Displays a burning fire to show the load on a machine
'wmfire' is a dockable application that displays a burning fire depending on the load of the CPU(s), network, or memory. It uses the GDK library to improve its speed - using less than half the cpu of the original program. It can monitor the average cpu load (or individual cpu load on SMP computers) as well as memory, network load, or just be set to show a pretty flame. On entering the dock a burning spot replaces the cursor; after two seconds symbols to represent the current monitor are "burnt" onscreen. The flame colour can also be changed.
released on 18 February 2012
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