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------------ tmux-applets ------------ * tmux-cpu-freq - show cpu frequencies as coloured boxes * tmux-ping - show results of pinging a host as coloured boxes * tmux-mem - show memory usage as a coloured box Currently tmux-cpu-freq requires Linux 2.6+ and tmux-mem requires Linux 2.4+. If you are able to port them to other kernels please send me patches or a pull request :-) Installation ------------ Edit the Makefile to your needs. You may wish to change the INSTALL_DIR and CFLAGS if you wish... Then run: $ make $ make install Usage in tmux ------------- In ~/.tmux.conf, edit your status line: set status-right "#(/path/to/applet <arguments>) #(/path/to/applet2 <arguments>)" For example, in my configuration I have: set status-right "#(/home/lucas/bin/tmux-cpu-freq 6) " set status-interval 1 tmux-cpu-freq ------------- Usage: tmux-cpu-freq [<number-of-cpus>] Or, you can edit NUMBER_CPUS in tmux-cpu-freq.c before compiling it. You can also customise the colours by editing the level_colours array, and adjusting MAX_LEVEL_COLOURS if need be. The reason this configuration is static is since tmux must run the applet every frequency interval, thus speed is paramount. tmux-ping --------- Usage: tmux-ping <host> You can change the colours by editing COLOUR_OKAY and COLOUR_ERROR in tmux-ping.c tmux-mem -------- Usage: tmux-mem Colours can be customised by editing the level_colours array, and adjusting MAX_LEVEL_COLOURS if need be. Contact ------- Bug reports, etc can be sent to < email@example.com >, or you can use the github page at: < https://github.com/lmartinking/tmux-applets/issues >