I added the package trafshow-3.1.tgz and it worked, but it's a command-lineQuote:>> I'm running OpenBSD 3.3 with KDE.
>> Is there a way to monitor or see the network activity?
>> Is there a small program that'll display a graph of incoming and
>> outgoing streams and network activity?
>> What I'm looking for is a graphical display of networkQuote:>>"Arctic Wolf" wrote in:
what about gkrellm?Quote:>> traffic and activity. Is there something like that for OpenBSD/KDE?
there is also a package available.
> > > trafshow
> > I added the package trafshow-3.1.tgz and it worked, but it's a
> > based program. What I'm looking for is a graphical display of network
> > traffic and activity. Is there something like that for OpenBSD/KDE?
> Wat about
> # systat netstat
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