For those of you that don't know:
What is Torsmo?
Torsmo is a system monitor that sits in the corner of your desktop. It's very simple, customizable and it renders only text on the desktop (and percentagebars if you want it to
and the only lib it uses is Xlib.
Torsmo can show various information about your system and it's peripherals, including:
* Kernel version
* System time
* Network interface information
* Memory and swap usage
* Machine, i686 for example
* System name, Linux for example
* Temperatures from i2c-sensors
* Temperature from ACPI
* Battery capacity from ACPI/APM
* Number of processes running or sleeping
* Local mails (unread and all)
* Filesystem stats
Let's post some tricks that we've either come across or figured out about the beloved Torsmo system monitor.
Action shot: http://slum3.tripod.com/images/shot.jpg
(copy and paste the url, tripod doesn't allow hotlinking.)
You can get Torsmo from http://torsmo.sourceforge.net