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WMND (Window Maker Network Devices) is a dockapp for monitoring multiple network interfaces simultaneously. Based on WMiFS 1.3b, WMND has been almost totally re-written and is more optimized, flexible, and consumes less CPU time than wmmon.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  16 Jun 2012 11:01

    Release Notes: This release adds minor documentation/packaging fixes.

    •  16 Aug 2010 17:39

      Release Notes: Build failure on FreeBSD 8.1 was fixed.

      •  06 Apr 2010 16:34

        Release Notes: A building failure of the SNMP driver was fixed.

        •  29 Mar 2010 15:21

          Release Notes: The sources have been updated to build correctly on newer GLIBC versions. A black line that could be seen at the bottom of the pixmap has been removed.

          •  07 Mar 2008 16:07

            Release Notes: Crashes under 64bit OSes and incorrect displays under Linux have been fixed. OpenSolaris is now supported. Trend support has been significantly enhanced.

            Recent comments

            04 Jun 2003 10:01 gvy

            Re: scrolling too fast?

            > umm... I do know it's configurable but
            > why make updates so frequent?

            Oversight: thanks to wave++ who pointed out in half an hour that it could be an effect of 0.2.x rc file :)

            So I'd better do cleanroom test before asking to think for me ;-)

            04 Jun 2003 05:04 gvy

            scrolling too fast?
            umm... I do know it's configurable but why make updates so frequent?

            The point is, when digits change too fast, you don't want to read them (so why bother printing them?), and looking for "detailed" 5-second traffic is not as interesting as having some 30--60 sec span generally.

            So could you please "calm down" it a bit, just like 0.2.x were? ;-)

            PS: I do know it's not a bugtracker, but hey it's not a bug :)


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