Where to find an xload with xmem?

Where to find an xload with xmem?

Post by Joakim Nordlande » Mon, 17 Aug 1998 04:00:00



I have managed to delete the version of xload I had on my system which
also could display the memory usage if you called it as xmem. I'm quite
positive I got it with the procps-1.2.2 package which I don't have
anymore either. The current procps package v 1.2.7 does not include
xload anymore. And the version of Xload I found distributed with XFree
doesn't function as xmem.

 Anyone here as the xload I'm looking for? Please contact me on the
address below.  

 /Jocke

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Where to find an xload with xmem?

Post by Robert J. Budzynsk » Thu, 20 Aug 1998 04:00:00



> I have managed to delete the version of xload I had on my system which
> also could display the memory usage if you called it as xmem. I'm quite

[...]
Can't help you with exactly what you want -- but why not try procmeter
<http://www.gedanken.demon.co.uk/procmeter/>, it can display graphs of
the load, memory usage and a lot more.
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Where to find an xload with xmem?

Post by Bruce Smit » Wed, 26 Aug 1998 04:00:00


You can look under the source trees of a Slackware distribution, their xload
can handle
xmem, although the normal one from sunsite may work if xmem is a symlink to
xload.

Bruce



> > I have managed to delete the version of xload I had on my system which
> > also could display the memory usage if you called it as xmem. I'm quite
> [...]
> Can't help you with exactly what you want -- but why not try procmeter
> <http://www.gedanken.demon.co.uk/procmeter/>, it can display graphs of
> the load, memory usage and a lot more.
> --
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> http://info.fuw.edu.pl/~budzynsk/home.html
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Where to find an xload with xmem?

Post by Andy Harris » Wed, 02 Sep 1998 04:00:00


WMMon is a slick little app that'll do what you want.  While it was designed
with WindowMaker in mind, it's not proprietary and will work with any WM.  I
have it tucked in nicely in my wharf in afterstep.  To find it, just do a
search on http://www.freshmeat.net/ for wmmon.



> You can look under the source trees of a Slackware distribution, their xload
> can handle
> xmem, although the normal one from sunsite may work if xmem is a symlink to
> xload.

> Bruce



>> > I have managed to delete the version of xload I had on my system which
>> > also could display the memory usage if you called it as xmem. I'm quite
>> [...]
>> Can't help you with exactly what you want -- but why not try procmeter
>> <http://www.gedanken.demon.co.uk/procmeter/>, it can display graphs of
>> the load, memory usage and a lot more.
>> --
>> %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%

>> http://info.fuw.edu.pl/~budzynsk/home.html
>> %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%

> ?

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1. Xload & Xmem won't work

Hello,

When trying to run Xload the Xload-window pops up but
no graph is displayed inside - very strange.

When trying to run Xmem the Xmem window is displayed for
a few seconds. Then it is closed again and Linux says
something like "can't find /proc/meminfo"

The directory /proc is indeed empty.

Does anyone know of any solutions to these problems please
mail me.

Thanks in advance

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