A versatile WiFi/network/battery/CPU/video system monitor on Linux
xpymon - A versatile WiFi/network/battery/CPU/video system monitor on Linux
This manual page documents xpymon, a minimal but versatile system monitor on Linux. xpymon is designed to work with xpywm, a simple but extensible X11 window manager written in Python (https://pypi.org/project/xpywm/). However, xpymon can be used independently and be combined with other window managers.
xpymon consumes the minimum amount of the desktop; i.e., the height of the statsu monitor window is just eight pixels.
Run in test mode.
On startup, xpymon loads per-user RC script (
~/.xpymonrc) if it exists.
The RC script is any valid Python script. You can change the behavior of
xpymon using the RC file.
~/.xpymonrc file is as follows.
# blink status monitor when the remaining battery capacity is less than 10% global BATTERY_WARN_THRESH BATTERY_WARN_THRESH = .1
The implementation of xpymon heavily depends on the Linux kernel (/proc and /sys pseudo filesystems) and its standard utilities such as ip (iproute2), ifconfig (net-tools), and iwconfig (wireless-tools).
$ sudo apt install iproute2 net-tools wireless-tools $ pip3 install xpymon
The latest version of xpymon is available at PyPI (https://pypi.org/project/xpymon/) .
xpywm(1), ip(8), iwconfig(8), ifconfig(8), xrandr(1), zdump(8), proc(5)
Hiroyuki Ohsaki <ohsaki[atmark]lsnl.jp>
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