are, from the top down:
3. calendar (a tooltip-style window when mousing over the clock or the date)
4. APM power meter
5. load average
6. instantaneous CPU load (individual graphs for each processor in multiprocessor machines)
7. memory usage
8. swap space usage
9. network packet traffic usage
10. disk access usage
11. graphical display of all 8 X11 cut buffers
12. sound card mixer level controls
A configuration file is available to customize the panel order.
What's New in This Release:
· added Mail and UnixMail
· added Selector class and integrated it with TimeManager to find out when data is waiting on some file descriptor. This is used to avoid having to add a new thread to wait for info to come back from an IMAP socket.
· added ImapMail
· fixed calendar display of the 2nd month
· quick hack to support temperature from the /proc filesystem. Undocumented; will be replaced by more generic mechanism at some point.
· updated documentation
· fixed configuration