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Old 12-04-2004, 10:40 PM   #1
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"Sysmetrix"-like tool (desktop display of space, uptime, etc)


After extensive googling, I can't manage to find the tool I'm looking for.

It's something in the vein of this (the uptime/processor monitor ont he right), or SysMetrix for Windows-- a desktop panel that displays statistics like free hard disk space, processor usage, uptime, etc.

Can anyone suggest something for me? (I use KDE, if that matters.)
 
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