wmdonkeymon shows the status of edonkey's donloads in progress based on '*.part.met' temporary files. Click on a file name to show details. Click again to return to list. Plz, don't hack uploads ...
wmget is a dock app for the Window Maker window manager which makes it more convenient to perform long downloads in the background. It uses the excellent libcurl library, part of the cURL automated-download program, to perform file retrieval.
WMiFS is a dockable applet for monitoring all your network interfaces, it's designed for Window Maker's dock, but of course, it works with other windowmanagers too :) Oh BTW, WMiFS means 'Window Maker InterFace Statistics';-)
wmldonkey is a Window Maker dockapp that gives various information about the downloading files in [MLdonkey](
WMnet is a little X network monitor I wrote for Linux. It was originally inspired by that funky program 'tleds' that blinks your keyboard LED's in response to net traffic, but its a lot more entertaining than that nowadays. I wrote this thing with low cpusage, low memory, and efficient use of screen real-estate in mind.
PPP dial control and network load monitor with NeXTStep look provides a PPP activator and network load monitor on a 64x64 mini window. With wmppp you can monitor the total traffic as well as the outbound and inbound traffic. It is designed to work with the WindowMaker dock, but will work great with other window managers as well.
wmwifi is a wireless network interface monitor dockapp for the Window Maker desktop. It is designed to fit well with dockapps like wmcpuload and wmnetload. wmwifi relys on the Wireless Exntension being enabled in the kernel.
wmwlmon is a wmdockapp which shows the state of a wireless network interface. In the title you see the network interface name and a led showing if the interface link is active. As next you see the signal strength from the conntected access point in dB (decibel). The bar shows the signal strength in percents. If the bar is full, it means that you have the full throughput of the bandwidth displayed in Mbps. As next you see the channel number. A red lock shines if WEP is enabled. The last line shows the network id.