Display system information with this small tool for Linux
It supports plugins, which makes the script to display information from other sources, such as the Internet. wminfo was originally written by Robert Kling and modified later by Cezary M. Kruk.
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What's New in This Release:
- This version includes a lot of new plugins such as: beatclock.wmi (Swatch Internet Time), dice.wmi (a dice to toss), clock.wmi (a semi-analog clock), fuzzy-clock.wmi (the time in plain English), and acrobats-*.wmi, cyclist.wmi, golfer.wmi, and ostrich.wmi (different animated plugins).
- Other highlights include an improved online script, improved FORECAST entries in conky.conf, rewritten cpumon.wmi and iching.wmi plugins, and a lot of minor changes.