Projects / XCounter


XCounter is an X11-based traffic monitoring program for Linux that displays information about IP traffic on a selected interface. It returns such information as byte counts, time of current connection, and speed for the last 'n' seconds. It works on Ethernet, FDDI, ISDN, PLIP, and SLIP/PPP interfaces.

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Recent releases

  •  06 May 2002 10:17

    Release Notes: This release includes minor bug fixes.

    •  08 Apr 2002 12:44

      No changes have been submitted for this release.

      •  07 Mar 2001 11:45

        Release Notes: A new CPU Load monitor, more command line options, and the ability to read and write config file $HOME/.XCounter.

        •  04 Jan 2000 12:37

          Release Notes: XCounter now works on kernel 2.0.32 and above.

          •  26 Dec 1999 19:56

            Release Notes: If the byte count is more than an unsigned long, the byte counter won't now begin the count from 0.


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