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Distribution: Debian Wheezy / BackTrack 5/ Linux Mint 17
Years ago, a friend of mine whom I've lost contact with was running Woody. He had these small "widgets" on his desktop that he installed with apt. They were small boxes that displayed info. One was date/time, one was processor usage, and another showed network traffic. Does anyone know what these are and where I can get more info on them? I would especially like the one showing network traffic.
Are you using KDE? If so, right click on the panel, go to Panel Menu->Add to panel->Applet, and look at the list of available applets. (I like Ksensors, but I've got heat problems, so I need to monitor CPU temp, fan speed, etc.)
I think GNOME has similar applet support, but it's been a while since I've done much with GNOME.
Last edited by PTrenholme; 06-18-2005 at 10:25 AM.