A typical GKrellM window.
|Developer(s)||Bill Wilson, Stephan Gehn|
|Stable release||2.3.7 / June 5, 2016|
|License||GNU General Public License|
GKrellM (GNU Krell Monitors) is a system monitor software based on the GTK+ toolkit that creates a single process stack of system monitors. It can be used to monitor the status of CPUs, main memory, hard disks, network interfaces, local and remote mailboxes, and many other things. Plugins are available for a multitude of tasks, e.g., controlling the XMMS media player or a SETI@home client from within the stacked monitor.
Notes and references
- Joe Barr (October 29, 2003) GKrellM: Geek eye-candy, monitors, and more, Linux.com
- Marcel Gagné (October 27, 2000) Tweaking Tux, Part 5, Linux Journal
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