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Old 06-06-2012, 11:43 PM   #1
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KDE - desktop app to monitor another machine


Once I fixed the sound problem and substituted rox for dolphin and turned off a bunch of stuff, kde is actually usably fast. Not as nearly instantaneous as fluxbox and rox and actually not even as configurable or functional, but its pretty. One of my problems with it tho is that i dont see anything that will allow me to monitor another machine on my home network. I usually use gkrellmd to do this, i need to monitor disk space, cpu and ram on the machine i use as a nameserver and backup server. Anyone have any suggestions?
 
  


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