"I only recently came across KSysguard, a great application for
making productive use of the desktop real estate currently occupied
by less useful things like end-user emails and the GAIM window, as
a result of switching my desktop from Fedora to SUSE 9.1, but
KSysguard has apparently been around since the KDE2 days.
"This app has absolutely nothing to do with guarding anything.
KSysguard lets you manage processes and monitor resources on local
or remote systems. According to the documentation, it can be built
on Solaris, BSD, and Linux..."
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