Subject: Re: in-kernel pppoe & bandwith usage stats
To: Michael Core <>
From: Eric Jacoboni <>
List: current-users
Date: 05/21/2002 20:29:19
>>>>> "Michael" == Michael Core <> writes:

Michael> They? Do you talk about the ioctls or (wm)pload? Those tools
Michael> are just X apps which show a graphical history of your
Michael> bandwith usage. AFAIK they do not need any privileges or a
Michael> set{g,u}bit set.

If you want a nice graphical tool, try gkrellm: it monitors all the
stuff you need (from mobo sensors to kernel pppoe). You may customize
it to fit your needs and, even, change its skins.

It's in the package tree (/usr/pkgsrc/sysutils/gkrellm).

BTW: if someone know how to disable sensor stuff display with the last
package version... I don't figure out to do so (it was ok with
previous versions).
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