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View Poll Results: Monitoring Application of the Year
I'm a total no-know on monitoring whatever, but I think linux's default iptraf is still an awesome general purpose ethernet monitoring tool - try to get that for free on Windows, ha!. I think there's just a shortage (at some places) of quality basic functionality tools for basic operations. Well, good luck wit your poll.
Distribution: Slackware each x86 + ARM and Porteus
I even don't go out of bed without Gkrellm anymore.
I even installed one on my toilet mirror so i can monitor rpms of my shaving machine
Gkrellm is missing!
and what was this poll about?