ANNOUNCE: xfce4-systemload-plugin 1.1.0 released

Landry Breuil landry.breuil at
Wed Apr 18 18:36:28 CEST 2012

xfce4-systemload-plugin 1.1.0 is now available for download from

  SHA1 checksum: 78eef9f2abc9e425c102f1f71324fe5a507daebf
   MD5 checksum: 130ad7befddd8705ca09a98e9cee5c3e

What is xfce4-systemload-plugin?

A system load plugin for the Xfce4 desktop environment. It displays the
current CPU load, the memory in use, the swap space and the system
uptime in the Xfce4 panel.


Release notes for 1.1.0
This new release brings lots of improvements and patches merged from
bugzilla, most work done by David Schneider and a bit by myself :

- Fix progressbar width in vertical mode
- Added about dialog
- Use a single label to show uptime, either 'X days' (if > 0) or 'hh:mm'
(bug #8348)
- Add support for Solaris (bug #5743)
- Fix memory size overflow with > 3.5GB on FreeBSD
- Build the plugin as a module
- Added a power-saving interval option using upower (if present at build
- Added an update interval option (bug #7507)
- Rewritten configuration dialog
- Conditional retrieval of system stats (should use less resources!)
- Port to libxfce4ui (bug #7077)
- Fix transparency issues (bug #7345)

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