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Hey ... Great tool!! Is it possible to determine what instruction sets the PC supports?
Hey, Thank you!

Yes that is something that is possible and something I'd like to include, along with reporting on some software things and what currently going on on the system.

Update on the reporting memory speed and timings:
I've search for ways to do this but have had no luck, and since if I wanted it it would near turn into another programming project.

I'd like to get some work on this when I find a good block of time, but my 5 computer science courses tend to keep me pretty busy.

On next few releases you can look forward to:
-source packages along with .deb, .rpm, and slack-packages(.tgz)
-an installer
-software report (things like Xorg and Gcc versions, etc..)
-hard drive tab re-worked
-CPU instructions
-ability to adjust swappiness and restore a default
-an even more modular OO perl structure
-maybe a QT version of the app?
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Hey, Thank you!

Yes that is something that is possible and something I'd like to include, along with reporting on some software things and what currently going on on the system.

Update on the reporting memory speed and timings:
I've search for ways to do this but have had no luck, and since if I wanted it it would near turn into another programming project.

I'd like to get some work on this when I find a good block of time, but my 5 computer science courses tend to keep me pretty busy.

On next few releases you can look forward to:
-source packages along with .deb, .rpm, and slack-packages(.tgz)
-an installer
-software report (things like Xorg and Gcc versions, etc..)
-hard drive tab re-worked
-CPU instructions
-ability to adjust swappiness and restore a default
-an even more modular OO perl structure
-maybe a QT version of the app?
Sounds good, I am in too much of a rush to look through the latest posts but I really hope you can find a way to read memory speeds. Maybe there is no way to read direct memory speeds but you can use an equation to figure it out (ie. FSB speed / 2 or * 2 depending on memory type or something..)
    
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here is it on my ps3.. yes i'm running SDTV


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here is it on my ps3.. yes i'm running SDTV

That's the resolution? That's 100% zoom/scale?
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dangeroushobo - I have some discrepancys here I need to bring to your attention. See image below about the RAM and usage.

Which one is correct and why might they be different?

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dangeroushobo - I have some discrepancys here I need to bring to your attention. See image below about the RAM and usage.

Which one is correct and why might they be different?
For me (at least in my VMs), PerlMon always said like 80-90% used, but the KDE system monitor would say like 50% or less. BUT: I think the KDE monitor was only counting the memory used by USER processes, not system and root and other processes.

In my native systems, PerlMon still shows higher RAM usage than the KDE or GNOME monitors, though. But I have 2GB on that system, so it says like 50% or something like that.
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Perlmon seems to read the total amount of RAM as 3546mb were as the other program is reading the total as 3146mb it appears. I don't know where else the other program is getting its info, but PerlMon reads in from /proc (just like Conky).

Whats the name of that program though? I've interested in digging up were it gets its RAM info from. But IMO /proc is the best place to get current info about the system.

@Unknownm:
in the terminal can you type: cat /proc/cpuinfo
and send me the output of that then please. The problem is that currently PerlMon only handles x86/x86_64 architectures.
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SuperKaramba is the name of that program and I think it shows what memory I have left unused. I'm 99% sure of that. I can pull up a screenshot of kinfocenter if you want as well?
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Whats the name of that program though? I've interested in digging up were it gets its RAM info from. But IMO /proc is the best place to get current info about the system.
ksysmon, I think. It's in System>Monitor for every distro I've used that had KDE.
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