Paul> Are there any graphical tools to monitor memory usage on Linux
Paul> in realtime?
'xterm -e top' or 'xterm -e watch free' is a cheap workable answer,
though it's probably not what you really want. The GNOME panel offers
some useful utilities for this, but I wouldn't install all of GNOME
just to get a memory monitor.
"Hey, Doug, do you mind if I push the Emergency Booth Self-Destruct Button?"
"Oh, sure, Dave, whatever...you _do_ know what that does, right?"