June 20, 2011 · General · Email This Post

SysPeek is a system monitor indicator that displays CPU usage, memory usage, swap usage, disk usage and network traffic.

Install SysPeek on ubuntu 11.04(Natty)

Open the terminal and run the following commands

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:vicox/syspeek

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install syspeek

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4 Comments to “SysPeek System Monitor Indicator”

  1. cmcanulty says:

    After doing above I get unable to locate package syspeek

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  2. Dàrent says:

    Really nice, thanks. I like the fact than is an indicator, not a gnome-panel applet. It fits better than the memory, cpu, network applets and all in one indicator. :)

    The only thing i miss is an option to set which is the default resource to show in the icon (cpu, mem, disc space or network). Can that be changed by editing some config file?

    Salut

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  3. cookiemonster says:

    Forced install in Lucid. It installs properly, except you can’t see any information. There’s only System Monitor, About, and Quit.

    Oh, well.

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  4. Greg Ramey says:

    I have made an unofficial PPA that has syspeek re-packaged for 12.04 and 12.10. https://launchpad.net/~emptythevoid/+archive/syspeeknew/+packages

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