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netmon_wce - network tray monitor
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01micko


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PostPosted: Sun 02 Oct 2016, 19:26    Post subject:  

Thank you William!

Apologies for the lateness of the reply but I had not been monitoring this thread.

I can see what I did is quite wrong, and potentially a severe bug, with assingning char * some_var; as opposed to char some_var[SOME_SIZE];. Of course in the first instance if memory is not allocated with malloc() then bad things can happen. Lesson noted. Smile

Yes the ipv6 support did need some work and my 'solution' was only ever meant to be a stop-gap to prevent the app from crashing if ipv6.ko is loaded. Thanks for making sense out of that, and thanks to Fred too.

I'll make new packages and update the first post.

Cheers!

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PostPosted: Sat 27 May 2017, 23:50    Post subject: Network monthly data read from ?
Subject description: For many Pups on one computer - track computer use
 

G'day 01micko et al,

I have a selection of Pups on one computer and just wondered if it is possible for the network tray monitor to read the progressive monthly ups and downs from a common location on the computer so, regardless of which Pup I start up, the tray monitor data will represent the computer's month's usage, not just each Pup's?

Screenshot shows different monthly data for a sequential booting of two Pups today. The monthly data are quite different as you'd expect for the present tray app.

I have in mind sym-linking the cumulative monthly values to+from a mounted-at-boot data partition as an option that could keep track of the computer's usage, regardless of the Pup.

Where are these monthly data stored in each Pup, by the way?

Thanks for any advice,

David S.
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