Announcing the new release of htop, a process viewer for Linux which aims to be a more interactive replacement for top. A number of users reported that having the set of meters fixed in ~/.htoprc was inconvenient as their logged into different machines with their home directory exported over NFS. The main issue was the varying number of CPUs. This version handles that specifically by adding a new meter type, "All CPUs", which dynamically adjusts itself. Go to the Setup screen and replace your CPU meter(s) with this to use it (or just erase your ~/.htoprc file; newly created ones use "All CPUs" by default).
Note that this will make your .htoprc file incompatible with older htop versions. You can now also use custom htoprc files by setting the $HTOPRC environment variable (your bashrc/zshrc profile can set it to HTOPRC=~/.htoprc-`uname -m`, for example, so you can use a profile per machine).
As usual, you can get it at http://htop.sourceforge.net -- enjoy.