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alpha code posted

a version built on linux was posted that I would only qualify as alpha quality at this point.

Only meters I know are working are
Load, Mem, Cpu Disk and Net (in my case Net shows 2 graphs, eth2 and eth4).
The disk subsystem also got the same treatment, but haven't added the config options to read the user choice. Ideally, you'll be able to combine devices like: eth0 -eth1 eth2 -- which would combine 0+2 and leave out the others including those not mentioned, but those are also still under design. ... read more

Posted by Astara 2015-01-25 Labels: alpha release announcement

new work underway; alpha release coming soon

After the excellent work on XOSview over the past few years by Mark Hills in adding some new needed meters and after a 7 month hiatus, I began work on xosview based off Marks 1.16 release code about 8 months ago.

I'm sure I'm overly ambitious in what I want to do (I'm never been a GUI
expert), but some work that has gone on so far has been about 70% infrastructure rewriting (with me learning C++ along the way).... read more

Posted by Astara 2015-01-15 Labels: new rork

1.8.3 released

Changes since xosview-1.8.2
- NFSDStats ans NFSStats Graph, Decay and UsedMode are now configurable

- SunOS updates, compiles now cleanly with gcc 3.3.2

- Fix for linux intmeter for interrupts > 16 thanks to John Adams

- Small patch from Gunnar Wolf for lmstemp (change int to double)

- Fix battery meter for case where lack of APM report -1%. Thanks
to Gunnar Wolf.

- Allow netmeter to specify, via the Xresource xosview*netIface,
which network interface it will monitor. Patch thanks to Gunnar Wolf.... read more

Posted by Mike Romberg 2006-02-19

xosview-1.8.2 released

This release contains changes for the linux
2.6 kernel along with other linux related
patches and bug fixes.

Posted by Mike Romberg 2004-06-08

xosview version 1.8.0 released

To be followed by 1.8.1. Please submit
bugs :).

Posted by Mike Romberg 2002-02-25