cached data to be written to disk
myriam at kubuntu.org
Thu Jun 25 06:48:01 UTC 2009
On Wed, Jun 24, 2009 at 18:37, Willy K. Hamra <w.hamra1987 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Myriam Schweingruber wrote:
> > Hi Willy,
> > There also is the KDE system monitor you can configure by
> > adding/removing tabs and displays.
> i take it that's not the same as system activity launched by CTRL+ESC?
> i remember the ksysguard of KDE3, used to have a lot of sensors to be
> added to it, one category was IO, is this system monitor something like
> it? is it installed by default? or in what package do i find it? thanks.
Well, yes it's still the same tool, I always start it with 'system' in
the Krunner (Alt+F2), but it is indeed the same tool under the same
name. Here is the information I have about that package:
aptitude show ksysguard
Automatically installed: no
Maintainer: Kubuntu Developers <kubuntu-devel at lists.ubuntu.com>
Uncompressed Size: 893k
Depends: kdebase-runtime (>= 4:4.2.2), kdebase-workspace-libs4+5 (>=
4:4.2.90), kdelibs5 (>= 4:4.2.90), libc6 (>= 2.3.4), libgcc1 (>=
1:4.1.1), libplasma3, libqt4-dbus (>= 4.5.0~+rc1), libqt4-network (>=
4.5.0~+rc1), libqt4-svg (>=
4.5.0~+rc1), libqt4-xml (>= 4.5.0~+rc1), libqtcore4 (>=
4.5.0~+rc1), libqtgui4 (>= 4.5.0~+rc1), libstdc++6 (>= 4.1.1)
Recommends: ksysguardd (= 4:4.2.90-0ubuntu1~jaunty1~ppa2)
Replaces: kdebase-workspace-bin (< 4:4.2.85), kdebase-workspace-data
Description: System Guard for KDE 4
KDE System Guard allows you to monitor various statistics about your system.
In addition to monitoring the local system, it can connect to remote
systems running the KDE System Guard Daemon, which is in the
This package is part of the KDE 4 base workspace module.
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