Projects / bubblemon


bubblemon is a cute CPU/memory usage monitor. It displays CPU load as bubbles in a jar of water; the water level depends on how much memory is used. It features load average and memory info screens and a transparent CPU load meter. It supports Linux, FreeBSD, and Solaris.


Recent releases

  •  04 Oct 2003 03:51

    Release Notes: The 2.6 Linux kernels are now supported, and a 101% CPU usage crash was fixed.

    •  09 Mar 2002 20:14

      Release Notes: OpenBSD support was added.

      •  16 Apr 2001 05:25

        Release Notes: A serious security problem was found in FreeBSD port of BubbleMon - programs started by clicking on the dockapp were passed "kmem" privileges. This is a recommended upgrade for all users of FreeBSD BubbleMon port. All other supported operating systems are not affected.

        •  14 Apr 2001 19:18

          Release Notes: Fixes for endian detection under FreeBSD, and updates to Makefile.FreeBSD.

          •  16 Mar 2001 07:34

            Release Notes: This release includes fixes for all segfaults related to bubble drawing, a fix for a long-time bug with the load average screen not graphing correctly, and updates to use proper linker options.


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