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SMP and xosview?

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Hi,

how can I configure xosview to show info about more than one cpu?

Or is there another utility with equivalent features?

Thanx
Hartmut

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masterhkw,

as far as I know there are currently none available on local distribution sites. But but you can still browse ftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/linux  and try finding a patch for osview that will support two processors.


regards,

jetx
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That's not a good solution, because this I have took
it for a long time.
What I want is this patch and which OS-Version I need.
jetx says nothing about, if this patch already exists.
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masterhkw,

good luck in finding the patch
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note: the above answer should have been a comment. Please reject thanks
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