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SuperKaramba: Dynamic Wallpaper for Linux


This give me an idea -- unfortunately, I have too many ideas...
Desktop wallpaper is interesting enough, but dynamic applications can be put on the desktop as well. For instance, imagine a monitor for CPU usage, disk space and network activity floating transparently on your desktop, constantly being updated. If this sounds interesting, get your hands on Adam Geitgey's SuperKaramba. The Super in front of Karamba might lead you to believe there was a predecessor to this package, and you would be right. Hans Karlsson is the author of the original Karamba. To see a wonderfully busy SuperKaramba desktop, have a look at Figure 1.
 read more | mail this link | score:6519 | -Ray, May 4, 2004
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