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GNOME CPUFreq Applet 0.3.1 by Carlos Garcia Campos
GNOME CPUFreq Applet is a CPU Frequency Scaling Monitor for GNOME Panel.
Here are some key features of "GNOME CPUFreq Applet":
Support for proc or sys filesystems
Support for multiprocessor systems
GNOME 2 libraries
GNOME Panel libraries
cpufreq daemon 2.2.1 by Mattia Dongili
cpufreqd is meant to be a replacement of the speedstep applet you can find in Windows.
cpufreq daemon monitors battery level, CPU usage, AC state, and running programs and adjusts the frequency governor according to a set of rules specified in the config file.…
EmiFreq applet 0.18 by St?phane D?murget
EmiFreq applet is an daemon that shows/control the CPU frequency and temperature thanks to the cpufreq sysfs kernel interface.
The emifreqd daemon enables the applet to change the cpu speed. The GUI is very clean, intuitive fast access to frequency change (with HIG help). Modelled over the Wirel…
cpufrequtils 002 by Dominik Broodwski
cpufrequtils project consists of a library which offers an unified access method for userspace tools and programs to the CPU frequency and voltage scaling (cpufreq) subsystem in the Linux kernel, the "cpufreq-info" and "cpufreq-set" tools to determine and set cpufreq settings, and debug tools helpfu…
kcpufreq 0.3 by Sebastian Schaffert
kcpufreq is a KDE 3.x panel applet that displays the current CPU frequency. It is very similar to the GNOME cpufreq applet and in fact copies its icons.
The applet not particularly sophisticated, but I consider it useful nonetheless. It works with all cpufreq implementations supported by libcpufr…
cpudyn 1.0.1 by Ricardo Galli
This program control the speed in Intel SpeedStep, Pentium 4 Mobile, PowerPC, AMD and Transmeta LongRun and any processor supported by the cpufreq Linux driver (check if /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_governor or /proc/cpufreq exist).
Tested with 2.4, Pentium 3 Speedstep Laptop (Del…
Quick Lounge Applet 2.12.1 by Paolo Bacchilega
The Quick Lounge applet is an applet for the GNOME Panel. Applets are little applications embedded in the Panel.
With this applet you can organize your preferred applications in a single place.
You can add spaces between applications, they can be used to group together applications with similar ta…
gospy-applet 0.7.1 by Emmanuel Saracco
gospy-applet is a GNOME 2 applet to monitor changes on remote servers. You can add a illimited number of sources to monitor.
gospy-applet is possible to detect changes in HTTP header fields, IP associated with domain name, page content, page status, page load time and so on.
Link Monitor Applet 2.1 by Jean-Yves Lefort
Link Monitor Applet is a GNOME Panel Applet displaying the round-trip time to one or more hosts in a bar graph.
Here are some key features of "Link Monitor Applet":
full ICMP and ICMPv6 support
configurable scale and delays
HIG 2.0 compliance
Timer Applet 1.3.1 by Jimmy Do
Timer Applet is a countdown timer applet for the GNOME panel.
Here are some key features of "Timer Applet":
Quickly set a timer and the applet will notify you when time is up
Add multiple Timer Applets to the panel to have different timers running simultaneously
Create presets for quick acc…
Original Disk Mount Applet 2.10.0 by John Ellis
Original Disk Mount Applet is the original disk mount panel applet.
This is the same as the disk mounter included through GNOME 2.8. For GNOME 2.10 the official applet was rewritten, the new version adds the ability to autodetect mountable devices, but drops a significant (all) configurability.
wireless-applet 0.0.2 by J?rg Billeter
wireless-applet is an GNOME Panel applet displaying available wireless networks with the ability to add a listed network to the system configuration easily.
Brings the comfort of NetworkManager to wpa_supplicant users. Supports WEP, WPA-PSK, and open wireless networks.
Workspace Name Applet 0.0.2 by Alexandre Muniz
Workspace Name Applet is a Gnome panel applet to display and edit the name of the current workspace.
GTK+ version 2.2.x
Bloglines applet 1.0.0 by Brett Hall
Bloglines Notifier is a Gnome panel applet that monitors a Bloglines account and displays an alert when there new items.
When there are new items the applet displays a tooltip with the count of unread items. Also one can double click on the applet in order to launch a web browser and point it at…
IBM ACPI applet 0.0.3 by Michael Ott
IBM ACPI applet show infos about the fan and the thermal of a ThinkPad Laptop.
You need to packages for this applet:
The debugging package is for debu…
Music Applet 0.9.2 by Paul Kuliniewicz
Music Applet is a small, simple GNOME panel applet that lets you control Rhythmbox's playback from a panel.
Advantages that this applet has over using the icon Rhythmbox puts in the notification area include:
One-click access to the main operations needed during playback, without needing t…
Thin SFTP Applet 1.03 by Thin File
Thin SFTP Applet is a full featured Secure File Transfer Program. Thin SFTP Applet can be use for secure file transfer and management and can be easily integrated into your website or web application.
You can use our SFTP applet to carry out recursive folder uploads and downloads, with entire dire…
XPenguins GNOME Applet 2.1.1 by Robin Hogan
The XPenguins GNOME Applet allows you to fill your screen with penguins at the click of a button, as well as being able to change their number and speed on the fly.
You must install the basic XPenguins package first.
xpenguins >= 1.9…
GAI Leds 0.3 by Jonas Aaberg
GAI Leds displays the keyboard status leds.
This is a simple applet that displays the status of the keyboard leds. Useful for us that have a wireless keyboard without the leds.
It requires the GAI library (General Applet Interfa…
PowerNowd 0.97 by John Clemens
PowerNowd is a simple client to the CPUFreq driver that uses Linux kernel v2.5/v2.6 sysfs interface. You need a supported CPU and a kernel that supports sysfs to run this daemon.
The name is somewhat misleading, as this will work with any CPUfreq capable processor, not just processors supporting…
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