lee_b at digitalunleashed.com
Thu Nov 10 19:13:30 UTC 2005
On Thursday 10 November 2005 18:21, John Richard Moser wrote:
> I find myself occasionally needing a lot of information at my
> fingertips, and having to resort to the shell or unintuitive programs to
> do it. So far I found that the system monitor applet
> (Applications->system tools->System monitor) allows me to do a 'df -h'
> check but that's it.
Oh, look into gkrellm. I find it a bit annoying, but it's a popular solution
under GNOME. Also, check what panel applets are available, by installing
anything suitable from synaptic, and right-clicking on the panel to add them.
Quite a few useful applets are installed by default.
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