"Very Low Priority" Xubuntu Dock Apps

Markus Bergholz markuman at gmail.com
Sun Oct 9 14:05:01 CDT 2005


hm, i don´t use those tools.

but in xfce4 there are plugins for the panel

xfce4-sensors-plugin
xfce4-cpugraph-plugin
xfce4-netload-plugin

so i don´t know if we need a seperate tool for that.

markus



On 10/9/05, Tomasz Witko <twitko at rogers.com> wrote:
>  This is a very low priority but if a very low
> resource dock app could be found it would be a greatly
> appreciated addition to Xubuntu.
>
>  This is based on my experiences with dock apps in
> Gnome and KDE. I found gdesklets in Gnome to be very
> bloated and took up huge amounts or resources compared
> to Kuramba in KDE which can be a skeleton counting on
> the app. I made one that that was running at realy low
> cpu load about 5% including system and about 5 megs
> ram for a fully functional base sensor dock app.
>
> Pic of dock app
> http://ubuntuforums.org/gallery/files/1/4/1/2/6/Senses.jpg
> Its pretty basic but I like its low load.
>
>  Anyways If we can find a realy lite sensor dock app
> package it may be possible to have it as a synaptic
> package for Xubuntu. Anyone have any recommendations.
>
>
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