The nc-indicators package

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nc-indicators displays a CPU load and memory usage mini-graphs in your i3bar, much like Gnome's indicator-multiload applet.

To use nc-indicators simply exec it on startup:

exec --no-startup-id nc-indicators

You can turn off either indicator and change the update interval, eg.:

exec --no-startup-id nc-indicators --show_mem=0 --update_interval=300

nc-indicators uses the standard system tray icon protocol, so it can be used with any system tray-like application, not just i3bar. But it was originally created to be used with i3bar.


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Versions0.1, 0.1, 0.2, 0.3
Change logNone available
Dependenciesarray (>=0.4), attoparsec (>=0.10), base (>=4.6 && <5), bytestring (>=0.10), containers (>=0.5), gtk (>=0.12), hflags (>=0.4), lens (>=3.10), pipes (>=4.0), stm (>=2.4), unix (>=2.6) [details]
LicenseApache-2.0
AuthorMihaly Barasz, Gergely Risko
MaintainerMihaly Barasz <klao@nilcons.com>, Gergely Risko <errge@nilcons.com>
CategorySystem
Home pagehttps://github.com/nilcons/nc-indicators/issues
Bug trackerhttps://github.com/nilcons/nc-indicators/issues
Source repositoryhead: git clone https://github.com/nilcons/nc-indicators.git
Executablesnc-indicators
UploadedMon Feb 17 14:42:14 UTC 2014 by MihalyBarasz

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CPU load and memory usage indicators

nc-indicators displays a CPU load and memory usage mini-graphs in your i3bar, much like Gnome's indicator-multiload applet.

To use nc-indicators simply exec it on startup:

exec --no-startup-id nc-indicators

You can turn off either indicator and change the update interval, eg.:

exec --no-startup-id nc-indicators --show_mem=0 --update_interval=300

nc-indicators uses the standard system tray icon protocol, so it can be used with any system tray-like application, not just i3bar. But it was originally created to be used with i3bar.