Not overally concerned about resources though, really nice tool to have regardless.
Dell XPS 8930 Bodhi Linux 5.1.0-64-hwe (desktop) 9th Gen Intel Core i9 9900 up to 5GHz 64GB DDR4 2666MHz Ram 500GB SSD for OS and 1TB HDD for storage nVidia GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER 8GB GDDR6 Qualcomm Atheros Killer Gigabit Ethernet 27 inch display at 1920x1080 resolution
Evisum has another update due to a bug found in battery information. From the developer:
I forgot to test on Linux with a laptop. Fixed a singular bug which would mean displaying bad battery usage. Sorry about that. It's a bit of a mission to have enough "real" hardware and support everything without something falling through the cracks.
Let me know if you find anything else (after today)
Thanks and sorry for the delay in getting this update out. It was from 3 days ago.
Evisum has a lot of development these days. So there was a release today and then shortly afterward another release to silence a terminal error message. Anyway, there is now a new version of evisum in the repos Evisum 0.5.6.
The changes are in the changelog for version 0.5.5 (the version fixed a few hrs later) but regardless you can read about it here as well as see some screenshots
Use a cache of objects for storage. Add kernel threads to the options. Add config for backgrounds only as well as effects. Remove network from the GUI (for now), needs to be more detailed to have any value. Move “misc” to “sensors”. Improve the “burger” menu icon. Add CPU thermal zone support to the UI. CPU thermal support Linux (hwmon) and FreeBSD. Where possible display CPU core topology correctly. Add “helper” overlay to the CPU view. Move Linux thermal zone to the sysfs hwmon interface. Undocumented fixes.
Yet another Evisum update. This adds 2 more desktop files to the menu.
Make evisum client/server based. Internal changes. Process tree tab (process view). Add CPU and Memory desktop launcher files. Introduce icons for process view and process list. Use progress bars for CPU/process/thread usage. Improve storage UI to prepare for stats. Fix some ASAN detected issues. Icons from the rasterman and myself. Show system battery total in summary panel (process list). CPU frequency logic improvement. Display video memory usage per device in memory usage (Linux only). Remember window sizing.