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Re: GNOME panel system monitor

On Fri, 20 Jun 2008 12:04:06 +0200, Michael Schwendt wrote:

> In Rawhide:
>   $ rpm -q gnome-panel
>   gnome-panel-2.23.3-2.fc10.i386
> The system monitor in the panel, I've configured it to display
> harddisk I/O activity. I've changed the colours to use yellow for
> "Write" activity (and red for "Read").
> It doesn't work, and the colours are used incorrectly. The display
> area in the panel stays black most of time, e.g. when downloading
> packages with Yum. It should display a yellow graph when saving
> files. Instead, when I load larger applications for the first time,
> the disk read activity results in a big yellow graph instead of a red
> one. It's as if Read/Write are reversed, but red=Read can be seen
> in the graph almost never.
> Does it work for anyone else?

Above I should have shown the "gnome-applets" package version,
because that's where the applet is included.

Anyway, after a brief look at the source and after verifying the gconf
values, which didn't lead to discovery of any obvious bug, libgtop2
has become a candidate.

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