SLmon, the S-Lang System Monitor
SLmon is a tool for monitoring system's performance. It displays results using nice and (hopefully) readable text-based UI. Currently monitored are:
SLmon uses glibtop version >= 1.0.0 and libslang version >= 1.2.2 (this version however has a bug that makes it impossible to write a character in lower right corner, but otherwise it works okay).
SLmon i written, maintained and copyrighted (C) 2000, 2001, 2002 by Krzysztof Luks
0.5.13 "Not quite dead, not quite alive" - 10 08 2004 Changes include support for latest libgtop (glib is now required!) plus some bugfixes (thanks Taz!).
Back from tyhe dead - 25 03 2003 Added forgotten release from October 2002, also some cosmetic changes to the web page. Maybe new version will follow soon.
0.5.12 - 01 10 2002 Configure fixes (should compile cleanly on systems without GNOME). Use inet_ntoa() when inet_ntop() is unavailable. Documentation updates.
0.5.11 - 05 07 2002 Fixed detection of LibGTop2, some code cleanups.
New RPMs - SLmon version 0.5.10.
Features in SLmon 0.6 see TODO section.
version 0.5.10 - 03 July 2002 Added experimental display of network transmission speed per second. Fixed small display bug.
SLmon 0.5.9 RPMs provided by Brandon George.
versoin 0.5.9 - 01 April 2002 Configurable update time, scrolling in network mode, fixed gnome-terminal transparency problems, fixes in configure.in.
I plan to do another rewrite of SLmon soon. The proposed new design is:
If you have any comments, crtiticism, feature requests about above design please don't hesitate to e-mail them to me and I'll try to include them in SLmon 0.6 :)
Please send any bug reports, feature requests and comments about SLmon to email@example.com. Also if you make packages for some operating system and/or different GNU/Linux distribution let me know. Remember that your feedback is very important to me.
I'd like thank following people for help I received in developing SLmon: