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Install System Monitor Applet for Gnome Shell in Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot/Ubuntu 12.04/Fedora

Gnome Extensions

System Monitor is very useful Gnome Shell extension for displaying system information on top-panel, such as memory usage, cpu usage, network rates.

To Install System Monitor Applet in Gnome Shell (Ubuntu/Fedora) just enter the following commands in the Terminal:
Install the dependencies with the following command:




1. Now, install git to get the source.




Create a folder for git projects and git clone the source:





2. Create directory of gnome shell extensions and make a link.









3. Install the schema:








4. Install the configurator:








5. Now, restart gnome-shell by Alt+F2 and type 'r' and Press Enter (or log-out and log-in back). Go to Advance Settings to enable this extension. If you don't have Gnome Tweak Tool, Install it from here.

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Here is the System Monitor Applet Page on GitHub

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