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KNETLoad - a network throughput meter for Kicker (TDE panel).
Knetload is a network throughput meter for Kicker for the TDE panel.
It will show the traffic on a network device with two diagrams, one for
outgoing and the other for incoming data. It can read almost any device
that is listed in the /proc/net/dev file which includes eth0, ppp0,
ippp0 and many others; even non predefined devices can be typed into the
program. The colors, the style and the speed the diagrams can be
To bring up the settings menu, simply right click on the diagram. Before
KNetLoad can work you have to define what device it should use and you
should also set the correct scaling value which depends on the speed of
your network device.
Left click on the diagram to bring up a small information box which will
show the exact input and output speeds in text form and the total amount
of outgoing and incoming data.
If you wish to contribute to Knetload (TDE), you might do so:
- TDE Gitea Workspace (TGW) collaboration tool.
- TDE Weblate Translation Workspace (TWTW) collaboration tool.