KDE applet for network traffic ?

Charles Heselton charles.heselton at gmail.com
Fri Jul 30 01:50:41 UTC 2004

On Thu, 29 Jul 2004 22:02:48 +0200, Hannes Mayer <h.mayer at inode.at> wrote:
> Hi all!
> Since I'm running FC I used GNOME, but now I take a look at
> KDE. I've searched in the past and now again, but I can't
> find a nice network monitor applet for KDE.
> In GNOME I've got the standard one configured to show CPU
> utilization and traffic over eth0.
> Is there something similar for KDE ?
> Thanks a lot!
> Cheers,
> Hannes.
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Does it need to be one that runs in the panel?  I've used gnome since
forever, and have recently switched to KDE, since v3.2.  I like
gkrellm, which shows all of that data, plus more, with some cool
skins.  But it's not a panel app.


Actually, I just looked at Knemo, which was suggested by someone else
and it's not a panel app either.  I would check out gkrellm, I think
that if you are looking for a handy system monitor, this woul more
than suit your needs.


Charlie Heselton
Network Security Engineer

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