Hmm, some wifi problem would be my first guess, purely a guess of course.
On Thu, Mar 11, 2010 at 7:20 PM, David Iannucci
> Thanks a lot! However if I search through the files making up my theme
> (blueHeart - another reason I can't leave IceWM :-), I can't find any
> reference to the color identifiers named in themable.h, and it appears
> my theme uses the default colors, which I was able to find in the source
> code (if anyone wants to know what they are, follow up and I'll post).
> I would have sworn that disk activity was reported by this monitor, but
> it appears not to be so. IIRC, the colors that I was associating with
> disk activity are "user load" and "system load". Maybe these things
> encompass disk activity? (me, sheepishly ignorant -> :-})
> I did wanna ask one more thing, which is the thing that really spurred
> me to finally post this: lately my machine will suddenly start showing a
> high level of interrupts (the third item on your list below). I have no
> idea what causes this, and it goes on and on until I reboot the machine.
> I know this is (probably) not IceWM related, but if anyone has a clue
> what could be causing this, I'd be grateful for the advice :-)
> On Wed, 10 Mar 2010 16:02 -0600, "Matt" <lacrima97@...> wrote:
>> From src/themable.h
>> "User load on the CPU monitor"),
>> "System load on the CPU monitor"),
>> "Interrupts on the CPU monitor"),
>> "IO Wait on the CPU monitor"),
>> "Soft Interrupts on the CPU monitor"),
>> "Nice load on the CPU monitor"),
>> "Idle (non) load on the CPU monitor, leave empty to force
>> I hope this helps. Since the colors are theme specified, those can't
>> really be matched to a particular piece of the monitor without looking
>> in the theme.
>> ::: Matthew
>> On Wed, Mar 10, 2010 at 3:35 PM, David J Iannucci
>> <vprjzhfrezy@...> wrote:
>> > One of the things I love most about IceWM is the cpu/disk and
>> > network monitors in the taskbar (there's a serious problem with subject-
>> > verb number agreement in that sentence, but I'm gonna let it go :-)
>> > They are simple, beautiful and very informative. I haven't yet
>> > found better ones in any WM or desktop framework.
>> > Over the years I've managed to guess the meaning of the colors
>> > used in the cpu/disk monitor _roughly_, but I'm still not exactly
>> > sure what color means what (the network one is pretty obvious).
>> > Does anyone have an authoritative answer for this? I'm pretty
>> > sure I've never seen it in the docs on the web site, and I'd
>> > really like to know.
>> > Thanks,
>> > Dave